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Professor Osuntokun: No one knows Nigeria’s real population

An Emeritus Professor of History and International Relations, Akinjide Osuntokun, has said it is perplexing that Nigeria has no accurate population figure.

Police parades cultists, armed robbers in Abia

Abia State Police Command on Monday in Umuahia, Abia State capital paraded suspected cultists, armed robbers and others accused to be involved in snatching cars of their victims at gun points.

Demand candidates’ competency before electing them – VP Yemi Osinbajo tells Nigerians

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has said that Nigerians must demand and test the competency and leadership abilities of political aspirants before voting them into public office.

Sex scandal: Lecturer sacked, another suspended at Ebonyi varsity

Students of Ebonyi state University (EBSU), Abakaliki, yesterday lamented sexual harassment and extortion by their lecturers.

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2019: PDP denies demanding N12 million from presidential Aspirants

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) says its guidelines for 2019 presidential primary election is not yet ready and it did not demand N12million for presidential aspirants to pick up forms.

Malawi’s Joyce Banda to seek election amid corruption allegation

Malawi’s ex-president Joyce Banda, who recently returned home after four years of self-imposed exile, on Monday said she was ready to run in next year’s presidential elections if nominated by her party.

Bayelsa community laments pollution by oil spill from Shell’s oilfield

Residents of Agoro Community in Ekeremor Local Government Area of Bayelsa on Monday berated the poor and slow response to an oil spill from shell’s oilfield in the area.

Cristiano Ronaldo bust at Madeira Airport replaced by new version

The bronze bust of Cristiano Ronaldo at Madeira Airport has been replaced with another one that presents a greater likeness to the Portugal captain.

Britain condemns Israel bias at UN rights’ council

Britain on Monday urged the UN Human Rights Council to reform its treatment of Israel, joining the United States in demanding an end to the body’s alleged bias against the Jewish State.