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Federal government calls for synergy with Africans in diaspora to grow investment at home

The Federal Government on Sunday says Africa needs to work with Africans in the diaspora to bring more investment opportunities to the Africa continent.

Rene Meulensteen: Ryan Giggs should have replaced Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United

Rene Meulensteen believes Manchester United would be in a much brigher situation today had they appointed Ryan Giggs as Sir Alex Ferguson's successor in 2013.
US President Donald Trump smiles during a phone conversation with Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto on trade in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC on August 27, 2018. President Donald Trump said Monday the US had reached a "really good deal" with Mexico and talks with Canada would begin shortly on a new regional free trade pact."It's a big day for trade. It's a really good deal for both countries," Trump said."Canada, we will start negotiations shortly. I'll be calling their prime minister very soon," Trump said.US and Mexican negotiators have been working for weeks to iron out differences in order to revise the nearly 25-year old North American Free Trade Agreement, while Canada was waiting to rejoin the negotiations./ AFP PHOTO / MANDEL NGAN

Donald Trump on defensive over damning publications

On the defensive over damning accounts of the inner workings of his administration, Donald Trump, set out Friday to discredit the testimony that cast doubt on his ability to lead the United States.

NOA: National identity number is replacement for tribal marks

The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has commenced the training of National Orientation Agency (NOA) officers in the 23 local government areas of Kaduna State on the importance of obtaining National Identity Numbers.

Boko Haram: Senate probes Amnesty report accusing soldiers of raping, starving IDPs

The Nigerian Senate on Wednesday resolved to look into a report by the international human rights organisation, Amnesty International, accusing Nigerian security forces of rape and domestic violence against women in the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camps in Borno.

Senator Ekweremadu: Blame our past leaders for Nigeria’s problems

Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, said, Friday, that Nigeria’s leaders over the years should be blamed and held responsible for the nation’s many problems associated with the nation’s diversity.

The dangerous delusions of Umar Ladbo

“You say Benue belongs to Fulani by right of conquest. Is such a right greater than that of the original owners or people who the Fulani met there?”.

Donald Trump’s challenge to the rest of us

Africa is an enchanting continent in terms of vegetation and topography. It is an intriguing one in terms of diversity. It is a warm one in terms of people and weather. It is a rich one in terms of nature’s endowments. It is a blessed one in terms of the absence of natural disasters.

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Boko Haram: Two soldiers allegedly killed in mine blast in Borno

Two Nigerian soldiers were killed on Saturday in a roadside mine explosion in the restive northeast near the border with Cameroon as troops repelled a jihadist attack on a base in the region, military sources said.

Edo government warns against indecent dressing, merchandising in offices

Head of Service in Edo State, Mr. Isaac Ehiozuwa, has warned against indecent dressing and merchandising among civil servants.
From left- Hayatu Muhammed, CEO of Trovec Int'l Ltd; Argentine Ambassador to Nigeria, Mrs Maria Del Carmen Squeff and Mr Pablo Cesar, a film producer and professor of cinema after the signing of the agreement in Abuja.

Nigerian, Argentine firms sign pact on film production

Nigerian and Argentine firms have signed an agreement to invest in co-production of a film that will be based on the life of a Nigerian-Argentine woman, María Remedios del Valle.
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Ukrainian fighter pilot dies in crash

A Ukrainian fighter pilot died when his plane crashed during a training flight, the army said on Saturday in what was the second such death in two months.

Kidnappers of four Muslim leaders in Rivers demand N4 million ransom

The kidnappers of four Muslim leaders in Rivers State are demanding N4 million ransom, just as it is feared that the fourth victim who collapsed in the bush as the kidnappers were dragging him away may be in serious condition.