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How Atiku Abubakar will lose February 16 election

Get this straight: Atiku Abubakar will lose the presidential election on February 16. I’m not Rev. Father Ejike Mbaka or one of the tongue-in-cheek seers whose predictions you’ll be struggling to figure out after dropping your offering in the bag at midnight of December 31.

2019: We will vote for individuals not political parties – Enugu West

Indigenes of Enugu West Senatorial District resident in Lagos State have resolved to vote for individuals and not political parties during the 2019 general elections.

LAUTECH reduces hiked tuition fees

The management of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) has reviewed downward the increment in students fees it announced in July.

Group: Insecurity eroding Governor Al-Makura, President Buhari’s legacies

A coalition of ethnic youth nationalities in Nasarawa State has warned the state government-led by Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura and President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government of the extensive damage to their credibility and expected political legacy which the expanding indiscriminate killings of innocent citizens had done to them.

Governor Aregbesola: Our achievements justify loans we obtained

Osun State Governor, Rauf Aregbesola, has said the achievements recorded by his administration, so far, has justified the loans it obtained.

Illegal oil bunkering: AITEO denies sponsoring protest against JTF commander

Nigerian oil firm, AITEO, has denied being behind the June 1 protest by hundreds of Niger Delta youth who accused the Commander of Operation Delta Safe, Rear Admiral Apochi Suleiman, and his troops of engaging in illegal oil bunkering.

Yobe govt reunites 29 Libya returnees with families

The Yobe government on Saturday reunited 29 indigenes of the state repatriated from Libya to Nigeria with their families.

Indigenes move to settle Ibadan chieftaincy crisis out of court

The Central Council of Ibadan Indigenes on Friday said the crisis that erupted after the Oyo State Governor, Abiola Ajimobi, installed new 21 kings in Ibadan would soon be settled out of court.

Armed soldiers invade, shut Agip Oil wells in Bayelsa

Armed Soldiers on Saturday invaded the site of three Agip Oil wells shut down by angry Indigenes of Ikebiri community of Southern Ijaw Local Government Area council of Bayelsa State.

We’ve no other country than Nigeria – Governor Wike

Rivers State governor, Mr. Nyesom Wike, has said that Rivers State people have no other country aside Nigeria.

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Leeds United complete signing of Kiko Casilla from Real Madrid

Leeds United have completed the signing of Kiko Casilla from Real Madrid, with the goalkeeper penning a four-and-a-half-year deal with the Whites.

Enugu residents tasked to embrace fish farming

Mr Stephen Onoja, Director of Fishery, Enugu State Ministry of Agriculture, has urged residents in Enugu State to embrace fish farming as a business.
Mousa Dembele

Mousa Dembele leaves Tottenham to join China’s Guangzhou R&F

Mousa Dembele became the latest high-profile name to swap Europe for China when he left English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur and joined Guangzhou R&F on Thursday.
Mesut Ozil watches from the bench at the Vitality Stadium. Simon West-Action Plus via Getty Images

Emmanuel Petit: Mesut Ozil is just waiting for retirement

Mesut Ozil has “lost his motivation and desire”, according to Emmanuel Petit, with a man seeing his Arsenal future called into question on a regular basis now “waiting for his retirement”.

AFCON: Alex Iwobi remains Super Eagles playmaker – Gernot Rohr

Super Eagles’ technical adviser Gernot Rohr has insisted on making Arsenal star Alex Iwobi his first choice playmaker for the Eagles for the forthcoming Africa Cup of Nations.