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Libya returnee: I intend going to France for prostitution

A 22-year-old Libya returnee (nameswitheld), on Wednesday told newsmen in Lagos that she made the perilous journey to the North African country en route France to join a prostitution ring.

Many Nigerians still being imprisoned in Libya – returnee

Paul Eke, a Libya returnee, says many Nigerians “are still being imprisoned” in parts of the North African country.

I paid N.5m as ransom to Libyan kidnappers – returnee

The arrival of the latest batch of illegal immigrants deported from Libya has again revealed the anguish and woes the Nigerian Returnees were subjected to in the north African country.

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INEC removes names of 1,931 dead persons from Kaduna voters’ register

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Shehu Sani: I represented Kaduna Central to the best of my ability

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Southampton striker Michael Obafemi has made his international debut for Ireland, snubbing both Nigeria and England.

Micheal Obafemi snubs Super Eagles, debut for Ireland

Southampton striker Michael Obafemi has made his international debut for Ireland, snubbing both Nigeria and England.
Footage showing a recent Boko Haram attack in north-east Nigeria. | AFP | Getty Images

Boko Haram kills 53 in fresh attacks

Boko Haram jihadists have killed 53 soldiers and farmers in three days of attacks in northeastern Nigeria, security sources said Tuesday, in a new show of force ahead of February elections in the West African country.