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Zimbabwe freed on Thursday a 25-year-old American journalist charged with subverting President Robert Mugabe on account of an alleged tweet that described the ageing leader as “selfish and sick”.
Tragedy struck at Ogida quarters in the Ovia South-West Local Government Area of Edo State, when a 19-year-old man, identified as one Junior Baba, allegedly hacked his girlfriend to death.
In a bid to protect the environment and preserve natural resources in Yobe state , the state government has set up a Task Force to check illegal tree felling as well as production and transportation of fresh wood and charcoal.
Four armed robbers, who had been terrorising Ebube, a community in the Eleme Local Government Area of Rivers State, were on Friday killed by operatives of the Nigerian Army.
The Feedmill Manager of Kingfarms Ltd., Oluwaseun Olorunfunmi (28) and two others have been sentenced to three years imprisonment over N1.8million fraud by a Chief Magistrates’ Court, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State.
A 41-year-old man identified as Matthew Atewe has been arraigned before an Evboriaria Magistrate Court in Edo State for defrauding his fiancée, Gladys Imagbenikaro, of N4,285,000.
The Social Democratic Party (SDP) Osun state chapter, on Wednesday, July 18, 2018 held a successful Congress where an indigene of Iwo in Osun West senatorial zone, Mr. Munirudeen Kehinde Atanda, emerged the candidate of the party.
Olivier Giroud has not scored a single goal for France at the World Cup but his mere physical presence will guarantee the Chelsea forward a place in Sunday's final against Croatia.
The Commonwealth has appointed Nigeria’s former Head of State, Gen. Abdulsalami Abubakar (rtd), as the head of the Commonwealth mission to observe elections in Pakistan.
The minister of power, works and housing, Mr Babatunde Fashola, has revealed that one of the things President Muhammadu Buhari sought to change by approving the Executive Order 5 was the inclusion of Nigerians in the productivity cycle and to enable them get preferential opportunities for jobs that would be created in the country.
The Ugandan government on Tuesday said it will not scrap the recently introduced taxes on social media use and mobile money transfers in spite of public protest.