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A middle-aged man, Olawuyi Williams, on Wednesday, asked a court in Ilorin to dissolve his marriage to his wife, Janet Olawuyi, “because of her lying habit.”
Former Congolese vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba is to be sentenced Monday by international judges for bribing witnesses during an earlier war crimes trial, which led to him being excluded from running for DR Congo president.
Chris Smalling believes Manchester United’s consecutive, morale-boosting away wins have set a solid platform at the start of a key period of games.
The National Assembly has begun work on the Electoral Act 2010 Amendment Bill which President Muhammadu Buhari rejected and sent back to the legislature over drafting issues.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has extended collection of Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) to 5.00p.m, on Wednesday.
The All Progressives Congress in Benue State has dismissed allegations of involvement in the purchase of Permanent Voters’ Cards ahead of the 2019 general elections.
The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) said its Air Task Forces on counter-insurgency operations in the North East have averted a major attack on locations of soldiers of the Nigerian Army by terrorists at Gudumbali and Damasak in Borno State.
The Federal Government says President Muhammadu Buhari is not lopsided in the totality of appointments made into public offices and cannot be judged only on the isolated case of the security sector.
Asian markets sank on Monday following reports that Donald Trump is planning to hit China with another round of tariffs, dealing a blow to hopes for talks between the two economic giants.
Leading Brexit supporters on Wednesday denied reports they were manoeuvering to remove Prime Minister Theresa May — while stepping up opposition to her plan to withdraw Britain from the EU.
Miffed by the alleged illegal occupation of their land by the Nigerian Army, the people of Uvwie kingdom, Uvwie Local Government Area, Delta State, yesterday vowed to embark on a showdown with the soldiers, saying they are prepared to die than to allow the continued plundering of their land.