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Six authors win $200,000 NLNG prize for science, literature

The Nigeria Liquified Natural Gas (NLNG) on Wednesday presented $200, 000 prize to six winners of its “Nigeria Prize for Science and Literature’’.

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Convicted ex-Zambian VP escapes jail because he is a pastor

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Match-fixing: Bimo FC boycotts NNL matches

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Indian women hold placards and chant slogans during protest march to demand the immediate arrest of Roman Catholic church Bishop Franco Mullackal, who is accused of raping a nun, in Jalandhar on September 12, 2018. Indian police on September 12 summoned for questioning a bishop accused by a nun of raping her multiple times, following days of protests by other nuns and supporters. Bishop Franco Mullackal, who has rejected the accusations, has been called for questioning in the southern state of Kerala on September 19, the Press Trust of India reported. / AFP PHOTO / SHAMMI MEHRA

Indian bishop to be questioned for alleged rape of nun

Indian police on Wednesday summoned for questioning a bishop accused by a nun of raping her multiple times, following days of protests by other nuns and supporters.
Senate President and PDP presidential aspirant Bukola Saraki says Nigeria needs a president that is “mobile, digital and has the capacity to plan for its people”.

Senator Saraki: Nigeria needs “digital” president in 2019

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