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The Coalition for Press Freedom and Whistleblower Protection (CPFWP), a coalition of media and civil society organisations, has condemned the use of violence with impunity against the online media organisation, Sahara Reporters, “at the apparent behest of Senate President Bukola Saraki”.
Gov. Godwin Obaseki of Edo has released the sum of N1.5billion for payment of arrears of local government pensioners in the state.
Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane says his team do not feel like favourites going into Saturday's Champions League decider against Liverpool, as all finals start as "50/50" games.
Chisom Chikatara has cried out to the NFF president Amaju Pinnick to rescue him after he said he has been badly treated by his Moroccan club Wydad Casablanca over unpaid salaries.
Gov. Mohammed Abubakar of Bauchi State has described as `false and untrue’ allegation that he frustrated his deputy, Alhaji Nuhu Gidado, out of office.
The Nigeria Union of Pensioners (NUP), South East zone, on Friday, lashed out at the governors of Imo, Abia, Enugu and Ebonyi states over the non-payment of their pension arrears and gratuities.
Apparently miffed by the threat by the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, to disrupt a summit by the Ohanaeze Ndigbo on restructuring yesterday in Awka, Anambra State, the Nigeria Army yesterday conducted operation show of force in Enugu, Enugu State and Owerri, Imo State.
The Nigerian Army says it killed two female suicide bombers, who attempted to infiltrate troops in Kawuri, in Konduga Local Government Area in Borno on Friday.
Juventus expect to announce the signing of Emre Can on a free transfer after Liverpool's Champions League final against Real Madrid.
Ohanaeze Ndigbo, a socio-cultural umbrella of Ndigbo, has called for the adoption of a six-year rotational single tenure for the president and governors of 36 states in the country.
A presidential aspirant for the 2019 General Elections, Prof. Kingsley Moghalu, has blamed the nation’s poor leadership over the years on a pattern of rotational presidencies between Northern and Southern Nigeria.