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Surgeon fined for writing initials on patients’ livers

A surgeon who admitted branding his initials on the livers of two patients undergoing transplants at a British hospital was fined Friday and sentenced to carry out unpaid community work.

Ndoma-Egba family matriarch dies at 91

The matriarch of what might be one of the most prominent families in Cross River State, Elder (Mrs.) Adeline Ndoma-Egba, has died leaving what some say is a void in the community’s charitable activities.

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Businessman in court over alleged attempt to defile minor

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Niger government approves N145 million to determine quantity of crude oil deposit

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Femi Adesina: Presidency didn’t tamper with APC convention committees

The Presidency on Thursday said there was no truth in the allegations that it substituted some members of the ruling All Progressives Congress’ sub-committees for the national convention.