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Police kills five suspected armed robbers in Calabar

The bandits, who are said to belong to a gang that has been terrorising residents of Calabar metropolis, were killed in a gun duel shortly after robbing petrol stations at Atu and Target Street on Sunday.

Amazon offers free shipping with no purchase minimum

Amazon.com Inc said on Monday it would offer free shipping with no purchase minimum for the first time this holiday season.

Amazon raises minimum wage to $15 for all 350,000 US workers following criticism

Starting November 1st, Amazon will pay all its US employees a minimum wage of $15 an hour in a move that e-commerce giant expects to impact more than 250,000 full- and part-time employees and 100,000 seasonal workers
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Victoria Beckham takes fashion label to London

A decade after she launched her fashion labe in New York, Victoria Beckham will exhibit at London Fashion Week for the first time on Sunday.
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National survey on flood

The Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency (NIHSA) says that nine states on the River Niger trough and three others on River Benue trough may experience flooding this year, following persistent rainfall.

Donald Trump taunts attorney general Jeff Sessions

U.S. President Donald Trump will not let any punch go unanswered as he called out attorney general Jeff Sessions in a series of tweets this morning, asking him to dig more from the Democratic side and his traducers, such as the former FBI chief James Comey.

2019: INEC launches youth participation initiative

Days after President Muhammadu Buhari assented to the “Not too Young To Run Bill,” the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has launched a youth strategy development initiative, to hold “collaborative consultations,” with sections of the youth from across the country.

Google partners with retail giants to monetize online product searches

Alphabet’s Google routinely fields product queries from millions of shoppers. Now it wants to take a cut of their purchases, too.

Traders to close shops over kidnapping in Calabar

This is one too many since the turn of the year in Calabar, Cross River State. The fear of kidnappings is so strong it is altering life in the serene and peace city of Calabar. And the target these days seem to be thriving businessmen.

15 die in 2 months in Cross River flooding

Fifteen people have lost their lives in severe flooding in 21 communities in Cross River in July and August this year.

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Ogun elections: Keshington Adebutu reconciles son Ladi, Dapo Abiodun

Like the proverbial elder in the market place, the Lotto magnate, Sir Kessington Adebutu, has reconciled the Ogun State Governor-elect, Prince Dapo Abiodun, and the governorship candidate recognised by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the recently conducted 2019 elections, Hon. Oladipupo Adebutu.

Lagos trade fair complex shut down

Traders at the Lagos International Trade Fair complex along Badagry Expressway were denied access to their business premises on Monday morning.

UNICEF: 6,000 children risk contracting HIV in Kaduna this year

The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) says that 6,000 newborns in Kaduna State are at risk of contracting HIV in 2019 if elimination of Mother-To-Child Transmission (eMTCT) of HIV interventions are not implemented.

Many trapped as another building collapses in Lagos

The building, which collapsed in the thick of work hours on Monday, is located at 57, Egerton Square, Oke Arin, Lagos Island.
Prof. Sulyman Abdukareem, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ilorin, has appealed to Nigerian lecturers to shun “academic dishonesty.’’

UNILORIN vice chancellor tasks lecturers to shun academic dishonesty

Prof. Sulyman Abdukareem, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ilorin, has appealed to Nigerian lecturers to shun “academic dishonesty.’’