Court Orders Arrest of Gay Bar Operator

[Daily Trust] Lagos -A Lagos High Court sitting in Badagry has ordered for the immediate arrest of a 47-year-old man, Schedrak Azuu, for operating a gay bar in the state.

[Daily Trust] Lagos -A Lagos High Court sitting in Badagry has ordered for the immediate arrest of a 47-year-old man, Schedrak Azuu, for operating a gay bar in the state.

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Minister Relocates to Kaduna Over Abuja Airport Closure

[Daily Trust] Lagos -The Minister of State for Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika, has said he would remain in Kaduna throughout out the six weeks the Abuja airport will undergo repairs. He said he had relocated his office to Kaduna to ensure smooth flight …

[Daily Trust] Lagos -The Minister of State for Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika, has said he would remain in Kaduna throughout out the six weeks the Abuja airport will undergo repairs. He said he had relocated his office to Kaduna to ensure smooth flight operations in and out of the town, saying the federal government had put in place all necessary arrangements to ease the inconvenience caused by the flight diversion.

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Daily Trust’s Jos Bureau Chief, Hir Joseph Passes On At 43

[Daily Trust] Jos -The Jos Bureau Chief of Daily Trust newspaper, Hir Joseph died yesterday afternoon after a protracted illness. The late Joseph had been undergoing medical treatment at the Federal Medical Centre, Makurdi, in Benue State and was yeste…

[Daily Trust] Jos -The Jos Bureau Chief of Daily Trust newspaper, Hir Joseph died yesterday afternoon after a protracted illness. The late Joseph had been undergoing medical treatment at the Federal Medical Centre, Makurdi, in Benue State and was yesterday referred to the National Hospital Abuja but died on his way.

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Govt Launches Mobile Nutrition Programme

[Daily Trust] The federal government in collaboration with the Groupe Speciale Mobile Association, (GSMA), has launched a programme which will utilise mobile phones in tackling malnutrition in the country.

[Daily Trust] The federal government in collaboration with the Groupe Speciale Mobile Association, (GSMA), has launched a programme which will utilise mobile phones in tackling malnutrition in the country.

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Apo Six Victims’ Families Take Protest to AGF

[Daily Trust] Family members of six traders who were killed in Abuja in June 2005 yesterday took their protest to the office of the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN), to register their displeasure over th…

[Daily Trust] Family members of six traders who were killed in Abuja in June 2005 yesterday took their protest to the office of the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN), to register their displeasure over the judgment of an Abuja High Court which sentenced to death two out of the six police officers who were charged for complicity in the killings.

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Pastor Gbenga Oso – How I’ve Been Helping Hundreds of Women to Be Mothers

[This Day] The excited woman lined up on the rostrum, rocking gently babies craddled in their warm arms as they dance slowly to the church’s songs of praise. Amidst them is a man. Is he he responsible for all the babies? Pastor Gbenga Oso, the General …

[This Day] The excited woman lined up on the rostrum, rocking gently babies craddled in their warm arms as they dance slowly to the church's songs of praise. Amidst them is a man. Is he he responsible for all the babies? Pastor Gbenga Oso, the General Overseer of Laughter Foundation International Ministry a.k.a. God's Baby Factory, has become an enigma among ministers of God in Nigeria. His ministry is rare and likewise the man who has braved all odds to put smiles on the faces of childless couples in Nigeria through

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It’s a Colossal Loss – Saraki

[Guardian] Abuja -Senate President Bukola Saraki has described the death of the former military governor of the defunct Midwestern State, Brig-Gen Samuel Ogbemudia as a colossal loss to the country, especially coming at a time Nigerians are still mourn…

[Guardian] Abuja -Senate President Bukola Saraki has described the death of the former military governor of the defunct Midwestern State, Brig-Gen Samuel Ogbemudia as a colossal loss to the country, especially coming at a time Nigerians are still mourning the demise of another elder statesman and former governor of the defunct Western Region, General Robert Adeyinka Adebayo.

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Adebayo Was a Cosmopolitan Leader – Babangida

[Daily Trust] Minna -Former military president, General Ibrahim Babangida, yesterday described the late former governor of the defunct Western State, General Adeyinka Adebayo, as a cosmopolitan leader. In a message he personally signed, Babangida said …

[Daily Trust] Minna -Former military president, General Ibrahim Babangida, yesterday described the late former governor of the defunct Western State, General Adeyinka Adebayo, as a cosmopolitan leader. In a message he personally signed, Babangida said "at 89, one would think age was well-spent and it was time for him to go and have a deserved rest, but losing a dear one no matter the age, comes with grief, pains, sorrow and nostalgia."

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Frowns, Smiles Follow Kaduna Airport’s Boom Time

[Daily Trust] Kaduna -The boom time the Kaduna International Airport has been expecting since January, when the federal government announced its decision to close down the Abuja International Airport for six weeks finally came on Wednesday. As the gove…

[Daily Trust] Kaduna -The boom time the Kaduna International Airport has been expecting since January, when the federal government announced its decision to close down the Abuja International Airport for six weeks finally came on Wednesday. As the government announced the closure of the Abuja Airport by midnight of Tuesday in line with the plan, Kaduna Airport responded almost immediately with a flurry of activities.

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