Gunmen Attack On Kogi Community Spreads, Death Toll Now 16

[Vanguard] The violence unleashed on Kpanche community in Bassa Local Government of Kogi State in the early hours of Sunday has spread to two other communities with death toll jumping from10 to 16.

[Vanguard] The violence unleashed on Kpanche community in Bassa Local Government of Kogi State in the early hours of Sunday has spread to two other communities with death toll jumping from10 to 16.

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Herdsmen Mount Road Block, Kill Unsuspecting Traveller in Benue

[Vanguard] Suspected herdsmen, Saturday evening reportedly shot dead one Mr. Mtserikyaa Hiimo between Iorza and Jootar along Anyiin-Gbeji road in Logo local government of Benue State.

[Vanguard] Suspected herdsmen, Saturday evening reportedly shot dead one Mr. Mtserikyaa Hiimo between Iorza and Jootar along Anyiin-Gbeji road in Logo local government of Benue State.

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Sports Minister ‘Appalled’ By Moses Mabhida Stadium Chaos

[News24Wire] Minister of Sport and Recreation Tokozile Xasa has strongly condemned the violent scenes seen at Moses Mabhida Stadium on Saturday following a Nedbank Cup semi-final tie.

[News24Wire] Minister of Sport and Recreation Tokozile Xasa has strongly condemned the violent scenes seen at Moses Mabhida Stadium on Saturday following a Nedbank Cup semi-final tie.

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Herders’ Atrocities Making Nigeria a Failed State, Says Dickson

[Guardian] Yenagoa -Governor Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa State says the continued killings by herdsmen nationwide are symptomatic of a failed state. He therefore urged prayers for the country to overcome its many challenges.

[Guardian] Yenagoa -Governor Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa State says the continued killings by herdsmen nationwide are symptomatic of a failed state. He therefore urged prayers for the country to overcome its many challenges.

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Eight Years After, Court Convicts Female Students, Vindicates AAU Lecturer in Sex for Marks Scandal

[Guardian] A magistrate’s Court sitting in Ekpoma, Esan West Local Government Area of Edo State has convicted two females, Judith Ivie Okosun and Juliet Obehi Okosun, who are both graduates of the Ambrose Alli University (AAU).

[Guardian] A magistrate's Court sitting in Ekpoma, Esan West Local Government Area of Edo State has convicted two females, Judith Ivie Okosun and Juliet Obehi Okosun, who are both graduates of the Ambrose Alli University (AAU).

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APDA Blames Old Brigades for Nigeria’s Woes

[Guardian] President Muhammadu Buhari has in two quick moves made things easy for a young Nigerian to defeat and succeed him after the coming 2019 general election.A prominent youth leader and presidential aspirant, Chief Iheanacho Ezeakor, made the as…

[Guardian] President Muhammadu Buhari has in two quick moves made things easy for a young Nigerian to defeat and succeed him after the coming 2019 general election.A prominent youth leader and presidential aspirant, Chief Iheanacho Ezeakor, made the assertion at the weekend when he led some youth political groups from across the country to the national headquarters of Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance (APDA).

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Coalition Protests Against Poor Electricity Supply in Kaduna

[Guardian] Kaduna -A coalition of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) at the weekend protested against poor electricity supply in Kaduna.The group gave the Kaduna Electricity Distribution Company (KEDC) four weeks to improve power supply, or be forced t…

[Guardian] Kaduna -A coalition of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) at the weekend protested against poor electricity supply in Kaduna.The group gave the Kaduna Electricity Distribution Company (KEDC) four weeks to improve power supply, or be forced to shut down its head office.

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UBTH Urges Striking Health Workers to Embrace Dialogue, Save Lives

[Guardian] The Chief Medical Director (CMD) of the University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH), Prof Darlington Obaseki, has appealed to the Joint Health Sector Union (JOHESU) to embrace dialogue that would end the strike and save the lives of Nigerians.

[Guardian] The Chief Medical Director (CMD) of the University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH), Prof Darlington Obaseki, has appealed to the Joint Health Sector Union (JOHESU) to embrace dialogue that would end the strike and save the lives of Nigerians.

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