Nigeria

Fuel Scarcity: Oil Marketers Write Okonjo-Iweala Over FG Indebtedness

Major oil marketers in the country have warned that fuel scarcity, currently experienced in...

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CJN Tasks Buhari On Absolute Respect For The Constitution

The...

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US To Sanction Nigerians Indicted In Electoral Offences

The United States of America said yesterday it would impose visa restrictions on any Nigerian found to have incited violence or interfered ...

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APC Zoning: Igbos Not Worried About Being Left Out

Former Anambra State governor, Chukwuemeka Ezeife has said the people of the Southeast region are not worried about the zoning policy of the All Progressives Congress (APC) which has allegedly ensured that no one from the region would hold a top office in the National Assembly. Although the APC had denied it had zoned ...

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Youths Protest Xenophobic Attacks, Target South African Companies

If our people can’t live and work there, their businesses should also not operate here. That was the ...

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Jonathan Mourns Chukwumerije

President Goodluck Jonathan has extended heartfelt condolences to the family of late Senator Uche Chukwumerije, the government and people of...

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Ondo Mysterious Deaths Linked To Methanol Poisoning

The death of 18 people alleged to...

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Seven Killed As Suspected Fulani Herdsmen Attack Taraba Villages

Gunmen suspected to be Fulani herdsmen today killed no fewer than seven persons when they attacked some villages in Donga Local Government Area of Taraba State. Scores remain missing. According to local residents, the attackers first attacked and burnt Ayiase village in Takum Local Government before heading for Tse-Gbaun and Gaza villages in Donga Local Government. “The attack happened in the early hours of today (Monday), and the area is not safe as I talk to you, as such we cannot search for ...

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Buhari Promises To Resume Search For Oil In Nigeria’s North

President-elect General Muhammadu Buhari, on Sunday, ...

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Ivoirian President In Abuja, Lauds Jonathan For Saving Nigeria From Civil War

President Allassane Quattara of Cote D’voire on Monday said the peaceful manner in which Nigeria’s 2015 general elections were conducted and the way President Goodluck Jonathan conceded defeat would forever remain a legacy for Africa. According to the Ivoirian president, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) owed Jonathan a lot for taking the bold step of conceding defeat to forestall a civil war in the country. Quattara spoke with State House correspondents...

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