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Breaking News: President Buhari Lands In Japan [PHOTOS]

Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari has landed in Haneda Airport, Yokohama, Japan for the seventh Tokyo International Conference on African Development. The conference themed ‘Africa and Yokohama, Sharing Passion for the Future’, is scheduled to hold in Yokohama from August 28 till August 30, 2019. President Buhari will reside at the Park Royal Hotel reserved for Heads of state and government ...

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23 Nigerians To Be Executed In Saudi Arabia Over Drug Trafficking

  At least 23 Nigerians are on death roll in Saudi Arabia over drug-related offenses. This was revealed in a statement released by the Saudi Arabian Government on Saturday. According to the statement, the suspects were arrested between 2016 and 2017 at King Abdul-Aziz International Airport, Jeddah, and Prince Muhammad Bin Abdu-Aziz International Airport, Madinah. The suspects were said to ...

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Trump Urges U.S. Companies To Leave China After Beijing Sets New Tariffs

President Donald Trump on Friday pressured U.S. companies to leave China and promised to hike tariffs further after Beijing unveiled retaliatory duties on US$75-billion in U.S. goods, stoking fears their escalating trade war will tip the global economy into recession. Mr. Trump, who has accused China of unfair trade practices and pushed for a deal that would rebalance the relationship ...

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Breaking News: German Police Identifies Four Of Ekweremadu’s Attackers

Bavaria police has successfully identified four of the People that attacked Former Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu in Nurenberg, Germany Ekweremadu was beaten up by members of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) in Nuremberg on Saturday at an event organised by “Ndigbo Germany”. According to sources, the Nigerian embassy has mounted enormous pressure on the German federal authorities to ...

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“Shoot Both Herdsmen And Farmers On Sight”, President Orders Army

Following the continued clashes between herdsmen and farmers in Chad, the President has ordered the Chadian army to shoot both herdsmen and farmers dead, if the clashes continue. Chadian President Idriss Deby Itno gave the order to the country’s army, saying the move is to save what he described as “the majority.” According to him, the army can shoot ten ...

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Soldiers, DSS, Police Attack, Disrupt Gathering Of Soyinka, Others In Lagos

”A BBC reporter was reportedly taken into custody and made to delete footage in his camera and other multimedia equipment”. An event that was scheduled to draw an urgent attention to Nigeria’s growing social and security crises has been disrupted by security forces, reports said Monday. The event was planned by the Coalition for Revolution, a political movement led by ...

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Nnamdi Kanu To Make Broadcast On Ekweremadu Attack, Insecurity

Pro-Biafra group, Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), on Sunday announced that its Leader, Nnamdi Kanu will make a broadcast tonight. According to the group, Mr Kanu will speak on recent events in the country especially the attack by suspected members of the group on former Senate Deputy President, Ike Ekweremadu in Germany. The Nation had reported how Mr Ekeremadu was ...

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El Zakzaky Returns To Nigeria In Anger Over Disagreement With Doctors

The Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) has said that its leader, Sheikh Ibrahim El Zakzaky, will return to Nigeria on Friday because of the refusal of the government and the India hospital to allow his doctors take part in his treatment. The Spokesman of the sect, Ibrahim Musa, disclosed this in an interview on Thursday in Kaduna. Musa said the ...

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Jeffrey Epstein, US Billionaire Accused Of Sex Trafficking, Commits Suicide In Jail

The United States financier Jeffrey Epstein who was accused of sex trafficking was found dead in a Manhattan jail on Saturday morning. The Metropolitan Correctional Center officials who found his body estimated that Epstein hanged himself at roughly 7.30am. Last month, Epstein who had decades long accusations on trafficking young girls for sex was found unconscious in his cell, with ...

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We’ve Paid Over N300m Ransom To Kidnappers In 4 Years, Kaduna CAN Cries Out

The Kaduna state chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) says the church has spent over N300 million to secure release of members who have been kidnapped in the last four years. Joseph Hayab, chairman of CAN in the state, disclosed this in an interview with TheCable on Friday. He said over 500 members of CAN have been abducted ...

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