November 2015

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    500 Nigerians Deported From UK Arrives

    No fewer than 500 Nigerians were reportedly deported by the government of the United Kingdom (UK) on Wednesday. The plane carrying the said 500 Nigerians touched ground in Nigeria’s Murtala Mohammed International Airport in Lagos, as most of the deportees express dissatisfaction returning home. According to a report from the BBC, one of the deportees […] More

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    Overcoming Insecurity In Your Relationship: Stop Focusing On The Negatives.

    There’s no such thing as a perfect relationship. Even if it seems perfect now, it won’t always be. Imperfection, however, is real and beautiful. The quality of the happiness between two people grows in direct proportion to their acceptance, and in inverse proportion to their intolerance and expectations. It’s how two people accept and deal […] More

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    2015 May Become Hottest Year On Record – UN

    The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) on Wednesday in Geneva said that year 2015 would likely become the hottest year since the pre-industrial era. WMO in a report said that due to man-made global warming and the strong El Nino weather phenomenon, the average global temperature this year was set to rise one degree above the […] More

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    15-Year-Old Girl Flogs Her 7-Year-Old Brother To Death

    The sleepy community of Otuagbagi in Ogbia Local Government Area, of Bayelsa State, was thrown into mourning, yesterday, following the alleged whipping to death of a seven-year old boy by her sister during a domestic quarrel. The deceased, identified as Harry, was reportedly whipped to death by his 15 years elder sister, Faith Festus, over […] More

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    Man Rapes A 4-Year-Old Girl Who Went To Watch Movie In His House

    Emmanuel Umanah, 21, has been arrested for raping a little girl of four years at his one-room apartment on Opeoluwa Street, Mosafejo-Amukoko area of Ajegunle, Lagos Nigeria. The grandmother of the girl reported the case to the police. This is what the grandmother told the police “After preparing food, I did not see my grandchild […] More

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    Putin Calls For Russians Not To Visit Turkey After Plane Downing

    President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday backed a recommendation from the foreign ministry for Russians not to visit Turkey after the downing of a Russian fighter jet by Ankara. “After such tragic events like the destruction of our plane and the death of our pilot, this is a necessary measure,” Putin said in televised comments. More

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    Ukraine Bans Russian Airlines From Its Airspace Ukraine Bans Russian Airlines From Its Airspace Qcnu*Prhtjdjn9$Z&RS!DA&I

    Ukraine has banned all Russian airlines from transiting its airspace, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said Wednesday. The “Ukrainian government made a decision to impose a ban on all transit flights by all the Russian airlines through the airspace of Ukraine”, Yatsenyuk announced at a government meeting. More

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    Igbos Have Forgiven The Niger Delta For Betraying Them During The Civil War — Evah

    The Coordinator of Ijaw Monitoring Group, Comrade Joseph Evah, has said that the Igbos have forgiven the Niger Delta for taking side with the North and betraying them during the Civil war. He also speak on attempts by some element within Ijaw to hijack the Goodluck Jonathan administration. He said this in an interview published […] More

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