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    Brazil’s Supreme court approves jail for ex-president Lula

    The Brazilian Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) Tuesday rejected a motion by former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva’s defense team to avoid his arrest for a graft conviction that was upheld last week. Justice Humberto Martins denied the request filed Tuesday morning in a statement published on the court’s website, saying such petitions are […] More

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    Duke, Oyinlola in attendance as Obasanjo’s ‘Coalition for Nigeria’ takes off in Abuja

    Donald Duke, one-time governor of Cross River state and Olagunsoye Oyinlola, former governor of Osun state were among the dignitaries who witnessed the launch of the Coalition of Nigeria (CN) at the Shehu Musa Yar’Adua Centre in Abuja on Wednesday. The launch took place one week after former President Olusegun Obasanjo recommended it as the […] More

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    Obasanjo has no electoral value, I will challenged his re-absorption into PDP in court – Fayose

    Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, says former president Olusegun Obasanjo has no electoral value and has threatened to challenge his re-absorption in court, if he decides to rejoin the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). The governor said that, unlike those begging and pleading for him to return to PDP, the former president does not have any […] More

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    Aubameyang joins Arsenal for record fee of £56 million

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has joined Arsenal for a record fee for the Gunners, a reported £56 million ($79.2 million, 63.7 million euros), from Bundesliga outfit Borussia Dortmund, both clubs confirmed Wednesday. The 28-year-old Gabon striker, who has scored 141 goals for Dortmund since joining in 2013, signed a long-term contract with the storied London club. His […] More

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    CDI, AKEES donates Food items, relief materials to Cameroonian refugees in Nigeria

    A non-governmental organization,  Collective Development Initiative (CDI)  in partnership with  Akwa Ibom Enterprise and Employment Scheme (AKEES) on Friday distributed food items and relief materials to Cameroonian refugees residing in Okwangwo Community, Boki Local Government Area of Cross River State as part of their corporate social responsibility. Co-founder of CDI, Amb. Aniefiok Jimmy during the distribution […] More

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    Sex Scandal Apostle suleman’s accuser to name sponsors

    Stephanie Otobo who last Sunday apologised to Apostle Johnson Suleman for accusing him of having an affair with her, has vowed to name her sponsors in court. The woman said she has emails and text messages to prove her claims. Otobo, a stripper and musician, spoke on Tuesday from her Lagos hideout via a video […] More

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    Suicide … Here is what is going on in my head

    Breathing in, breathing out I have been searching the house Scattered everything Guess what am looking for??? I sat down crying profusely Like the rain, it keeps dropping I thought, what should I do?? Like I do watch in the movies, I know i can do it All I have to do is to look […] More

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    Nigeria deports an American, 2 Nigerians to Cameroon – Lawyer

    Agency report   A lawyer representing  Cameroonian separatists claimed  on Tuesday that Nigeria could have made some errors in deporting two naturalised Nigerians and an American to Cameroon last weekend. The trio were among the 47 Cameroonian separatists  deported  to Cameroon on Friday, said Abdul Oroh, a human rights activist and former member of the […] More

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    Outrage after French journalist asks Chimamanda Adichie if there are bookshops in Nigeria

    By AFP “Are there bookshops in Nigeria?” The question posed by a French journalist last week incensed acclaimed Nigerian novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. At an event held in a ritzy Paris government building under crystal chandeliers, Adichie launched a blistering assault on perceived French arrogance. “I think it reflects very poorly on French people that […] More

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    One of the world’s most famous Brothel Bunny Ranch considers accepting Bitcoin

    By Agency Report   The Bunny Ranch, a Nevada-based legal establishment that is among the most popular brothels in the world, is considering accepting bitcoin payments according to owner Dennis Hof. Hof, who own seven brothels in Nevada, said he is exploring bitcoin in response to requests from his customers, who he said include some of the world’s […] More

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    Landlord reveals aftermath of worst tenant in the world

    Landlords, think you have the world’s worst tenants? Think again. Because one man in Maidstone, Kent, UK has already got both hands on that title – or at least he has in our eyes. Graham Holland hadn’t visited one of his properties in 12 years, because tenant Michael Grant, 68, refused to let anyone inside. Mr […] More

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    The tale of how a Nigerian Senator was slapped in an elevator

    The Senate wing of the National Assembly was in frenzy on Monday, January 29, 2018, following an “elevator fight” between Ekiti lawmaker, Senator Abiodun Olujimi and a legislative staff. Despite being a plenary-free day, today happened to be a very busy day at the National Assembly. This was because the Senate committee on petroleum (downstream) had […] More

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