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Sad! PHCN staff who was sacked in 2009 gets electrocuted while doing illegal connection in Delta State

A former staff of the Benin Electricity Distribution Company BEDC, in Agbor, Delta State, who was dismissed in 2009, was, on Tuesday, electrocuted in Agbor. . According to reports, the deceased, identified as Monday Ebor, was illegally working on high tension lines when electricity was restored. Eboh who was wanted …

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Senior Advocates are a major problem in the anti-corruption war — Prof Itse Sagay

  Professor Itse Sagay, the Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee on Anti-corruption (PACAC) and a former Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Benin in a new interview with Vanguard has spoken on President Buhari’s anti-corruption war,  appointment of Ahmed Rufai Abubakar as the  substantive  Director-General of the National Intelligence …

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4, 781 bags of rice approved for the Internally Displaced Persons Camp in Edo State goes missing

It seems to be a season of missing things in the country following a series of wild animals swallowing huge sums of money and now bags of rice seem to have also gone missing in Edo State. Yesterday, the Edo State chapter of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, insisted that the Governor Godwin Obaseki-led …

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Ageless Mo’Nique, 50, shows her stunning beauty in new video.

Comedienne and actress,  Mo’Nique is still looking as stunning as ever even at 50. The Oscar-winning actress shared this video of herself cat walking while a group of friends captured the moment ‘Meet Lulu Smith. She’s coming to your Town. Stay Tune. Love Y’all 4 real,’ she captioned the video. …

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48 of the missing Yobe school girls have been rescued, 46 still missing

48 out of the 94 missing girls at Government Girls Science Technical College (GGSTC) have been rescued while 46 others are still missing. The Yobe state government confirmed this in a statement released last night. It is reported that one of the rescued girls sustained a snake bite and is being treated …

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Three pupils die after eating party biscuits in Abuja

The police in the Federal Capital Territory FCT have confirmed the death of three pupils of the Local Education Authority (LEA), Kubwa II school after eating biscuits at a party. The three pupils, 14-year-old Nehemiah Yahaya and Yahaya Garba, of primary 5 and 4 respectively and Moses Sunday , died after eating biscuits …

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Actress Eucharia Anunobi shares photos from her son, Raymond’s 16th posthumous birthday, describes him as the best child any parent could ask for

Actress, Eucharia Anunobi today shared photos from the posthumous birthday she recently organized for her son, Raymond, who died on August 22nd 2017. Raymond would have been 16 on January 29th. Eucharia in an interview recently stated that she chose to celebrate her son’s birthday with the less priviledged as …

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Edo Assembly rejects autonomy for state Houses of Assembly, judiciary

By Simon Ebegbulem BENIN—Edo State House of Assembly has rejected autonomy for state Houses of Assembly and the judiciary in the ongoing process by the National Assembly to amend the constitution. EDO ASSEMBLY  Vanguard gathered that majority of the lawmakers wanted autonomy particularly when 32 states had endorsed it, but …

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Check out the fishtail brow which is fast becoming a trend

With each new day comes a new beauty trend and the one gaining popularity right now is the fishtail brow. The fishtail brow is the first bizarre brow trend of the year 2018. Getting the look involves splitting your eyebrow into two so it looks like a fishtail. The look started …

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Drake shows off his new $7m Ferrari La Ferrari sports car in LA (Photos)

Canadian rapper, Drake has added a new whip to his garage. The 31-year-old rapper was recently seen leaving ‘The Nice Guy’ bar with a friend in his brand new Yellow ‘Ferrari LaFerrari’ Sports car in Los Angeles, CA. The whip is said to cost around $7million.  According to reports, Drake …

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