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Army warns Boko Haram sympathisers

…Condemns Shiites’ letter to US Government…Frowns at calls for Buratai’s resignation By Kingsley Omonobi, Abuja The Nigerian Army,  on Saturday,  expressed misgivings over attempts by those it referred to as Boko Haram sympathizers to denigrate its patriotic efforts at decimating the terrorists, checkmating their murderous exploits and clearing them out …

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We lost because ghost, witches, wizard, human beings voted during the election – Zuma

By Nwafor Sunday The president of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, Saturday said that his party, African National Congress (ANC) lost the Western Cape polls because of witches and wizard in union with ghost who took part during the voting process. Jacob Zuma According to Huffington Post, Zuma was quoted to …

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Bring on Monaco, boasts Leipzig coach

RB Leipzig coach Ralph Hasenhuettl says his side proved they are ready for their Champions League debut at home to Monaco on Wednesday after producing two stunning goals in the Bundesliga. Leipzig earned a 2-0 win at Hamburg on Friday after Liverpool-bound Naby Keita unleashed a fierce drive from outside …

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Laurels International Magazine Publisher clocks 50

The management of Laurels International Magazine is gearing up to celebrate the golden jubilee of its Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, Oluwole Enitan Ezekiel in grand style. , Oluwole Enitan Ezekiel  The 50th birthday celebration is scheduled to hold on Sunday 10th of September, 2017. The highlight of the event will be …

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“We have nowhere to go” 10,000 inhabitants of demolished military barracks cry out

…Your are illegal squatters—Niger state govt By Wole Mosadomi Minna- When the 10,000 inhabitants of Old Military Barracks, Rafin Sanyin in Suleja, Niger State slept last Sunday, they never thought they would become homeless the following day. But by 4 am on Monday, the sound of the bulldozers woke them …

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Another Hurricane, Katia warms up after Harvey, Irma, strengthens to Category Two

Hurricane Katia strengthened on Friday to Category Two storm on a scale of five as it raged towards the eastern coast of Mexico, authorities said. Mexico’s National Water Commission meteorological authority said Katia picked up strength as it swirled in the Gulf of Mexico 205 kilometers (127 miles) from the …

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Why ATM malfunctions – Expert

An economic expert, Prof. Uche Uwaleke, has called on the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to remove old and dirty notes from circulation. Uwaleke, an Associate Professor of Banking at the Nasarawa State University, said such notes were causing constant malfunctioning of Automated Teller Machines (ATMs), especially during pressure periods. …

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Coronation of 21 Obas in Ibadan: Ajimobi is right – Akintola

Chief Adeniyi Akintola (SAN), is a force to reckon with in Oyo politics. He has tasted both the sweetness and bitterness in politics. In what he described as locust days when some thugs whisked him away in the boot of a car, he saw hell before he was let off …

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Seadogs embark on Lassa fever awareness campaign in Lagos

National Association of Seadogs, NAS, Lagos Mainland chapter, yesterday, embarked on awareness campaign in Lagos. The campaign took members of the group, most of whom are medical doctors, to the streets through Tejuosho/Yaba market, Ojuelegba, Jibowu and the Yaba motor park. members of NAS during the campaign This was necessitated …

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Bonucci, Higuain top Serie A earners

AC Milan’s Leonardo Bonucci and former Juventus teammate Gonzalo Higuain are the top Serie A earners but their wages fall short of European stars Neymar and Lionel Messi, the Gazzetta dello Sport reported. Higuain-Bonucci Italy defender Bonucci, 30, and Argentina striker Higuain, 29, both pocket an estimated 7.5 million euros …

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