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    87 Stranded Nigerians In Sudan Arrive Home

    87 stranded Nigerians have arrived home from Sudan. They arrived at the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja at about 9.15 am on Saturday, August 8, 2020. The Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) also disclosed that they all tested negative for the COVID-19 before boarding and will embark on 14-day self-isolation as stipulated by the Presidential […] More

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    FCT, Abuja Overtake Lagos In COVID-19 Active Cases

    The number of active COVID-19 cases in the Federal Capital Territory has surpassed Lagos State, which hitherto was identified as the epicentre of the outbreak in the country. The COVID-19 situation report by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control for August 2 showed that Lagos had 12,915 cases, while the FCT had 2,759. However, the […] More

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    Company Employs Dog As Sales Person With Identity Card

    Persistency gets you places. Especially into people’s hearts. Early 2020, the staff at a Hyundai Prime dealership noticed the dog hanging around. At first, they thought it was just a temporary thing and the pup would soon move on to search for happiness elsewhere but as time went by, one thing became evident he was […] More

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    Fuel Scarcity Looms As NUPENG Begins Strike In Lagos On Monday

    Fuel scarcity is imminent, as the Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, NUPENG, has ordered fuel tanker drivers to withdraw their services in Lagos beginning from Monday. According to the leadership of the union, the decision became imperative as a result of failure by various bodies in the state to address three major […] More

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    Nigerians React As Aisha Buhari Jets Out To Dubai For Medical Treatment

    Nigerians are reacting in differently over the news of the First Lady, Aisha Buhari, been flown to Dubai for treatment of a persistent neck pain. She was flown out some days ago after complaining of neck pain for several weeks, following the ineffectiveness of drugs prescribed by her Nigerian doctors. “She first experienced the health […] More

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    Explosion Kills Eight, Injures 14 Others In Somalia

    An explosion at a military base in the Somali capital Mogadishu has killed at least eight people and injured 14 others, a military official says. It was not yet clear what caused the blast but witnesses told local media a car loaded with explosives attacked the compound near a stadium. Radio Dalsan said the explosion […] More

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    BREAKING: 17 Die, 100 Injured As Air India Flight From Dubai Crashes

    At least, 17 persons have been confirmed dead, while 100 others sustained serious injuries as an Air India Express flight from Dubai crash-landed in Kozhikode, India on Friday evening. According to the Indian Express, the aircraft, with 190 people on board, was attempting to land in bad weather when it shot its runway around 7.40 […] More

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    Pharmacist Dies During Sex With A Sex Worker In Lagos

    A pharmacist slumped and died while having sex with a sex worker in a hotel in Igando, Lagos. The lifeless body of the pharmacist, Bassey Asuquo, was discovered in one of the rooms of a brothel along Akesan road, Egan area of Igando, Lagos, Friday, July 31. It was gathered that Bassey, believed to be […] More

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    JUST IN: Another Lawmaker’s Wife Kidnapped In Jigawa

    Another Wife of State House of Assembly member representing Gwiwa constituency, Hon. Aminu Tsibut has been kidnapped by an unknown gunman. The victim identified as Hajiya Rukayya Aminu has kidnapped at Tsibut village in Gwiwa Local Government Area on Friday night at about 1:00 AM. Victims of relative revealed that the gunmen numbering about seven […] More

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    528 Schools Fumigated Ahead Of Resumption In Kano

    Kano State government has commenced the fumigation and decontamination of public and private schools in the state to check the spread of coronavirus disease. The fumigation is coming after the state government approved Monday, August 10 as resumption date for Senior Secondary Schools three (SS3) students who are expected to write their final examination. Deputy […] More

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    325 Nigerians Expected To Arrive From The US Today

    About 325 stranded Nigerians from the United States are expected to arrive in Nigeria on Saturday afternoon. This brings to about 9,000 the number of Nigerians evacuated from different parts of the world since the global lockdown occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic. The flight, which is the sixth from the US since the evacuation exercise […] More

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