Obiano endorses Jonathan for 2015

Anambra State gov­ernor, Dr. Willie Obiano, has en­dorsed President GoodluckJonathan for the 2015 Presidential elec­tion, urging him not to even bother coming to the state for campaign because he would…

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Cocaine gang who had been entrusted with £50,000 by footballer Michael Chopra to pay off his gambling debts are jailed for 34 years

A cocaine cartel at the centre of a £750,000 drugs plot which dragged in Championship footballer Michael Chopra has been jailed for 34 years. The Blackpool striker gave evidence in…

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Is Tyrese holding Dr Dre’s $3.2billion?

Earlier this month, we heard that Apple Electronics was in talks to buy Dr Dre’s headphone company Beats by Dre for $3.2billion. Then his friend, singer/actor Tyrese shot a video…

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Nigerian Muslim Clerics Recruiting, Gov’t Officials Take Bribes From Boko Haram – US Military Report (DETAILS)

  Nigerian Muslim clerics living in the border towns of Cameroon and Nigeria are recruiting Boko Haram members in their mosques, the government of Cameroon has alleged. Worse still, government…

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ENFORCEMENT OF THE COSON-BON /IBAN AGREEMENT BEGINS IMMEDIATELY – COSON GM

  The music industry in Nigeria will not wait for the profound excitement generated by the recently signed COSON-BON/IBAN agreement on music royalty to die down before commencing the enforcement…

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We know where Chibok girls are kept -Military

  The Chief of Defence Staff, Air Marshal Alex Badeh, has said the security leadership in the country has located where members of Boko Haram are holding the abducted girls…

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WHY COSON–BROADCAST INDUSTRY AGREEMENT IS HUGE – OKOROJI

Chairman, Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON), Chief Tony Okoroji, has described as ‘huge’ the recent agreement between COSON and the broadcasting industry in Nigeria represented by Broadcasting Organizations of Nigeria…

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‘36 Igbo traders killed in Jos blasts’

Boko Haram kills four soldiers The twin bomb blasts that exploded in Jos Terminus market last week killed 36 Igbo traders. 42 others from South-east part of the country were also…

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