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125 Nigerian students landed at Logan airport this week. It’s interesting to note that a few media outlets were reporting this as a reflection of the global campaign “Bring Home Our Girls”. The students, sponsored by the Nigerian government in Read more…

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Happy Democracy Day to all Nigerians. Read the Democracy Day national broadcast by our president below… Fellow Nigerians, I greet and felicitate with you all, today, as we mark 15 years of uninterrupted democratic governance in our beloved country.   Read more…

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Presidential committee on the abduction of schoolgirls in Chibok was reportedly informed that 4 girls previously listed as missing, escaped but their parents failed to provide the information on time. According to Sahara Reporters, Borno State Commissioner for Education Musa Inuwa Kubo Read more…

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The explosion that occurred in the Kurudu area of the Nigerian capital is a “controlled blast.” Mr. Olaleye, a Brigadier General, said a rock had been blocking a new road being constructed from Karishi to Apo, in the Abuja city Read more…

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Pope Francis gave a candid midair press briefing to reporters traveling from back from the Middle East to Rome during which he talked about sex, money, and satanic Mass—and retirement. After a grueling but ultimately successful three day visit to Read more…

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Going by the position of northern delegates at the ongoing National Conference, it seems the North is against true federalism and regional autonomy. Why? What is true federalism and what has the North said that shows that it is against Read more…

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A member of Boko Haram sect already convicted of terrorism charges, Kabiru Umar (aka Kabiru Sokoto), has appealed to President Goodluck Jonathan for pardon. The convict has appealed against the judgment of a Federal High Court, Abuja, which sentenced him Read more…

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  The Senate committee says suspended CBN Governor Sanusi lied The Nigerian Senate has rejected claims by the suspended governor of the Central Bank, Lamido Sanusi, that at least $20 billion (N3.2 trillion) in oil receipts were not paid into Read more…

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