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Herdsmen hit Plateau community, kill 15 people

No fewer than 15 people were reported to have been killed in an attack allegedly carried out by suspected herdsmen in Ancha village of Maingo, Bassa Local Government Area of Plateau State.

Rivers ritual killing: Police rearrest fugitive suspect in Jos

The Rivers State police command has confirmed the re-arrest of fleeing suspected ritual killer, Ifeanyi Dike.

Residents, Niger govt disagree on ownership of Suleja barrack

By Ummi Ismaeel, Minna

Recession not over - Fayose

.Says Nigerians are suffering, dying
By Dallas Onyema

185 groups write Ambode to stop PPP in water sector

Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria (ERA/FoEN), with other 184 national and international right groups have sent a strong worded letter to Lagos state governor, Akinwunmi Ambode to stop current efforts to secure public private partnership (PPP) on water privatization.

Ikpeazu’s aide warns against negative use of social media

The Special Aide to the Abia State governor on social media, Hon John Okeiyi Kalu, has warned the public against using social media to cause mayhem in the state.

Recession persists,govt lied t - Pastor Obhadi

Against National Bureau of Statistic recent quarterly report that the economic recession in the country was over, the District Overseer of Four Square Gospel Church, Umuahia, Reverend Svlvanus Obhadi, has faulted the report.

Minna monarch warns against hate speech, pleads for all-inclusive govt

tBy Ummi Ismaeel, Minna

How Catholic priest was Kidnapped, murdered in Imo

The Police in Imo State have confirmed the kidnap and subsequent murder of a Catholic priest, Reverend Father Cyriacus Onunkwo.

He was allegedly snatched from his vehicle in Orlu town in Orlu Local Government Area on Friday morning by gunmen.

Doctorscripplel hospitals, down tools,

The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has resolved to proceed on an indefinite strike.

The association took the decision following their National Executive Council meeting which lasted from 7 pm yesterday until the early hours of this morning.

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