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Zimbabwe's president, Mugabe, confined to his home as military seizes power

Zimbabwe's military apparently seized control of the southern African nation overnight, deploying tanks to the capital, taking control of the state-run broadcaster and confining longtime leader Robert Mugabe to his residence.

Court grants bail to suspected Military Pension thieves

The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) High Court sitting in Jabi has granted bail to the two military officers accused of complicity in stealing monies meant for payment of death benefits of deceased officers.

Two die in Fagba train, truck collussion

Another tragedy struck on Thursday as two persons lost their lives after a train collided with a truck at the Fagba area of Lagos State.

Kara multiple accident claims five persons

Five people lost their lives on Thursday in a fatal accident which happened at the popular Kara Bridge along the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.

The accident, which happened in the early hours of the day, also left a number of people injured.

Youths are important in peace building, says CITAD

By Rita Michael

Buhari shuts down Awka, advocates support for Nwoye, Ikedife

.Ngige signs surety for Nwoye
By Dallas Onyema

Anambra poll: APGA vows to resist rigging

By Dallas Onyema

Buhari Senate order IGP to restore Obiano’s security 

Just like the Senate did earlier Wednesday, President Muhammadu Buhari has directed the reinstatement of the security aides of Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra State.