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Some suspected members of the Boko Haram terrorist group have killed four persons and abducted four women from Kutuva village in Nigeria’s northeast Borno State.

The terrorists on six motorcycles attacked the village on Tuesday, a statement by a spokesman for the army, Colonel Sani Usman, said.

 

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has released the highlights of the much awaited flexible foreign exchange market policy.

The highlights, which are key notes and agreements reached by the CBN, were released on Wednesday, weeks after the Monetary Policy Committee meeting announced the introduction of the policy.

Oil prices have been kept at low levels largely due to the glut in global supply.

 

While low prices have been bad news for the industry (OIL) and the oil-driven economies, producers have been reluctant to cut back for fear of losing market share.

Imo State Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, has inaugurated a 135-member Elders Advisory Council, with five of the elders chosen from each of the 27 local government areas of the state.

Nigerian coach, Daniel Amokachi, continued his impressive run with his Finnish third-tier team, JS Hercules, as they extend their unbeaten streak to six after a 2-0 win over Pori PPT.

JS Hercules are now second on the league table with 14 points in seven games.

They haven’t lost a game since they lost the league opener.

Nigerian coach, Daniel Amokachi, continued his impressive run with his Finnish third-tier team, JS Hercules, as they extend their unbeaten streak to six after a 2-0 win over Pori PPT.

JS Hercules are now second on the league table with 14 points in seven games.

They haven’t lost a game since they lost the league opener.

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Probe: $2.1bn Arms Deal Is A Scam, Says Fayose, Cautions Buhari

Ekiti State Governor, Mr. Ayodele Fayose, has advised Nigeria’s President,

Mohammadu Buhari, on his order for 18 Military Generals to be probed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over alleged

involvement in the $2.1 billion arms deal.

Stop Consuming Soaked Garri, Health Workers Warn Nigerians

The Medical and Health Workers Union, Lagos State Council, on Saturday said that it would embark on public enlightenment to discourage consumption of soaked garri for now to prevent the spread of Lassa fever.

How Suspected Ritualists Killed Bride After Wedding

 

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Why Chidoka Should Be PDP Flagbearer In Anambra North

 

The re-run poll was occasioned by the loss of Senator Uche Ekwunife, a PDP member, who recently defected to the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Senate Faults Akande On Budget

How Saudi Arabia's Oil Strategy Teared OPEC Apart

By John Defterios

The world's business leaders will gather at the World Economic Forum with mixed messages from OPEC oil producers ringing in their ears.

Midwife Who Fled Boko Haram Despite Losing Children

 

Dada Nguru was pregnant when she fled a Boko Haram attack on her village. She helped other fleeing women give birth on the roadside.

Saudi Arabia Takes Proxy War With Iran To Nigeria

By Kit O'Connell

 

Celebrating The Fallen Heroes

By Olugbenga Faseluka

 

The Armed Forces Remembrance Day is an annual global event to honour the men of the Armed Forces who fought in various wars to maintain the peaceful co-existence of human race. Many countries, particularly

Biafra Is Dead, Says Obasanjo

As the protagonists of Biafra intensify efforts for the realisation of their secession agenda, former President Olusegun Obasanjo, at the weekend, described the move as a dead agitation borne out of sheer ignorance and error of judgment.

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