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Ebonyi State Government has announced plans to reestablish vigilante groups in communities in the state.

Former WWE super star, Mr. Fuji Fuji, is dead. He spent more than 30 years as both an in-ring competitor and one of WWE’s greatest managers. A five-time WWE World Tag Team Champion, Fuji was infamous for keeping small bags of salt in his tights which he would throw into his opponents’ eyes.

Gabon's main opposition candidate has claimed victory over President Ali Bongo in Saturday's poll, alleging electoral fraud.

The US says fighting between Turkey, pro-Turkish rebels and Kurdish-aligned forces in northern Syria is "unacceptable" and must stop.
Clashes in places where so-called Islamic State (IS) was not present were a "source of deep concern", the U.S. envoy to the anti-IS coalition tweeted.

Police said that they have caught China's "Jack The Ripper," who killed 11 women and girls between 1988 and 2002.
Gao Chengyong, 52, was arrested at the grocery store he runs with his wife in the northwest province of Gansu, according to China Daily.
The paper said that he has confessed to the 11 notorious murders in Gansu and the neighbouring Inner Mongolia region.

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Ekiti Assembly Invasion By DSS: Lawmakers Storm Abuja, Ask Buhari To Release Detained Members

Members of the Ekiti State House of Assembly on Thursday, March 10, 2016, stormed Abuja,

the federal capital territory, and asked President Muhammadu Buhari to direct the Department of State Services (DSS) to release four of their

How Biafrans Embarrassed Okorocha In London

Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, was at Chatham House March 9, 2016, to give a speech but was embarrassed by pro-Biafrans.

Nigeria, South Africa Battle For African Supremacy

This week South Africa's President Jacob Zuma visited Nigeria and stressed that Africa's two economic giants could work together. Relations have been fraught, not helped by South African deaths in a Nigerian pastor's building and a $5bn Nigerian fine for a South African phone company.

Nigeria Oil Workers Call Off Strike

Striking Nigerian oil workers have called off their day old strike after an all night meeting with the Minister of State for Petroleum and Group Managing Director of the NNPC, Dr Ibe Kachikwu.

Chevron, Employees Donate Facilities To Delta School

By Harris-Okon Emmanuel, Delta

 

From Isoko South Council of Delta State have come commendations for American oil giants, Chevron Nigeria Limited, and some of its employees for donating social amenities to Arasa Primary School, Iwride/Oviri, Olomoro town.

Lekki Collapsed Building: Death Toll Hits 30 . Lagos Seals Lekki Gardens, Arrests Contractor

The Lagos State Government has sealed Lekki Gardens over the collapse of a five-storey building under construction at Kushenla Road, Ikate Elegushi in the Lekki area of the state.

When Pastor Fled With Church Offering In Minna

By Joy Simon,

Minna

The two-day Deliverance programme organised at Abdulsalam Youth Centre, Minna, Niger State, by one of the latest and fast growing Pentecostal churches in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, ended in confusion instead of winning souls for Christ.

Imo Govt Slahes Workers’ Salary By 30%

Imo State government and the state Labour Joint Committee have agreed to pay salary earners 70 per cent of their salaries across board while making reservations for pension.

From Africa: A Lesson On How To Crush Terrorism

After the self-proclaimed Islamic State swept in from Syria in 2014 and grabbed huge swaths of Iraq, counterterrorism experts said that the group’s control of significant territory would make it considerably more difficult to defeat.

How South African Company, MTN, Aided Boko Haram, By Buhari

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has said that a South African mobile giant’s failure to disconnect unregistered SIM cards in Nigeria “contributed” to Boko Haram’s insurgency.

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