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Jose Mourinho has moved to reassure Juan Mata that his Manchester United career is not at an end.

The Minister of Finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun, on Thursday admitted that the nation is going through a recession.
Mrs Adeosun, who was speaking during the plenary session of the Senate said the Federal Government is aware of the sufferings the recession may have caused Nigerians but added that steps have been taken to ensure that the nation gets out of its economic challenge.

President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria in Abuja said that his administration was talking to Niger Delta militants through oil companies and law-enforcement agencies to find a lasting solution to insecurity in the region.

Ms Lagarde was French finance minister in 2008 when she approved a payout of €400m to a politically connected businessman.

Following a fierce encounter with Boko Haram militants in Nguro Gongon village in Borno State, in north-eastern Nigeria, several soldiers of the national army were reported missing. The army said that in addition to those missing, more than a dozen of their soldiers were wounded in clashes on Thursday (21 July). Some of the soldiers were critically wounded.

.Yahoo

In a move expected to end the infighting among senators and unify the Senate, Senate President, Senator Bukola Saraki, Thursday announced a minor reshuffle of chairmen of senate committees, announcing Senator Kabiru Marafa as Chairman of Senate Committee on Petroleum (Downstream) and Senator Oluremi Tinubu as Chairman of the Committee on Environment.

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