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Three students arrested and paraded for raping female colleague

Men of the state police command on February 15th arrested three of six students of Kwara State College of Health and Technology, Offa, who allegedly raped their female colleague in the institution to a state of unconsciousness. Parading the suspects to journalists in Ilorin on Friday, the state Commissioner of …

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Photos: U.S. releases damning human rights report about Nigeria

“The most serious human rights abuses during the year were those committed by Boko Haram.” A new report by the United States has described Nigeria as a country where corruption, official impunity, and gross human rights violations occur at will. The report described the human rights violations to include extra-judicial …

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Anti-homosexuality: Anglican Church members now took oath

Members of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) are now to carry out an oath exercise denouncing any trace or affiliation for homosexuality before they can take up any leadership position in the church. The church which has over the years held strong opposition against homosexuality included this oath taking …

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Ex-Leaders honoured at the Centenary Awards + Photo

Former Presidents/Heads of State, business men, entertainers, sports men, and families of people who helped shape Nigeria in the last 100 years were all honoured at the Centenary Awards which held at the banquet hall of the Presidential Villa in Abuja on Friday February 28th. President Jonathan decorated seven living …

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Rihanna goes braless at another fashion show in Paris

Rihanna attended three fashion shows at the Paris Fashion Week yesterday Saturday March 1st and for one appearance, the singer once again went topless. She wore a black and white fur stole with a sheer top and black trousers at Jean Paul Gaultier fashion show. And if you look closely, …

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Nigerian government grants Islamist terror preacher visa

The Federal Government granted visa to renowned extremist and Islamic terror preacher, Dr Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips, who has been banned from a number of countries because of his messages. The Minister of Interior, Abba Moro said Philips was granted visa because he ‘met the requirements The  TelegraphNG reports     …

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United States: 2015 General Elections Our concerns

The US delegation, led by US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, met for two days with high ranking Nigerian officials led by the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Martin Uhomoibhi. The theme of the meeting, “Transparency, Good Governance and Democracy in Nigeria,” …

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Traditional Wedding: Ibru daughter, Omotubie Ibru & Maxwell Herbert Peile

One of the Ibru daughters Omotubie Ibru married her heartthrob Maxwell Herbert Peile yesterday March 1st in Lagos. Past and current state governors including former Governor of Ogun Olusegun Osoba,Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta state, former Governor of Lagos State Bola Tinubu, Governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun State and other …

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Chris Brown diagnosed with mental illness

Chris Brown has been diagnosed as bi-polar, suffering from post traumatic stress disorder and self-medicating inappropriately. This was revealed during his last court appearance… His appearance in court yesterday for a probation hearing and a letter from his rehab facility gave the singer high marks for improvement but suggested he …

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Putin Invasion: Canada threatens to withdraw from June’s G8 summit in Russia

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper threatened Saturday he may join Washington in snubbing June’s G8 summit in Russia over the country’s military incursion into Ukraine, and recalled his ambassador to Moscow. Harper’s statement came after Obama spoke separately by telephone with him and French President Francois Hollande, leaders of Atlantic …

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Why I rejected centenary award — Soyinka

                                                    Professor Wole Soyinka, Nobel laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka, said, yesterday, he rejected his nomination for centenary award by the Federal Government because he could …

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Centenary: Family faults govt over Biafran leader

Custodians of the Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution, Amichi in Nnewi South Local Government Area of Anambra State have frowned at the exclusion of the late Chief Benjamin Atuchukwu in the  centenary post-humous award. According to the custodians, it was an oversight on the part of government to have …

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