Boris Johnson Seeks To Become British PM After May’s Resignation

  Britain’s Boris Johnson confirmed Thursday he will seek to become prime minister when Theresa May quits, reports said, as she promised to set out a departure timetable early next month. “Of course I’m going to go for it,” the former foreign minister, ex-mayor of London and leading Brexit campaigner told a business event in Manchester, northwest England, … Continue reading Boris Johnson Seeks To Become British PM After May’s Resignation

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Falcons Beat Ghana 4-2 On Penalties

Nigeria’s Super Falcons have qualified for the final of the WAFU Women’s Cup in Abidjan, Cote D’Ivore. In a rematch of last year’s clash at the same stage, Coach Thomas Dennerby’s side defeated the Black Queens of Ghana 4-2 on penalties after playing goalless in regulation time. READ ALSO: Christian Chukwu Arrives In UK For … Continue reading Falcons Beat Ghana 4-2 On Penalties

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FCT Minister Defends Demolition Of Caramelo Night Club

  Minister of Federal Capital Territory, Mohammed Bello has explained reasons behind the controversial demolition of Caramelo night club. Briefing journalists after the Federal Executive Council meeting chaired by the Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbanjo, the FCT minister said the action taken was as a last resort following a breach by the original owner. READ … Continue reading FCT Minister Defends Demolition Of Caramelo Night Club

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Why We Postponed Kogi, Bayelsa Elections – INEC

  The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has explained why it postponed the Kogi and Bayelsa governorship elections. According to the Chief Press Secretary to the INEC Chairman, Rotimi Oyekanmi, the Commission considered the pleas from the Bayelsa State government. Appearing on Channels Television’s Politics Today on Thursday, Oyekanmi said the state’s Deputy Governor, John … Continue reading Why We Postponed Kogi, Bayelsa Elections – INEC

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Osaka Retains Number One Ranking, Reaches Rome Quarters

  Japan’s Naomi Osaka won twice on Thursday to reach the Italian Open quarter-finals, retaining the world number one ranking ahead of the start of the French Open next week. She eased into the last eight in Rome with a 6-3, 6-3 win over Mihaela Buzarnescu. Osaka beat the 29th-ranked Romanian in 78 minutes after … Continue reading Osaka Retains Number One Ranking, Reaches Rome Quarters

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Certificate Scandal: Litigant Denies Filing Fresh Suit Against Adeleke, PDP, INEC

  A member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Odo-Otin local government area of Osun State, Mr Ajayi Shuaib, on Thursday denied filing fresh suit against Senator Ademola Adeleke, his party and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). A fresh litigation with no FHC/OS/16/19 was on Monday, 13th of May instituted against Adeleke, PDP … Continue reading Certificate Scandal: Litigant Denies Filing Fresh Suit Against Adeleke, PDP, INEC

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UPDATE: Three British Crew, South African Killed In Dubai Plane Crash

  Three British and a South African were killed Thursday in a plane crash close to Dubai airport, the United Arab Emirates’ state news agency reported. The UK-registered Diamond Aircraft went down five kilometres (three miles) south of the international hub, WAM said, citing civil aviation authorities. “The four-seat plane crashed while on a mission … Continue reading UPDATE: Three British Crew, South African Killed In Dubai Plane Crash

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Stop Eating Foreign Rice, They Are Poisonous – Custom Boss

  The Comptroller-General, Nigeria Customs Service, Col. Hameed Ali (rtd), has asked Nigerians to stop eating foreign rice noting that they are poisonous. Speaking at a news conference organized by the ministry of finance, the Customs Boss said that the Federal Government is yet to issue license for importation of rice and that any rice … Continue reading Stop Eating Foreign Rice, They Are Poisonous – Custom Boss

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Supreme Court To Give Judgment In Ekiti Suits, May 24

  The Supreme Court has fixed May 24 to deliver judgment in the appeal filed by the Peoples Democratic Party, challenging the election of Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti state. Appellant in the appeal, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had urged the Supreme Court to reverse the decision of the Ekiti State governorship election petition … Continue reading Supreme Court To Give Judgment In Ekiti Suits, May 24

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BREAKING: Two Killed In Dubai Plane Crash

  The pilot and co-pilot of a small plane were killed in a crash Thursday, causing delays at Dubai airport, the emirate’s government media office said. “An accident involving a small plane with four passengers occurred resulting in the death of the pilot and his assistant,” it said in a statement. The small Diamond Aircraft, … Continue reading BREAKING: Two Killed In Dubai Plane Crash

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