HDP Closes Case Against Buhari At Presidential Election Tribunal

  Hope Democratic Party (HDP) has closed its case against the Presidential Candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal. The tribunal resumed hearing on Monday with HDP opening its case challenging the election of President Buhari by calling its first witness Mr. Yusuf Ibrahim who testified in … Continue reading HDP Closes Case Against Buhari At Presidential Election Tribunal

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I Never Expected That Our Residential Address Will Be Made Public – Dakolo

   Singer, Timi Dakolo has expressed concerns over the safety of his family, after ‘strange men with guns’ visited their residence to serve him and his wife, Busola, a letter on Saturday. He alleged that since the visit, the lives of his family have been put at risk by ‘strange faces’. Mr Dakolo had … Continue reading I Never Expected That Our Residential Address Will Be Made Public – Dakolo

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Manny Pacquiao Defeats Thurman To Capture WBA Crown

Father Time may be undefeated, as the old boxing saying goes, but Manny Pacquiao is not going down without a fight. The 40-year-old Filipino legend wrote another improbable chapter in his glittering career on Saturday, with an age-defying split decision victory over the hitherto unbeaten Keith Thurman. Pacquiao, a full decade older than the 30-year-old Thurman, rolled … Continue reading Manny Pacquiao Defeats Thurman To Capture WBA Crown

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More Defections Trail British Cabinet Over Johnson’s Brexit Plan

  Britain’s leadership contest entered its finale Monday with the favourite Boris Johnson facing more defections from ministers over his Brexit plan. The month-long contest between former London mayor Johnson and Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt is being decided by fewer than 200,000 grassroots members of the governing Conservative Party. The winner will have three months … Continue reading More Defections Trail British Cabinet Over Johnson’s Brexit Plan

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Tracking Of N2trn Constituency Projects Not A Witch-Hunt, Says ICPC Boss

  The on-going tracking of constituency projects in 12 states of the federation is not to witch-hunt anyone, Chairman of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), Professor Bolaji Owasanoye has said. Prof Owasanoye stated that the tracking was important because Nigeria has spent about N2trillion on funding since the year 2000, … Continue reading Tracking Of N2trn Constituency Projects Not A Witch-Hunt, Says ICPC Boss

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India Successfully Launches Spacecraft For Moon-Landing Mission

India on Monday launched a landmark spacecraft to land on the Moon, in a bid to become only the fourth nation to achieve the feat. Chandrayaan-2 — Moon Chariot 2 — took off as scheduled at 2:43 pm (0913 GMT) from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota, an island off the coast of southern Andhra Pradesh state. The … Continue reading India Successfully Launches Spacecraft For Moon-Landing Mission

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Air Force Personnel Returns Lost €37,000 To Owner

  Personnel of the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has returned the sum of 37,000 Euros to one Alhaji Ahmad, owner of the lost money at the Hajj Camp Market in Kano. Aircraftman (ACM) Bashir Umar who is a member of the NAF Mobile Air Defence Team (MADT) deployed for airport security duties, found the money … Continue reading Air Force Personnel Returns Lost €37,000 To Owner

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New Zealand Tightens Gun Laws Again After Mosque Attack

  New Zealand announced plans for a national firearms register Monday in its second round of gun law reforms following the Christchurch mosque attacks which killed 51 Muslim worshippers. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said regulations around who could hold firearm licences would also be tightened to “stop weapons falling into the wrong hands”. Ardern said … Continue reading New Zealand Tightens Gun Laws Again After Mosque Attack

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UN Nuclear Watchdog Chief Amano Dies At 72

  The head of the UN’s nuclear watchdog, Yukiya Amano, has died after suffering poor health for some time, the International Atomic Energy Agency said on Monday, as international tensions run high over Iran’s nuclear activities. The longtime Japanese diplomat, who was 72, held the IAEA’s top job since December 2009. “The secretariat of the … Continue reading UN Nuclear Watchdog Chief Amano Dies At 72

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Russian Airstrike Kills 19

  Sixteen civilians were among 19 people killed Monday in a Russian airstrike on a market in northwest Syria, a monitor said, in the latest violence to plague the opposition bastion. At least 45 other people were wounded in the air raid that hit “a wholesale vegetable market in the town of Maaret al-Numan” in … Continue reading Russian Airstrike Kills 19

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