Be More Tolerant Of Competition, Buhari Urges South Africans And Nigerians

      President Muhammadu Buhari Thursday in Pretoria, South Africa, called for more tolerance, vigilance and heightened security in countries to ensure safety of citizens, noting that competition heralded by globalization, especially with ease in migration, will only get more intense for businesses. Responding to questions during a press conference at the Union Building, … Continue reading Be More Tolerant Of Competition, Buhari Urges South Africans And Nigerians

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Border Closure: There Is Organised Pressure To Blackmail FG – Oshiomhole

  The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Mr Adams Oshiomhole, says there is an organized pressure to blackmail the Federal Government following the closure of the nation’s borders. Oshiomhole stated this on Thursday when he visited the Comptroller General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Col Hameed Ali (retired) at the service headquarters … Continue reading Border Closure: There Is Organised Pressure To Blackmail FG – Oshiomhole

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We’ve Created Stable Environment For Business, Says Sanwo-Olu

  Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State says his administration has created a stable environment for businesses to strive. The governor who spoke on Thursday at the Turkey-Nigeria Business Roundtable held in Victoria Island said the state government would remain open and willing to partner with investors in any sector of interest. Sanwo-Olu believes there … Continue reading We’ve Created Stable Environment For Business, Says Sanwo-Olu

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Security Council To Hold Talks Over North Korea Missile Test

  The UN Security Council is expected to hold-closed door talks on North Korea’s test of a sea-launched missile, as European powers push for the world body to keep up the pressure on Pyongyang, diplomats said Thursday. North Korea claimed to have entered a new phase in its defense capability with the test Wednesday of … Continue reading Security Council To Hold Talks Over North Korea Missile Test

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BREAKING: Nigeria’s Olympic Silver Medalist, Isaac Promise Dies At 31

  Nigerian football international, Isaac Promise Isaac, has died. Promise who captained Nigeria to the 2008 Olympic silver medal and scored 79 goals in 11 professional seasons in Turkey, died late Wednesday after collapsing at his apartment gym in Austin, Texas, authorities said. At the time of his death Isaac Promise was aged 31. The … Continue reading BREAKING: Nigeria’s Olympic Silver Medalist, Isaac Promise Dies At 31

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Salah ‘Must Rest’, Says Egypt Coach

  Liverpool star Mohamed Salah “must rest” and will miss Egypt’s friendly against Botswana on October 14, national team coach Hossam El Badry said Thursday. The announcement came days after Salah raised eyebrows by changing his Twitter bio to say he only played for Liverpool, removing any mention of his affiliation to Egypt. Salah finished … Continue reading Salah ‘Must Rest’, Says Egypt Coach

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Xenophobia: You Cannot Control South African Mindset – APC Chieftain

  A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, Mr Sunny Moniedafe says it is difficult to control the mindset of South Africans regarding how they treat Nigerians and other foreigners living and doing business in their country. Moniedafe stated this on Thursday during an interview on Channels Television’s Lunchtime Politics. “You cannot control every single … Continue reading Xenophobia: You Cannot Control South African Mindset – APC Chieftain

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Five Key Points Of UK’s New Brexit Proposals

  British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has written to European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker outlining proposals that could lead to a revised divorce deal between London and Brussels. Here are five key points in Johnson’s plan, which revolves around arrangements on the border between Northern Ireland — part of the United Kingdom — and EU … Continue reading Five Key Points Of UK’s New Brexit Proposals

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28 Killed In Iraq Bloody Protests

  Thousands of protesters clashed with riot police in Iraq’s capital and across the south on Thursday, the third day of mass rallies that have left 28 dead. Defying curfews, tear gas and live rounds, they gathered by truckfuls to vent their anger against corruption, unemployment and poor services in the biggest challenge yet to … Continue reading 28 Killed In Iraq Bloody Protests

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Missing N35m: JAMB Officials Tried to Bribe Auditor, Says Witness

  A witness, Patrick Obilo has revealed how two Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) officials tried to prevent an auditor from carrying out a financial audit of JAMB Makurdi zonal office by offering him a bribe. Obilo told the court that the officials involved  – Samuel Saleh Umoru, Chief accounting officer of the Zonal … Continue reading Missing N35m: JAMB Officials Tried to Bribe Auditor, Says Witness

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