PHOTOS: Kano Government Sends Sanusi On Exile

    Dethroned Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II has been exiled by the Kano State Government.  The embattled monarch was sent on an exile to Nassarawa State. Photos obtained show the former Emir being sent on asylum amidst tight security. The former ruler of the Kano Emirate was dethroned on Monday following allegations of … Continue reading PHOTOS: Kano Government Sends Sanusi On Exile

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Valencia Plan Champions League Comeback Against  Atalanta In Empty Stadium

  Valencia will attempt an unlikely comeback without their fans on Tuesday when they play Atalanta in the Champions League behind closed doors due to the outbreak of the coronavirus. Retrieving a 4-1 defeat from the first leg in Italy was always going to be a formidable task for Valencia but looks even more so … Continue reading Valencia Plan Champions League Comeback Against  Atalanta In Empty Stadium

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BREAKING: Kano Govt Appoints Nasiru Ado Bayero As New Emir Of Bichi Emirate

  The Kano state government has announced the appointment of Nasiru Ado Bayero as the new Emir of Bichi.

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Canada Records First Coronavirus Death

  Canada has recorded its first death from the new coronavirus, health officials in the westernmost province of British Columbia announced on Monday. The victim, a senior residing at an elderly care facility, “was infected with COVID-19 (and) passed away last night,” the province’s health officer Bonnie Henry told reporters. READ ALSO: Germany Reports First … Continue reading Canada Records First Coronavirus Death

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DR Congo Hopes To Declare End To Ebola Outbreak In April

  DR Congo health officials said Monday they were “keeping fingers crossed” to declare the end of the devastating 19-month epidemic next month. While the world’s attention has been focused on the coronavirus, the last patient under treatment for Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo was discharged on Tuesday. If no more cases are … Continue reading DR Congo Hopes To Declare End To Ebola Outbreak In April

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Insecurity: Lawan Advocates Constitutional Role For Traditional Rulers

  President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan on Monday advocated for a constitutional role for traditional rulers in the fight against insurgency and other security challenges. Lawan made the call when a delegation of traditional and political leaders from Taraba state paid him a visit in his office. The delegation was at the National Assembly … Continue reading Insecurity: Lawan Advocates Constitutional Role For Traditional Rulers

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NFF Bans NPFL Matches Until Inspection Of Medical Facilities In Stadiums

  The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has insisted that no Professional League match will be played until a full inspection is done on medical facilities and personnel, as provided in the agencies Club Licensing Regulations. This follows the death of a Nasarawa United’s defender, Chineme Martins, who slumped during an NPFL clash against Katsina United … Continue reading NFF Bans NPFL Matches Until Inspection Of Medical Facilities In Stadiums

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Burkina Faso Attacks Kill 43

  At least 43 people have been killed in attacks in northern Burkina Faso, the government said on Monday, in what local sources described as apparent vigilante reprisals for jihadist violence. Burkina Faso has battled against a jihadist insurgency since 2015, but the conflict has also provoked attacks on Fulani herders who other communities accuse … Continue reading Burkina Faso Attacks Kill 43

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‘Exorcist’ Star, Swedish Screen Legend Max Von Sydow Dies At 90

  Swedish-born actor Max von Sydow, whose seven-decade career saw him go from starring in iconic art-house movies by Ingmar Bergman to appearing in English-language hits including “The Exorcist” and “Game of Thrones”, has died in France aged 90, his family said. “It is with a broken heart and with infinite sadness that we have … Continue reading ‘Exorcist’ Star, Swedish Screen Legend Max Von Sydow Dies At 90

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Seven Things You Should Know About Dethroned Emir Sanusi

  The Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II, was removed from his position on Monday after a long-running row with the state government. The Secretary to the State Government, Usman Alhaji while making the announcement on Monday said the removal was in line with the recommendation of the Kano State Public Complaint and Anti-Corruption Commission. … Continue reading Seven Things You Should Know About Dethroned Emir Sanusi

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