Trump Fires US Prosecutor Who Investigated His Allies

    A high-profile US prosecutor who investigated allies of Donald Trump has been fired by the president after refusing to quit his job, Attorney General William Barr said Saturday. Geoffrey Berman, who was head of the powerful Southern District of New York attorney’s office, had refused to step down despite Barr’s announcement late Friday … Continue reading Trump Fires US Prosecutor Who Investigated His Allies

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Nigerian Embassy Staff Quarters In Ghana Demolished

    Some portion of the staff quarters of the Nigerian High Commission in Ghana has been demolished. The demolition exercise was said to have been carried out late Friday, although the Nigerian government has yet to react to the incident. A source at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs revealed that a businessman had claimed … Continue reading Nigerian Embassy Staff Quarters In Ghana Demolished

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PDP Governors Assure Obaseki Of Level Playing Field

    The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Governors’ Forum has assured Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, and his teeming supporters of accommodation and a level playing field. This follows the governor’s defection to the PDP from the All Progressives Congress (APC), ahead of the September 19 governorship election in Edo State. On behalf of his … Continue reading PDP Governors Assure Obaseki Of Level Playing Field

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Troops Kill Three Bandits, Rescue Missing Herder In Plateau

    Troops attached to Operation Safe Haven have killed three bandits during an operation conducted at Qua’an Pan Local Government Area (LGA) of Plateau State. The Coordinator of Defence Media Operations, Major General John Enenche, disclosed this in a statement on Saturday. He explained that the soldiers recorded the feat in continuation of the … Continue reading Troops Kill Three Bandits, Rescue Missing Herder In Plateau

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Some Edo APC Officials Announce Lifting Of Suspension On Oshiomhole

    Some officials of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Etsako West Ward 10 have announced the lifting of the suspension imposed on the national chairman of the party, Adams Oshiomhole. The secretary of the ward, Emuakemeh Sule, made the announcement on behalfof his colleagues on Saturday while addressing a news conference at the … Continue reading Some Edo APC Officials Announce Lifting Of Suspension On Oshiomhole

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Watford Snatch Late Point As Liverpool Prepare For Title Push

  Premier League strugglers Watford rescued a dramatic 1-1 draw against Leicester thanks to Craig Dawson’s last-gasp overhead kick at the start of a weekend which could see Liverpool move within one win of the title. In the first full weekend of English top-flight matches since the coronavirus shutdown in March, Watford’s hopes of avoiding … Continue reading Watford Snatch Late Point As Liverpool Prepare For Title Push

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Arsenal Keeper Leno Stretchered Off In Agony Off At Brighton

  Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno was stretchered off after suffering a potentially serious injury during the first half of his side’s Premier League clash at Brighton on Saturday. Leno screamed in pain after sliding awkwardly when he came to collect the ball just inside his own penalty area. The German seemed to twist his knee … Continue reading Arsenal Keeper Leno Stretchered Off In Agony Off At Brighton

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Jigawa Says It Is Left With One Active COVID-19 Case, Opens Border To Kano, Bauchi

  The Jigawa state government on Saturday said it now has only one active COVID-19 case in its isolation centres after 316 other patients recovered. Governor Badaru Abubakar confirmed this in a press briefing at the State House in Dutse, the state capital. Abubakar also said his government was suspending the border closure with the … Continue reading Jigawa Says It Is Left With One Active COVID-19 Case, Opens Border To Kano, Bauchi

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France To Allow Up To 5,000 Spectators In Sports Stadiums

  Up to 5,000 spectators will be allowed to attend sports events in stadiums in France when they re-open on July 11, the French government announced on Saturday. The limit applies to “big events, stadiums and concert halls”, the government said, but it may be raised later in the summer. “A review of the national … Continue reading France To Allow Up To 5,000 Spectators In Sports Stadiums

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Call Us The ‘Asterik Champions’, Klopp Says As Liverpool Push For Title

  Liverpool can move within touching distance of the Premier League title when the runaway leaders face Everton on Sunday, while the relegation battle will be in the spotlight in the first full weekend of top-flight action since the coronavirus outbreak. Jurgen Klopp’s side will play for the first time since the Premier League was … Continue reading Call Us The ‘Asterik Champions’, Klopp Says As Liverpool Push For Title

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