Yobe Tricycle Operators Protest Over Unlawful Arrest Of Members

It was an uneasy day in Potiskum the commercial centre of Yobe State when members of the Tricycle Riders Association staged a peaceful protest over what they call an unlawful arrest of their members by the Yobe State Road Traffic Agency (YOROTA).

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England Beat Denmark To Reach Euro 2020 Final

England fed off the energy of a passionate Wembley crowd to beat Denmark 2-1 in the Euro 2020 semi-finals on Wednesday and now stand just 90 minutes away from ending their 55-year trophy drought.

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Insecurity: Corps Members Should Undergo Compulsory Military Training – Ishaku

Taraba State Governor, Darius Ishaku, on Wednesday said as part of the country's efforts to combat insecurity, members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) should be allowed to undergo military training.

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Fire At Dubai Port After Loud Explosion

    A fire that broke out on a container ship in Dubai’s main port following a blast has been bought under control with no casualties reported, the emirate’s media office said Thursday. At least three residents in the area of the blast, the cause of which remains unknown, reported windows and doors in their … Continue reading Fire At Dubai Port After Loud Explosion

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Court Ruling Has Vindicated Me After A Very Traumatic Spell – Adeosun

  Former Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, has reacted to the court’s ruling on the case involving her participation in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). In a statement issued on Wednesday, Adeosun said the ruling vindicates her after what she described as a very traumatic spell. She described the situation as victory not only … Continue reading Court Ruling Has Vindicated Me After A Very Traumatic Spell – Adeosun

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Kaduna Assembly Bye-Election: Court Stops Swearing-In Of PDP’s Usman Alibaba

Confusion is trailing the Sabon Gari Constituency bye-election in Kaduna State, as a high court presided over by Justice K Dabo, has granted an order restraining the state House of Assembly from swearing-in Usman Alibaba of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) as the new member representing the constituency in the House of Assembly.

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Gunmen Reportedly Kill SEDI MD Simon Ndubuisi, Aide In Enugu

Gunmen have reportedly killed the Managing Director, Scientific Equipment Development Initiative (SEDI), in Enugu State, Prof. Simon Ndubuisi and his police orderly.

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Haiti President Assassinated At Home, Wife Wounded

  Haiti President Jovenel Moise was assassinated and his wife wounded early Wednesday in a gun attack at their private residence, tipping the impoverished and crisis-hit Caribbean nation into a renewed state of political uncertainty. Interim Prime Minister Claude Joseph declared a national “state of siege” and said he was now in charge of the … Continue reading Haiti President Assassinated At Home, Wife Wounded

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Federer Crashes As Djokovic Reaches 10th Wimbledon Semi-Final

    Roger Federer faced serious questions over his future on Wednesday after crashing out of Wimbledon in the quarter-finals, just five weeks shy of his 40th birthday. Eight-time Wimbledon champion and 20-time Grand Slam title winner Federer lost 6-3, 7-6 (7/4), 6-0 to a Poland’s Hubert Hurkacz, a player 15 years his junior. It … Continue reading Federer Crashes As Djokovic Reaches 10th Wimbledon Semi-Final

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Iran’s Rouhani Apologises For Power Cuts, Blames Heat

    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani apologised Wednesday for sweeping blackouts, blaming a searing drought he said had sharply driven up demand and virtually halted hydroelectric power generation. Since last week, Tehran and Iran’s other major cities have experienced frequent power outages that authorities say may continue until late July. Unconfirmed videos circulating on social … Continue reading Iran’s Rouhani Apologises For Power Cuts, Blames Heat

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