Nigeria news today headlines update Friday 19th April 2019
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Islamic State on Thursday, April 18 claimed that it killed Congolese soldiers in an attack in Kamango near the border between Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda, according to The defensepost.com reports. A message posted by its Amaq propaganda agency said there were Congolese army “dead and wounded” following an attack by ISIS fighters in […]
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A week after the fall of Omar al-Bashir the street protests in the heart of Khartoum are as loud and energetic as ever, according to Bbc.com reports. In the searing heat, the music and the speeches blare from the banks of speakers as the people who have already achieved so much in Sudan push for […]
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A senior government official says Afghan-to-Afghan peace talks are in jeopardy. The talks scheduled for Friday between Afghan and Taliban officials at the same table for the first time have been considered a significant first step toward finding a negotiated end to Afghanistan’s protracted war. The senior official says negotiations went awry after President Ashraf […]
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ADO -EKITI – The Olu of Iyemero, Oba Ebenezer Ogungbemi and the police authorities have disagreed over the actual cause of the killings of people in the area . While the monarch had maintained that two persons were killed in the attack allegedly carried out by suspected Fulani herders in a farmstead under the town ,the […]
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The Magistrate court of Lagos State, Igbosere has sentenced one 28 year old Timothy Jacob to 6 months imprisonment on a three-count charge of conspiracy, willful and unlawful damage and attempted theft of armored cables belonging to Eko Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC) on Tuesday April 16, 2019. According to a statement released by Eko Electricity […]
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LAGOS – AMBSAM Foundation has called on government and well meaning Nigerians to support the course of building the first Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Centre (CPR) in Epe to cater for people who drown in river or has heart attack. AMBSAM is the acronyms of the names of the deceased; Adewale, Mogaji, Bello, Salau, Agoro, Mogaji. Coordinator of […]
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LAGOS – Two years after the protracted ‘royal rumble’ between Oba Saliu Adetunji,the Olubadan of Ibadan and the high chiefs over the elevation of the latter to beaded crown-wearing kings by the outgoing governor of Oyo state,Abiola Ajimobi,it seems there is no end in sight to the squabbles among the actors in the crisis. Ajimobi, on […]
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LAGOS – The new monarch of Ojodu-Abiodun community in Ogun State, His Royal Highness, Oba Samuel Olusegun Shobowale Benson, the Olojodu of Ojoduland, the Onigbakule Lubajo1, has declared that his emergence will usher in development t the area, which he said had been lacking social amenities. Speaking to newsmen in his community, he said: “My people […]
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IBADAN – In the bid to further promote vocational training among youths in Oyo state, the state’s Board for Technical and Vocational Education (BOTAVED), has given approval to Pixels International Academy. Pixels International Academy is an Ibadan – based creative school founded by Pixels Digital Photography, to give vocational training to Nigerians who want to build […]
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Dozens of relatives of the 157 people who died in the Ethiopian Airlines crash have gathered to end 40 days of mourning according to Ethiopian Orthodox tradition, according to Abcnews.go.com reports. Families held victims photos or flags representing their 35 nationalities. Many wore black. The March 10 crash occurred shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa […]
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