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Asaba agog as Obi supporters take over major roads

Thousands of Labour Party (LP) supporters known as “Obidients” on Saturday shut down Asaba, the Delta capital, during a rally to drum support for its 2023 Presidential candidate, Mr Peter Obi.
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Nigeria needs freedom from terrorism, poverty – Sanwo-Olu

Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State on Saturday said even after 62 years of independence, Nigeria is still striving to attain freedom from terrorism and poverty.
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ASUU strike will end permanently when more private varsities emerge, says Imumolen

Professor Christopher Imumolen, the presidential candidate of Accord Party, has called on the Nigerian authorities to reduce the stiffness surrounding the regulation of the crucial sector to allow private player inject excellence Imumolen gave this advice while lamenting the lingering industrial action of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) at the DBI Institute, Cappa,
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Ortom cries foul over unexecuted contract for dredging of River Benue

Gov. Samuel Ortom of Benue on Saturday charged National Assembly members of the state’s extraction to revisit a contract awarded by deceased President Umaru Yar’Adua for the dredging of River Benue but was not executed.
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Okowa, Aldolphus Wabara optimistic about resolving PDP crises

The vice-presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Delta’s Gov. Ifeanyi Okowa says the crisis within the party would soon be resolved.
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Fire Service recovers two bodies from Ilorin river

The Kwara Fire Service says it has recovered two corpses after a vehicle plunged into a river at Akerebiata area in Ilorin.
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Nigeria will be great despite challenges, says CAN President

Archbishop Daniel Okoh, President, Christian Association of Nigeria, and Co-chairman, Nigeria Interreligious Council, says Nigeria will be great if the citizens remain steadfast and prayerful
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NEMA confirms 1 dead, 651,000 displaced in Anambra flood

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has confirmed the death of one Ginikanwa Izuoba in the Enugu-Otu, Aguleri flood.
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Experts harp on waste recycling for a safer, healthier environment

The need to keep the environment healthy in order to ensure a healthier and sustainable world resonated at the Dawn Project prize-giving event held in Lagos recently. Themed ‘Recycle for Sustainability: Making a Difference in Our Climate and Our Lives’, the event was organised by the Dawn Project, an environmental conservation organization dedicated to addressing
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Don’t lose hope in Nigeria, CAN President urges Nigerians

President, of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), His Eminence Archbishop Daniel Okoh, has urged Nigerians not to lose hope in the country but rather, maintain with great enthusiasm the expectations that Nigeria would become a great nation that would be the pride of Africa and indeed a black man.
President, of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), His Eminence Archbishop Daniel Okoh, has urged Nigerians not to lose hope in the country but rather, maintain with great enthusiasm the expectations that Nigeria would become a great nation that would be the pride of Africa and indeed a black man.
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