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#BankWars: Nigerian Banks Shade The Heck Out Of Each Other On Twitter

Nobody has plan to Islamise Nigeria, Onaiyekan tells Christians

It appears that Sterling Bank has ignited an online feud between Nigerian banks as a tweet from Sterling Bank seemed to take a stab at rival Nigerian banks. The tweet has ignited tweet responses from rival banks and has engulfed twitter Nigeria with many seeing the fun side of the banter. The tweet read, “Shoot […]
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Ward Devt C’ttees: Edo Govt, Orhionmwon LGA identify priority projects

Following the inauguration of Ward Development Committees in Orhionmwon Local Government Area, by the Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, officials of the state government have commenced engagement with community leaders, resulting in the identification of the need for a skills center by indigenes and residents of Okogbo in Ukpato Ward of the local council.
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CAC cleric thanks God for sparing his life

CAC cleric thanks God for sparing his life

THE Zonal Superintendent of Christ Apostolic Church (CAC), Olodi Apapa, Lagos, Pastor Peter Agboola recently marked his 70th birthday anniversary, expressing gratitude to God for the grace to be alive.
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Malawi’s Vice president sets up own party, attacks President

Malawi’s Vice president sets up own party, attacks President

Malawi’s vice-president Saulos Chilima, has set up his own political party on Saturday to run against the government in elections next year, persisting in his public attack on President Peter Mutharika’s cabinet. Chilima, 45, was handpicked Mutharika to run alongside him in 2014 on the Democratic People’s Party ticket. But Chilima quit the DPP last […] …

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