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Elections: PDP reopens campaigns, says INEC erred in its prohibition directive

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Sunday resolved to reopen its open campaigns consequent upon the postponement of Presidential and National Assembly elections by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). PDP said the decision was reached after due consideration of the provision of the Electoral Act following the rescheduled elections from the earlier scheduled date of […]
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Ex-BBN housemates endorse Heritage Bank’s Octopus for seamless operations

THE Heritage Bank’s revolutionary advanced intelligent digital experience, known as Octopus has been endorsed by the 2018 Big Brother Double Wahala (season-3) housemates for its ground breaking innovative solution, crafted to meet the demands of an ever-growing active population with the aim to create and transfer wealth to stakeholders.
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Mourinho open to working in France

Jose Mourinho said he could see himself coaching in France as he attended Sunday’s 0-0 draw between Lille and Montpellier to reportedly cast an eye over Ivorian star Nicolas Pepe.
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Police dismiss alleged herdsmen attack on Enugu community

The Enugu State Command of the Nigeria Police Force has dismissed a report published on February 15, 2018, titled “Herdsmen kill Enugu house wife, abduct cleric”, saying  that investigation carried out revealed that the unfortunate murder that occurred at Amofia Affa in Udi Local Government Area of Enugu State was as a result of attack by armed robbers and not herdsmen as was erroneously presented by the reporter.
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Kajuru killings: We won’t take laws into our hands, but enough is enough, Fulani youths warn

Kajuru killings: We won’t take laws into our hands, but enough is enough, Fulani youths warn

 Noah Ebije, Kaduna Following the killings of 66 persons during a communal clash in Kajuru Local Government Area of Kaduna State about a week ago, Fulani youths across the country have pledged not to take the laws into their hands but warned that enough is enough of the killing of their people in the area. […]
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