NIMC advises Nigerians to obtain national identification numbers

NIMC advises Nigerians to obtain national identification numbers

The Director-General of the National Identity Management Commission, Mr. Aliyu Aziz, has advised Nigerians and other residents in the country, to get their National Identification Numbers. Aziz said in a statement on Friday in Lagos that Nigerians should regard the NIN as a most crucial feature of their lives since it was the unique identifier [&#8...
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‘US, UK biggest recipients of looted funds from Nigeria’

‘US, UK biggest recipients of looted funds from Nigeria’

Mr Mathew Page, former United States intelligence community’s top expert on Nigeria has said that the U.S. and the United Kingdom are the biggest recipients of funds looted from Nigeria. Page, a senior policymaker at the White House, State Department, Defens...
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Man beheads 59-year-old mother over food

The Ugandan police are in search of a man, Molly Ekwang who was alleged to have killed his 59-year-old mother over food on Wednesday night. The police spokesperson, Mr David Ongom Mudong, confirmed to Daily Monitor in a phone interview that the 20-year-old s...
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European business deals with Iran are safe: Tillerson

European business deals with Iran are safe: Tillerson

Tillerson, speaking one week after President Donald Trump refused to certify the Iran nuclear deal and left its fate to the US Congress, said that he would address European allies' business concerns. ...
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‘Underwear bomber’ sues US Justice Department over maltreatment, force-feeding in prison

‘Underwear bomber’ sues US Justice Department over maltreatment, force-feeding in prison

A Nigerian man serving multiple life sentences in the United States for trying to bomb a plane has sued the U.S. Justice Department, Federal Bureau of Prisons and Attorney General Jeff Sessions for denying him free speech and religious rights. Umar Farouk Abdu...
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Nigerians trust Buhari, president’s aide replies Jonathan

Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina, on Friday said Nigerians did not protest when the present administration increased the pump price of petrol to N145 per litre because of the trust they have ...
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President honours 14-year-old girl who died saving students in fire tragedy

President honours 14-year-old girl who died saving students in fire tragedy

The Kenyan President, Uhuru Kenyatta, has given a 14-year-old girl, Mary Mokaya a posthumous award as a national heroine. According to KenyanTuko, Mary died while saving her colleagues when a mysterious fire engulfed their dormitory at Moi Girls High School Na...
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Kebbi Accountant-General, Dakingari, sentenced to 70 years imprisonment for fraud

Kebbi Accountant-General, Dakingari, sentenced to 70 years imprisonment for fraud

Kebbi State Accountant-General, Mohammed Dakingari, has been sentenced to 70 years imprisonment for fraud. The Court of Appeal sitting in Kebbi on Friday found Dakingari guilty of N1.6bn fraud and overruled an earlier judgment of the state High Court which di...
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Independence: 1,200 firms moved headquarters out of Catalonia

Independence: 1,200 firms moved headquarters out of Catalonia

Nearly 1,200 companies of all sizes have shifted their legal headquarters out of Catalonia to other parts of Spain since the region held a banned independence referendum, Spain’s commercial registrar said Friday. Between October 2, the day after the cont...
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Psychological effect of paying pension to Biafran police

Psychological effect of paying pension to Biafran police

By accepting an Igbo running mate and granting pardon to Dim Chukwuemeka Ojukwu in 1981, former President Shehu Shagari showed commitment to Gowon’s 3R – reconciliation, rehabilitation and reintegration –which The post Psychological effect of paying pens...
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