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Nnamdi Kanu warns Abia police boss that he will go after his children if anyone is shot at his parents' funeral

INDIGENOUS People of Biafra (Ipob) leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has threatened to go after the children of the Abia State police commissioner Ene Okon should there be any killings at the funeral of his parents on Friday February 14 in Afaraukwu near Umuahia.

 

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Ighalo to miss United training camp in Spain due to travel restrictions placed in Chinese visitors

ODION Ighalo will miss out on Manchester United's week-long training camp in Spain because the club fears travel restrictions will prevent him returning to England due to quarantine guidelines put in place for recent visitors to China.

 

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Nigeria is going nowhere as an economy unless we witness double digit gross domestic product growth each year for the next decade

By Ayo Akinfe

(1) I have been wracking my brains about this and each time I come to a standstill. Our national budget is only $28bn when we have an annual infrastructural deficit of $100bn, our population is growing at a rate of 6.2% a year while our economy is only growing at a rate of 1.9% and our national gross domestic product (GDP) is a pitiful $400bn when we need at least $2trn. We simply need dramatic economic growth to get out of this rut

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Anthony Joshua's next fight looks set to take place as Spurs' stadium in June against Bulgarian Pulev

WORLD heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua looks set to defend his titles against Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev at north London's Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in June in what will be his first defence since winning his belts back in December.

 

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Tension mounts in Umuahia ahead of the burial of Nnamdi Kanu's parents next Friday

MEMBERS of the Indigenous People of Biafra (Ipob) have warned the Nigerian Army to stay away from the Afaraukwu community in Umuahia North Local Government Area next Friday when they bury the parents of their leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

 

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Lai Mohammed says Kwara should join Amotekun initiative because it is a Yoruba state

NIGERIA'S information minister Alhaji Lai Mohammed has added his voice to the growing debate about the southwestern security operation Amotekun saying his native Kwara State should be part of the project.

 

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Other states brace themselves for a massive influx of Okada drivers as Lagos ban bites hard

NUMEROUS states across Nigeria are bracing themselves for a massive influx of motorcycle taxi drivers over the coming weeks following the recent ban placed on them by the Lagos State government that has made thousands of people unemployed.

 

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English Premier League giants Newcastle consider bid for Super Eagles winger Simon Moses

ENGLISH Premier League giants Newcastle United are planning an audacious bid for Super Eagles winger Simon Moses in the summer in a transfer deal that is likely to cost the club a €17m transfer fee.

 

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Nigeria as an economy has never really got going when it comes to the mass production of consumer goods

By Ayo Akinfe

(1) Like every other economy in the world, Nigeria lives at the mercy of supply and demand fundamentals. We are thus particularly vulnerable to inflation as with a population of 200m, there is always going to be a massive demand for consumer goods

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