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RCCG faces being dragged to court by its members who were defrauded in an Abuja property scheme

LEADERS of one of Nigeria's largest pentecostal churches the Christian Church of God (RCCG) face being dragged to court by their members over fraudulent dealings in a property purchase programme that involved many parishioners being fleeced off.



Dame Patience Jonathan writes to National assembly claiming EFCC is trying to assassinate her

FORMER first last lady Dame Patience Jonathan has accused the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) of hiring assassins to kill her in a letter she wrote to the National Assembly asking it to protect her.



Process to recall Dino Melaye from senate gathers pace as Inec posts notices at its Lokoja office

KOGI West's Senator Dino Melaye's battle against being recalled from the senate intensified yesterday after the Independent National Electoral Commission (Inec) published the notice of verification to begin the recall process.



Ohaneze Ndigbo warns Ipob and Igbo youths that their clamour for Biafra risks another war

OHANEZE Ndigbo has warned Igbo youths currently clamouring for the recreation of the independent state of Biafra of the dangers what they are demanding pointing out that they are veering towards the calamity of war.



Kelechi Iheanacho looks set to join Leicester City after Foxes and Man City agree £25m transfer fee

SUPER Eagles striker Kelechi Iheanacho looks all set to line up for Leicester City next season alongside compatriots Ahmed Musa and Wilfred Ndidi after the club agreed to a £25m transfer fee with Manchester City.



Lagos Island, Victoria and Lekki neighbourhoods to face severe power cuts over recent flooding

RESIDENTS of the high brow areas of Lagos metropolis affected by the recent heavy flooding face the threat of major power loss after the local electricity company revealed that the crisis could result in major disruptions.



Progressives Leaders Association opens Igbo language school in South Africa

NDIGBO children in South Africa can now be taught in Igbo language after the Progressives Leaders Association (Pila) decided to open a school in the country and has already enrolled 16 pupils in its first intake.


Pila is an organisation which sponsors an Igbo language school in the US and now is expanding its base. Chima Umealo, the coordinator of Pila in South Africa, said the group’s aim was to secure the Igbo language and ensure it would not be extinct.


Two Chibok girls visit White House where they read out a letter to President Trump

TWO of the freed Government Girls Secondary Chibok pupils who escaped from the custody of Boko Haram when their classmates were abducted in April 2014 were hosted by President Donald Trump over the weekend.



Katsina man remanded in custody for hypnotising and having carnal knowledge of seven married women

KATSINA Senior Magistrates Court has remanded Sani Idris of Maska village in Funtua Local Government Area in custody after he was arraigned for allegedly hypnotising and having sexual intercourse with seven married women.



Church of England to vote on holding special services for transgenders at it general synod

BRITAIN's Church of England’s governing body is due to vote on whether special services should be held for transgender people as part of its ongoing programme to reach out to marginalised groups and attract more worshippers.




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