World heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua considers staging his next fight in Nigeria

WORLD heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua may get to realise his long-held dream of defending his title in Nigeria after promoter Eddie Hearn revealed that it is possible that the planned rematch with Vladimir Klitschko could take place in Lagos.

 

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Buhari hits out at ambitious political hawks asking them to back acting president Osinbajo

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has lashed out at the political hawks jostling for his job asking them to forget about their ambitions and throw their weight behind acting president Professor Yemi Osinbajo who is currently running the country.

 

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Jeremy Corbyn's stunning Mexican wife steps out of the shadow as Downing Street looks within reach

LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn's wife has stepped out of the shadows a few days to the general election appearing by her husband's side at several campaign rallies abandoning her stance of maintaining a low public profile and remaining in the shadows.

 

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London lawyer Seye Aina becomes first ever female British Nigeria Law Forum chairperson

DIASPORAN legal professional body the British Nigeria Law Forum (BNLF) has elected its first ever female chairperson when London lawyer Seye Aina was voted to head the association following its annual general meeting yesterday.

 

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Newly elected Canuk executive committee pays courtesy call on Nigerian high commissioner

MEMBERS of the newly-sworn-in executive committee of the Central Association of Nigerians in the UK (Canuk) paid their first courtesy call on the acting high commissioner Simon Ogah yesterday at the high commission in London.

 

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Raymond Dokpesi leads former PDP members to launch new party called Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance

SEVERAL members of Nigeria's leading Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and other members of the opposition have teamed up to form a new association known as the Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance (Apda).

 

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EU health officials reject five Nigerian food product exports over food safety concerns

EUROPEAN Union (EU) health officials rejected 24 Nigerian food items during the course of 2016 because they failed to meet the community set standards according to recent data just released by the National Agency for Food And Drug Administration and Control (Nafdac).

 

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Eagles head coach Rohr clashes with Muslim players over fasting ahead of South Africa game

SUPER Eagles head coach Gernot Rohr has become involved with several of his players over their decision to observe the Ramadan fast this week while the team prepares for a crucial African Cup of Nations qualifier against South Africa.

 

On Saturday June 10, the Eagles face Bafana Bafana in a crunch game at the Godswill Akpabio Stadium in Uyo and coach Rohr is eager to have all his players fully fit for the encounter. However, the Muslim members of the squad will want to fast on the day, which Mr Rohr fears may affect their performance.

 

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Yoruba Council of Elders Europe and North America swears-in its executive at London AGM

DIASPORAN cultural organisation the Yoruba Council of Elders (YCE) Europe and North America held its annual general meeting (AGM) in London over the weekend during which it swore-in its officials and committed itself to upholding the values of Nigeria's founding fathers.

 

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Ango Abdullahi says federal government must deal with Biafran agitation firmly

NORTHERN Elders Forum (Nef) spokesperson and former Ahmadu Bello University vice chancellor Professor Ango Abdullahi has said that the federal government should deal with the issue of Biafran agitation firmly and not tolerate any constitutional breach.

 

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