Inec publishes timetable as move to recall Senator Dino Melaye from National Assembly gathers pace

KOGI West's Senator Dino Melaye ongoing political saga took a turn for the worse yesterday when the Independent National Electoral Commission (Inec) published a proposed timetable for his recall from the National Assembly.

 

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Nigerian community in Oxfordshire and Canuk participate in Cowley Road Festival

HUNDREDS of Nigerians in the Oxfordshire area took to the streets yesterday to celebrate the Cowley Road Festival in conjunction with the diaspora umbrella body the Central Association of Nigerians in the UK (Canuk).

 

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Housewife offers husband N120,000 to dissolve their marriage after five years of childlessness

KWARA State housewife Seliat Abeeb offered to refund her husband the bride price and an addition severance sum adding up to a total of N120,000 (£260) to allow for the dissolution of her marriage which hit the rocks due to the fact that they cannot have children.

 

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Igbo elders distance themselves from Biafra declaring their support for a united Nigeria and call for restructuring

IGBO leaders from across southeast Nigeria formally declared their support for the restructuring of the country insisting that the process must be on the basis of fairness and equality but have reaffirmed their commitment to a united Nigeria and eschewed secession.

 

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Boko Haram publishes new video showing its members celebrating Sallah in Sambisa Forest

BOKO Haram has published a recent Youtube video showing hundreds of its members celebrating the recent Sallah festivities in Sambisa Forest where they observed prayers to mark the end of the Muslim Ramadan fasting period.

 

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Middle Belt Forum warns Hausa-Fulani's that it will not join them in an Arewa Republic should Nigeria split

FORMER information minister Professor Jerry Gana has warned hardline Hausa-Fulani secessionists that in the event of Nigeria ever being broken up the Middle Belt will not join them in an Arewa Republic.

 

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Hadjia Buhari arrives in London tomorrow to pay another visit to her ailing husband

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari's wife Hadjia Aisha Buhari will arrive in the UK tomorrow to visit her sick husband who has been receiving treatment at a London hospital since leaving Nigeria on May 7.

 

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Canuk to organise community reach out programme on July 7 and visit to Oxfordshire this weekend

UMBRELLA diaspora body the Central Association of Nigerians in the UK (Canuk) plans to organise a get-together with the local community at the high commission on July 7 as part of its ongoing reach-out programme.

 

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Ohaneze Ndigbo distances itself from Nnamdi Kanu's call for a boycott of Anambra elections

PAN-Igbo socio-cultural organisation Ohaneze Ndigbo has disassociated itself from Indigenous People of Biafra (Ipob) leader Nnamdi Kanu over his recent calls for a boycott of the forthcoming governorship elections in Anambra State.

 

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APC debunks claims Buhari is on a life support machine saying he is recovering in London hospital

NIGERIA'S ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has denied reports that President Muhammadu Buhari is in a coma revealing that he is recovering from his long-term illness in a London hospital.

 

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