Niger Delta militants threaten to shut down oil production if north disrupts Osinbajo restructuring plans

NIGER Delta militants have threatened to blow up oil pipelines and disrupt the flow of crude to northern Nigeria if the elite from the region derail plans by acting president Professor Yemi Osinbajo to restructure the country.

 

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Vocational charity Above All Things Feed the Nation launched in bid to fill diasporan skills gap

DOZENS of members of the Nigerian community in the UK gathered for the launch of non-governmental organisation Above All Things Feed the Nation (AATFTN) founded to help equip Nigerians with vocational skills.

 

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Dozens of UK diasporans gather at Planet Nollywood in London to raise funds for good causes

DOZENS of Nigerians across the UK participated in a first-ever fundraising charity birthday event in London yesterday that saw the Dayo Olomu Foundation (DOF) raise £1,000 for two disability non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

 

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Yobe State provides 2,500 hectares of land for Fulani herdsmen to address communal clashes problem

YOBE State government has provided the federal government with 2,500 hectares of land to establishment a grazing reserve as part of an initiative to address the ongoing menace of Fulani cattle herdsmen rampaging across the country.

 

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Super Eagles first choice goalkeeper Carl Ikeme looks set to return to action against Cameroon

SUPER Eagles manager Gernot Rohr has expressed relief that goalkeeper Carl Ikeme has returned from injury and will now be available for the World Cup qualifiers against Cameroon after being out of action for two months.

 

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Buhari comes under attack from civil society groups for delivering his annual Sallah address in Hausa

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has come under attack for delivering his annual Sallah message to Nigerians in the Hausa language from his sick bed in London in what has been described as a divisive move.

 

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Community leaders and gender equality campaigners launch forum for ethnic minority women in politics

DOZENS of gender equality activists gathered in central London last night for the launch of the Forum for African Afro-Caribbean and Asian Women in Politics (Fawp) aimed at encouraging ethnic minority fames to get engaged in the political process.

 

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Evans reveals that prominent businessmen across the southeast provided him with information

NOTORIOUS kidnapper Chukwudumeje Onwuamadike popularly known as Evans has revealed that prominent businessmen across southeastern Nigeria regularly provided him with information on victims and shared the proceeds of the ransoms he received.

 

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Dino Melaye drags Inec to court asking that the recall process initiated against him be stopped

KOGI West's Senator Dino Melaye has dragged the Independent National Electoral Commission (Inec) to court in an attempt to prevent it from proceeding with moves to get him recalled from the National Assembly.

 

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EU ambassador forecasts that Nigeria will become the world's third largest economy by 2050

NIGERIA is poised to become the world's third largest economy by 2050 according to the European Union's (EU) ambassador to the Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas) Michel Arrion.

 

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