Despite roaring loudly Indomitable Lions fail to soar to the heights of the Super Eagles as Nigeria wins 3-2

NIGERIA'S Super Eagles have qualified for the quarter final of the ongoing African Cup of Nations after beating Cameroon's Indomitable Lions 3-2 in a topsy turvey second round match at the Alexandria Stadium.

 

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Air Peace goes international with maiden flight to Dubai in first phase of its global expansion plan

DOMESTIC airline Air Peace has commenced international operations with its inaugural flight to the Dubai/ Sharjah Airport in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) under the first phase of its expansionist programme.

 

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Senator Abbo not seen since Wednesday amid fears that he may still be in police custody

ADAMAWA North Senatorial District's lawmaker Senator Elisha Abbo missed all of this week's sitting in the National Assembly amid fears that he may still be in police custody after he was invited to come and answer questions about a recent violent assault.

 

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Biafra Nations Youth League threatens to attack the north if Igbos living there are expelled

PAN-Igbo organisation the Biafra Nations Youth League (BNYL) has threatened to force Nigerians of northern extraction out of the southeast and south-south geo-political zones if the Coalition of Northern Groups (CNG) carries out its threat against them.

 

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Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria says it will be happy to relocate to Sambisa Forest

FULANI herdsmen's body the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (Macban) has said that it would be happy to locate its members to a dedicated ranch in Sambisa Forest so long as the necessary facilities are provided there.

 

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Ekong promises Eagles will come out blazing today to make up for loss against Madagascar

SUPER Eagles centreback William Ekong has promised that the team will be looking to make up for the shock 0-2 loss to Madagascar in the group stages of the ongoing African Cup of Nations when they face Cameroon this afternoon.

 

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We seem to forget that Cain only became a nomadic wanderer after he was cursed

By Ayo Akinfe 

(1) I am surprised that despite the hundreds of thousands of clergymen and millions of churches and mosques littered across Nigeria, nobody has been able to see the parallels between our current situation and the case of Cain and Abel. We should be analysing this interesting biblical myth and use it as a template to find solutions to our current woes fuelled by the Buhari administration

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Senator Abbo detained overnight as police are forced to act over his repeated violence

ADAMAWA North Senatorial District lawmaker Senator Elisha Abbo spent last night in police custody as he was detained and grilled at the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Command over his assault on an Abuja shopkeeper earlier this year.

 

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Ohaneze Ndigbo president urges southeasterners to be prepared to defend themselves

OHANEZE Ndigbo president Dr Nnia Nwodo  has charged the people of the southeast to be ready to defend themselves from those he called war mongers in response to a recent threat from a body known as the Coalition of Northern Groups (CNG).

 

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Lagos high court orders seizure of Diezani's jewellery and customised gold iPhone valued at $40m

FORMER petroleum minister Diezani Alison-Madueke has had 149 pieces of jewellery and a customised gold iPhone valued at $40m seized from her today after a Lagos federal high court ordered their forfeiture to the federal government.

 

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