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Borno: How dog saved dozens after it attacked a female suicide bomber at wedding party

It's only fair to share...A dog died saving dozens of people at a wedding party in Maiduguri after it attacked a suicide bomber, an official said.   The dog stopped the teenage suicide bomber from detonating her explosives in the crowd.   The dog, according to the police, belonged to a resident of the neighbourhood where the wedding took place. ...

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I can use my head to remove anything from your body says Robbery suspect

It's only fair to share...I am an Expert in Stealing – robber Dayo Skippo The operatives of Rapid Response Squad, (RRS) of Lagos State Police Command,  arrested a pick-pocket suspect who claimed to be an expert in stealing. The suspect popularly known as ‘Dayo Skippo’ after he was arrested at Ikeja-Under-Bridge told RRS decoy team in an interogation that he ...

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To eliminate corruption you will have to eliminate the totality of the human race says Dogara

It's only fair to share...I lack the English word to describe anyone who thinks he would eliminate corruption Yakubu Dogara, speaker of the House of Representatives, has said eliminating corruption will be tantamount to wiping out the human race.   The lawmaker said the scourge of corruption cannot be completely eliminated.   In an interview with Daily Trust, he said ...

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Court removes Abubakar Mahmoud as NBA President

It's only fair to share...A federal high court in Abuja has voided the 2015 constitution of the Nigeria Bar Association, NBA, through which Abubakar Mahmoud was elected as president of the association in July 2016.   The court gave the order in a suit filed by Supo Ojo, a lawyer, challenging the procedure of amending the constitution of the NBA, ...

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As 282 Nigerians die from meningitis, Kenya gets new vaccine for disease outbreak

It's only fair to share...5 persons have been killed by the disease in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital! Kenya on Friday unveiled meningitis vaccine as the debilitating bacterial disease threatens to break out in the country’s northern counties amid biting drought. The new meningitis vaccine called “Nimenrix” was developed by Pfizer, an American pharmaceutical giant and will bolster efforts to eradicate the ...

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After repeated claims of killing him, Defense Minister Mansur Dan Ali admits Shekau is alive

It's only fair to share...Nigeria’s military has claimed to have killed Shekau on multiple occasions   Nigeria’s government has said that the longtime leader of militant group Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau, is still at large, despite previous repeated claims it had killed him.   Nigerian Defense Minister Mansur Dan Ali told reporters in the capital Abuja on Tuesday that Shekau ...

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Nigeria’s new untouchables

It's only fair to share...By Clem Aguiyi | Nigeria is slipping into tyranny. Blackmail and intimidation have become official state policy. To save Nigeria we must stop thinking like APC or PDP, we must stop thinking like Northerners, Easterners or Westerners, we must stop thinking like Christians or Muslims but act like Nigerians and lovers of democracy.   The only ...

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10 kidnapped by Boko Haram terrorists during attacks on Konduga Local Government Area of Borno State

It's only fair to share...  Boko Haram terrorists attacked communities in Konduga Local Government Area of Borno State kidnapping 10 people, an official has said.   Ibrahim Abdullahi, the Commandant of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, in Borno, said the terrorists invaded Konduga and abducted four women and six youths.   Mr. Abdullahi told the News Agency ...

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17-year-old Boko Haram terrorist admits he has killed 18 people since he joined the Islamic terrorists 3 years ago [LOOK]

It's only fair to share...The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corp (NSCDC) on Tuesday paraded a 17-year-old Boko Haram suspect, who admitted killing 18 people since he joined the group three years ago.   The suspect, Ali Mustafa, said he was forced to join the deadly group when Boko Haram terrorists attacked his village in Monguno and left with many ...

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Nigerian Senate suspends RECs confirmation as protest to Buhari’s refusal to sack acting EFCC Chairman Magu

It's only fair to share...The Nigeria’s Senate has stood down the confirmation of nominees for positions of Resident Electoral Commissioners, after expressing misgivings about President Muhammadu Buhari’s refusal to sack Ibrahim Magu as acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission despite his repeated rejection by the lawmakers.   The Senators also accused some appointees of the president of ...

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