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    1. Big match feature: Congo vs Nigeria - SuperSport


      Big match feature: Congo vs Nigeria
      It is up to you, individually and collectively, to give your best to clinch the qualification on Sunday. “Make all the sacrifices. We have everything to gain by sending Nigeria packing and keep the momentum going, we can achieve a great feat.” he said ...
      Congolese stadium officials disrupt Nigeria U23 trainingGoal.com
      Congolese officials disrupt Nigeria's preparation for qualifierDailyPost Nigeria
      We Are Coming to Attack, Nigeria Warn CongoAllAfrica.com

      all 66 news articles »

    2. Seattle striker Obafemi Martins open to Nigeria return - BBC Sport

      BBC Sport

      Seattle striker Obafemi Martins open to Nigeria return
      BBC Sport
      Seattle striker Obafemi Martins open to Nigeria return. By Oluwashina Okeleji BBC Sport, Lagos. Seattle Sounders striker Obafemi Martins has not ruled out a Nigeria return, but admitted he is focusing on his MLS club career. Martins was called up just ...

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    3. Nigeria Army reviews cases of soldiers sentenced to death, life imprisonment ... - Premium Times


      Nigeria Army reviews cases of soldiers sentenced to death, life imprisonment ...
      Premium Times
      The Nigerian Army on Sunday announced that it is reviewing the cases of all soldiers who were disciplined for various offences. Dozens of soldiers have been sentenced to death, life imprisonment and other punishment for various offences including ...
      Nigerian Army Reviewing Cases Of Dismissed SoldiersSaharaReporters.com
      UN Pledges Support For Nigeria Against InsurgencyCHANNELS TELEVISION
      Nigerian Army To Review Cases Of Detained, Dismissed, Sentenced SoldiersNAIJ.COM

      all 13 news articles »

    4. Why FG's Operation Light Up Rural Nigeria Failed - THISDAY Live

      Why FG's Operation Light Up Rural Nigeria Failed
      THISDAY Live
      The federal government's planned rural electrification project tagged 'Operation Light Up Rural Nigeria', which was unveiled by former President Goodluck Jonathan in January 2014 got stalled, because many Nigerians especially those living in the rural ...

      and more »

    5. US indicts Nigeria of using children to fight Boko Haram - DailyPost Nigeria

      DailyPost Nigeria

      US indicts Nigeria of using children to fight Boko Haram
      DailyPost Nigeria
      20071010_all-the-invisible-children-still-2_0 United States' government has accused Civilian JTF of recruiting children to fight Boko Haram insurgents, adding that Nigeria also remains a source, transit and destination country for women and children ...

      and more »

    6. Hearts: Nigeria's Juwon Oshaniwa completes Tynecastle switch - BBC Sport

      BBC Sport

      Hearts: Nigeria's Juwon Oshaniwa completes Tynecastle switch
      BBC Sport
      Nigeria left-back Juwon Oshaniwa has signed for Hearts on a three-year contract saying he is advancing his career by moving to Scottish football. The 24-year-old World Cup defender has spent the last three years with Ironi Ashdod in Israel's Premier ...

      and more »

    7. Don't traffic foreign currencies, CBN warns Nigerian banks - Premium Times

      Don't traffic foreign currencies, CBN warns Nigerian banks
      Premium Times
      Describing the GFI's report as “avoidable negative commentary on the Nigerian banking system”, the Central Bank said it was stepping up its vigilance to ensure that Nigerian banks were not being used as conduits to facilitate illegal foreign currencies ...

      and more »

    8. Suicide bomber kills 10 at Maiduguri market in north Nigeria - U.S. News & World Report

      U.S. News & World Report

      Suicide bomber kills 10 at Maiduguri market in north Nigeria
      U.S. News & World Report
      Red cross officials carry a body at the site of a bomb explosion in Maiduguri, Nigeria, Friday, July 31, 2015 . A woman suicide bomber killed many people at a crowded market early Friday in a blast that thundered across the northeastern Nigerian city ...
      Suicide bomber kills six, injures 11 in Nigeria market: NEMAReuters
      Nigeria attacks kill 16 as force chief promises to crush Boko HaramNews24
      A Nigerian general is leading a multi-national army against Boko HaramBusiness Insider
      Daily Mail
      all 983 news articles »

    9. SSS arrests over 20 kidnappers across Nigeria - Premium Times

      Premium Times

      SSS arrests over 20 kidnappers across Nigeria
      Premium Times
      Similarly, one Akeem Bello, a lance-corporal who deserted his unit in the Nigerian Army, while deployed in Maiduguri, to join vampire's kidnap gang, was also apprehended by the Service. “On July 19-20, 2015, at various locations in Danko-Wasagu LGA of ...

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    10. Walmart is planning to open retail outlets in Nigeria - Quartz

      The Guardian Nigeria

      Walmart is planning to open retail outlets in Nigeria
      Walmart has had business operations in Nigeria, and 12 other African countries, since 2011 when it bought South African general merchandise retailer Massmart. Massmart has six outlets in Nigeria. The new stores will be the first Walmart stores in Nigeria.
      Walmart To Open In Lagos Soon - Retail Stores In Nigeria Should Get Ready For ...Nigerian Bulletin

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      1. Death Row Soldiers Sue Army for Contempt [Leadership] Soldiers in the Nigerian Army who were recently sentenced to death by a military court martial have initiated contempt proceedings against the Chief of Army Staff over non-release of the record of proceedings that convicted and sentenced them to death.

      2. Army Discovers Bomb-Making Factory [Premium Times] Boko Haram terrorists converted an abandoned chemistry laboratory at Dikwa College of Education in Borno State, to a bomb-making factory, before the town was retaken by government troops last week, the Nigerian military said Saturday.

      3. Super Falcons Ready for Rio Battle in Bata [CAF] Africa champions, Super Falcons of Nigeria failed to qualify for the London 2012 Olympic Games and their fate for Rio 2016 Olympics appears hanging in the balance yet again after 1-1 draw with Equatorial Guinea in Abuja a fortnight ago in their third round first leg qualifier.

      4. Soldiers At Checkpoint Beat Driver to Coma [Premium Times] A truck driver was beaten to coma Saturday by soldiers at a stop-and-search checkpoint near the University of Jos students' hostel, along Jos-Bauchi road.

      5. Osinbajo Assures Children Displaced By Boko Haram of Govt's Support [Premium Times] Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Saturday in Kano, told children displaced by insurgency not to lose hope as the Federal Government was committed to providing for their future.

      6. Bayelsa Mulls Partnership With FG for Industrial Park [This Day] As states of the federation continued to expand their revenue streams amidst the persistent dwindling of the accruals from crude oil sale, the Bayelsa State Governor, Seriake Dickson, has indicated the states's plan to forward a letter to the Federal Government to seek support for the establishment of a 50-hectare Eco-Industrial Park in the state. The governor who admitted the pressure on states over revenue shortfall in recent times, said the planned industrialisation of the state was intended to attract

      7. As Capital Market Bows to Sell Pressure [This Day] As a combination of inclement operating environment and sustained dip in prices of oil at the international market continue to shave corporate earnings with the attendant dampening of investors' appetite, Festus Akanbi, in this report, says what should be of concern to the regulators is how to stem the tide of capital flight from the Nigerian economy

      8. Lafarge Holcim and Repositioning of Nigeria's Cement Market [This Day] LafargeHolcim Ltd, the world's biggest cement firm was born out of the merger of equals between Lafarge and Holcim and made its debut on the Swiss and Paris stock exchanges on July 14. The merger created a company with combined sales of 42 billion dollars and operations in 90 countries. The united group, which has over 180 years of combined experience, aims to usher in a new era of leading-edge technologies and innovations in the building materials industry to address the challenges of the 21st century.

      9. MFM Splashes N91 Million On 180 First Class Graduates [Guardian] Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM) on Saturday offered financial rewards of N91 million on its members who graduated in first class from different universities across the country.

      10. Egwim's Hat-Trick Inspires Earns Dolphins Victory Againstnassarawa United [Guardian] Dolphins Football Club of Port Harcourt striker, Ifeanyi Egwim, on Saturday, attributed his three goals against Nassarawa United in a GLO Premier League match to hard work.

      11. PDP Crisis Worsens! [Vanguard] Abuja -The battle between the leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the secretariat staff deepened, yesterday, as the workers alleged that the National Working Committee (NWC) was "morally repugnant and obsessively corrupt".

      12. Mark Seeks Improved Funding for Education [This Day] Makurdi -Former Senate President, Senator David Mark has called for improved funding for the education sector in the country in order to save the upcoming generation from oppression and manipulation.

      13. Coaches, Administrators Anticipate Exciting Glo League Second Stanza [Guardian] Coaches and officials involved in the Globacom Premier League on Saturday expressed optimism that the second stanza of the 2014/2015 league season would inspire better performance.

      14. NHRC Reiterates Commitment to Protect Rights of People [Guardian] Prof. Bem Angwe, Executive Secretary, National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), has reiterated the commission's commitment to ensuring the promotion and protection of human rights of all persons living in Nigeria.

      15. Aisha Buhari Renders Assistance to Gombe Blast Victims [Guardian] Wife of the President, Hajiya Aisha Buhari, has donated undisclosed amount of money to 48 victims of the recent Gombe bomb blast admitted at the Federal Teaching and Specialists' Hospital (FTH), Gombe.

      16. Kebbi Gov's Wife Donates Drugs to People Living Positive in Zuru [Guardian] The wife of the Kebbi Governor, Dr. Zainab Atiku, on Saturday donated drugs and food stuff to People Living Positive and drug addicts in Zuru emirate of Kebbi state.

      17. 71 Percent Anambra People Are Poor, Says Igbuzor [Guardian] A STUDY has shown that more than 71 per cent of Anambra citizens are poor, against the published national average of 69 per cent.

      18. Aaan, Exman Chart New Roadmap At Oshogbo, Abeokuta Conferences [Guardian] Trade/Marketing Manager Open Market, Precious Muotoh ; a retailer at Mushin Market, Olawunmi Omoware; Harpic Brand Ambassador, Helen Paul; and a Key Distributor for Reckitt Benckiser, Tayo Ojuri at the presentation of gifts to beneficiaries during the open market reward for Harpic All-in-one campaign... recently.

      19. 'Paramedics Close the Gap Between Doctors and Nurses' [Guardian] Dr Nnamdi Nwauwa is the National Chairman of the Society of Emergency Management Practitioners of Nigeria (SEMPON); Chairman of Emergency Response Group, Chairman of the Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) and Advanced Life Support Providers Association in Nigeria.

      20. Why Banks Reject Dollar Deposits in Nigeria [Independent (Lagos)] To discourage speculation on the naira, Nigeria's commercial lenders (banks) have stopped accepting cash deposits in dollars.

      21. 'Why FG's Operation Light Up Rural Nigeria Failed' [This Day] The federal government's planned rural electrification project tagged: Operation Light Up rural Nigeria, which was flagged off by former President Goodluck Jonathan in January 2014 got stalled, because many Nigerians especially those living in the rural areas, believe that electricity is a charity to be doled out by government, THISDAY gathered.

      22. Cepej Seeks Speedy Payment of Ex-Militants' Allowances [Independent (Lagos)] Asaba -Centre for Peace and Environmental Justice (CEPEJ) has advised the new Coordinator of Amnesty Programme, Brigadier General P. T. Boroh (rtd), to formulate policy framework that would lead to the speedy resolution of recent hitches in the implementation of the Amnesty Programme such as the non-payment of outstanding allowances to ex-militants.

      23. Beware of 'Fayose Boys', Ekiti Govt Warns [Independent (Lagos)] Lagos -Ekiti State government on Saturday, August 1, 2015, warned its citizens to beware of the criminals parading themselves as Fayose Boys in the state.

      24. Buhari Arives Benin Republic Over Boko Haram [Independent (Lagos)] President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria on Saturday, August 1, 2015, arrived the neighbouring Benin Republic on a one-day trip to draw support for the war against Boko Haram insurgents in the sub-region.

      25. Buhari Reinstates Governing Councils of Federal Varsities [Independent (Lagos)] Abuja -President Muhammadu Buhari has reinstated the Governing Councils of Federal universities, which he dissolved two weeks ago.

      26. Asaba Multimillion Naira Drainage Project Fails, Contractor On the Run [Independent (Lagos)] Asaba -The multimillion naira Asaba drainage Project has been discovered to be faulty, thus rendering the millions spent on the project a waste.

      27. Nass Leadership - I Wanted to Withdraw - Gbajabiamila [Independent (Lagos)] Abuja -Following his emergence as the Majority Leader of the 8th House of Reps, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila has said that the election that brought in the leadership of the House fell short of the people's expectations even as he said President Muhammadu Buhari and the Party leadership encouraged him to put on the fight for the speakership.

      28. When Gowon Stirred the Hornet's Nest At Asika's Burial [Independent (Lagos)] Awka -Former Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon's recent statement, at the burial of late Mrs. Chinyere Ukpabi Asika, wife of the former Sole Administrator of East Central State, Ajie Ukpabi Asika, in Onitsha, that "Nigeria is a better country with Ndigbo," may have ignited fresh debate on the fate of Ndigbo in the present political dispensation.

      29. Why I Invested N2 Million in Drugs [Independent (Lagos)] Lagos -Strange as it sounds, a 44 year-old drug suspect, Chibude Chide arrested by the operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) actually invested a whooping N2 million in drug business.

      30. Itsekiri Progress Club Lauds Nass [Independent (Lagos)] Delta based pressure group, the Iteskiri Progress Club, IPC, has lauded members of the National Assembly for successfully resolving the leadership crisis that has rocked proceedings in the House for the past weeks.


      1. Hank Anuku In Bike Accident In Accra Ghana “I’m Not Dead” – Actor Tells Own Side Of Story
      2. Majid Michel’s Wedding Photos: Ghallywood Actor & Wife Vena Renew Wedding Vows In Ghana
      3. Tony Umez: My Wife “Almost Divorced” Me For My Adult Role In Room 027
      4. Tayo Sobola Sotayo: I’m Not Pregnant For MC Oluomo, We’re Not Married
      5. Nollywood Actor Chief Kanran To Mark 50th Anniversary On Stage With N50 Million
      6. Nollywood Actress Gloria Young Sues GTB Bank After ATM Refuses To Dispense Money Deducted From Account
      7. Photos: Ebube Nwagbo’s Mini Outfit Raises Eyebrows At BON 2015 Launch
      8. Nigerian Actor Ajigijaga Dies Of Infection After Bike Accident Bcos Colleagues Abandon Him – Family
      9. Yoruba Actor Ajigijaga Is Dead: Mufutau Adio Sanni Dies Of Infection After Bike Accident
      10. Seun Akindele & Tamara Eteimo Pick “Wedding Date”, Funsho Adeolu, Rachel Oniga & Others To Attend
      11. Joke Silva & Husband Olu Jacobs Step Out For Photos After Mother’s Funeral Mass
      12. Yoruba Actress Kehinde Bankole Turns Gospel Singer, Releases Igbo Blend English Song
      13. Movie Producers Dump Tonto Dikeh, Actress Says She’s Now An Engineer

      14. Fraudster Says Satan Told Him To Bring More Souls To Illuminati Temple In Nigeria
      15. Husband Catches Wife Sleeping With Lover In Bayelsa,Christmas Commits Suicide Bcos Wife Is Unfaithful
      16. Baby Making Factory Found In Asaba Delta State, 8 Pregnant Girls Rescued, Operator Arrested
      17. Photos: Barber Beheaded, Murdered By Friend In Uyo Akwa Ibom State, Suspect Arrested By Police
      18. 37 Billion Naira Looted By GEJ Minister, Labaran Maku Found Hidden In Nasarawa Farm
      19. Woman Kills Knife-Wielding Robber Who Attacks Family In Surulere
      20. Photos: Man Commits Suicide In Ondo State, Depressed Farmer Hangs Self At Ori Oke Farm, Ero
      21. Photo: Kidnappers Of Kogi High Judge Justice Samuel Obayomi
      22. Operation Flush: Nigeria Immigration Service, NIS Arrests 247 Illegal Immigrants In Adamawa
      23. Photo: Kidnappers Arrested On Their Way To Sell Stolen Baby In Abia State, 14-Month Old Rescued
      24. 3 Bus Drivers Working For Kidnappers Arrested In Ekiti State
      25. Nigerian Military Begins Operation End Boko Haram, Army Engineers Set Fire On Terrorists Camps
      26. Chadian Troops Kill 117 Boko Haram Militants Launching Attacks From Islands On Lake Chad







      IG-warns-against-illegal-deployment-of-policemen">August 2, 2015 : Remi Latinwo Leave a Comment


      Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal finally defeats Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea at the 14th attempt to win the 2015 Community Shield. Oxlade Chamberlains first half volley was enough to give the Gunners the trophy. It ended Arsenal 1, Chelsea 0.

      IG warns against illegal deployment of policemen The Inspector-General of Police, Solomon Arase, has warned senior police officers against illegally deploying policemen to provide security for Very Important Persons who do not have the right to such services. Arase stated that he would punish Divisional Police Officers and other senior officers  found engaging in illegal  deployment of junior officers, stressing that he

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      The body of a 23-year-old lady has been dumped at a dump site at the Olomoore junction in Abeokuta metropolis, with some persons of the body already removed. The victim’s name was given as Sitira, and said to be an apprentice hairdresser. Before her tragic death, she was said to have completed her apprenticeship and… [Read More…]

      Dickson appoints 10 new special advisers Bayelsa State Governor, Mr. Seriake Dickson, has sworn in 10 newly appointed special advisers, with a call on them to be committed and loyal to his administration’s agenda by discharging their duties to the best of their abilities. Dickson administered the swearing in of the special advisers at the Government House, Yenagoa, on Saturday. He

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      -FRSC-to-train-trailer,-tanker-drivers">August 2, 2015 : Ade Akanbi, Akure 2 Comments


      The General Secretary of Yoruba socio-cultural organisation, Afenifere, Chief Sehinde Arogbofa, has declared that the report of the National Conference is not against northern interest. He said against the backdrop of report that some Arewa leaders wrote the President Muhammadu Buhari not to implement the confab report on the ground that it is  anti-North. Arogbofa… [Read More…]

      FRSC to train trailer, tanker drivers In a bid to end incessant fatal road crashes involving petrol tankers and trailers, the Federal Road Safety Corps has said it would soon begin the training and retraining of trailer and tanker drivers in the country. The FRSC Zonal Commander, RS 6.0, Port Harcourt, Mr. Bulus Darwang, who disclosed this while speaking in Port

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      The Divisional Crime Officer in charge of Ariaria Police Division Aba, Abia State, simply identified as Mr. Mohammed, an Assistant Superintendent of Police, narrowly escaped lynching by an irate mob over alleged killing of traders. The incident, which occurred on Friday, disrupted business activities around the market and some parts of Faulks road, according to… [Read More…]

      Jigawa dissolves YCN leadership Governor Muhammad Badaru of Jigawa state, has approved the dissolution of the executive committee of the state chapter of Youth Council of Nigeria. This is contained in a statement signed by the Secretary to the state Government, Alhaji Adamu Abdulkadir,which was made available to the News Agency of Nigeria on Sunday in Dutse. It said

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      LAGBUS Asset Management Company, operators of Lagos metropolitan red buses, on Sunday said it was ready to engage more females as drivers in its fleet. The Managing Director of LAGBUS, Mr. Babatunde Disu, gave this indication in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos. Disu noted that female drivers were more caring… [Read More…]

      UN peacekeeper killed in CAR clashes At least one soldier with the UN peackeeping mission in Central African Republic was killed on Sunday during clashes with armed assailants in a northern neighbourhood of the capital Bangui, a spokesman for the mission said. Residents said heavy machinegun fire was heard around 3 a.m. (0200 GMT) and it continued for several hours in

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      -N’Delta-JTF-destroys-31-illegal-refineries,-arrests-18">August 2, 2015 : aljazeera 1 Comment


      The retrial of three Al Jazeera journalists has been adjourned for a tenth time in Egypt. The court in Cairo said on Sunday that a verdict in the case would now be delivered on August 29. Egyptian Baher Mohamed, Canadian Mohamed Fahmy and Australian Peter Greste were found guilty in June 2014 of aiding a… [Read More…]

      N’Delta JTF destroys 31 illegal refineries, arrests 18 The Joint Task Force in the Niger Delta, “Operation Pulo Shield,” says it arrested 18 suspected oil thieves and destroyed 31 illegal oil refineries in multiple raids in July. This is contained in a statement issued by the Media Coordinator of the JTF in Yenagoa, Lt.-Col. Isa Ado, on Sunday. It stated that troops of

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      3. Cloud backups: The difference between life and death of data Over the past two years the uptake of pure cloud backup by smaller businesses has burgeoned as the idea of saving company data to the cloud has become easier for companies to digest, and bandwidth has become faster and cheaper. Securicom’s Richard Broeke...

      4. Nigeria: Drone Club wins Tech+ 2015 award The Drone Club has won the MTN/Mahindra Comviva Most Innovative Exhibitor Award at the Tech+ conference. The conference was held at Eko Hotels and Suites in Lagos. The award was received by DJ Tee and James Amuta, whose companies are pioneer members of the...

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      13. Windows 10 launches, available in 190 countries Microsoft has official launched Windows 10. According to the company, Windows 10 will be available from today (29/07/2015) available as a free upgrade or with new PCs and tablets. Microsoft revealed that Windows 10 will include Cortana, an Xbox app and...

      14. African skills initiative receives USD 60 mln investment IBM has invested a sum of USD 60 million over three years to develop the next generation of technical talent in Africa. As part of the initiative, IBM is expanding the Africa Technical Academy and the company’s Africa University Programme to over 20...

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