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Buhari Appoints EFCC Secretary, Names Board Members

File photo   President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed Mr George Ekpungu as the secretary of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). Dr Umar Gwandu, the spokesman for the Office of the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, announced this in a statement on Monday. He noted that the appointment by the… Read More »Buhari Appoints EFCC Secretary, Names Board Members
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Those Waiting For Nigeria To Break Will Be Sorely Disappointed – Osinbajo

  The Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, is confident that Nigeria will remain united as a strong nation to the frustration of those waiting to see the country broken into pieces. He made the remark on Monday in Abuja at the maiden edition of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Progressives Youth Conference. “In the area… Read More »Those Waiting For Nigeria To Break Will Be Sorely Disappointed – Osinbajo
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Suspected IPOB Members, Others Arrested Over Attacks On Police, INEC Facilities In Ebonyi

A screengrab taken on June 21, 2021, shows the suspects paraded at the Police Headquarters in Abakaliki, the Ebonyi State capital.   Dozens of suspected members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB)/ Eastern Security Network (ESN) have been arrested in connection with the attacks on police stations and offices of the Independent National Electoral… Read More »Suspected IPOB Members, Others Arrested Over Attacks On Police, INEC Facilities In Ebonyi
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US Supreme Court Backs Payments For Student Athletes

A file photo of a court gavel.   The US Supreme Court ruled Monday that America’s top university athletics body cannot block student-athletes from getting extra benefits, eroding its power over the multi-billion-dollar college sports industry. The high court sided unanimously with student-athletes in a narrow case focused on whether they can receive limited cash… Read More »US Supreme Court Backs Payments For Student Athletes
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‘Night Operation, Chinese Connection’: How A Rail Vandalism Operation Thrived In Nasarawa

 Halima Gayam, Lafia   In February, youths in Mada station community in Nasarawa state began to loosen and cut railway tracks that connect the area to the rest of the country.  Although the Mada station tracks, about 130km away from Abuja, had not been in use for about five years, the infrastructure was still… Read More »‘Night Operation, Chinese Connection’: How A Rail Vandalism Operation Thrived In Nasarawa
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