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EXTRA: EFCC celebrates man who sells sachet water in corporate dress

Nigeria's foremost anti-graft body, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, (EFCC), has on Monday celebrated a young man, Michael Iloduba who sells sachet water in corporate dress.

Father attempts to kill daughter for vowing to go back to hubby after divorce

An angry father simply called Malam Ada of Cigari village in Fufuore Local Government of Adamawa State has attempted to kill his biological daughter for mending fences with her husband after divorce.

12 Adamawa herdsmen whipped for violating grazing agreement

In a move to entrench law and order and avoid further skirmish between farmers and herders, Bole community in Yola South local government has administered lashes of the cane on 12 herders for allegedly violating grazing agreement.

Dino Melaye stars in new Nollywood movie

A popular Nigerian politician, Senator Dino Melaye, has landed a lead role in a new Nollywood movie shot in several locations in Abuja, titled ‘Lemonade’.

Elephant named “Osama Bin Laden” kills 5 in India during 24 hour rampage

An elephant named after the late Al-Qaeda leader, Osama bin Laden, has been caught after killing five Indian villagers, according to the AFP.

Nicotine exposure during pregnancy can cause SIDS – Pediatrician

Nicotine exposure during pregnancy can cause complications in women, including Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), Dr Titilayo Banjoko, a Pediatrician based in Abuja has said.

How former Gambian President, Jammeh, raped beauty queen, Fatou Jallow

Speaking calmly through tears, in a hearing streamed live on YouTube, former beauty queen Fatou Jallow told how Gambia’s ex-president Yahya Jammeh locked her in a room and raped her.

Bezos reclaims ‘world richest man status’

Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, US multinational technology company, has reclaimed his spot as the world’s richest man after losing the position for a few hours to Bill Gates, Microsoft co-founder.

Zambian MPs approve motion to provide sanitary pads to girls in public schools

Members of parliament in Zambia have approved a motion to the effect that government should provide adequate sanitation and sanitary pads to girls in public schools.

Don’t practise polygamy, emir warns poor Nigerians

Civil servants on a salary of N15,000 a month marry more than one wife and end up raising families they cannot cater for.

Man’s penis rots away after injecting it with vaseline to increase size

A man’s phallus is rotting away after he injected it with petroleum jelly in an attempt to make it bigger, doctors have revealed.

Love gone sour: 35-yr-old man hangs self after rejection by girlfriend in Katsina

The sleepy Kabomo village of Bakori local government area in Katsina state has been thrown into shock as a dead body of a 35-year-old man simply identified as Badamasi Musa was on Thursday morning seen hanging on a Mango tree.
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Boko Haram: Mailafiya apologised profusely in SSS office

The State Security Service (SSS) alerted the nation about desperate efforts by some notable personalities to use their exalted positions; take advantage of developments in the country and cause a total breakdown of law and order.

FG pleads with super powers to avail it weapons to fight terrorism

The Federal Government has appealed to the world powers not to be weighed by unsubstantiated arguments to deny the country vital platforms and weapons to fight insecurity.

Boko Haram Governor: ACF advises govt not to side steps Mailafia’s accusation

The former CBN deputy governor, in an interview with a radio station, Nigeria Info 99.3 FM, had said some repentant terrorists revealed to him that a serving northern governor was a Boko Haram commander.

Execute Lekwot, others to stop Southern Kaduna killings – Shariah council

Since 2015, there have been increasing attacks by Fulani herdsmen in Southern Kaduna, despite the claim by the Federal Government that it had deployed troops in the area.