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recent from 24 Chad president’s friend buys 19 missiles for Boko Haram
The claim that insurgency in Nigeria is being fuelled by some faceless persons and groups within and outside Africa became clearer with the news of arrest of one Mr Mahamat Bichara Gnoti, who is alleged to be a close associate of the Chadian President, Idriss Déby. Mr Gnoti was reported to have been...
recent from 26 Jang, Useni, others face Plateau PDP screening panel
By Godfrey Sunwar, Jos Aspirants seeking elective positions for various seats in Plateau State under the platform of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Wednesday converged at the state party secretariat. Those screened included Governor Jonah Jang, Gen J. T. Useni (rtd), Emmanuel Go’ar, Beni Lar among...
recent from 14 Bill Cosby presses on with one-man show
US entertainer Bill Cosby has pressed ahead with a one-man tour despite mounting allegations he sexually assaulted a number of women. The 77-year-old played to a packed house at the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas with an evening of anecdotes about his life and career. He has not commented on a series of...
recent from 3 Dangote Farms begins hybrid tomatoes production in Kano
Dangote Farms have started a pilot hybrid tomatoes production in Kano to meet the demand of it’s tomatoes processing plants in the state, its Managing Director, Alhaji Abdulhamid Kaita, disclosed on Friday. Kaita told newsmen at the end of a two-day stakeholders’ forum on tomatoes value chain in Kano that...

REVEALED! How Tinubu hijacked, destroyed AD — Akinfenwa

Senator Mojisoluwa Akinfenwa is the National Chairman of the Alliance for Democracy (AD). In this interview with STEPHEN GBADAMOSI, he speaks about the plans of the party to bestride the 2015 elections like a colossus, among other national issues. Excerpts: YOU speak glowingly about the Alliance for Democracy (AD), while some people out there believe that the party is no...

Police arrest ex-soldier, four others for kidnapping in Ogun

Men of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, Ogun State Police Command, led by Muhammed Tijani, have arrested an ex-soldier, and four suspected members of a kidnapping syndicate terrorising the state. Parading the suspects, the state Police Commissioner, Ikemefuna Okoye, said the arrest was a breakthrough for the command and a setback for the syndicate which he said had been...

Women bosses ‘more depressed’ than male counterparts

Women are more likely than men to display symptoms of depression when in a position of authority at work, according to US scientists. In men, authority, such as the ability to hire and fire people, decreases depressive symptoms, the study said. The study, published in the Journal of Health and Social Behaviour, looked at 2,800 middle-aged men and women. One expert said the...

13-YR-OLD GIRL’S HORROR: ‘My stepfather serially raped, impregnated me!’

Parents and adults generally have responsibility to care for, educate, and discipline children but when the children begin to detest the parents, then the situation calls for concern. 13 -year-old Blessing Chia allegedly fell victim to regular beating by her step father, Mr Benjamin Richard, 35, who, as she claimed, later lusted after her. The allegation by the girl that the...