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Photos: Producer Sossick involved in car accident

Super producer/artiste responsible for giving us hits like “Julie’ by Shank, ‘Ife wa gbono’ by Tiwa Savage,”Pon pon pon” by Dagrin and a host of others, was involved in an accident last week on his way back from a meeting on the island. He suffered

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Boko Haram bombs bar & brothel joint in Adamawa state, 60 killed

According to a breaking news report by Sahara Reporters, Boko Haram men today June 1st bombed a bar and brothel located near a major military base in Mubi, Adamawa State, killing 60 people. Two security sources in the area told SaharaReporters that a horrendous explosion rocked

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Killer child-bride begs court in Kano: ‘Set me free!’

14 year old killer child-bride Wasila Umar who is currently facing murder charges at a Juvenile Court in Kano state for killing her 35 year old husband and 3 others, has cried out to the court to release her and let her go home as she misses the love and

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Emir of Gwoza Paid a Sacrifice to End Boko Haram, Says Wakil

The Minister of State for Power, Hon. Mohammed Wakil Saturday said, the murder of the Emir of Gwoza, Alhaji Idrissa Timta, was a sacrifice that should propel the military to finding a solution to the Boko Haram menace. Alhaji Timta was killed by suspected members

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Obasanjo Eulogises MKO Abiola, Says He Sacrificed To Develop Nigeria

Former president, Olusegun Obasanjo, said that the acclaimed winner of the June 12, 1993 presidential election, late Chief MKO Abiola,sacrificed a lot to the development of the country. Obasanjo made the remark while speaking as Eminent Guest of Honour at the Fourth Founder’s Day Celebration

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LUTH Doctors Commence Strike Monday

The Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) branch of the Association of Residents Doctors (ARD) will on Monday, June 2 commence an indefinite strike. This is stemming from her emergency general meeting held on Wednesday, May 28. The association unanimously agreed to resume its suspended industrial