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Gunmen Kill 3, Injure 2 In Borno

Gunmen Kill 3, Injure 2 In Borno…Obasanjo Visit Family of Slain Boko Haram Leader...As Tinubu Call For Probe has it on good authority that unknown gunmen Wednesday evening ran berserk on the streets of Maiduguri, Borno state capital, shooting and killing three persons while two others allegedly sustained severe injuries.Read more @

Tambuwal Succumb to PDP, Appoints Mulikat As House Leader…Releases List of Committees understands that members of the House of Representatives have at long last succumbed to the demands of peoples Democratic Party’s that its chosen candidate, Hon.Mulikat Akande-Adeola be appointed as leader of the house.Read more @

April Poll: Akpabio Secures Victory At Appeal Court
Governor Godswill Akpabio may have heaved a sigh of relief as the Court of Appeal sitting in Calabar, Cross River state has dismissed the appeal brought before it by the Action Congress of Nigeria (CAN) and its governorship candidate, Senator Akpan.Read more @

Fixing Nigeria’s Agriculture – By Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai
Last week, we discussed unemployment in Nigeria, asking where the jobs are. In the coming weeks, this column will explore answers to that question by focusing on the real sector, beginning with agriculture. On the differing unemployment rates mentioned last.Read more @

Rejoinder: Tinubu and I did not need Al-Qaeda to fight Obasanjo - Atiku
The former Vice-President, Atiku Abubakar has described as absolute rubbish and utter falsehood the insinuations by Wikileaks that he and the former Lagos State Governor, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu had any links with Al-Qaeda terror network as part of their political.Read more @

RE: Economic & Financial Crimes By Ahaji Idris I. Wada and Horizon Construction Company Limited.
Dear Sir,
We are the leaders of Kogi Patriots, Kogi State. Our mission among others is to expose all forms of anti people activities, frauds, economic and financial crimes and to ensure that people of questionable character with self seeking mission do not ride on the crest .Read more @

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UN: Bachelet Alarmed By Number Of Palestinian Children Killed In Latest Escalation

UN Human Rights Chief Michelle Bachelet today expressed alarm at the high number of Palestinians, including children, killed and injured in the occupied Palestinian territory this year, including in intense hostilities between Israel and Palestinian armed groups in Gaza last weekend... More>>

Save The Children: One Year Under Taliban Rule, Girls Are More Isolated, Hungry, Sad: New Report
One year since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, an economic crisis, crippling drought and new restrictions have shattered girls’ lives, excluding them from society and leaving them hungry...

Palestinian Ministry of Health: Developments In The Health Situation During The Israeli Aggression On The Cities & Governorates Of The Gaza Strip
For the second day in a row, the Israeli aggression against the Gaza Strip continues by targeting overcrowded residential areas and neighborhoods, as the death toll rose to 13 citizens, including a 5-year-old girl and a 23-year-old woman... More>>

Somalia: ‘We Cannot Wait For Famine To Be Declared; We Must Act Now’
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UN: American West Faces Water And Power Shortages Due To Climate Crisis
Two of the largest reservoirs in the United States are at dangerously low levels due to the climate crisis and overconsumption of water, which could affect water and electricity supply for millions in six western states and Mexico, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) warned on Tuesday... More>>

Singapore: UN Experts Call For Immediate Moratorium On Executions For Drug Offences

UN experts* today condemned the execution of Nazeri Bin Lajim, a 64-year-old Malay Singaporean national convicted of drug offenses and urged the Government of Singapore to halt plans to execute individuals on death row for drug related charges... More>>