Month: April 2015

Boko Haram Update – Rescued Girls And Women Undergo Pregnancy And HIV Tests

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The military authorities have taken the 293 women and girls rescued by the Special Forces during a raid on the dreaded Sambisa Forest to the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital, Maiduguri, Borno State. An intelligence officer, who made this known to one of our correspondents onWednesday, also said the women and girls were undergoing a ….  Read More

Nigeria Government Condems Execution Of Citizens, And Demand for Corpes

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The government, while commiserating with the families of the deceased, demanded the repatriation of the corpses of the executed Nigerians. It explained that they would be given decent burials by their various communities. A terse statement on Wednesday from the Public Communications Division of Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Abuja, gave the names of the ….  Read More

Federal Government Should Make Nigeria Habitable, Not Blaming South Africans For Xenophobic Attacks

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Former Provost Marshal of the Nigerian Army, Brig. General Idada Ikpomnwen, said yesterday, that rather than blame the South African government for xenophobic attacks on foreigners, the Nigerian government should make the country habitable, so that the need by Nigerians to seek greener pastures anywhere else in the world will be reduced. Idada, who described ….  Read More

Tinubu’s alleged apology to Bode George: George seeking relevance – Tinubu’s aide

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Chief Bode George's claim that the national leader of All Progressives Congress, APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, apologized to him should be taken as the meditations of a man in search of political relevance, Mr. Sunday Dare, Media aide to Tinubu, said yesterday. Dare told Vanguard yesterday: "Bode George takes himself too seriously. He is in ….  Read More

Jamb blacklist 3 cbt centers

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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) said on Monday that it had blacklisted three centres accredited for the conduct of the recently concluded Computer Based Test (CBT) in the country. Mr Fabian Benjamin, JAMB’s Public Relations Officer,said in Lagos that the centres were axed over inadequate and sub-standard facilities for accreditation. “These three centres ….  Read More