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  • Expelled Student Masterminded Killing of Ibadan Commandant
    [Vanguard] The 2 Division, Nigerian Army, Ibadan, yesterday, said the killing, last December, of Colonel Anthony Okeyim, Commandant, Command Secondary School, Apata, Ibadan, was masterminded by a student, who was expelled over theft.
  • Experts Insist Policy Option, Timing Fail Nigeria's Economy
    [Guardian] Professionals in the financial industry have insisted that policy choices and timing, particularly in the fiscal and monetary space, have failed the country.This was in response to the assertion by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that Nigeria's efforts to save the naira crumbled, resulting to aggravated economic issues.
  • Militants Didn't Blowup Pipeline in Ughelli, Says Military
    [Guardian] Abuja -The Nigerian Military has denied reports that militants blew an oil pipeline in Delta State after Vice President Yemi Osinbajo's visit, saying it was a bush-burning incidence that was put under control immediately.
  • IDP Camp Bombing - 54 Victims Stabilised in 3 Maiduguri Hospitals
    [Premium Times] At least 54 victims of the military bomb misfire in Rann, headquarters of Kala-Balge are hospitalized in three hospitals located in Maiduguri with all of them in stable conditions, the Borno State Commissioner for Health, Haruna Mshelia, said in an update released on Wednesday.
  • IDP Camp Bombing - Sad, Unfortunate, but Not Unique - Borno Governor
    [Premium Times] The Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima, said on Wednesday that though sad, the Tuesday accidental bombing of a civilian population in his state was not unique.
  • More Forex Crisis As Senate Okays N305 to $1 for Budget
    [Guardian] The Senate yesterday retained the foreign exchange rate of N305 to the dollar for the 2017 budget. This was part of the key decisions by the upper legislative chamber while passing the Medium Term Expenditure Framework and Fiscal Strategy Paper (MTEF/FSP).
  • Nigeria Deploys Fighter Jets, Troops As U.S. Warns Jammeh
    [Guardian] The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) yesterday intensified moves to get the President of The Gambia, Yayah Jammeh, to respect the will of his people expressed at the December 1, 2016 election won by Adama Barrow.
  • Gambia - Nigeria Deploys Troops, Fighter Jets
    [Daily Trust] The Nigerian Air Force yesterday deployed troops and fighter jets to Gambia, as part of the Economic Community of West Africa (ECOWAS) mandate to enforce the December 1, 2016 election result in that country.
  • B/Haram - 276,000 Pregnancies Expected in N/East
    [Daily Trust] The United Nations Population Fund estimates there could be up to 276,000 pregnancies in 2017 among women displaced in the Northeast by Boko Haram crisis.

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  • Fiona Reid relishes regal role as the Queen in Peter Morgan's 'The Audience'

    Fiona Reid was just three years old and thousands of kilometres from her British birthplace when she caught her first live glimpse of the Queen. Reid was born in Kent in southeast England, but as the daughter of a British military doctor, she relocated frequently with her family before eventually settling in Canada at the age of 12. One of the countries she temporarily called home was Nigeria.

  • 46 'severely injured' people remain at Nigeria bombing scene

    In this image supplied by MSF, smoke rises from a burnt out shelter at a camp for displaced people in Rann, Nigeria, Tuesday Jan. 17, 2017. Relief volunteers are believed to be among the more than 100 dead after a Nigerian Air Force jet fighter mistakenly bombed the refugee camp, while on a mission against Boko Haram extremists.

  • Nigerian air force bombs refugee camp, more than 100 dead

    The White House said Tuesday that the Guantanamo Bay detention center in Cuba will still be open when President Barack Obama leaves office, conceding that a core campaign promise will go unfulfilled. The White House said Tuesday that the Guantanamo Bay detention center in Cuba will still be open when President Barack Obama leaves office, conceding that a core campaign promise will go unfulfilled.

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