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Plane crashes in Nepal with 18 dead, pilot sole survivor

A passenger plane crashed on takeoff in Kathmandu on Wednesday, with the pilot rescued from the flaming wreckage but all 18 others aboard killed, police in the Nepali capital told…

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Obasanjo, Ooni of Ife, other dignitaries arrive Davido, Chioma’s wedding venue

Former Nigeria President Olusegun Obasanjo and the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi are among dignitaries that have arrived at the wedding venue of music superstar, Davido and his longtime…

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2.6 million die annually due to alcohol, says WHO

Alcohol kills nearly three million people annually, the World Health Organization said on Tuesday, adding that while the death rate had dropped slightly in recent years it remained “unacceptably high”….

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‘No one above the law’, Biden hopes Trump verdict speaks for itself

If anyone expected Joe Biden to be celebrating the fact that election rival Donald Trump is now a convicted felon, they were disappointed.Instead the Democrat’s campaign issued a sober warning that the…

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Kano Assembly dethrones emirs, abolishes emirates created by Ganduje

The Kano State House of Assembly has dethroned the five Emirs and abolished the five Emirates in the state. The development followed a special session held by the lawmakers on…

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Burkina Faso army killed 223 villagers in revenge attack – Human Rights Watch

The Human Rights Watch has said that Burkina Faso’s military massacred more than 220 civilians, including at least 56 children, in a single day this year. According to a report…

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Court reserves Bobrisky’s judgment till April 9

Justice Abimbola Awogboro of the Federal High Court in Lagos on Friday reserved the judgment of convicted controversial cross-dresser, Idris Okuneye, popularly known as Bobrisky, till April 9, 2024. The…

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Bill Gates Recruiting 2 Million Strong Army To ‘Seize Control of Internet’ Using AI Bill Gates has announced plans to recruit and train a two million strong army of Indians…

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Access Bank CEO, Wigwe, wife, son, die in helicopter crash CEO of Access Bank, Herbert Wigwe has died in a helicopter crash alongside his wife, Chizoba and two children. Herbert…

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Coup fallout: Trade, security at risk as Mali, Niger, Burkina Faso exit ECOWAS

The West African regional bloc, ECOWAS, for the first time since its existence, witnessed an abrupt pull out of three countries at the same time yesterday, as Mali, Burkina Faso…

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