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    Politics Shiites hold procession despite police warning - Premium Times

    Shiite Muslims in Nigeria on Tuesday proceeded with their annual religious procession, ignoring warnings by security agencies against the procession across the country. The group, Islamic Movement in Nigeria, said its members were killed in attempts by the police to stop the procession across...
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    Video Nigeria News Today - Miyetti Allah blames Nigerians’ migration to South Africa on insecurity, poor economy

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    Politics INTERVIEW: Attack on Ekweremadu was terrorism – Nigerian ambassador to Germany Ruona Meyer – Premium Times Nigeria

    In this interview with a freelance journalist, Ruona Meyer, the Nigerian Ambassador to Germany, Yusuf Tuggar, insists that the attack on ex-deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, by members of the separatist group, IPOB, is a crime and an act of terrorism. He challenges the German...
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    Video Nigeria News Today - Makinde: We’ll pay LAUTECH salaries owed by Osun

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    Video Nigeria News Today - Buhari, Osinbajo meet over Xenophobic attacks as Nigeria boycotts W.E.F

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    Video Nigeria News Today - Xenophobia: Close South African embassy in Nigeria now, Rep member tells FG

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    Video Nigeria News Today - Three killed as South African mob sets shops of Nigerians on fire

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    Metro One month after disappearance, Ganduje critic not found – Premium Times Nigeria

    Abubakar Idris, a social media personality known for his strong criticism of Governor Umar Ganduje, has not been found more than a month after unidentified assailants breached his residence and took him away. Mr Idris, a 34-year-old university lecturer, has been a major critic of Mr Ganduje’s …...
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    Video Nigeria News Today - Buhari insensitive to Nigeria’s diversity — Obasanjo

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    Metro JUST IN: Workers in Nigerian universities begin warning strike – Premium Times Nigeria

    Nigerian university workers have announced a warning strike from Monday, to press the federal government to meet their demands. The one-week strike will last from August 19 to 23. Non-academic staff of universities had earlier planned for a nationwide protest on July 15 ahead of an indefinite …...
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    Politics Buhari insensitive to Nigeria’s diversity — Obasanjo – Premium Times Nigeria

    On Saturday, April 20, an exhausted Olusegun Obasanjo sat down with Musikilu Mojeed and Oladeinde Olawoyin at his Ibogun Olaogun ancestral home to reflect on Nigeria’s democracy journey. The former president had scheduled the interview for his Abeokuta home. But when the reporters arrived the...
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    Video Nigeria News Today - EFCC Arraigns Atiku’s Son-In-Law, Abdullahi Babalele

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    Metro El-Zakzaky laments ‘pathetic’ situation at Indian hospital, seeks return to Nigeria – Premium Times Nigeria

    Shiite leader Ibrahim El-Zakzaky has alleged that the conditions at the Indian hospital he was taken to is worse than that of Nigeria. He said he plans to return to Nigeria to assess the situation. Mr El-Zakzaky stated this in an audio message that has since gone … Read more via Premium...
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    Video Nigeria News Today - Sowore: Lawyer drags Buhari govt, DSS, IGP, others to Court over attack on protesters

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    Video Nigeria News Today - Wike declares ‘Bobrisky’ wanted

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    Video Nigeria News Today - Court remands Sowore in detention for ‘terrorism’

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    Video Nigeria News Today - Flood sweeps away high court finance director in Abuja

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    Metro Boko Haram: 27,000 civilians killed in 10 years – Premium Times Nigeria

    An estimated 27,000 Nigerians died between 2009 and 2019 in the ongoing Boko Haram insurgency in Adamawa, Borno, and Yobe, the United Nations has said. The United Nations Humanitarian and Resident Coordinator in Nigeria, Edward Kallon, disclosed this on Wednesday during the commemoration of the...
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    Video Nigeria News Today - WAEC official testifies for Buhari, says president obtained five credits

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    Politics EXCLUSIVE: Nigerian govt offers mass employment to retired military personnel, other citizens – Premium Times

    The Nigerian government has commenced a fresh recruitment drive targeted at retired military personnel, their dependants and other Nigerians who may be interested in benefiting from the initiative. Military sources told PREMIUM TIMES the exercise was approved early this week, and its...