[Video] Nigeria News Today: Despite IPOB Threats, Buhari Lands In Enugu For S/East Tour (14/11/2017)

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  1. Samguine

    Samguine Social Member Curators

    President Muhammadu Buhari landed in the South East Tuesday afternoon despite threats from the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, promising a bloodbath if he tried to do so. The Nigerian Senate on Tuesday approved a $5.5 billion external loan request by President Muhammadu Buhari.

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    These and many more are in the Nigeria Bulletin news highlights of the day.



    14-11-2017 - Here are the highlighted headlines from Nigeria news today.


    Buhari Smiles 'At IPOB' As He Touchdown South-eastern Nigeria

    Jonathan Reveals Real Reasons Why He Sacked Farida Waziri As EFCC Boss


    Buhari Sends SGF to Visit Ekwueme In London

    Aso Rock: Buhari Budgets N67.1m Internet, N180m Refreshment, N23.8m For Calls

    Nigerian Senate Approves Buhari's Request To Get $5.5Bn Loan

    Portugal, Cameroon, Malaysia Patronise Nigerian Crude Oil

    Italy Fail to Qualify For World Cup For First Time Since 1958
     

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  2. curator

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    IPOB now whistling in the wind. Time to repackage to the most potent political force in the South East away from the fascist rhetoric