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Full list of 107 Senators elected on March 28, 2015

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Below is the list of the 107 Senators elected on March 28, 2015. Nigeria has 109-member Senate but elections in two constituencies – Delta Central and Edo South for now are inconclusive. Bassey Albert Akpan A/Ibom North PDP Nelson Effiong A/Ibom South PDP Godswill Akpabio A/Ibom West   PDP Theodore ...

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PHOTOS OF BAPTIST CHURCH SET ABLAZE BY ARSONISTS.

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Barely one week after an attack on a branch of Living Faith Church popularly called Winners Chapel in Giwa, Headquarters of Giwa Local Government Area of Kaduna State by two unidentified arsonists, the Baptist Church at Gidan Maso village in Rogo Local Government Area of Kano State has been set ...

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SEE PHOTOS OF GEN BUHARI ARRIVES LAGOS TO CAMPAIGN FOR AMBODE

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President-elect General Buhari arrived Lagos this morning to campaign for APC Guber candidate, Akinwumi Ambode. He also met with former President Olusegun Obasanjo. Buhari and Lagos State Governor, Tunde Fashola, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Rotimi Amaechi and other dignitaries later headed out to campaign at Orile.  Source: CITYPEOPLENEWS

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TRAGEDY: Mother And Daughter Deliver Babies By Same Father

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A South African woman, Mildred Mashego, and her daughter Patricia, have entered the record books as the first mother and daughter to give birth to their babies in the same month and for the same man. Pulse reports that 38-year-old Mashego was already pregnant when she found out that her ...

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NCMYO Patron Warn Asari Dokunbo Not To Commit Suicide

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A patron of the National Council of Muslim Youth Organisations and chairman of the Oyo State Muslim Community, Alhaji Ishaq Kunle Sanni, has issued a warning to Alhaji Mujahid Dokubo-Asari. Sanni warned Asari, the leader of Niger Delta Peoples Salvation Front/Niger Delta Peoples Volunteer Force, not to stir up trouble ...

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Jimi Agbaje Responds To Oba Of Lagos’ Threat

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Jimi Agbaje Responds to threat by Oba Of Lagos’. In his words on his facebook page: In the words of Winston Churchill: “Never, never, never give up.”I’m aware of the intimidation that a lot of you might be facing as we head into the final stretch of this election campaign. I ...

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Catholic Church takes on Oba of Lagos over Igbo death threat

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The Catholic Caritas Foundation of Nigeria (CCFN) has condemned the threat handed down by the Oba of Lagos, His Royal Majesty, Oba Rilwanu Akiolu, to the Igbos in Lagos that they should vote for the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Mr. Akinwumi Ambode, during the April 11 ...

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Detained Al Jazeera journalists has been release by Nigerian Military

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Nigeria’s military has freed two journalists working with Doha-based international television, Al Jazeera. The broadcaster on Sunday, said Ahmed Idris and Ali Mustafa had been allowed to leave the Maiduguri hotel where they were detained, and return to the network’s Abuja office. “We’re pleased for Ahmed and Ali that their ...

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Malawi orders police to shoot albino attackers

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Police authorities in Malawi have ordered officers to shoot “dangerous criminals” who attack albinos in order to sell their body parts for witchcraft. “Shoot every criminal who is violent when caught red-handed abducting people with albinism,” the country’s police chief Lexen Kachama told officers at the weekend, according to local ...

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KENYA AIRFORCE LUNCH ATTACK ON AL SHABAB CAMP IN SOMALIA

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Kenya’s air force pounded two al Shabaab camps in Somalia on Sunday, a Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) source said, in the first major military response to last week’s attack by the militant group on a Kenyan university. Gunmen from the al Qaeda-aligned group killed 148 people on Thursday when they ...

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How soldiers were used to rig elections in Taraba — Community Leaders

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Irked by the deployment of soldiers during the last presidential and national assembly elections, Southern Taraba Communities of Wukari, Takum and Ibi have threatened to boycott Saturday’s governorship and state House of Assemblies elections should soldiers be deployed again for the poll. The communities alleged that soldiers deployed in the ...

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