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See the Nigerians Deported From UK at the MMIA Lagos Today (Photos)


Some Nigerians who were forcefully deported from the United Kingdom have arrived the Murtala Mohammed International Airport in Lagos. Nigerians deported from the United Kingdom arrived at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos on Wednesday. It was confirmed that the deportees were made up of 33 males and 8 females. ...

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Judge Blocks President Trump’s Order to Return Refugees and Visa-Holders

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Donald Trump’s controversial immigration policy has suffered a setback following a court order militating against the signed Executive Order. A federal judge in Brooklyn blocked part of an executive order that President Donald Trump signed Friday barring visitors from seven Muslim-majority countries. The emergency stay, issued Saturday night, temporarily prevents ...

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Iran Vows Retaliation Against Donald Trump’s Migrant Ban


Middle-eastern country, Iran is prepared to bar Americans from entering its territory should U.S president, Trump carry on with his ban on its citizens. Iran will block American citizens from entering the country in “retaliation” for Donald Trump’s ban on travellers from seven majority-Muslim countries coming to the US, officials ...

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6 Sets of People Who are Praying for Buhari to Die and Their Reasons


A Nigerian writer has penned down an interesting piece concerning the constant death rumours trailing President Muhammadu Buhari. The rumour mongers and conspiracy theorists have been very busy since Mr. Presdent travelled for his annual vacation. Some proclaimed him dead, to some he is in a vegetative state; then to ...

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Oba Of Benin Moves to Take Over Suspended Chief’s Building


The Oba of Benin has caused a stir in his kingdom after making moves to take over the property of a suspended chief. The indefinite suspension of the Isekhurhe of Benin, Chief Nosakhare Isekhurhe, by the Benin Traditional Council took a twist on Wednesday when some senior chiefs from the ...

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