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I’m Ready to Go to Jail – Ex Minister, Diezani Madueke Threatens Aluko, Omokore as Explosive Tape Leaks


After an explosive comment contained in a recorded conversation recovered by investigators probing the corruption allegations against Alison Madueke, it seem the former minister will be going to jail soon. Former Petroleum Minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke, who is being investigated for a series of multi-billion dollar fraud and money laundering offences ...

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Kola Aluko and Jide Omokore


Two major allies of the erstwhile Minister of Petroleum, Diezani Alison Madueke are facing trial abroad and could lose their assets. Kola Aluko and Jide Omokore, two Nigerian oil businessmen that are facing several fraud charges by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission are in trouble in the United States. ...

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Beggars in Nigeria Will Start Paying Tax – FG

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The Nigerian government is pursuing a strong tax policy that will be difficult to evade by people of different classes of labour. The Nigerian government has stated that no one would be left out in the campaign to enlarge the tax revenue. She said some beggars were earning millions and ...

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Gay rights supporters parade amid rain, protests in Seoul


(FILES) In a file photo taken on June 28, 2015 participants dance and wave banners during a gay pride parade as part of the ‘Korea Queer Festival’ in Seoul. Thousands of people will march through Seoul to support gay rights in a July 15, 2017 Pride parade. Homosexuality is not ...

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Zimbabwe’s Mugabe returns from Singapore medical care


Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe returned home on Saturday after medical treatment in Singapore, the state broadcaster said, putting to rest speculation over the 93-year-old’s whereabouts. The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation said Mugabe, who left for Singapore last Saturday, “had eye surgery in the Asian country a few years ago” and had ...

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US President, Donald Trump Sued For Blocking People On Twitter


A group of Twitter users blocked by President Trump has filed a lawsuit against him, claiming the president blocking users on the social network is unconstitutional. On Tuesday, seven individual defendants and the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University filed suit against Trump, press secretary Sean Spicer and Dan ...

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See what Vigilantes made two men caught stealing do (Photos)

Jungle Justice took a different turn for two young men from Agbor who were caught stealing a tank! 24-year-old bricklayer, Austin Agholor, and 22-year-old bus conductor, Trust Eronime, were paraded by the Agbor Gha Ihun security outfit after the reportedly confessed to stealing the tank which the saw while strolling ...

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FRSC returns N150,000 recovered at an accident scene


The Ogun State Chapter of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has returned N159,500 out of the N278, 500 it recovered from an accident scene in Ogun to the survivors and relatives of the deceased passengers. The FRSC Unit Commander in Sagamu, Mr Mohammed Abdullahi, said on Thursday that it ...

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Donald Trump Invites IPOB Members to White House


The Chief Mobilization Officer of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB,), Candy Stallworth, has released names of IPOB members/delegation that will visit the White House, July 21. Recall that IPOB had said they had an invitation to visit the White House but reportedly rescheduled it due the to the recent ...

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Former Osun State Governor, Chief Bisi Akande’s Wife Dies


Chieftain of All Progressives Congress (APC) and Former Governor of Osun State, Chief Bisi Akande lost his wife, Omowunmi, of over 50 years to cold hands of death yesterday, July 11. The APC Chieftain and his wife got married 51 years ago, with the marriage blessed with several children The ...

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