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Urhobo as part of Biafra disrespectful, says Omo-Agege

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The member representing Delta Central Senatorial District at the National Assembly, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, has condemned the inclusion of Urhobo ethnic nationality as part of Biafra, noting that such an action is a blunt disrespect to the Urhobo Nation. Omo-Agege in a statement on Wednesday stressed that Urhobo people would ...

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Northern Youths Order Igbo Out Of Region.

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Northern Youths Order Igbo Out Of Region. …Says, ‘The region is tired of 1914 marriage. Prominent Northern youth organisations, on Tuesday, rose from a joint meeting called ‘Kaduna Declaration’ to issue a serious threat to the Igbo residing in the region urging them to begin making arrangements to relocate out ...

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Bomb Scare: Passengers Jump Off Plane in Australia (SEE PHOTOS)

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Panic-stricken passengers on board Virgin Airline plane jumped to safety after a threatening note was found on board. Terrified passengers jumped from a Virgin Airline plane at an Australian airport after a threatening note was found on board. The reported bomb threat, which turned out to be a hoax, was ...

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Musiliu Obanikoro loses mum

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Aged mother of embattled Nigerian Senator Musiliu Obanikoro has died. It was gathered that she died in the early hours of Saturday June 3, 2017 in Lagos and she will be buried according to Islamic rites later this afternoon. May her soul rest in peace, amen.   SOURCE

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Too many ‘Beer Parlours’ in Anambra -Monarch cries Out

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Chief Alex Onyido, the traditional ruler of Ogilisi, Idemili South Local Government in Anambra, has called for stringent measures to curtail the growing number of ‘Beer Parlours’ in the state. Onyido made the call yesterday in Awka, while speaking at the the 2017 edition of Lady Victoria Onyido quiz competition, ...

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44 Nigerian, Ghanaian migrants perish in Sahara Desert

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More than 40 migrants from Nigeria and Ghana have died in the Sahara Desert after their truck broke down in arid northern Niger. The Red Cross said the migrants, most of whom have not been identified, died this week. According to Reuters, six survivors walked to a remote village where ...

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