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“We Want Increased Trade Between Nigeria And UK”- Theresa May, British Prime Minister

British Prime Minister, Theresa May, says she had an excellent time in Nigeria and hopes to see increased trade and investment between Nigeria and the UK. She spoke with journalists at the Presidential Wing of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Ikeja on Wednesday in Lagos, shortly before departing the country at 8:10 p.m. “I was in…

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Nigerian Heptathlete Moe ‘Wonder’ Sasegbon Sets New High Jump Record

Young and exceptional British born Nigerian heptathlete, Moe Sasegbon, popularly known as ‘Moe Wonder’ has set a new personal best of 1.85m in high jump at the UK Women’s league in Crawley, England, where she finished in first place. The current national high jump record which stands at 1.95m is held by Nigerian female track…

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Nigerian Oil Tycoon, Walter Wagbatsoma Bags Jail Term In UK

47 year old Nigerian businessman, Walter Wagbatsoma, was on Wednesday sentenced to three years and six months imprisonment for money laundering in the United Kingdom. He was also disqualified from being a company director for six years. According to Lincolnshire police, Wagbatsoma fraudulently obtained funds in the UK which were laundered through an account in…

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17 Now Confirmed Dead in London Fire Accident

A day after the terrible Grenfell Tower fire, the Metropolitan Police has announced on Twitter that the number of fatalities has risen from the initial 6 to 17. The official twitter account of the Metropolitan Police in the tweet has also said that the number of fatalities may again rise, with 37 people still in the hospital, 17 of them receiving critical…

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Scotland Begins Voting On Whether To Stay In The Uk Or Become An Independent Nation

People in Scotland have begun voting on whether the country should stay in the United Kingdom (UK) or become an independent nation. Voters will answer “Yes” or “No” to the referendum question: “Should Scotland be an independent country?” With 4,285,323 people – 97 per cent of the electorate – registered to vote, a historically high turnout is…

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