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Nigerians React As Buhari’s Aide Describes #RevolutionNow Protests As “Irritating”

The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, has been criticized for justifying the clampdown of #RevolutionNow protesters by security agents across the nation on Wednesday. Adesina, who appeared on Channels Television Sunrise Daily programme on Thursday, said the protest were just an irritation & a distraction. He also stated that if the arrests…

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OB Cuisine: Meals With Abi‘s Version Of Crepes Is Our Ultimate Breakfast Inspiration

What better way to wake up on a Thursday morning than to delicious Crepes? Food blogger, Meal With Abi has shared her super easy recipe with us. She says, “Want a quick easy breakfast? This crepe is one that you’ll love, it’s just a thin version of pancake originated in France. Please use a non stick pan…

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US Warns Nigeria Of ISIS, Al-Qaeda Penetrating Northwest & Seeking Expansion Into South

The United States Government has warned that international terrorist groups, ISIS and Al-Qaeda are penetrating Northwest and looking to expand further south into the littoral areas of Nigeria. The Commander of US Special Operations Command Africa, Major General Davin Anderson, raised the alarm during a digital briefing on US efforts to combat terrorism in Africa…

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COVID-19: Nigeria Records 457 New Cases, Toll Rises To 44,890

Nigeria’s coronavirus toll has risen to 44,890 as the nation recorded 457 more cases on Wednesday night. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) who made the announcement via Twitter said the new infections were recorded Lagos, the Federal Capital Territory and 19 other states of the federation. While Lagos topped the list with 137 cases, the FCT came…

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COVID-19: Federal Government Evacuates 306 Stranded Nigerians From UAE

The Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) has confirmed the return of at least 306 Nigerians stranded in the United Arab Emirates due to the coronavirus pandemic. Making the report known via Twitter on Wednesday, NIDCOM said the evacuees arrived at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport at 8:44 am. Some of the evacuees disembarked in Abuja while…

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Over 40 #RevolutionNow Protesters Arrested Across Abuja, Lagos & Osun

Several men and women participating in the #RevolutionNow protest initiated by the publisher of SaharaReporters, Omoyele Sowore have been arrested by security agents across three different states. The protesters carrying placards and banners had set out as early as 8 am to demand good governance from the Buhari-led administration. The security agents which include police and Army,…

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Lebanon Explosion: Death Toll Exceed 100 As Cause Of Blast Is Revealed

The massive explosion that shook entire neighbourhoods of Lebanon’s capital, Beirut has killed more than 100 people and injured over 4,000, the Lebanese Red Cross said Wednesday. Security sources in the country have also claimed that the blast which sent seismic shockwaves through the city on Tuesday evening, August 4, destroying buildings and shattering windows was caused by a…

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Police Arrest Seven Suspects In Connection To The Murder Of Khafi’s Brother

The UK Police has announced that seven people have been arrested in connection to the murder of BBNaija star Khafi’s brother, Alexander Kareem. Recall that the 20-year-old was shot close to his family house in Shepherd’s Bush, West London on June 8. Reports had claimed that he walking back home from a convenience store when he was shot in a case of mistaken…

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Federal Government Amends Broadcast Code, Increases Hate Speech Fine To N5m

The Federal Government has increased the fine for hate speech from N500,000 to 5 million naira, according to reports from The Punch. Lai Mohammed, Minister of Information, made this known in Lagos on Tuesday while unveiling the Reviewed Broadcasting Code. The amended code also mandated broadcast stations to devote airtime for public education on emergencies such…

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