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Man Who Named His Dog ‘Buhari’ Released From Prisons. Get This And More Here.

 

  1. Man who named his dog ‘Buhari’ released from prisons
  2. Fake alcoholic drinks in circulation
  3. Africa pepper prevents prostate, breast cancer
  4. Taxi driver commits suicide in Abuja
  5. Nigeria sliding towards Islamic state, says NCEF
  6. Arewa leaders urge govt to curb herdsmen attacks, child trafficking
  7. IPOB denies split in its ranks, says unity not in doubt
  8. Jama’atu Nasril Islam condemns alleged blasphemy killings in Zamfara
  9. Niger Delta militant group wants all-inclusive peace process
  10. Nigerians await September 1 solar eclipse
  11. Effects of skipping breakfast – Nutritionists
  12. Nigeria partners Argentina on biosafety regulations, others
  13. Fulani herdsman arrested for killing mother, brother’s wife in Kwara
  14. Christian elders to Sultan: Nigeria being run like Islamic country
  15. Man who named dog ‘Buhari’ unable to raise N50, 000 for bail
  16. Boko Haram violence taking “devastating toll” on children – UNICEF
  17. Two feared killed as troops invade Bayelsa community
  18. You can’t kill people for abusing the Prophet – Zamfara gov
  19. Three feared killed as gunmen invade Rivers community
  20. Why I was detained by EFCC – First Bank director
  21. Gombe to immunise 900,000 children against polio
  22. One killed, houses burnt in Edo tanker explosion
  23. Zamfara killing: Defend yourselves, CAN urges Christians
  24. Tension as Police kill 17-year-old boy in Bayelsa
  25. 10 States allocate grazing lands to herdsmen
  26. Gas explosion kills one in Damaturu
  27. NAF extends humanitarian support to IDPs in Bama
  28. Flood destroys 300 houses in Yobe
  29. Shallow graves found in home of Prophet who chained 13 children, 15 adults
  30. World’s largest’ pearl emerges in Philippines

 

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