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Elderly Woman Caught on CCTV Stealing Bags, Phones and Car Keys at Reedeemed Church in Lagos (Video)


Wednesday, September 20, 2017

A woman who specializes in stealing at church gatherings has been arrested by the police after she was caught on a CCTV camera.   The elderly woman after she was caught stealing   An elderly woman has been shamed after she was caught on CCTV camera walking into a Redeemed Christian Church of God and stealing ...

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Chief Justice of Nigeria Creates Corruption & Financial Crimes Court


Monday, September 18, 2017

While speaking at the special session of the Supreme Court where he administered oath on 29 new Senior Advocates of Nigeria on Monday, the Chief Justice of Nigeria revealed that it has established a special court for corruption. Justice Walter Onnoghen during his swearing-in as 20th Chief Justice of Nigeria   The Chief Justice of ...

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Nigerian Internet Users Still Stand at 91 Million


Monday, September 18, 2017

The Nigerian Communications Commission has released the huge number of internet users in Nigeria for the month of July.   File Photo   The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says internet users in Nigeria were still 91 million as at July.   The telecommunications industry regulator made this known in its monthly internet subscribers’ data published on its website ...

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Army to Launch Operation Crocodile Smile II In South-South & South-West


Sunday, September 17, 2017

The leadership of the Nigerian Army has announced its plan to launch military operations in more geopolitical zones in Nigeria as part of its 'sanitary exercises'.   Brig.-Gen. Sani Usman   As Operation Python Dance in the South-East region continues to generate controversy, the Nigerian Army said on Saturday that it would launch an operation, Crocodile ...

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Millionaire opens doors of his $30 million home to 70 foster kids displaced by Hurricane Irma


Friday, September 15, 2017

Not all heroes wear capes and not all saviors hang on the cross. A Florida millionaire has opened his home to 70 displaced foster kids after the deadly Hurricane Irma ripped through the state. The children, who are from the SOS Children’s Village in Florida, were forced out of their foster home into an emergency shelter in the wake of the deadly storm. ...

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United States Government Advices Nigeria Over IPOB and Military Clash


Thursday, September 14, 2017

The ongoing restiveness in the South East has attracted the attention of the US Government following the clash between IPOB and the military. Nigerian soldiers The United States Government has called on the government and leaders in Nigeria to end the violence between the Nigerian Army and the secessionist group, the Indigenous People of Biafra, continues to ...

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