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Bullets in the classroom: Cameroon students caught in Boko Haram crossfire

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FOTOKOL (AFP) – Stray bullets regularly whizz through the courtyard of the Fotokol high school in northern Cameroon, a terrifying reminder of the Boko Haram gunmen carrying out deadly raids just across the border with Nigeria. Their insides cramped with fear, pupils’ eyes dart from their teacher towards the windows during class, unable to concentrate on their lessons. “We have ...

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Keshi’s 23-man World Cup squad unveiled

Super Eagles head coach Stephen Keshi released his list of 23 players for the Brazil 2014 World Cup on Monday. Defender Joseph Yobo will play in his third FIFA World Cup finals and have opportunity to become Nigeria’s first–ever century – international after he was named in the African champions’ final list of 23 for Brazil 2014. Also going to ...

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Mbu bans rallies in Abuja over abducted girls

The Federal Capital Territory Commissioner of Police, Joseph Mbu, on Monday banned all protests aimed as securing the release of the over 200 schoolgirls abducted from Chibok, Borno State in the FCT with immediate effect. Mbu, who announced the ban at a news conference in Abuja, said that the trend of the protest in the FCT was posing a serious ...

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IPMAN crisis: NUPENG urges CJN to investigate Abuja High court ruling

*Serves 14-day strike notice NIGERIA Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, NUPENG, has called on Chief Justice of the Federation and Chairman of the National Judicial Commission, NJC, Justice Aloma Mariam Muktar, to investigate the circumstance that led to an Abuja High Court to give a counter ruling to a subsisting Port Harcourt High ruling on the leadership crisis in ...

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Fuel subsidy splits Confab delegates


The proposed removal of subsidy by the national conference’s Committee on Public Finance has split delegates at the ongoing national conference. At the resumed plenary on Monday, some delegates kicked against the removal of fuel subsidy by the government, saying there was nothing wrong if the government continued to subsidise petroleum products in Nigeria, while some, who supported the removal of ...

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 Investigate Security Operations in the Northeast, NLC tells FG

President of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Abdulwaheed Omar, on Monday called for the investigation of all security operations in the Boko Haram-devastated north-eastern part of the country. Omar said the call has become imperative because no considerable landmark has been achieved in the fight against insecurity that has ravaged the area, despite the huge resources spent by the government ...

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