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Daily Archives: 12th November 2014

10 killed as bomb blast rocks teachers college

At least 10 people were feared dead on Wednesday after an suspected suicide bombing rocked a teacher training college in northwest Nigeria as students were sitting exams, police and a student said. The blast happened at the Federal College of Education in the town of Kontagora, Niger state, some 150 kilometres (90 miles) from the state capital, Minna. There was ...

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Commission Geometrics Power Plant at Osisioma Ngwa or … – IGBOEZUE

BY EUCLID MICHAEL, ABUJA IGBOEZUE Cultural Association Wednesday  took a swipe at President Goodluck Jonathan over the non-commissioning of the Geometric Power Plant at Osisioma-Ngwa, Abia state. The project popularly called “Alaoji Power Plant” is the only completed Private, Public Partnership (PPP)power project completed over a year ago that is yet to be commissioned or made available for public use. ...

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Violence: 13,000 Nigerians flee to Cameroon – UN

The UN Refugee Agency on Tuesday said violence by Boko Haram insurgents in Nigeria’s northeast continues to send thousands of refugees across the border into neighbouring Cameroon. UN High Commissioner for Refugee (UNHCR), said that some 13,000 Nigerian refugees crossed from Adamawa state after insurgents attacked and captured the town of Mubi in late October. The refugees fled to the ...

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Under Jonathan there has been nothing but blood, tears, sorrow – APC

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The All Progressives Congress (APC) has described as utterly insensitive and absolutely callous the decision by President Goodluck Jonathan to declare his second term ambition a day after almost 50 students were killed and about 80 injured in a suicide bombing in Potiskum, accusing the President of dancing on the graves of the students as well as of all the ...

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Boko Haram: Military raises fresh alarm

*Another Adamawa town captured The military, yesterday, raised alarm that following the new onslaught by Nigerian troops to reclaim seized communities from Boko Haram terrorists in the North East, the insurgents have resorted to using women and children as human shields in order to halt or slow down the troops’ advance. The alarm came a day after the Boko Haram ...

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2015: PDP will not hand over power to terrorism sponsors, says Akpabio

File: Chairman PDP Governors’ Forum, Governor Godswill Akpabio of Akwa Ibom State briefing State House Correspondents

Governor Godswill Akpabio of Akwa Ibom State and Chairman, Peoples Democratic Party Governors’ Forum, Chief Godswill Akpabio said Tuesday that the ruling party will not handover to sponsors of terrorism. Akpabio said this on behalf of his colleagues at President Jonathan’s presidential declaration at Eagles Square, Abuja said that the road to 2015 would not be smooth for President Jonathan ...

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