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Charles Igbinidu

Charles Igbinidu is a Public Relations practitioner in Lagos, Nigeria

I am disappointed in EFCC, Sahara Reporters – Nwasike

 Mr. Obiefuna Timothy Nwasike is one of the many Nigerians in diaspora who has bitter tales to tell of their experiences in the hands of business             partners, bad media and law enforcement agencies in Nigeria. The former SHELL Petroleum staff, who is based in Basingstoke, England, spoke with our correspondent, Ayo Ogunojemite  expressing disappointment and …

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PDP Believes in Restructuring – Adeyeye

We have read the Statement credited to the National Publicity Secretary of the Ruling All Progressive Congress (APC), Mr. Bolaji Ojo-Abdullahi in which he said that our Party – the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) – has never been and is not interested in restructuring with amusement.

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Adeboye prays for Buhari in London

Leader of the Redeemed Christian Church of God Worldwide, Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye was President Muhammadu Buhari’s guest in London on Friday, and he prayed for the fast recovery of the Nigerian leader.

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#ResumeOrResign Protesters Get UK Police Permit To Hold Vigil Against Buhari In London

The UK police has granted a series of permits to Nigerians in London who are set to embark on a procession and night vigil against the continued stay of President Muhammadu Buhari in “Abuja House” in London. A UK-based Nigerian, Chidi Cali, told Saharareporters that the London Metropolitan police granted their group express permission to engage in a #Resumeorresign which will …

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Singer Dammy Krane set free

Singer Oyindamola Emmanuel Johnson-Hunga popularly known as Dammy Krane is off the hook, as a court in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States, has struck out a charge of credit card forgery, armed conspiracy and grand theft filed against him.

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Lagos slumps as travel to Africa displays double-digit growth

During the coming five months, August – December 2017, there will be 16% fewer airline seats on domestic routes and 9% fewer and on international routes to and from Lagos An analysis of seat capacity for travel to the top ten international airports in Africa, produced by ForwardKeys, reveals that Lagos is seeing substantial declines in both domestic and international …

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Seven Things Nigerian Students Can Do While ASUU is On Strike

It has been a few years since students in Nigerians had to deal with long-term strikes; and just at the moment we thought the era of students having to stay an extra 2 to 3 years in school due to unnecessary strikes by championed by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) was over, they strike again.

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