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WAEC official disowns Buhari’s Cambridge credentials

A West African Examination Council official, Osidehinde Adewunmi, on Wednesday, disowned the Cambridge University’s Moderated International Examination credentials produced by President Muhammadu Buhari and tendered as exhibits before the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal in Abuja.

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No certificate listed on Buhari’s CV —Abba Kyari

President Muhammadu Buhari’s Chief of Staff, Abba Kyari, admitted before the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal in Abuja on Tuesday that no certificate was listed on the President’s curriculum vitae and that none was among the documents obtained from Cambridge University earlier tendered as exhibits.

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We didn’t submit our certificates to Army —Buhari’s mate

A course mate of President Muhammadu Buhari in the Nigerian Army, Maj.-Gen. Paul Tarfa (retd), told the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal on Tuesday that the claim that he and members of his set were asked to hand over their school certificates to the Nigerian Army while being enlisted in 1962 was false.

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2-year-old boy found dead inside a daycare van

A 2-year-old boy was found dead on Monday, July 29th inside a daycare van in Oakland Park, Florida.   According to Broward County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Keyla Concepcion, the boy had been transported in the van to Ceressa’s Enrichment and Empowerment Academy at some point on Monday.   The Sheriff’s Office does not know what time the boy arrived at the …

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President Trump pardons five ex- convicts

U.S. President Donald Trump has issued full pardons to five criminals who served sentences on charges including drug trafficking, weapons sales and illegal gambling, the White House said in a statement.   It cited the men’s acceptance of responsibility for their crimes and the community service or charitable work each has performed since their release. The individuals were John Richard Bubala, …

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Nigerian female pilgrim from Sokoto State dies in Madinah

An elderly female Nigerian pilgrim from Sokoto State has died in Madinah, Saudi Arabia, few days to the commencement of 2019 Hajj rites. Dr Hamidu Liman, Head of Medical team, National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON), made the disclosure when briefing journalists in Madinah today.   Liman, who did not identify the deceased, said she had an ailment before embarking …

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Soldiers in Aba reportedly shaved off hair of people with dreadlocks and colour dye before taking them to unknown destination

In yet another example of disregard for basic Human Rights, soldiers of the Nigerian Army are reported to have swooped on residents in the commercial hub of Aba to shave off the hair of young men with dreadlocks and colour dye before taking them to unknown destination. Some residents, who witnessed the incident, said they were afraid that another season …

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