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Arsenal legend to Wenger; please quit now!

Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has adviced Manager Arsene Wenger to quit the London just as he lamented the fact that Arsenal are in "crisis...

16 players hit camp for Nigeria,Cameroon clash

Sixteen players have stormed the Super Eagles camp ahead of Friday's World Cup qualifier against Cameroon. The players led returnee captain of the team, John Mikel Obi,...

On Nigeria’s unity and greatness we stand- Southeast/Southsouth governors

Despite what they called obvious marginalisation in the distribution of national cake, Southeast/Southsouth governors have renewed their faith in a united Nigeria. They subscribed to...

Strike: FG, ASUU again meet today

The Federal Government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities,  ASUU, will again meet today in a bid to resolve the ongoing strike embarked...

FG in contact with US on repatriation of stolen fund -Osinbajo

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Monday said the present administration has reached out to the United States government to step up its assistance in ensuring that...

Nollywood Actor Obi Madubuogu is dead

Ailing veteran Nollywood actor, Obi Madubogwo, who has been battling diabetes is dead! Popular OAP, Enoh Ogbevire broke the news on his  Twitter account; Nollywood loses...

Gunmen kidnap four at notorious spot on Owo-Ikare road in Ondo

Unknown gunmen have abducted four commuters travelling in a commercial bus along Owo-Ikare road in Ondo state. The victims were said to be coming to...

D’BANJ’s king don come album tops chart

Several hours to the release of the much anticipated studio album from former MO'HITS singer, Dapo Oyebanjo aka D’Banj, the excited kokomaster is quite...

Varsities’ non-academic unions begin mobilisation for strike

The three non-academic staff unions in the universities have said that failure of the Federal Government to address their agitations, along that of the...

JAMB defends low minimum cut-off marks

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has defended the pegging of 120 as minimum cut-off marks for university admission. JAMB’s Head of Information Dr....
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