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Headlines Today Sunday, 25/03/2018

Clergy to Buhari: Alleviate hardships in 2018

Apostle Uchechukwu Duru, the President, League of Shepherds, Nigeria, on Friday appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari to alleviating the sufferings of masses in 2018. Duru made the call when his team of ministers presented an Award of Recognition for Humanitarian Services to a lawmaker, Hon. Victor Akande, in his office in Lagos. “The priority of

Emir of Gwandu urges journalists to shun hate speech

The Emir of Gwandu, Alhaji Muhammadu Bashar, has tasked journalists to intensify campaign against hate speech in order to ensure national unity and peaceful coexistence among Nigerians. Hate Speech Bashar made the call in Birnin Kebbi on Friday, when he received the national and the North-West zone officials of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ)

Petrol scarcity: Transport fare increases in Kano

It is no longer news that petrol is scarce in Kano metropolis. What is now news is that commercial tricycle operators on Friday increased their fares by about 70 per cent. The petrol scarcity had reduced the number of tricycle operators popularly known as “Yan’adaidaita’’ on the roads. NAN reports that some of the operators

NSCDC arrests 60 suspects, convicts 10 in 3 months

The Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) Ondo State Command, said it arrested more than 60 suspects and secured the conviction of 10 people for various crimes within 100 days in the state. NSCDC Mr. Awili Pedro, the State Commandant of NSCDC, announced this on Friday during the commissioning of the divisional headquarters, ‘B’

Erdogan, Pope Francis discuss Jerusalem, disagrees with Trump

President Recep Erdogan of Turkey discussed the situation around Jerusalem in a phone conversation with Pope Francis on Friday, stressing the importance of preserving the city’s status, Turkish media reported, citing presidential sources. During the talks, both Erdogan and the Pope stressed that the protection of Jerusalem’s current status was crucial in order to ensure

Jerusalem: US envoy lambasts Palestinians over reaction to Trump’s decision

US Ambassador to Israel, David Friedman has criticized Palestinian reaction to President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of the Middle Eastern country. He described the response as provocative, unnecessary, and “anti-Semitic.” Friedman, who strongly supported the US policy shift regarding the capital, said the Palestinians were “largely emotional” and “unfortunately overreacted.” He said

Liberia’s VP concedes defeat, congratulates Weah

Jospeh Boakai PHOTO:NAN Liberia’s Vice President, Jospeh Boakai, has conceded the Dec. 26 presidential runoff election to former soccer star, George Weah. In a nationwide broadcast from his party’s headquarters in Monrovia on Friday, Boakai who was flanked by his supporters and party leaders, said he had already called Weah to congratulate him. “I, Joseph

China mall erects giant Trump dog statue

People walk past a statue of a dog, with a resemblance to US President Donald Trump, outside a shopping mall in Taiyuan, in China’s northern Shanxi province on December 29, 2017. A mall in northern China has once again installed a larger than life animal statue with more than a passing resemblance to US President

Allardyce targets striker in transfer window

PHOTO:AFP Everton manager Sam Allardyce says he is in the market for a striker in the January transfer window. The Merseyside outfit sold Romelu Lukaku over the summer and have struggled recently to score this season with their last two games ending 0-0. Reports this week suggested the club is interested in Besiktas striker Cenk

Gunman kills 9 in attack on Egypt church

An Egyptian security member inspect the entrance gate of a church south of the capital Cairo, following a gun attack, on December 29, 2017. A gunman opened fire on a church, killing at least nine people before policemen shot him dead, state media and officials said. / AFP PHOTO / Samer ABDALLAH A gunman opened

London stocks end year on record high

London Stock Exchange London’s FTSE 100 ended 2017 on a new record high on Friday, on a shortened final day of trading before the New Year break. The benchmark index of blue-chip shares was boosted once again by strong mining stocks, and closed at 1230 GMT, up 0.9 percent at a new closing high of

Bangladesh targets 100,000 for first Rohingya repatriation

Rohingya Muslim refugees children queue for aid suplies at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar on December 4, 2017. Rohingya are still fleeing into Bangladesh even after an agreement was signed with Myanmar to repatriate hundreds of thousands of the Muslim minority displaced along the border, officials said on November 27. / AFP PHOTO

People waiting to stone you – Fayose’s aide dares Fayemi walk to Ekiti streets without security

Special Assistant to Ekiti State Governor on Public Communications andNew Media, Lere Olayinka has challenged the Minister for Steel andMinerals Resources Development, Dr. Kayode Fayemi to walk the streetsof Ado Ekiti, the Ekiti State capital, without security men and seewhether he won’t be stoned by angry people of Ekiti State whose moneyhe “looted” during his

DPR dispenses 8,000 litres of petrol to motorists in Zamfara

Petrol. PHOTO: GOOGLE.COM/SEARCH The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has sealed 8 filling stations in Gusau for allegedly selling petrol above N145 and dispensed 8,000 litres of the product free of charge to motorists. The Operations Controller in charge of DPR field office, Gusau, Mr Ango Haruna, disclosed this while addressing newsmen in Gusau on

China denies illicit oil sale to North Korea

China on Friday denied reports it has been illicitly selling oil products to North Korea, after U.S. President Donald Trump said he was not happy that Beijing allowed oil to reach the isolated nation. President Xi Jinping, has a duty to defend China Trump said on Twitter on Thursday that China had been “caught” allowing

2 labourers sentenced to jail for stealing yam

A Mararaba Grade 1 Area Court, Aso Pada in Nasarawa State, on Friday sentenced two labourers to six months imprisonment each for stealing 50 tubers of yam. The judge, Upside Yaqub, however, gave the convicts, Habibu Kabiru, 25; and Salisu Hamidu, 22, both residents of Old Orange Market Mararaba, an option of N5, 000 fine

Tompolo: Niger-Delta students fume, ask FG to drop charges against ex-Militant

Niger Delta students comprising of the students of the National Association of Gbaramatu Students (NAGS) and Law Students Association of Nigerian Students, Delta State University chapter, have asked President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government to drop charges against the former militant, Mr. Government Ekpemupolo, popularly known as Tompolo. Tompolo and Buhari The students who made the

Tanzania threatens to de-register churches who criticise president from pulpit

John Magufuli PHOTO: Simon Maina/AFP via Getty Images<br /> Tanzania has threatened to revoke the registration of religious organisations that “mix religion and politics” after a cleric criticised President John Magufuli’s leadership in a Christmas sermon. Opposition leaders in Tanzania say tolerance for dissent has been rapidly disappearing since Magufuli took office in late 2015

EPL: Conte reveals Chelsea’s target this season

Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte has said that catching up with Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City side would be a difficult task this season. The Italian said the focus now is to finish top four and play in the the Champions League next season. To achieve this, Conte urged his players to take a significant step by

How To Make The Perfect Holiday Cocktail

The holidays wouldn’t be so merry without some awesome cocktails. Unfortunately, they are almost forgotten through all the worrying about cooking and entertaining visitors and family members. Holiday drinks deserve to be about more than getting discounts on drinks from supermarkets, although that’s great too. Try out this cocktail to get your parties off to

Djokovic pulls out of Abu Dhabi comeback

Serbia’s Novak Djokovic reacts during his tennis match against Spain’s Marcel Granollers at the Roland Garros 2017 French Open on May 29, 2017 in Paris. / AFP PHOTO / GABRIEL BOUYS Former world number one and 12-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic withdrew from the Mubadala World Tennis Championship on Friday with elbow pain to

Change is on, Liberia President elect, Weah, promises

Former football superstar, George Weah, took to his Facebook page to react to provisional results of Tuesday’s presidential runoff polls in Liberia. “My fellow Liberians, I deeply feel the emotion of all the nation. I measure the importance and the responsibility of the immense task which I embrace today. George Weah “Change is on’’, Weah

Liberians hail victory of ex-football star Weah in landmark vote

People gather to celebrate the victory of ex-football superstar George Weah in Liberia’s presidential run-off, on December 28, 2017 in Monrovia. Partial results showed on December 28 former football star George Weah won Liberia’s presidential run-off against the Vice President, in the first democratic transfer of power in decades following two devastating civil wars. /

Loyalty puts Oyegun in trouble

Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, National Chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC), has confirmed that his loyalty to President Muhammadu Buhari is not palatable to some party men. The loyalty has pitted him against some of the bigwigs in the ruling APC. National Chairman of APC, Chief Odigie Oyegun  Oyegun said he was being persecuted because of