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Tag: today’s news round-up
Whitewashing the dead – and more, in today’s news round-up with Cheta Nwanze

Whitewashing the dead – and more, in today’s news round-up with Cheta Nwanze

by Cheta Nwanze     Arisekola Alao, was to run into trouble many times in the future, quite notably in 2011, when one of Nigeria’s biggest banks, Guaranty Trust ...

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Mom from hell: Woman poisons her son ‘to drive up blog traffic’ (PICTURED)

Mom from hell: Woman poisons her son ‘to drive up blog traffic’ (PICTURED)

by Adeola Balogun A young mother in New York has been arrested and charged with the murder of her child who she allegedly killed ‘to drive up blog traffic’ 26-year-old ...

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End of an era – and more, in today’s news round-up with Cheta Nwanze

End of an era – and more, in today’s news round-up with Cheta Nwanze

by Zara Mustapha   The tax haven of Liechtenstein has had a change of heart. They will be returning to us, the cash that was carted to them in quite a few wheelbarrows, two ...

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The boy who cried wolf – and more, in today’s news round-up with Cheta Nwanze

The boy who cried wolf – and more, in today’s news round-up with Cheta Nwanze

by Cheta Nwanze While people were dying in Damaturu, 1144 km from there, almost 500 others are still singing hymns at a military dungeon in Aba. In order to justify holding the ...

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Emotions taking me over – and more, in today’s news round-up with Cheta Nwanze

Emotions taking me over – and more, in today’s news round-up with Cheta Nwanze

by Cheta Nwanze ….we must point out that NEPA’s inability to supply power during a critical time such as the World Cup is symptomatic of the lack of what I will call ...

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Wickedness: 11 men have their fingers sliced as punishment for voting (PHOTO, WATCH)

Wickedness: 11 men have their fingers sliced as punishment for voting (PHOTO, WATCH)

by ‘Jola Sotubo Eleven elders in Afghanistan have had their fingers sliced by the Taliban after they voted in a presidential election on Saturday. The old men were kidnapped ...

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Will they be coming home? – and more, in today’s news round-up with Cheta Nwanze

Will they be coming home? – and more, in today’s news round-up with Cheta Nwanze

by Cheta Nwanze ….people like Gaby feel more at home in Abuja because Abuja has amenities, such as primary schools, that they have pointedly denied their people back in the ...

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Opinion: What does Oby Ezekwesili really want?

Opinion: What does Oby Ezekwesili really want?

by Offor Honest Munachiso She has been called a disgrace to Ndigbo for championing the cause of a tribe that masterminded the mass annihilation of her people and still continues ...

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Meet UNILAG’s youngest graduating medical student

Meet UNILAG’s youngest graduating medical student

by S’ola Filani Miss Maryam Opeyemi Raji, 21, has emerged the youngest graduating medical student at the College of Medicine, University of Lagos. She was the one of the ...

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Let’s attend a burning – and more, in today’s news round-up with Cheta Nwanze

Let’s attend a burning – and more, in today’s news round-up with Cheta Nwanze

by Cheta Nwanze The Amis sadly, have a long history of failing to take into consideration the cultural nuances of places that they interact with, and Nigeria’s West has a ...

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