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ISIS Reveals Plans To Colonize Nigeria

A map has been revealed showing how much of the world the Islamic State plans to colonize by 2020. According to the map, ISIS is aiming to control Europe, the Middle East, and various parts of Africa in the nest 5 years. READ; ISIS Reveals Plans To Colonize Nigeria Before 2020

11 People Dead After Stampede At Indian Temple

The stampede occurred when thousands of people tried to force their way into the temple when its gates opened. According to a police officer Subodh Kumar, 8 women were among the dead, with 24 injured people being treated at a local hospital. READ; 11 People Dead After Stampede At Indian Temple

44 Dead, Over 500 Injured In China Explosions

Two explosions in the port city of Tianjin, China, have left over 44 dead and 500 people injured. READ; VIDEO: 44 Dead, Over 500 Injured In Explosions In Tianjin, China

Mugabe Sacks Chief Of Staff

Renowned to many as one of the most controversial Ruler, the president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, has allegedly fired his Chief of Defense forces for being too close to his wife and staring at her butt when she bent down. READ; Mugabe Sacks Chief For Staring At Wife’s Buttock (Photos)

Its Time For Nigerians To Return To Agriculture

President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday, vowed to pay more than mere lips service to the agriculture sector, as crude oil and gas exports will no longer be sufficient as the country’s major revenue earner. READ; It’s Time To Return To Agriculture – Buhari

Nigerian Banks Refuses Loan To Broke Senators

Due to the seeming cash crunch that is affecting the three tiers of the Nigerian government, banks have refused to loan cash to some Nigerian senators. READ; Nigerian Banks Refuse Broke Senators Loan

Former President, Jonathan Meets Buhari Secretly

A source close to the polity squealed that Jonathan was at the Presidential Villa to check Buhari’s body language as regards the rumored probe. READ; Scared Of Probe: Jonathan Secretly Meet With Buhari

Senate President Cautions Nigerians

On Thursday, August 6th, 2015, SaharaReporters published a totally fabricated report entitled:“Nigeria’s Senate President Saraki Lied In His Official Election Forms” on its website. In that dubious and utterly false report, SR alleged that the Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, is not a Nigerian citizen. READ; Senate President, Saraki Attacks Sahara Reporters, Cautions Nigerians

Custom Boss, Dikko Resigns

The Controller General of the Nigerian Customs, Abdullahi Dikko Inde, has tendered his resignation letter to President Muhammad Buhari. READ; Nigeria: Custom Boss, Dikko Tenders Resignation Letter To Buhari

Nigerian Banks Cut Daily Withdrawal Limit On ATMs

Following plan to stabilize the Nigerian currency, banks have trim down the daily withdrawal limit on Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) and foreign transactions on all existing Naira debit cards (ATM cards). READ; Nigeria: Banks Cut Daily Withdrawal Limit On ATMs

Boko Haram Terrorists Arrested In Lagos

Retiring General Officer Commanding (GOC) 81Division Nigerian Army Major General Tamunomiebi Dibi has on Monday revealed that a good number of Boko Haram terrorists were arrested in Lagos and Ogun States. READ; Several Boko Haram Terrorists Were Arrested In Lagos – General Dibi

NNPC GMD Sacks 38

The general manager of the corporation, Ohi Alegbe, in a statement issued in Abuja on August 13 announced the appointment of the new group general managers for some of its departments. READ; NNPC GMD Appoints 15 New General Managers, Sacks 38 [See List]

Pres. Buhari Appoints PWC, KPMG To Audit NNPC

The Nigerian Government has appointed renowned accounting and auditing firms, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and Klynveld Peat Marwick Goerdeler (KPMG) to audit Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and other agencies. READ; Buhari Appoints PwC, KPMG To Audit NNPC, CBN, FIRS, Others

NUC Refuses 11 Nigerian Universities Licence

Following the inability of some Nigerian Universities to meet up with the set standards, the National Universities Commission, NUC has on Thursday denied 11 private universities operating in Nigeria full operational licenses. READ; NUC Refuses 11 Nigerian Universities Licenses To Function, Check If Yours Is Among

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