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Twitter deletes Buhari’s ‘abusive’ civil war Tweet, suspends account

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  Twitter on Wednesday removed a post and suspended the Twitter account of President Muhammadu Buhari. A Twitter spokesperson said the post "was in violation of the Twitter Rules and expects the account owner to...

China debunks growing Wuhan ‘Lab Leak Theory’, says it’s all politics

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China has expressed outrage at growing speculation in Western countries that the coronavirus may have originated in a Chinese laboratory, slamming new – and unproven – intelligence assessments and saying its scientists plan to...

Tinubu will be Nigeria’s President in 2023 – Bishop

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  The General Overseer and Primate of Christ Revelation Church of God a.k.a Holy Promise, Bishop Ayodeji Ipinmoroti has revealed that God in a vison has shown him, a more united Nigeria's next President come...

Nigerians demand probe of Airforce plane crash

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  Ebonyi Governor Engineer David Umahi, has joined the numerous voices who believe there was something fishy about the Airforce plane crash which killed COAS Attahiru, only 115 days into his appointment. the governor describes...

Tension as governors engage in war of words over Ortom’s advice to FG on...

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El-Rufai: Ortom is not a serious fellow, distracting attention from his failures and owes civil servants several months salaries. Ortom: El-Rufai is a religious and ethnic bigot, who breeds hatred among indigenes of the state,...

Beijing is buying up Britain

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  Chinese investors 'have spent £134 BILLION on UK assets including infrastructure, private schools, and FTSE 100 firms' Chinese investors have acquired stakes in UK's key infrastructure firms worth over £134billion says a Sunday Times report....

Fully vaccinated people don’t need masks outdoors – CDC Boss

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  "There are many situations where fully vaccinated people do not need to wear masks." The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated its public health guidance on Tuesday, finally conceding that people who are...

No more blackmail or huge ransom payments to bandits – Buhari

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Story by Saddyat Bello   |     At least 317 schoolgirls were abducted by bandits in the Friday morning raid on Government Girls Secondary School, Jangebe in Zamfara State. In the latest abduction, residents said the bandits operated...

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