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Court Fines Catholic Church $50,000 Over Sex Abuse Charges
A court in Buenos Aires on Saturday ordered the Catholic Church to pay $50,000 to a former seminarian who alleged he was sexually abused some 25 years ago by an Argentine archbishop.
Shiite: Police Remand 44 Members In Jos
The members were arrested for going ahead with their procession which the police said they had advised against. According to the force, peace on the Plateau was still fragile and they envisaged violence arising from the procession.
Troops Nuetralise Another Male Suicide Bomber In Adamawa
Troops of operation Lafiya Dole in Adamawa State on Saturday morning shot dead a suspected suicide bomber near a military base.
Biting Fingernails Can Cause Skin Infection– Expert
The medical expert stated that the fingernail is an ideal location for bacteria to grow, adding that it can easily get transferred to the mouth and other parts of the body. Therefore, biting fingernails can result in infection
Chibok Girls: I Facilitated Negotiations With Boko Haram – Shehu Sani
Senator Shehu Sani, representing Kaduna Central, has come out to say he was the one who linked the Swiss government with commanders of Boko Haram for release of the Chibok girls.
Nigerians And Misconceptions
Adedoyin Adediwura xrays the issue of general misconception among Nigerians on sensitive issues using Obama's daughter summer job as a case study.
Cultism: Rivers Govt Gives Groups 48-hour Ultimatum To Embrace Amnesty
Rivers State government has given a 48-hour ultimatum to unrepentant cultists to accept the amnesty programme or face the consequences. The government has vowed to go after all those who fail to comply.
Ondo Election: NSCDC Denies Training Thugs For PDP
The security agency denied carrying out training of thugs for any political party in the State as alleged by the APC. It called the allegation ''reckless and baseless'' while urging Nigerians to disregard it.
Dam To Provide Over One Million Jobs In Kaduna – Minister
The multipurpose dam has a reservoir capacity of about 186 million. It could also generate 2.2 megawatt of electricity and supply water to 2.2 million people in the surrounding communities up to the ancient city of Zaria.
Military Discovers Skulls in Militants’ Shrine
The Joint Military Task Force in the Niger Delta announced that it had raided militants shrine and discovered human skulls. It also announced that it has arrested oil thieves in the troubled region.
Arms Probe
Aisha Belongs In My Kitchen And Other Rooms — Buhari
From far away in Germany, President Muhammadu Buhari has responded to a BBC interview granted by his wife, Aisha, in which she said she may not campaign for him in 2019.
UCH Doctors Strike Called Off After Three Days
The five-day strike embarked upon by resident doctors at the University College Hospital in Ibadan has been suspended after three days of action.
Man Arrested For Raping 3-year-old Girl In Zaria
The victim has been taken to General Hospital for medical examination. Meanwhile, the accused admitted committing the crime, but said he was under satanic influence. He would be charged to court after investigation, according to police.
Photos: President Buhari Meets German Counterpart Merkel
President Buhari meets with German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the Chancellery in Berlin Germany on Friday, October 14, 2016 to discuss matters of national security and development.
COSON Calls On Broadcast Media To Pay Royalties
COSON Boss, Chief Tony Okoroji, has decried the refusal of most broadcast stations in Nigeria to pay royalties to Nigerian Musicians. He urged broadcast stations to pay royalties to Nigerian musicians.
NJC Decries DSS Raid, Says It Is A Threat To Democracy
The National Judicial council has described last weekend raid of seven judges apartment as a threat to democracy, independence of the judiciary and Separation of Power.
NYSC: Decision To Reduce Graduates Not Concluded
The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has debunked widespread reports that it is set to reduce corps members to be mobilized for Batch B orientation exercise by 67%. It said an appraisal is still ongoing and no official statement has been made yet.
Wenger Aims To Avenge Swansea Title shocker
Arsenal suffered an agonizing 2-1 loss to Swansea at home last season. That defeat all but completely faded their title-winning hopes. And now Arsene Wenger wants to banish that memory as the Swans visit the red part of north London on Saturday.
11 Frequently Asked Questions About 21 Freed Chibok Girls Answered
Concise News has obtained a report issued by the Presidency Office on Digital Engagement (PODE) to address the most frequently asked questions on the released 21 Chibok girls.
First Lady
First Lady Laments Cabal Presence In PMB Government
Wife of Nigerian President, Aisha Buhari in a BBC interview, has decried the takeover of PMB's government by usurpers who influence federal appointments. She threatens to withdraw support should PMB decide to run in 2019.
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