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Brexit:Supreme Court rules against Boris Johnson, says suspending parliament illegal

The UK Supreme Court has ruled that the suspension of parliament by Prime Minister Boris Johnson is …

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Attack On Saudi Leaves OPEC With 940,000 Spare Reserve

The attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia has left the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting …

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Brexit: UK Needs Skilled Labour From Africa – Nigerian Graduate

A Nigerian graduate, who was mandated to return home after his master’s programme in Scotland, …

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TICAD7: Japanese Bank, Toyota Group Announce Plan to Invest in Nigeria

Two Japanese companies, Japan Bank for International Cooperation, and Toyota Tsusho, Friday in Yokohama, Japan, …

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Increased visa fees on Nigerians to remain says U.S

The recently introduced reciprocity visa fees introduced by the U.S. government for Nigerians will remain …

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California, other US states sue Trump over new migrant children detention policy

California governor, Gavin Newsom says the state will join others in filing a new lawsuit …

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Breaking News: Five attorneys general of U.S. states sue Trump over immigration policy

Five attorneys general of U.S. states and city have filed a lawsuit against a new …

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ECOWAS Meets Today To Review Corruption Fight In Nigeria, Other Nations

Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Parliament is meeting on Tuesday over the status …

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#RevolutionIsNow: Police arrest protesters in Lagos, activists defy rain in Abuja

Several protesters were arrested at the National Stadium in Lagos Monday after a crowd gathered …

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NASU, SSANU gives FG 14-Day Ultimatum over Earned Allowances, Staff Schools

NON Academic Staff unions in the universities have given the Federal Government a 14-Day Ultimatum …

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