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I hope those behind Amotekun realise that the statue of Sango has always been mounted outside the offices of our power companies

By Ayo Akinfe

(1) Sango, the third alaafin of Oyo is regarded as Nigeria’s patron saint of electricity. His statue was erected outside the Nepa headquarters along Marina in Lagos as he is considered the embodiment of power. He and his famous axe are still mounted outside distribution companies today

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American inter-faith leaders warn that Nigeria may soon become the most dangerous place on earth

AMERICAN inter-faith leaders have declared that Nigeria a ticking time bomb which may soon become the most dangerous place on the planet if something is not done urgently to address the growing spate of insecurity across the country.

 

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Hisbah police arrest Kano woman for having two husbands after she thought her first spouse died

MEMBERS of the Hisbah Corps Shariah police in Kano State have arrested a 37 year old woman for marrying two husbands after she decided to remarry having though that her sick spouse had died.

 

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Leading scorer in Dutch league Cyriel Dessers hopeful of playing for Super Eagles next month

IN-Form Heracles striker Cyriel Dessers has once again signified his interest in featuring for Nigeria when the Super Eagles take on Sierra Leone in an African Cup of Nations qualifier next month saying it would be a dream come true.

 

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Gbajabiamila says he will stand down if House passes bill granting National Assembly leaders immunity

HOUSE of Representatives speaker Hon Femi Gbajabiamila has threatened to resign if members end up passing a resolution granting principal officers of the National Assembly immunity from prosecution during his tenure.

 

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Igbo National Council gives southeast governors 90 day ultimatum to launch their own Amotekun

PAN-cultural society the Igbo National Council (INC) has given the five governors of the southeastern states a 90-day ultimatum to launch a regional security outfit similar to the Amotekun project launched in the southwest geo-political zone.

 

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10 Nigerian states need to dedicate about a quarter of their landmass to unique production programmes if we are serious about economic diversification and ending the insane crude oil dependency

By Ayo Akinfe

(1) Taraba - Wildlife sanctuary
(2) Ondo - Cocoa, Kolanuts and Palm Oil
(3) Bayelsa - Shipbuilding
(4) Borno - Cattle colony
(5) Zamfara - Solar farm
(6) Katsina - Groundnuts
(7) Anambra - Automobile assembly
(8) Adamawa - Coffee, millet, sorghum, cassava, rice and maize
(9) Niger - Soyabeans and shea nuts
(10) Kwara - Sugar and ethanol

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Former PDP spokesman Olisa Metuh found guilty on four counts of money laundering

FORMER Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) publicity secretary Chief Olisa Metuh is facing the prospect of a lengthy jail term after he was found guilty of four corruption charges by an Abuja high court this morning.

 

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Arsenal leftback Busayo Saka reveals that he has been to Nigeria before as a youngster

ARSENAL leftback Busayo Saka is likely to become the next subject of a tug-of-war between England and Nigeria after he recently indicated that he fancies the idea of playing for the Super Eagles after revealing that he used to visit Nigeria as a kid.

 

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Governor Umahi says southeast will not launch regional security body because it is unconstitutional

GOVERNOR David Umahi of Ebonyi State has revealed that the reason why the South East Governors Forum refused to launch a regional security network similar to Amotekun was because creating such a body ran contrary to the dictates of Nigeria's constitution.

 

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