Saudi Arabia all set to execute a man for becoming an atheist after his appeal is rejected

SAUDI Arabian authorities are all set to carry out the death sentence on an atheist named as Ahmad Al-Shamri for making disparaging remarks about the prophet Mohammad after his appeal against the judgement was rejected.

 

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Health survey shows that 60% of residents of southeast Nigeria believe Covid-19 is a hoax

NIGERIAN health officials have expressed alarm that as much as 60% of the population in the southeast geo-political zone do not believe in the existence of coronavirus and regard the whole virus matter as a hoax to mislead them.

 

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Super Eagles hopeful Tosin Adarabioyo named in English Championship Team of the Week

SUPER Eagles hopeful Tosin Adarabioyo has been included in the Sky Bet Championship Team of the Week after putting in superlative performance for his club Blackburn Rovers during their 3-1 home win against Bristol City on Saturday.

 

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Obaseki suffers major setback as high court restrains him from standing in PDP primaries

 

GOVERNOR Godwin Obaseki has suffered a major setback in his bid to return to office in September after a Port Harcourt high court restrained him from participating in the primary elections of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to which he defected last week.

 

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10 things the Nigerian president could do to enhance the status of the negro globally

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(1) First of all he should insist that a memorial be erected on the Burma/India border to honour the men of the West African Frontier Force and the East African Frontier Force who died there during World War Two. It was African troops who prevented the Japanese from invading India at great personal cost. Nobody ever acknowledges this

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Covid-19 emergency workers in Abuja protest the non-payment of their allowances

HEALTH workers in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja have protested the fact that they have not been paid their allowances for the last three months despite putting their lives on the line to combat the pandemic.

 

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Luth management reveals that 40 members of its staff have been infected with the coronavirus

LAGOS University Teaching Hospital (Luth) officials have revealed that about 40 members of staff have been infected with the Covid-19 virus over the last three months contracting the virus bit from their local communities and in the discharging their duties.

 

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Ecowas heads of state unanimously back Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala's WTO director-general candidacy

HEADS of governments of the 15 nations that make up the  Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas) have unanimously backed Nigeria's former finance minister Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala's bid to become the World Trade Organisation (WTO) director-general.

 

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Akwa Ibom officials close Christ Embassy Church in Uyo for attacking Covid-19 monitoring team

HEALTH officials in Akwa Ibom State have sealed off the Uyo headquarters of Pastor Chris Oyakhilome's Christ Embassy Church after its members attacked a Covid-19 monitoring team sent to ensure it was observing social distancing guidelines.

 

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Blind Texan man files for divorce after 32 years of marriage upon discovering that his wife is black

TEXAN blind man John Paul Davis has filed for divorce against his wife of 32 years after just discovering that she was black claiming that she dishonestly and fraudulently made him believe that she was Caucasian.

 

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