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Photos: Man Fatally Slashes 5-Year-Old Boy’s Throat And Drinks His Blood In South Africa.


Man Fatally Slashes 5-Year-Old Boy’s Throat And Drinks His Blood In South Africa. A ‘vampire’ killer slashed a young boy’s throat in the street and sat over him drinking his blood in what has been called a sacrificial killing in South Africa. Tinyiko Reckson, five, was playing with friends outside …

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Nigerian Woman Whose Husband Is Being Treated For Cancer In The US Deported

A Nigerian, Mrs Olalere Comfort Kehinde, whose octogenarian husband, Mr Olalere Joseph Olaleke is currently being treated for cancer in the United States, has challenged her deportation from that country. Mrs Olalere, in a petition dated April 3 by her lawyer, Babs Akinwumi, faulted her deportation on March 17 this …

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Four Ondo Students Remanded In Prison Over Armed Robbery


A Chief Magistrate Court in Akure, Ondo State, on Thursday remanded four undergraduate students in prison custody over allegations of armed robbery. The four students are Olawale Olabisi, 24, from the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko; Oluwole Rufus, 25, from the College of Health Technology, Akure; Oluwalowo Olarenwaju, 26; and …

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UNN Makes History With The Launch Of Roar Tech Hub


The first ever full-fledged university embedded technology community in West Africa called ‘Roar Nigeria Hub’ has opened at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. The private sector driven initiative by two engineering graduates of the university, Charles Emembolu and Okechi Igwebuike is located on the school’s Nsukka campus which is within …

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FG Commences Online Registration Of Unemployed Nigerians Tomorrow


The Federal Government will commence the online registration of unemployed Nigerians as from Wednesday, April 5, 2017. This disclosure was conveyed in a statement issued by the Deputy Director, Information and Public Relations of the National Directorate of Employment (NDE), Edmund Onwuliri, to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), in …

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Graphic Photos: Herdsmen Clash With Farmers In Benue, 15 Killed


MAKURDI—NO fewer than 15 persons were feared killed in an outbreak of fighting between herdsmen and farmers at Ipiga village in Ohimini Local Government Area of Benue State. Vanguard gathered from a source in the area that the crisis erupted Sunday afternoon, when some armed herdsmen stormed neigbouring Ajegbe village, …

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