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Odinga, Deputy arrive early ahead of IEBC Chairman meets,President Uhuru expected

  -ANIETIE UDOBIT,AGENCY REPORTS   The electoral commission is set for a meeting with National Super Alliance leader Raila Odinga  and President Kenyatta on repeat presidential election plans. IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati s expected to lead the meeting at the Bomas of Kenya in Nairobi. At the time of filing this report Raila Odinga and

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Speaker Dogara finally swears in Dorothy Mato as Hembe’s replacement

ANIETIE UDOBIT,NASS,ABUJA   The Speaker of the Nigeria House of Representatives, RT. Hon. Yakubu Dogara, on Tuesday administered oath of office to Hon. (Mrs.) Dorothy Mato, to replace RT. Hon. Herman Hembe of the Konshisha/Vandeikya federal constituency of Benue State. The Supreme Court of Nigeria, had on 25th June, 2017, in a unanimous

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UK asks Nigeria whereabout of Nnamdi Kanu,says he is also UK citizen

ANIETIE UDOBIT,ABUJA   The government of the United Kingdom has asked the Federal Government of Nigeria to state the whereabouts of British-Nigerian man and leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, saying “We are seeking urgent clarification from the Nigerian authorities about the status and whereabouts of Mr. Kanu, a

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October 1 Quit Notice: Security beefed up in North, Hoodlums warned to stay off Abuja

-ANIETIE UDOBIT,ABUJA   Despite,thwe withdrawn of October 1 Quit notice and assurances by northern youths that they would not attack Igbos resident in northern states tomorrow, state governments have beefed up security across the region. Northern youth groups under the auspices of Arewa Youths Coalition had, on June 6, given Igbos resident in

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Lawyers Besiege US Embassy, Demand Nigeria’s Sovereignty be obeyed even in IPOB Case

Stella Ukwuoma,Abuja   Angry lawyers and Human Rights Activist on Friday in Lagos vented their displeasure and dissatisfaction over the role being played by the United States over the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), which the government of Nigeria has proscribed as a terrorist group. Recall that the Nigerian government through its Military

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