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Symbolic Amnesty International Burial Performed As Group Vows To Sue AI If…

By JAMES EZEMA While performing a symbolic burial of the Amnesty International (AI) at their Abuja office, protesting Nigerians have vowed to slam $5 billion lawsuit against the international human rights body over anti-Nigerian security reports if the organisation refuses to leave the country. According to them, negative AI reports against the Nigerian

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Group Accuses Amnesty International of Aiding Boko Haram

By JAMES EZEMA A non-governmental organization (NGO), under the aegis of Global Peace and Life Rescue Initiative (GOPRI) has accused Amnesty International (AI) of aiding the activities of the dreaded insurgent group, Boko Haram, through its reports on security issues in Nigeria. Making the allegation at the day two of its “Occupy Amnesty

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Nigerian govt says 400 Nigerians are jailed in South Africa

-Agency reports Nigeria’s bid to protect its nationals against xenophobic attacks, has led to the discovery of 400 of its citizens in South African prisons. Interior and Foreign Affairs ministries high level committee on xenophobic attacks in South Africa confirmed the find, describing it as worrisome. Interior minister Abdulrahman Dambazau and his Foreign

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Campbellsville University announced a $30m five-year empowerment plan for education in Africa

United States of America (U.S) based Campbellsville University has announced a $30 million five-year empowerment plan for education in Africa. The intervention fund is to develop a network with educational partners in both public and private sectors with a view to empowering African youths. Speaking at a roundtable conference to unveil

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Kogi Government Appoints 54 Senior Special Assistants, 9 Special Assistants (See FULL LIST)

Kogi State Government has approved the appointment of 54 Senior Special Assistants to the Governor into the various offices in the administration. A statement today by the Secretary to the State Government, Dr. Mrs. Ayoade Folashade Arike, in Lokoja, said the appointments are effective from 1st of April, 2017. The rationale for

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Moussa Faki Mahamat assume office as head of the AU Commission, pledging to reform the institution

Chad’s former foreign minister Moussa Faki Mahamat assumed office as head of the African Union Commission on Tuesday, pledging to reform the institution and tackle the continent’s many crises. Faki takes over leadership of the 54-country continental bloc days after the United Nations announced that the food emergencies in four countries,

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