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Twitter suspends Trump Former adviser Roger Stone After Vicious Attacks On CNN Journalists

Twitter has suspended the account of Roger Stone ― a notorious Republican political operative and longtime friend and former adviser to Donald Trump ― after Stone went on a vicious, profane tirade against several CNN journalists. Stone exploded shortly after the network was the first to report Friday night that a

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APC Chieftain calls govt policies ‘mere propaganda’

A member of the ruling All Progressives Congress(APC) board of trustees, Buba Galadima has tagged the agricultural policies of the Muhammadu Buhari led administration as ‘Mere Propaganda’. Buba Galadima, a former close associate of Buhari made these statements while disagreeing with reports that the federal government used the CBN to grants

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NIMASA to enforce strict observance to regulations

As IMO Commends Agency’s Regional Search and Rescue Coordination   Oru Leonard,Abuja   The Director General of the Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Dakuku Peterside has restated the Agency’s commitment towards the enforcement of strict safety regulations at sea, in order to ensure the protection of Marine Environment and Safety of

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Maina: Who is Fooling Who?

Segun Adeniyi In discussing the controversy around the reinstatement and promotion of the twice-dismissed former Chairman of the Presidential Task ForceTeam on pension Reforms, Mr Abdulrasheed Maina yesterday at our editorial board meeting, a member said something instructive. According to the person, while the former administration ‘democratized’ corruption, the current one

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UNITY TIMES 2017 Annual Lecture Series shifts to Dec 5

ANIETIE UDOBIT,ABUJA   The earlier announced Unity Times 2017 Annual Lecture Series slated for Tuesday October 31, has been shifted to Tuesday December 5. This was made known in a Press Release from the Company's Chief Executive Director Uchechukwu Okoroafor, on Friday. He said the Company regrets the inconvenience the sudden announcement may cause

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Spain-Catalonia crisis deepens, PM Rajoy wants Senate to decide on Catalonian fate

The independence crisis between Spain and Catalonia region deepens. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy urged the Spanish Senate to approve the Madrid government's unprecedented plans to seize control of the autonomous region of Catalonia on Friday, as the crisis over the province's bid for independence came to a head. Rajoy presented the

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