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EXPOSED: 8 Months after Deployment to Zamfara, NAF Yet to Pay Officers Allowance
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EXPOSED: Eight Months after Deployment to Zamfara, NAF Yet to Pay Officers Allowance

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has been accused of delaying the combat allowance of personnel deployed to Zamfara State on operation for eight...

Court threatens to adjourn Kanu's fresh request for bailout
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Court threatens to adjourn Kanu’s case indefinitely

A Federal High Court sitting in Abuja on Wednesday threatened to adjourn the trial of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra...

House Committee on Constitution Review extends the submission of constitutional amendments to April 30th
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House Committee on Constitution Review extends submission of constitutional amendments to April 30

The House Committee on Constitution Review, led by Rt. Hon. Benjamin Kalu, the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, has extended the...

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Okezie Atani: Nigerians Criticize FG’s Selective Case Intervention

The Nigerian government says it has intervened in the case of Pastor Okezie J. Atani, a social media influencer arrested for alleged defamation...

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Health Care Deprivation is Violation of Human Rights – WHO

Dr Walter Molumbo, the Country Representative of the World Health Organisation (WHO) in Nigeria, has said that health deprivation should be treated as...

Media Bodies Give FG 14-Day Ultimatum to Prosecute Perpetrators of FirstNews Editor's Arrest
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Media Bodies Give FG 14-Day Ultimatum to Prosecute Perpetrators of FirstNews Editor’s Arrest

Media, Civil Society Organisations, and professional bodies have condemned the recent unlawful arrest, detention, and brutalisation of FirstNews Editor, Mr Segun Olatunji. As...

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Edo Police Command Bans Officers from Searching Citizens’ Phones

The Nigerian Police Force, Edo State Command has banned the searching of citizens’ phones during routine patrol, stop and search duties, or any...

United Arab Emirates (UAE) cuts diplomatic ties with Israel
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United Arab Emirates (UAE) cuts diplomatic ties with Israel

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has suspended its ties, especially its diplomatic relations with Israel. The suspension was in direct response to the...

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Stephanie Okereke Receives Lennox K. Black Prize for Excellence in Medicine

Nigeria’s Stephanie Okereke Linus, actress and filmmaker, has been honoured with the prestigious Lennox K. Black Prize for Excellence in Medicine from Thomas...

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Thailand Passes Marriage Equality Bill, a Landmark Moment for LGBTQ+ Rights

Thailand’s lower house passed the Marriage Equality Bill on Wednesday, marking a historic moment as the country becomes the first in Southeast Asia...

UK Court avoids Criminalization of Journalism — for now
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UK Court moves Assange’s extradition hearing to May 20

Today, the United Kingdom High Court of Justice granted WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange another hearing to avoid extradition to the United States. Assange...

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SBM Releases State-backed Mass Killings Report

SBM Intelligence, the Africa-focused geopolitical research and consulting firm, has released a State-backed mass killing report. This report, which was made public on...