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Abducted 14-year old , Ese Oruru arrives in Abuja

14 year old Ese Oruru who was abducted from her parents home in Bayelsa by her lover, has arrived Abuja. She and her abductor, Yinusa, are currently at the Police Headquarters. Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase, will later today address a press conference over the matter.

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Corruption trial of Senate president, Bukola Saraki, set for March 10

The corruption trial of Senate President, Bukola Saraki before the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) will hold on March 11, 2016. The trial had initially been set for March 10 but was shifted due to a letter request by Saraki’s lawyer, Chief Kanu Agabi (SAN). The postponement was disclosed via a statement released by the spokesperson of the CCT, Ibraheem Alhassan on Tuesday, March 1.

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NNPC moves to end fuel scarcity, sends additional 50 trucks of PMS to Lagos and Abuja

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MI Abaga, who is Nigeria's best rapper?

American rapper J.Cole was trending on Twitter this morning after fans lashed out at him for not keeping his promise to release his album last month. A lot of fans revealed they were awake all night hoping that he would do a late night release just before February was over.

And then, in a typical example of 'i was in my house when trailer came to jam me', Nigerian hip hop fans started tweeting, comparing M.I, who released his mixtape today, with J.cole. OAP Osi Suave then tweeted saying it was an insult to compare the pair, saying that J.Cole was the first rapper to go platinum in 25 years without a feature to which M.I clapped back.

In a series of tweets, rapper M.I Abaga has just made the bold claim that he’s better than “over 95%” of rappers in the United States. He also goes ahead to say #IM2 is as good a mixtape as any mixtape or album we’ve seen in recent years, home and abroad.

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No Banking day suffers Low Awareness

Despite the declaration of a No Banking Day in protest of stifling bank charges against bank customers, normal bank operations were observed in many parts of Nigeria. In Ibadan, the Oyo State’s capital, customers were seen going in and out of banks for various transactions oblivion of any directive to the contrary. It appeared enough awareness was not created among bank customers to drive home the message. Those who spoke to Channels Television, however, admitted that indeed, some of the banking rules on charges needed to be addressed. Source: channelstvFacebooktwittergoogle_plus

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