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Breaking: Naira crashes to N710/$1 

Breaking: Naira crashes to N710/$1 Despite starting the day at N675/$1, the exchange rate between the Naira and the US dollar on Wednesday, fell beyond the N710/$1 threshold at the black market.The Naira has been under immense pressure in the past two weeks, falling from an average of N618 to a dollar recorded two weeks …

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Amid convoy, Kuje attacks, Buhari jets out again

The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), on Wednesday, departed Abuja for Dakar, the Senegalese capital, to participate in the International Development Association for Africa Summit. At the Summit, Buhari is expected to join other African leaders in an open Dialogue on Development Challenges and priorities as well as transformational initiatives that will lead to …

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Breaking: Kuje bomb attack: soldiers kill 2, go after terrorists, comb forest

Breaking: Kuje bomb attack: soldiers kill 2, go after terrorists, comb forest From Molly Kilete, AbujaTwo of the terrorists who attacked the Kuje minimum prison were shot dead by soldiers depoyed to secure the facility Daily Sun has gathered.The soldiers from 176, Guards Battalion, Gwagwalada, were said to have killed the two terrorists including an …

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Sanwo Olu Approves Increase in BRT Fare

The Lagos governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has approved a N100 increase in fares of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) on all routes. The increase, according to a statement on Wednesday signed by the spokesperson for Lagos State Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (LAMATA), Kolawole Ojelabi, is to sustain their operations across the state. The increase takes effect …

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Owo massacre: Why Amotekun is yet to parade arrested suspects — Source

Owo massacre: Why Amotekun is yet to parade arrested suspects — Source Ondo State security outfit, codenamed Amotekun, yesterday, explained why it is keeping detailed information on the suspects arrested over the terrorists’ attack at St. Francis Catholic Church, in Owo. No fewer than 50 worshippers were gruesomely murdered, while over 100 were seriously injured …

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