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=> Kogi: APC Candidate Audu Reportedly Dead – Saharareprters,Naij.com
According to Sahara Reporters, Audu passed away of undisclosed medical reason just after the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) had announced the results of the voting and had declared the election inconclusive. READ FULL NEWS
=> INEC Declares Kogi State Election Inconclusive
=> Nnamdi Kanu May Have Died” MASSOB Faction Claims – Vanguard
The leadership of a faction for the Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra, MASSOB, weekend, alleged that Nnamdi Kanu, the promoter of Radio Biafra, detained by security operatives, may have been murdered. READ FULL NEWS…………….
=> Video of Nigerian Maid Fanning her ‘Madam’ at the Salon for 2 Hours goes Viral – Bellanaija.com
A Facebook user, Francesca Joseph-Esenwa‘s video of an underage girl maid fanning her ‘madam’ for two hours at a salon has gone viral .
=> Unilorin Set To Use Drones For Exam Monitoring And Surveillance – Unilorin.edu.ng
If the authorities of the University of Ilorin accede to suggestions by members of the institution’s Drone Team, it is highly probable that the University will, in future, monitor examinations conducted within the campus with drones. READ FULL NEWS
=> Police Arrest 21 Homosexual Students In Delta – Daily Independent
Police detectives in Asaba, Delta State, have arrested 21 students who have been allegedly involved in same sex activities.
Former President Goodluck Jonathan yesterday in United States of America, took a swipe on the former President, Olusegun Obasanjo over his third term bid, saying that if not for a vibrant parliament in place, he would have had his way.