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WikiLeaks names ex-first lady, unnamed highly placed Nigerians, others as oil thieves

New United States Government cables published by whistleblower, WikiLeaks, have identified a former first lady (names withheld), unnamed highly placed Nigerians, senior military officers, Lebanese, Iranian, British and American businessmen as oil thieves. The cables claim that they all played active roles in the illegal bunkering business in the Niger Continue Reading

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Gaddafi’s Regime Collapsing as Rebel Forces take over “Grand Square” Capturing his son, Seif al-Islam

Sahara Reporters – It is becoming increasingly clear that the regime of Moamar Gaddafi may be over in Libya as NATO-backed rebels take over the “Green Square” in Tripoli that had been a center of propaganda rallies for Gaddafi. According to rebel spokespersons two of Gaddafi’s son were earlier arrested. Continue Reading

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164 Escape Death in Caribbean Airline Crash

NY Times – A jet carrying 163 people broke in half as it crash-landed in the South American country of Guyana on July 30th. Incredibly, nobody was killed and only a few passengers were injured after the Caribbean Airlines Boeing 737-800 from New York overshot the runway at Georgetown’s Cheddi Continue Reading

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How 6 People Died After a Meal of Eba

Mrs Caroline Umunna and one of her daughters AFTER what was supposed to have been a delicious family supper, eaten amidst hearty jokes and giggles, six members of the Umunna family in Uli, Anambra State, were found dead. Those that were found dead after the unfortunate meal were Mrs Caroline Continue Reading

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25 Hospitalised In Kwara Cholera Outbreak!

No fewer than 25 people have been hospitalised following the outbreak of cholera in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital. At least, 10 people have in the past two days been admitted at the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH) and another five at the state Civil Service Clinic for cholera Continue Reading

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Boko Haram bombed Shehu of Borno’s Palace in Maiduguri

There was apprehension Saturday evening in Maiduguri, the Borno State capital when another bomb exploded close to the palace of Shehu of Borno Abubakar Ibn Umar Garbai El-kanemi, leaving three soldiers wounded. The explosive, which was believed to have been thrown by the dreaded Islamic fundamentalists, Boko Haram sect was targeted at the patrol Continue Reading

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Niger Delta Militants to Boko Haram – “We are Warning You”.

The Niger Delta Indigenous Movement for Radical Change (NDIMRC) yesterday warned members of Boko Haram against destabilizing the administration of President Goodluck Jonathan. In a statement yesterday by the President, Nelly Emma; Secretary, John Sailor and Public Relations Officer, Mukoro Stanley, the group condemned worsening security situation in the country, saying it was a calculated attempt to discredit the administration Continue Reading

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