Karen Igho welcomes baby boy

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Former Big Brother Africa winner, Karen Igho Rakos has been delivered of son at the Mount Sinai Roosevelt hospital in New York on the 4th of July 2015. The post Karen Igho welcomes baby boy appeared first on Vanguard News.

Keshi is unprotected – Coaches’ Association

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`` I really do not think it is proper at this time, that is my opinion as an individual,’’ he said. He, however, said that the country had qualified coaches that could replace Keshi. `` I want to say clearly here that there are a lot of Nigerian coaches to

Kenya protesters warn Obama against bringing up gay rights during visit

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Kenyan anti-gay protesters marched in Nairobi Monday warning US President Barack Obama not to speak about gay rights when he visits the country of his ancestors later this month. The post Kenya protesters warn Obama against bringing up gay rights during visit appeared first on Vanguard News.

JUTH resident doctors suspend strike

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''We are happy the doctors have obliged, and indeed suspended the strike, for the benefit of humanity,'' he said. Daniel said that most hospitals in Jos city centre were overwhelmed with patients due to the large number of victims of the blasts. He also said that the NMA was doing

Man electrocuted in Ebonyi

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ABAKALIKI-A man in his middle age, Jonathan Agwu was weekend electrocuted at Agba Abor Isu in Onicha local government area of the State. Vanguard learned that the victim was electrocuted when he went to jumper a high tension KVA line that was isolated by Enugu Electricity Distribution Company, EDDC even

Suspected cattle thieves kill 37 in Nigeria village

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"The gunmen killed 37 people in the attack on Cigama village shortly after they attacked Kokeya village where they killed two people," Muhammad Bala Gusami told AFP after Saturday's violence. The post Suspected cattle thieves kill 37 in Nigeria village appeared first on Vanguard News.

A necessary scuffle

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HUMAN behaviours are mostly determined by interests, be them group, personal, ideological or class interests. These interests can be outrageous, dictated by selfishness, avarice, mean-spiritedness, etc. They can also be altruistic, determined by indisputably selfless concerns for the betterment of others.

Police arraign 115 street gang members in Kaduna

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The Kaduna State Police Command, on Monday said it had arraigned 115 street gang members, locally known as "Yan Sara-Suka" for allegedly terrorising communities in the state. The post Police arraign 115 street gang members in Kaduna appeared first on Vanguard News.

Borno residents against FG’s plan to negotiate with Boko Haram

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Some residents of Borno on Monday cautioned the Federal Government against rushing into dialogue with the Boko Haram insurgents as a way of ending their violent campaign. The post Borno residents against FG’s plan to negotiate with Boko Haram appeared first on Vanguard News.

44 dead, 47 others injured in Jos blast, says NEMA

At least 44 people were killed in twin bomb blasts in the central Nigerian city of Jos, the country’s main relief agency said on Monday, after a bloody week of violence blamed on Boko Haram. The post 44 dead, 47 others injured in Jos blast, says NEMA appeared first on

Carnage in Jos adds pressure on Buhari

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At least 44 people were killed in twin bomb blasts in the central Nigerian city of Jos, the emergency services said on Monday, after a wave of mass casualty attacks blamed on Boko Haram militants. The post Carnage in Jos adds pressure on Buhari appeared first on Vanguard News.

APC in early dance of self destruction

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THE slogan of CHANGE was the magical tonic the All Progressive Congress [APC] brought into the arena of the Nigerian political dance floor immediately the Independent National Electoral Commission [INEC] qualified the association as a political party, albeit a mega one for that matter. And it worked in uniting the

EFCC to quiz 120 teachers over alleged N200m loan scam

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A strong indication has emerged that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is set to quiz no fewer than 120 teachers in Ogun State over an alleged N200million loan scam on Monday (today). The post EFCC to quiz 120 teachers over alleged N200m loan scam appeared first on Vanguard

Buhari to revisit unbanning of textiles

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President Muhammadu Buhari is to revisit the recent decision of the Jonathan Administration which removed the importation of textile products from the list of banned items. The post Buhari to revisit unbanning of textiles appeared first on Vanguard News.

‘APC can’t blame Saraki for Ekweremadu’s emergence’

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SENATOR James Manager, PDP, Delta South said yesterday that the election of both Senators Bukola Saraki and Ike Ekweremadu as President of the Senate and Deputy President of the Senate respectively followed due process. The post ‘APC can’t blame Saraki for Ekweremadu’s emergence’ appeared first on Vanguard News.

Women’s World Cup: Japan falls to United States

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Fallen champions Japan were left stunned and humiliated after being stripped of their World Cup crown by the United States in a tearful 5-2 defeat in Vancouver. The post Women’s World Cup: Japan falls to United States appeared first on Vanguard News.

How Suicide bomber killed RCCG pastor, 5 others in Yobe

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It will be recalled that Potiskum last suffered a twin suicide attack on June 15, in which 10 people were killed and several others injured. The insurgents have launched a series of attacks on mosques, villages and markets in neighbouring Borno State in the past few days, claiming more than