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The Nigerian Army has dismissed reports insinuating purported blockade of the Maiduguri-Damaturu Road by the insurgents as “fake and mischievous”.

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The Acting Director, Army Public Relations, Col. Sagir Musa, gave the clarification in a statement on Saturday in Maiduguri, saying that no such incident happened on the road on Friday as being insinuated.
Musa said that reports of the alleged blockade which was circulated on social media platforms on Friday came to many motorists as a surprise.
According to him, the fake news surfaced when a team of journalists were in … >>> Read Full Story

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The National Chairman of the Peoples Redemption Party, Malam Falalu Bello said in Kaduna on Saturday said that, The Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) is now firmly on track, revived and ready to take off and there is nothing that can stop it from relegating other parties in Nigeria to the background, come 2023.

The National Chairman gave the assurance on Saturday in Kaduna during a joint meeting of the National Executive Committee (NEC), National Working Committee (NWC) and Board of Trustees (BOT).
His words: “I will like to use this opportunity to assure all my colleagues in the PRP that the wobbly, weary and weaning … >>> Read Full Story


After his three-year-old contract with Bang Music Entertainment ended, love-tinged music maker, T-Classic also known as Classical Boy was on the verge of giving up music. But he had one more thing to do- to drop a farewell song. He, therefore, called his manager Darasimi and told him about the plan. They worked on the song and released it. Surprisingly, it turned out to be a masterpiece which paved way for him. It was well received by music fans after which he dropped ‘Fall In Love’ featuring DMW’s act, Mayorkun. Ever since, Ajayi Tolulope who was born and raised in Agege, Lagos, as the … >>> Read Full Story

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Victor Ogunje in Ado Ekiti
There was pandemonium in Ado Ekiti, the Ekiti State capital, Saturday as an an explosion rocked the Old Government Secretariat area of the city, with the people fleeing for their lives.
The effect of the explosion, according to information, which occurred around 7.05am, was felt as buildings located about two kilometres away shook to their foundations.

The Old Government Secretariat located at Oke Ori Omi area of the Ado Ekiti metropolis, is where the Ministry of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs is located.
The explosion, which sound effects reverberated as far as Okesa, Okeyinmi, Irona … >>> Read Full Story

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Security official had torrid time controlling the crowd as they battled to catch a glimpse of the Ace Musician, David Adeleke (Davido) one of the guest musicians at 2020 Access Bank Lagos City Marathon.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the “30 billion Gang crooner, Davido, had the last performance to the admiration of the fans who but continued to ask for more.

Davido performed most of his hit songs, such as Chioma, 30 billion naira, E ma Dami Duro and others.
Before Davido came, the rave of the moment, Teniola Apata, popularly known as Teni, also dished out … >>> Read Full Story

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Manchester United have been handed a significant boost ahead of their Premier League clash with Chelsea on February 17 at Stamford Bridge.

This is after Man United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, confirmed that defender, Axel Tuanzebe, and midfielder, Scott McTominay are in contention to feature against Frank Lampard’s side following their recovery from injuries.
According to Solskjaer, both Tuanzebe and McTominay has joined the Red Devils’ squad for their winter training in Spain in a bid to get match fitness ahead of Chelsea clash.

Both Tuanzebe and McTominay have not played for United since December due to injuries.
“Scott has improved in his recovery than … >>> Read Full Story

By Tony Eluemunor
Hey, let’s jolt some memories and challenge administrators to enhance sports facilities in secondary schools or Nigeria will ever remain feeble in sports.
Once, secondary school sports competitions thrived. Catching sports greats young was no empty phrase then. Fully elected sports officials organized Local Council competitions, and from there deserving students represented the LGAs in zonal and state competitions. The state representatives would then meet at the Zonal tests (Nigeria was divided into four zones) and from there qualifiers would compete at the national Hussey Shield (for boys) and

Lady Manuwa Cup (for girls) and Grier Cup competitions. Then, the sprinter Peter … >>> Read Full Story