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EFCC invades Yahoo-Boys den, arrests kingpin, 26 others

Officials of Nigeria’s Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibadan zonal office, on Wednesday invaded a Lagos hotel believed to be a hideout for internet fraudsters. The operatives said their target was one Rasaq Balogun, a suspected internet fraud kingpin, whose illicit activities dominated intelligence gathered from the recently arrested ‘police spies’ during a raid
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BREAKING: Sanwo-Olu renames Onikan Stadium after late Mobolaji Johnson

  By Olasunkanmi Akoni Lagos State Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu has renamed Onikan Stadium the Onikan Stadium after late first Military Governor of Lagos State, Brig Gen Mobolaji Olufunsho Johnson, to honour and immortalise the deceased. ALSO READ: EFCC’S action is abuse of court process – Saraki Sanwo-Olu announced this Tuesday, at an event tagged:
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Air Peace

Yankees ‘ll not kill Air peace

The United States represents an act of will. It is not a homogenous ethnic nation. It is not the heir to some historic Empire or monarch. It is not a unified religious community. It is not a simple linguistic group. It does not have a particular cultural tradition reaching back through several millennia ———W. Tapley Bernet [Jnr.]

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Makinde inaugurates State’s agency for AIDS control

Adelabu and His Futile hase in Oyo

After reading the 98-page judgment, including the dissention, of the Court of Appeal in the appeal by the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Oyo State, Adebayo Adelabu, challenging the electoral victory of Seyi Makinde, one is left with no option than a declaration that Adelabu’s continued chase to vary outcome of the election, is futile. Qoholet, in the book of Tanakh, describes such as chase after the wind.

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Administrator urges FG to allow truck with legitimate goods

Nigeria’s Border Closure: Government deserves support of Nigerians (2)

LAST week, I began an examination of the issues relating to the closure of Nigeria’s borders, its effect on the nation’s economy and production of locally made goods. This week, I intend to proceed on a discourse of the pros and cons of the closure while identifying areas government can improve upon to address problems which brought about a need for the closure in the first instance.

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