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FG Lebanese suspects spied on Israelis and others

The Federal Government on Wednesday said the co-owner of Amigo Supermarket, Mustapha Fawaz, and two other Lebanese, facing terrorism charges, spied on Israelis and other foreign nationals in Abuja. The suspects, the Federal Government also said, placed some strategic buildings in Abuja under surveillance. Federal Government prosecutor, Simon Egede, stated this after tendering a video…

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JTF covers dead bodies as Body Parts litter Ado Bayero Square

What appears a non-relenting spat of Jihadist based violence against the Nigerian social structure may have conclusively begun exhibiting symptoms of what may become of the federal government’s battle against the ongoing religious insurgency in northern Nigeria. And as the electioneering campaign of 2015 presidential exercise nears, concerned quarters within the Nigerian security force fear…

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Ohanaeze and hospital disagree on number of casualties

The casualty fig-ures from the multiple blasts that rocked the predominantly Christian quarters in Kano, Monday evening, has increased to 45 dead, according to Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Kano. Briefing newsmen on the development in Kano, yesterday, Chairman, Kano chapter of the pan-Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Chief Tobias Idika, said: “We counted 45 dead bodies and they have…

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Rev Kukah says Nigeria is falling apart

The Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Rev. Mathew Hassan Kukah has alerted leaders and politicians in the country to take proactive measures in addressing the lingering crisis and insecurity bedevilling the nation. Kukah said: “Time is not on our side and the country is falling apart if care is not taken.” Speaking in an interview at…