Naija Current News .Com: “Iam not cloned’ said Buhari, in Poland

Naija Current News .Com: “Iam not cloned’ said Buhari, in Poland: President Muhammadu Buhari has finally reacted to reports that he had been cloned.

“Iam not cloned’ said Buhari, in Poland
President Muhammadu Buhari has finally reacted to reports that he had been cloned.

Global debt now $180trn – IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has put the global debt at $180 trillion, warning highly indebted emerging-markets and low-income countries against what it termed pro-cyclical fiscal policies.

2 killed as suicide bombers attack Muna Garage again

The Nigerian Army has confirmed that two persons died when two suicide bombers (Male and Female) on a mission to infiltrate Muna Garage Maiduguri, hurriedly detonated one of their suicide vests on siting troops of 195 Battalion on patrol at about 8 P.M on 1 December 2018.

Lagos Police find 2 children kidnapped by househelp in Benin Republic

The Lagos State Police Command said it has found the two children kidnapped by a househelp in Gbagada area of Lagos, Southwest Nigeria.

Kidnappers kill lawyer, Adeola Adebayo in Ekiti State after collecting N3m ransom

Kidnappers?kill?lawyer, Adeola Adebayo in Ekiti State after collecting N3m ransom

Secretary of the Nigerian Bar Association, Ikole Ekiti Branch, Adeola Adebayo who was kidnapped on Saturday, November, 17, 2018 at Erio, Ekiti State, has been found dead with several bullet wounds.

N800b subsidy debt: Fuel scarcity looms, Oil marketers give FG 7-day ultimatum to pay cash

Oil marketers on Sunday in Lagos gave the Federal Government seven-day ultimatum to settle outstanding debts totalling N800 billion, failing which depots would cease operation across the country.

Crises persist in Ogun, Imo, six others as INEC deadline ends
The All Progressives Congress was still battling with crises in at least eight of its state chapters despite the expiry of the deadline for the replacement of candidates on Saturday.

Further restructuring of Nigeria won’t be helpful — ACF secretary
The Secretary-General, Arewa Consultative Forum, Mr Anthony Sani, talks about  restructuring and the clamour for the creation of state police.

Job hazards: stories of unarmed traffic officials attacked, killed on duty
It was about 5am on December 15, 2016 and Mr Bakare Olatunji, a traffic officer with the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority, was already dressed in his well-starched uniform heading for work.

19 children drown as boat capsizes in Kwara
No fewer than 19 children have been reportedly drowned in a boat mishap on Saturday in Lafiagi, Edu Local Government Area of Kwara.

Military officers fear mutiny as tension mounts among soldiers
Tension is rising among the top hierarchy of the Nigerian military as fears continue to spread of an imminent rebellion among the rank and file.

Atiku secures US visa
The coast is now clear for the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, to visit to the United States following the issuance of a visa to him.
It was learnt that Atiku had received the visa to enable him to travel the USA, which he last visited about 13 years ago.

Deontay Wilder retains WBC heavyweight title over Tyson Fury after split draw

Deontay Wilder felled Tyson Fury for the second time in the 12th round
The showdown between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury for the World Boxing Council world heavyweight title ended in a draw after the two went the distance at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Saturday night

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