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Russia: Support for Vladamir Putin Wanes in His Stronghold

In 2011, the industrial city of Nizhny Tagil was dubbed “Putingrad” for its residents’ fervent support for Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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Buhari is Father of the Nation, If Not He Could Have Dealt With Wike And Fayose – Femi Adesina

Mr Femi Adesina says President Muhammadu Buhari refused to move against Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State and former Governor of Ekiti...

Fire Outbreak Hit CBN Office in Gombe

A fire outbreak has been reported at the Gombe branch of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN on Friday.

Coronavirus: FAAN Releases New Protocols for Air Travellers

As the nation’s airspace and airports prepare to reopen to domestic flights beginning July 8, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN...
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Visa Foundation Donates $210m As Support For SMEs

Visa Foundation has announced a donation of $210m to support small and micro businesses, SMEs, aligning with the foundation’s long-term focus on...

Nigeria’s Inflation Rises to 12.13%; Highest in 22 Months

Nigeria's inflation rate rose from 11.98 percent in December to 12.13 percent in January. The new data is contained...

US Visa Rule Against Chinese journalists; China threatens countermeasures

China, Monday, threatened to retaliate against a US rule that tightening visa restrictions on Chinese journalists, in an escalating row after Beijing...

Opening of Sharjah’s City Centre Differs until Next Year

The decision to defer Sharjah City Centre opening date has been taken in light of the global disruption in the retail sector...

LIVERPOOL: Agonizing Wait for a First Premier League Trophy

The club football across the globe has witnessed disruption due to novel coronavirus pandemic. This alone has informed the call for the...

COVID19: Don’t Extend Lockdown, Small-Scale Entrepreneurs Beg Govt

In the face of the untold hardship by the lockdown, thousands of informal workers and small-scale entrepreneurs in Nigeria, who have been...

Taliban attack on army checkpoint kills 6 – Afghan officials

A Taliban, Sunday, has attacked an Afghan army checkpoint in the eastern Laghman province, killing six soldiers and wounding five, the government...

Atupele Gets Convoy, Siren Vehicle to Anger Chilima – Kaliati

UTM Party Secretary-General Patricia Kaliati has said the government has allocated President Peter Mutharika's running mate in the July 2 polls, Atupele...

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Buhari is Father of the Nation, If Not He Could Have Dealt With Wike And Fayose – Femi Adesina

Mr Femi Adesina says President Muhammadu Buhari refused to move against Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State and former Governor of Ekiti...

Fire Outbreak Hit CBN Office in Gombe

A fire outbreak has been reported at the Gombe branch of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN on Friday.

Coronavirus: FAAN Releases New Protocols for Air Travellers

As the nation’s airspace and airports prepare to reopen to domestic flights beginning July 8, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN...

Leroy Sane Joins Bayern Munich on £54.8m from Man City

The German winger Leroy Sane has finalised his move to the Bundesliga champions, Bayern Munich. The former Manchester City has long been...

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