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SUSTAINING THE BLITZ OF INFRASTRUCTURE’S DEVELOPMENT

2500 DAYS SUPPLEMENT Infrastructures development is critical to achieving human capital development in any society. Without doubt, the growth of any country’s economy rests largely on the status of its infrastructure. (129)
An Islamic court in northern Nigeria has acquitted two men accused of having gay sex and belonging to a homosexual club.

Nigeria Islamic court acquits men of gay sex charge

An Islamic court in northern Nigeria has acquitted two men accused of having gay sex and belonging to a homosexual club. (72)
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APC’s Non-Indigenes Forum Warns PDP Against Luring its Members

As Barr Chuma Chinye Donates bus to the Forum The Non-Indigenes Political Forum (NIPF) of the Rivers State Chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has warned the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the State to desist from luring [...]
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New York Police shuts down Davido’s concert for being over-packed

Singer, Davido is seething at the moment as his much anticipated NewYork Spring Mega concert eventually never happened as the New York Police Department NYPD stormed the venue and stopped the show for being over-packed. (103)
Liberia confirms cases of Ebola

Liberia confirms cases of Ebola

The first two cases of Ebola have been confirmed in Liberia, after spreading from neighbouring Guinea, where the deadly virus has killed 78 people. (72)
Police said the trouble started when a prisoner beat a guard with his handcuffs in an attempt to escape.

Nigeria ‘attempted jailbreak’ leaves more than 20 dead

Twenty-one people have been killed in an attempt to escape from detention at the headquarters of Nigeria’s secret police in the capital, officials say. (103)
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Egypt presidential poll set for late May

Egypt is to hold a presidential election on May 26 and 27, 10 months after the army turfed out Islamist leader Mohamed Morsi from the presidency, the electoral commission announced. (32)
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Ebola scare forces Senegal to close borders

Health officials are racing to contain a deadly Ebola epidemic in Guinea, with one neighbouring state closing its borders and two others reporting cases amid warnings of a “serious threat” to the region. (82)
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Oscar Pistorius trial due to hear case for defence

The defence in the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius is due to begin setting out its case, with the athlete himself expected to take the stand. (107)

Lagos expects 263 days of heavy rainfall this year

Lagos State government, yesterday, declared that the state is expecting 263 days of rainfall this year and this may be accompanied with strong winds, lightning and thunderstorms. (76)

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