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    Davido pays for surgery of airport worker

    David Adeleke, an Afropop singer better known as Davido, has paid for the surgery of an airport worker. The Nigerian singer made this known on Wednesday by sharing a video of a group of people holding placards and chanting praises of thanks to him. The video was shared on his Instagram Story. The cardboard signs […] More

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    Commissioner, governor’s aides face CCT trial in Bauchi

    Mr. Danladi Umar, Chairman of the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) has approved April 24 and April 27 for the arraignment of a serving Commissioner and 54 other public officers before him in Bauchi State. According to a statement by Mr. Ibraheem AL-Hassan, Head, Press and Public Relations of the tribunal, the trial would be […] More

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    Three Nigerian students killed by a tree in Cameroon

    A tree that fell on a motorcade killed three Nigerian undergraduate students and injured 16 others in northern Cameroon. An official said the victims were part of 50 students and six members of staff of Nigeria’s Taraba State University. The students were on an excursion to the Bouba Ndjida National Park, North regional governor Jean […] More

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    Omo-Agege denies allegation, released by police

    Embattled Senator Ovie Omo-Agege has denied having anything to do with the Wednesday’s invasion of the Senate chambers and the removal of the mace. The senator representing Delta Central has also been released by the police. The Senate Chamber was on Wednesday invaded by some persons who made away with the mace. Shortly after the […] More

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    Aguero ruled out of World Cup

    Sergio Aguero will struggle to recover from knee surgery in time for the World Cup, according to Argentina Football Association doctor Homero D’Agostino. Manchester City striker Aguero underwent an arthroscopy after aggravating a knee problem during their derby defeat to rivals Manchester United, Pep Guardiola citing a challenge from Ashley Young that went unpunished by […] More

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    ISIS militants get 48 hour ultimatum to surrender near Damascus

    Islamic State (ISIS) militants have been given 48 hours to withdraw from an enclave they control south of Damascus, the pro-Syrian government newspaper al-Watan reported on Thursday. “If they refuse, the army and supporting forces are ready to launch a military operation to end the presence of the organization in the area,” it said. The […] More

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    Stolen Senate mace abandoned at Abuja City Gate

    Hoodlums that sensationally stole the Senate mace on Wednesday abandoned it under the flyover before the Abuja City Gate, the police said early today. The police said they were informed by a passerby, who saw it and alerted them, leading to its recovery. The police said they were still in pursuit of the mace thieves […] More

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    Marketing to Nigerians on 5 Social Media Platforms

    Marketing to Nigerians on 5 Social Media Platforms

    admindigital Facebook Facebook started operation giving users enough space to post pictures and add captions, creating a timeline of events in their lives. Things have progressed amazingly for the platform, now anybody can start a live video and connect with their friends.

    Check out this article on DigitalAdPlanet Marketing to Nigerians on 5 Social Media Platforms admindigital Facebook Facebook started operation giving users enough space to post pictures and add captions, creating a timeline of events in their lives. Things have progressed amazingly for the platform, now anybody can start a live video and connect with their […] More

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