Top Ten News Stories In Nigeria Today![22/11/2015]
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ENJOY TODAY’S LIST:
=> Kogi: APC Candidate Audu Reportedly Dead – Saharareprters,Naij.com
According to Sahara Reporters, Audu passed away of undisclosed medical
reason just after the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)
had announced the results of the voting and had declared the election
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=> INEC Declares Kogi State Election Inconclusive
=> Nnamdi Kanu May Have Died” MASSOB Faction Claims – Vanguard
The leadership of a faction for the Movement for the Actualization of
the Sovereign State of Biafra, MASSOB, weekend, alleged that Nnamdi
Kanu, the promoter of Radio Biafra, detained by security operatives, may
have been murdered.
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=> Video of Nigerian Maid Fanning her ‘Madam’ at the Salon for 2 Hours goes Viral – Bellanaija.com
Facebook user, Francesca Joseph-Esenwa‘s video of an underage girl maid
fanning her ‘madam’ for two hours at a salon has gone viral .
by members of the institution’s Drone Team, it is highly probable that
the University will, in future, monitor examinations conducted within
the campus with drones.
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Ahead of the December presidential deadline for the nation’s armed
forces to end the activities of the Boko Haram sect, the Presidency has
said Nigeria will not seek the help of foreign mercenaries.
America, took a swipe on the former President, Olusegun Obasanjo over
his third term bid, saying that if not for a vibrant parliament in
place, he would have had his way.
Minister of Works, Power and Housing, Mr Babatunde Raji Fashola, may
have ended up being a post master, but for his passion for litigation as
a young lawyer.