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Plateau killings: We will not allow another Rwanda genocide – UK House of Lords vows

The United Kingdom, UK, House of Lords yesterday debated the continuing killing of innocent persons in communities by armed groups in Nigeria. The debate concerning the killings and destruction of property was raised by Lord Alton of Liverpool who demanded to know Her Majesty’s Government assessment of situation in Nigeria. …

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MTN Now Allows The extension Of Data Plan Bundles As Instructed By NCC

Last week, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) announced data rollover policy to be implemented by all telecommunications companies in Nigeria, including MTN, Glo, Airtel and 9mobile. However, MTN has become the first network provider to implement the feature. The data rollover feature allows subscribers to use their expired or unfinished …

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Banks tighten loan conditions amidst increased lending activities

BANKS said they will further tighten loan conditions in the third quarter 2018, Q3’18, even as they increase lending to the various segments of the economy. However, credit to the domestic economy dropped by 6.41 percent to N25.71 trillion in May, driven by decline in credit to the government and …

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Shocking: Herdsmen Rename Communities grabbed from indigenes

The natives, mostly Berom by tribe watched helplessly as their homes were occupied, the people killed and farmlands taken over and in some cases, the original names of the villages changed. They wandered if their children would ever return to their ancestral land. It will be recalled that the immediate …

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Miyetti Allah Slams Fulani Lawmakers For Failing To Protect Herdsmen

The Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore has lambasted Fulani lawmakers in the National Assembly for failing to protect the interest of herdsmen. The Secretary-General of the group, Saleh Al-Hassan, said this during an interview on Sunrise Daily, a Channels Television programme, on Friday. He said, “Our elite have failed to protect …

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