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Backlash As Embassy Calls Leah’s Mother’s Emotional Story In The US Falsehood

The perceived persecution of Christians in Nigeria became the subject of a discussion at a Washington-based conservative think-tank, Heritage Foundation, entitled, ‘Insecurity in Nigeria: Eyewitnesses Speak’, last month, featuring three Nigerian women, Mrs. Rebecca Sharibu (Leah’s mother), Mercy Maisamari and Alheri Magaji, who shared their stories. At the occasion, getting her daughter back was all […]

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President Muhammadu Buhari Signs Africa Free Trade Agreement

President Muhammadu Buhari who is currently in Niger Republic attending African Union Summit has siganed the Africa Free tarde Agreement. President Buhari signs Agreement establishing African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) at the Opening of the 12th Extra Ordinary Session of the Assembly of African Union Heads of State and Government in Niamey Niger Republic […]

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Facts about the American Revolution (Happy Independence Day)

The American Revolution was a struggle between 13 American colonies and Great Britain. The American colonies wished to attain independence and create a new sovereign nation – the United States. The American Revolutionary War lasted for eight years – between April 1775 to September 1783. The American colonists supporting independence were named Patriots. The American […]

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Nigeria Government Suspends RUGA Settlements For Herdsmen

The decision of the Federal Government to suspend the Rural Grazing Areas (RUGA) settlements for herdsmen has drawn reactions from some Nigerians. The initiative, according the President Muhammadu Buhari, will address herders and farmers clashes across the nation. State governors particularly from the southern part of the country rejected the plan. Some suggested that the […]

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