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Latest news this afternoon (Saturday, May 5, 2018)

The Nation

  • I won’t stop negotiating for Boko Haram – Mama Boko Haram
  • APC Ward Congresses: One Killed in Delta
  • Lalong woo investors to Plateau
  • Ward Congress: Ambode commends party members
  • Weeping and gnashing of teeth as Stoke relegates
  • 2019: My re-election bid not for personal gain – Buhari
  • Wives of monarchs seek lasting peace in Niger Delta
  • Rain disrupts Ekiti APC Primary
  • 14 arrested after girl raped, burnt alive in India
  • Rain storm kills 5, injures Catholic Priest, others in Jalingo
  • INEC, CSOs urges parties to give more opportunities to women, disabled, youths
  • 30,000 bottles of Codeine consumed daily in Niger State – Research
  • Weeping and gnashing of teeth as Stoke relegates
  • UEFA hammers Atletico coach Simeone
  • No return date for Ndidi
  • Albion earns rare win over Utd to seal safety
  • Killings: Group urges religious leaders to avoid tribal and religious sentiments
  • Modular Refinery to be established in Abia
  • Masari rewards Woman who gave birth while on queue for 2015 election




  • [BREAKING] Police recruitment: 133,324 shortlisted for screening –Commission
  • Five men commit suicide after falling victim to online ‘sextortion’ –Police
  • I learnt about sex when I stumbled on dad and mum –Actor Smith’s daughter
  • VIDEO: Germany marks 200th anniversary of Karl Marx’s birth
  • Neymar returns to PSG training ground and works out
  • California now world’s fifth largest economy, surpassing UK
  • BREAKING: APC ward chairmanship aspirant stabbed to death at congress
  • PHOTOS: Osinbajo attends APC ward congress
  • English Premier League results
  • PHOTOS: Buhari participates in APC ward congress
  • English Premier League table
  • Stoke relegated from Premier League after Palace defeat
  • How rainstorm killed my three cousins early this morning –Taraba woman
  • Five countries get visa exemption statuses for two years
  • My quest for second term not for personal gain, says Buhari
  • My quest for second term not for personal gain, says Buhari
  • I gave my daughter blessing when she married a Christian — Senator Binta’s father
  • Buhari’s govt narrowest in Nigeria’s history – Ghali Na’abba




  • Mudi Cements Ambition to Rule Africa With Abidjan Outlet
  • yvonne Hays steps out with thereafter
  • Exciting Thrills at Nigerian Breweries Uncage
  • DJ Jimmy Jatt, Kunle Afolayan, Edi Lawani Speak at Recall for…
  • Ramsey Nouah continues search for impostor in ‘Crazy People’
  • Excitement As Actors Guild Rebrands
  • Four Nigerian DJs Make History in a Fun-filled Night
  • Nigerian Embassy in France Showcases Culture in Paris
  • Move Melaye to National Hospital Abuja, Kogi Chief Judge Orders Police
  • El-Zakzaky’s Case May Worsen Nigeria’s Security Challenges, Warns Campbell
  • Appeal Court Gives FG Nod to Begin Extradition of Kashamu
  • Again, Suicide Bombers Attack Borno State, 7 killed
  • Osinbajo: FG Feeding 7.6 Million Pupils in 22 States
  • Ekiti: 33 APC Aspirants Battle for Ticket in Today’s Governorship Primary
  • Lexus Sales at Record Levels in 2018
  • Coscharis Motors to Reveal All-new Ford Escape at 2018 Auto Fair
  • AMCON Commends PAN Kaduna for Improved Performance
  • Give Nigerian Oil Industry a Break




  • Russian protest leader Navalny detained at anti-Putin rally
  • Don’t politicise killings by insurgents, muslim group tells media
  • Offa robbery: Police declare four suspects wanted
  • The complicated relationship between Shaku Shaku and drug abuse
  • How secure is information shared on social media platforms?
  • OAU authorities will resolve tax debt soonest — V. C
  • Rain storm kills 5, injures Catholic Priest, others in Jalingo
  • Thousands stage anti-Macron protest in Paris
  • Police arrest 14 after teen raped, burned to death in India
  • Disagreement over ‘dirty naira note’ turns bloody in Lagos
  • Tensions brew on Yemen’s Socotra after UAE deployment
  • Stoke City relegated from the Premier League
  • Thomas the hero as Victory win A-League grand final
  • Eagles’ official soft drink, Coca-Cola, launches another campaign ahead World Cup
  • El Clasico of honour, as Real Madrid battles Barca
  • AFA will change structure, fortunes of African sports, says Udezue
  • Doha World Championships to include 4x400m, mixed relay, midnight marathons


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