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    Meet Bob Marley - His Story Deon Sowobi

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The Tribunal Upholds Dauda Lawal’s Victory as Governor of Zamfara State

The Tribunal Upholds Dauda Lawal's Victory as Governor of Zamfara State The Zamfara State Election Petition Tribunal, convened in Sokoto, has upheld the victory of Dauda Lawal as the duly elected governor of Zamfara State. The tribunal, during its proceedings, dismissed the petition filed by Bello Matawalle, the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), on the grounds of lacking merit. In its judgment, the three-member panel, presided over by Justice Cordelia Ogadi, ruled that the petitioner failed to substantiate allegations of irregularities in the collation of election results, exclusion of Maradun Local Government Area (LGA) results, and claims of uncompleted electoral processes in certain wards within the state. Furthermore, the tribunal found no evidence to support accusations of non-compliance with the Electoral Act or corrupt electoral practices by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). Consequently, the tribunal imposed […]

US - IRAN SWAP DEAL 
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US – Iran Swap Deal

US - IRAN SWAP DEAL  The United States and Iran have Carried out a Prisoner Exchange Valued at $6 Billion In a significant diplomatic move, the United States and Iran recently engaged in a prisoner exchange that saw five detainees from each country freed, marking one of the first major agreements between the two nations in years. This exchange also allowed Tehran to gain access to $6 billion in previously frozen funds.   The five American prisoners released by Iran, one of whom had been held captive for eight years, departed Tehran on a Qatari aircraft. The unblocked funds were promptly deposited into accounts managed by Qatar. The White House confirmed that the aircraft carrying the freed Americans had departed from Doha, Qatar, en route to the United States. President Joe Biden personally reached out to the families of these […]

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Kaduna State Government Enlists 7,000 Vigilantes in the Fight Against Banditry and Kidnapping

Kaduna State Government Enlists 7,000 Vigilantes in the Fight Against Banditry and Kidnapping The governor has announced the deployment of vigilante members to rural communities. To enhance security in Kaduna State, the government has enlisted 7,000 young individuals into the state's vigilance service, aiming to complement the efforts of federal security agencies. This recruitment process involves collaboration with key stakeholders such as local government chairpersons, traditional leaders, and religious figures. Governor Sani views this initiative not only as a significant stride toward reinstating security and fostering development but also as an avenue to create employment opportunities for the youth population. Faced with the challenge of insufficient personnel to effectively combat bandits and other criminal elements in communities, the Kaduna State Government anticipates that the inclusion of these capable men and women in the state vigilance service will provide valuable local […]

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