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Man kills two-year-old baby for disturbing his sleep

Man kills two-year-old baby for disturbing his sleep

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 A man has killed his two-year-old son after his cries ‘disturbed’ his sleep on Sunday night, police said on Tuesday.

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That NIA’s Black-Budget and Mysterious Whistle-blower

That NIA’s Black-Budget and Mysterious Whistle-blower

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By Yushau A. Shuaib Preparatory to the daring and merciless military operations against Boko Haram members, top officers of security and intelligence agencies were in Lagos and Abuja, towards the…

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Couple forced off British Airways flight over seat row

Couple forced off British Airways flight over seat row

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 British Airways offloaded a couple from a London to Jamaica flight at a Portuguese air force base Wednesday after a row broke out over their demands for an upgrade to…

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Buhari is recovering well, says presidency

Buhari is recovering well, says presidency

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The Presidency Thursday evening said there is no need for apprehension over the health of President, Muhammadu Buhari.

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