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Buhari won 2015 election because Nigerians wanted you out – US replies Jonathan

The United States of America has replied former President Goodluck Jonathan, insisting that President Muhammadu’s victory at the 2015 presidential election was the will of Nigerians. The US Government stated this while responding to an allegation by Jonathan, that former American President Barack Obama, was responsible for his loss. He had said, “President Barack Obama Read More…

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How Obama helped Buhari defeat me in 2015 election – Jonathan

Former President Goodluck Jonathan has claimed that he lost the 2015 presidential elections, because of a conspiracy between the USA, Britain and France.   In a new book “Against The Run of Play” authored by the Chairman of ThisDay Editorial Board, Olusegun Adeniyi, Jonathan said former US President Barack Obama, ex-British Prime Minister David Cameron Read More…

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Photos of Former President Olusegun Obasanjo That is Currently Trending

Nigerians have started trending the photos are of former president, Olusegun Obasanjo prostrating before the Ooni of Ife as a sign of respect. The photos according to Nigerians is the opposite of what the Oba of Lagos, Rilwanu Akiolu did to the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi

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THE AFE BABALOLA UNIVERSITY FASHION EXPERIENCE- Limited Number of Seats Left

Quoting the words of the organisers the event is to showcase what the Afe Babalola university fashion world has to offer in response to debates such as Covenant University’s conquest over Afe babalola university in the fashion world. Hurry now and call the numbers on poster to make inquiry on how to get your ticket Read More…

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Nigerian Footballer Sets Guinness World Record

Nigerian footballer Harrison Chinedu has set another  Guinness World Record for distance (103.6 km) travelled on a bicycle with a football on the head after previously walking from the Redemption camp on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway to the National Stadium in Surulere, Lagos (a total distance of 48.08km with a ball on his head).