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President Goodluck Jonathan yesterday insisted that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is the most democratic party in Nigeria and was not responsible for the Boko Haram insurgency in parts of the North. | Read Story


NEWS ON THE HOUR
How I hid Henry Okah from S’Africa police
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Local: 02:00am GMT:01:00am

Purported leader of the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND), Henry Okah, has a fitting soul mate in his wife, Enugu State-born Azuka. A woman that is completely in sync with her husband’s vision and cause; and she makes no apologies for her convictions. If you describe her as an enigma, you would not be wrong as she is not much different from her husband, who has been on trial in South Africa on terrorism-related charges since October 2010 | Read more
Mikel, Taiwo at war at Stanford Bridge
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Local: 02:00am GMT:01:00am

Two Nigerian internationals, John Obi Mikel (The Catalyst) and Taye Taiwo (The Tornado) will confront each other this afternoon in an English Premier League (EPL) fixture at the Stanford Bridge.
Taiwo's Queen Park Rangers (QPR) will be visitor to Chelsea, which is still smarting from its UEFA Champions League semi-final victory over highly rated and favoured FC Barcelona last Tuesday. It is one match, which will go a long way in determining whether relegation-threatened QPR can still play in the EPL next season. On paper and current form, bookmakers will close their eyes and give this match to Chelsea, but in football, | Read Story

NEWS OF THE DAY
Police declare Saraki wanted over N21b fraud
Special Fraud Unit of the Nigeria Police Force has declared former governor of Kwara State, Bukola Saraki, wanted over a N21 billion bank loan fraud at the defunct Intercontinental Bank of Nigeria.
The police order was issued shortly after Justice Gladys Olotu, presiding at the Federal High Court 4 in Abuja, denied the former governor (now a serving senator), a plea to restrain the police from interrogating or arresting him.
Confirming the story, |
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ASPIRE
Saint or sinner?

As the London 2012 Olympic Games are fast approaching, one of the major casualties in the bidding process that led to the award of the hosting rights in July 2005 is fighting the battle of his life. Mahmoud El Farnawani, who holds dual citizenship of Egypt and Canada, had been an International Olympic Committee (IOC) accredited agent for cities bidding to be selected as hosts for the Olympic Games. | Read Story

Editorial
That self-serving Bill from Rivers
The Government of Rivers State appears to be working hard to get enlisted in the hall of infamy if a certain bill before the State House of Assembly is to be taken into consideration. The document, | Read Story
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Dr. Christopher Kolade: Keeping integrity is costly
It had poured earlier that morning. The weather was, naturally, wet and cloudy. It was the kind of situation Lagosians dread because of the traffic chaos that normally follows. | Read Story
Explore
You never forget your first romantic kiss –Evita Moussalli
She is calm and calculated. She is pretty and intelligent but down to earth. When she speaks, you get the impression that she must be a great mother, but then she tells you,
| Read Story

Explore Business
It was tough being a Nigerian in Kenya –Anoke, M-Tech East Africa boss
Ikechukwu Arthur Anoke has cut his name in gold. At just 27 years, he is blazing a trail in the information technology world. His company, M-Tech, a mobile content solutions provider, now operates in 14 | Read Story

Sports

Leopards attack Wolves, Heartland
In what looks like a twist of fate, the two Nigerian representatives in the CAF Confederation Cup would be up against two teams from Congo DR and South Africa that go by the name, Leopards. In one of the two matches scheduled for today, |
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POWER GAME
There’re richer people in the South than in the North –Tanko Yakassai
No politicians in S’East, just businessmen–Oscar Onwudiwe
OBJ, Tinubu can’t wear Awo’s shoes–Ayo Adebanjo

ICON
Prof. Festus Iyayi I was asked to pack faeces with my bare hands in detention
N300bn waste: Dirty details of rot at Nigeria’s refineries

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Mike Adenuga at 59: A magnate of triumphant disposition


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Last week’s open debate of the ad hoc committee probing the management of oil subsidy fund between 2009 and 2011 by the House of Representatives came to a close on Wednesday with adoption of 62 of its recommendations. The decision of the lawmakers to adopt an open debate method was to boost | Read Story
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