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Money Laundering Court Orders South Afrtican Lady to forfeit $374,355

Money Laundering: Court Orders South African Lady To Forfeit $374,355 To FG (Photo) Justice C.M.A Olatoregun of the Federal High Court, Lagos on Friday, March 4, 2016, convicted Ngqula Nosisi Pam, a South African for money laundering and bulk cash smuggling. The convict was arraigned by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on February 1, 2016 after her arrest at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport. The convict had earlier pleaded…

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One Soldier Wounded as Troops Kill Fleeing Boko Haram

Photos: One soldier wounded as troops kill fleeing Boko Haram terrorists from Sambisa Forest Troops of 21 Brigade Bama, under 7 Division area of operational responsibility, in the early hours of Friday, March 3, cleared escaping Boko Haram terrorists that came through Sabsawa axis of Sambisa forest. According to a statement issued by the Acting Director Army Public Relations, Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman, the troops also recovered a Toyota Hilux,…

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Oshiomhole’s Intervention Saved Central Hospital-MD

Oshiomhole’s intervention saved Central Hospital – MD BENIN CITY – The Medical Director of Central Hospital, Benin City, Dr. Barry Uwadiae has said that the personal intervention of Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State has brought life to the 102 year old hospital. Dr. Uwadiae in a chat with The Nigerian OBSERVER in Benin City also commended the purposeful leadership and forsight of the Oshiomhole-led government for erecting an ultra-modern…

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Bad Government, Poverty Unemployment Contribute to Gender-Based Violence

Bad governance, poverty, unemployment, contribute to gender-based violence Abuja – Poverty, unemployment, ignorance and bad governance have been identified as contributory factors to gender based violence. Gender and Conflict Adviser of Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme (NSRP), an NGO, Mrs Chitra Nagaraja, identified these in a paper presented in Abuja on Thursday. She spoke at a meeting with members of the steering committee on UNSCR 1325. Nagaraja called for a…

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We’ll miss Oshiomhole-Benin Elders

We’ll miss Oshiomhole — Benin Elders Chairman of the Benin Leaders of Thought and the Enogie of Obazuwa, Prince Edun Akenzua, has expressed regret that the tenure of Governor Adams Oshiomhole would be coming to an end in November, saying he wished the Governor could serve another term. Speaking yesterday during an interview, the royal father said the Benin Elders would soon meet with the governor to suggest to him…

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WIMBIZ Execs Cover Genevieve Magazine March 2016 Issue

WIMBIZ Execs cover Genevieve Magazine March 2016 Issue In the March issue of Genevieve magazine, they celebrate women for their tenacity and roles as game changers and influencers. 15 years ago 14 individuals (13 women and a Man) decided to establish WIMBIZ; an organization with a vision “to be the catalyst that elevates the status and influence of women and their contribution to nation building, through advocacy, capacity building, mentoring,…

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Kenyan Man Sentenced to 200 years in prison for killing his 4 Children

Photos: Kenyan man sentenced to 200 years in prison for killing his 4 children following a feud with wife A 40-year-old man in Kisii County, Kenya, was on Monday, February 29, sentenced to 200 years in prison for killing his 4 children. Kisii resident judge, Joseph Karanja ruled that Misati will serve the sentence concurrently for 50 years for each of the four counts of murder he had been charged…

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Oscar Pistorius Muder Appeal Denied, Now Faces up to 15 Years

Oscar Pistorius murder appeal denied, now faces up to 15 years for murder conviction 3 years after he fatally shot and killed his girlfriend, South African Olympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius will now appear in Pretoria’s High Court in April to face sentencing after the Constitutional Court dismissed his appeal “for lack of prospects of success” and found him guilty of murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp on Valentine’s day in 2013….

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