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Senate endorses NNPCL pipeline surveillance contract to Tompolo’s Tantita Security Services

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The Senate has endorsed the N48billion oil pipeline surveillance contract by the Federal Government to Mr Government Ekpemupolo, alias Tompolo, a former Niger Delta...

Health

Sleeping less than 5 hours at night increases risk of heart...

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Getting less than five hours of sleep in mid-to-late life could be linked to an increased risk of developing at least two chronic diseases,...
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Auditors uncover payroll fraud in PAP …513 persons receiving multiple stipends

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….SCC urges ex-agitators to shelve protests, back Ndiomu's reforms The Strategic Communication Committee (SCC) of the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP) has disclosed that external and...

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Tension, excitement as 2022 World Cup begins

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It will be the first of its kind. Before 2022, the World Cup has never been played in the winter season. The global showpiece has...

Bayelsa Queens begin campaign on shaky footing, lose 1-2 to Sundown

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Nigeria’s representative in the CAF Women Champions League, Bayelsa Queens, began their quest for glory on a shaky footing, losing 1-2 to defending champions,...

Man Wins N38m With N800 On Sports Betting

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This viral video shows the moment residents followed a man to the mosque to pray after he spent N800 on sports betting and became...

EPL: How we stopped Haaland – Van Dijk reveals after Liverpool defeat Man City

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Liverpool defender, Virgil van Dijk has opened up on how they stopped Manchester City’s Erling Haaland from scoring against them on Sunday. The Norway international...

Barcelona president, Laporta sent out of referees’ dressing room after Real Madrid defeat

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Barcelona president, Joan Laporta, confronted match officials following their 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid on Sunday. Los Blancos moved three points clear of rivals Barca...

Security

Hackers steal $11m from Nigeria, others

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A gang of hackers, OPERA1ER, stole at least $11m from companies in Nigeria, Benin, Cameroon, 11 other African countries, and Argentina. This is according to a...
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