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Africa Cup of Nations semi-finals line-up in Gabon: Wednesday At Libreville Burkina Faso v Egypt (1900 GMT) Thursday At Franceville Cameroon v Ghana (1900 GMT) The post AFCON semi-finals line-up appeared first on Vanguard News. Source: Vanguard

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Abuja – Some Nigerian celebrities, say they will boycott the planned anti-government protest by award winning musician Tuface, also known as 2baba. Tuface, the African Queen crooner recently took to his Instagram handle: @official2baba, calling on his fans and followers to join in the nationwide protest scheduled for February 5. He stated: “First Massive Nationwide…

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By Anthony Ogbonna with Agency report U.S President, Donald Trump has remained resolute in his hedge-hammer especially on the Islamist terrorists, saying the wanton execution of Christians in the world would no longer be tolerated. President Trump who took to his twitter handle to state this also said that countries need strong borders because the…

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Six Syrians including Christians were turned away from Philadelphia International Airport in the United States and sent back to Lebanon, an official at Beirut airport told AFP on Sunday. US President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Friday prohibiting entry to the United States to all nationals of seven Muslim-majority states — Iran, Iraq,…

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The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet), has predicted dust haze with visibility of two to five kilometres over Zaria, Abuja, Minna and Kaduna on Monday. NiMet made the prediction in the Weather Outlook by its Central Forecast Office in Abuja on Sunday. It added that the region would have day and night temperature of 31 to…

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Jalingo – Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, has said that a knowledge-based economy would guarantee a speedy technological advancement in Nigeria. ATIKU Speaking with newsmen in Jalingo on Sunday, Abubakar noted that the key drivers of advanced economies were knowledge and innovation, rather than natural resources. “Educational development is the most important aspect of all…