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The Guardian Nigeria

Sunday 26 April 2015
HEADLINES
Okorocha

BREAKING:Okorocha wins Imo governorship election

The governor of Imo State, Chief Rochas Okorocha, of the All Progressives congress (APC), has been declared the winner of the keenly contested governorship election in the state. He defeated his close

International Monetary Fund Managing Director, Christine Lagarde

IMF Recommends Policy Continuity, Subsidy Removal For Nigeria

ONE of the major hindrances to economic advancement of many African countries is policy summersault, especially as occasioned by regime change. This became more pronounced in the case of Nigeria, wher

Commemorating the Chibok Girls

Chibok Girls: Renewed Pressure On Obama

RENEWED pressure is being mounted on US President Barack Obama to provide more attention and resources regarding efforts to find the over 200 Chibok schoolgirls abducted last year by Boko Haram, as th

Supplementary Polls: Low Turnout, Ballot Box Snatching Mar Exercise

THE supplementary governorship election held yesterday was characterised by incidences of violence and ballot box snatching, amid low turnout of voters.

Buhari and Jonathan

Again, Jonathan, Buhari Meet

PRESIDENT Goodluck Jonathan and the President-elect, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari yesterday met again, the second time since Buhari was declared winner of the March 28 presidential polls

Mnguni
Dahiru
International Monetary Fund Managing Director, Christine Lagarde
Arase and Abba
West Bromwich Albion`s Argentinian midfielder Claudio Yacob (L) vies for the ball with Liverpool's Brazilian midfielder Philippe Coutinho during the English Premier League football. PHOTO:  GEOFF CADDICK / AFP
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botswana's football team
Yakmut
Kole Okotosho
Buhari
Alabi Williams Copy
Abraham Ogbodo Copy