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Sultan of Sokoto’s daughter graduates from U.K university – Nigerian: Breaking News In Nigeria

Sultan of Sokoto’s daughter graduates from U.K university – Nigerian: Breaking News In Nigeria

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SOURCE: www.lailasblog.com/Sultan of Sokoto, Muhammad Saad Abubakar’s daughter, Fatima Abubakar recently graduated from a university in the United Kingdom.Her father and the Emir of Kano, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, were present to celebrate her graduation held at Brighton, United Kingdom, on Thursday 20th July, 2017.. Here are more photos below;To Receive Free News Updates , Add Us To Your WhatsApp: 08080810909; BBM Pin: D8CB58EE Source link
UK based Nigerian actress, Esther Falana gets body surgery after child birth (See Why) – Nigerian: Breaking News In Nigeria

UK based Nigerian actress, Esther Falana gets body surgery after child birth (See Why) – Nigerian: Breaking News In Nigeria

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SOURCE: www.lailasblog.com/A Nigerian actress based in United Kingdom, Esther Falana revealed that she got an enhancement surgery!According to the mother of one ‘I did it because I didn’t like my figure after child birth’ To Receive Free News Updates , Add Us To Your WhatsApp: 08080810909; BBM Pin: D8CB58EE Source link
Buhari’s Idle Private Jet in the United Kingdom Reportedly Gulps Over N83million in 52 Days

Buhari’s Idle Private Jet in the United Kingdom Reportedly Gulps Over N83million in 52 Days

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SOURCE:TORI.NG  President Muhammadu Buhari's private jet as parked in London, United Kingdom where he is on a medical vacation is alleged to be consuming a  whooping sum of 4,000 pounds everyday.   This has been revealed by a Nigerian based in the United Kingdom named Arake Akinwande who covertly made enquiries about the cost of the parking lot where the presidential private jet is expensively resting.   The actual location of the parking lot where the Big Bird is basking in such luxury in a period of cash crunch and depression remains fuzzy.   President Buhari who left the shores of this country on the 7th of May, 2017 has spent a lengthy period of 52 days in London as he hides under a lacuna in the Nigerian constitution which doesn't specify an expiry period for his leave.   Using
Nigerian man, Dr. Osato Osemwengie who build drones for U.S Army bags 7th masters degree – Nigerian: Breaking News In Nigeria

Nigerian man, Dr. Osato Osemwengie who build drones for U.S Army bags 7th masters degree – Nigerian: Breaking News In Nigeria

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SOURCE: www.lailasblog.com/Nigerian man, Dr. Osato Osemwengie, who builds drones for the United States army, has bagged his 7th Masters Degree, and is now set to get his 4th Ph.D by September 2017.The excited man who took to Facebook to share photos from the graduation ceremony wrote;“I was in Garland, Texas yesterday, June 23rd, 2017 for my 7th master degree graduation. Yes as the fingers count in the picture shows 7, as in 7 master degree. I can now focus on my 4th PhD due to begin September 7th, 2017 and on competing two books and two articles due to be published within the next four weeks. Here are the titles and International Standard Book Number (ISBN) that have been issued for the books:Osemwengie, O. (2017). Drone Construction: Step by Step Guide to Designing, Building and Fly
Nnamdi Kanu Going Back to Prison? South East Assembly Asks High Court to Revoke IPOB Leader’s Bail

Nnamdi Kanu Going Back to Prison? South East Assembly Asks High Court to Revoke IPOB Leader’s Bail

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SOURCE:TORI.NGNnamdi Kanu   In a letter dated May 31, 2017 and signed by Prince Chukwuemeka Okorie, a South-east group under the aegis of South East Peoples Assembly (SEPA), on Wednesday, asked the Federal High Court in Abuja to revoke the bail it granted to leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu.   According to a report by Vanguard, the group urged the Chief Judge of the high court, Justice Ibrahim Auta, to as a matter of urgency, to revoke Kanu’s bail and lock him back in Kuje prison.   SEPA maintained that the IPOB leader has continued to conduct himself in a manner that is totally at variance with terms and conditions of his bail, among which included that he must not hold rallies, grant interviews or be in a crowd of more than 10 people.   The statement read
Falana, Debo Adeniran, Others Tell Buhari To Immediately Take Medical Leave

Falana, Debo Adeniran, Others Tell Buhari To Immediately Take Medical Leave

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SOURCE: saharareporters.comThirteen prominent civil rights activists led by Lagos lawyer, Mr. Femi Falana (SAN), have called on President Muhammadu Buhari to immediately proceed on medical leave.                                         The call was contained in a statement issued on Monday and jointly signed by the activists.             The activists noted that the President's health appears to have deteriorated, given that he has neither been seen in public in the last one week nor attended the last two meetings of the Federal Executive Council (FEC).                                          "His absence at the last Jumat service in the villa has fuelled further speculations and rumors on President Buhari's medical condition," the activists said.                                      
I Will Attend the Trial of Dasuki and El-Zakzaky

I Will Attend the Trial of Dasuki and El-Zakzaky

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SOURCE:TORI.NG  Nnamdi Kanu and Governor Ayodele Fayose    Fayose further vowed to attend the trials of former National Security Adviser, Colonel Sambo Dasuki (Rtd), and the leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, Ibrahim El-Zakzaky.   The governor, who was speaking on African Independent Television’s programme ‎People, Politics and Power, said he would never support a situation whereby court orders, rulings and judgments are disregarded by the government.   “The Federal Government are the ones making Kanu a hero. Anywhere in the world, agitation is normal. In the United Kingdom, there is agitation in Northern Ireland, even, United Kingdom itself is agitating in Europe. Let people agitate for whatever reason as long as it is constitutional. I am not in support of the break up of N
London Is Getting Creative with Polish Food—at 5 Restaurants (+ a Festival)

London Is Getting Creative with Polish Food—at 5 Restaurants (+ a Festival)

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SOURCE:food52.comThe beginnings of a Polish food scene emerged in London after World War II, with many restaurants providing places for exiles and émigrés to sip vodka and eat plates of homestyle pierogi. In one such restaurant, which still exists today (and is on this list), plans to overthrow communism in Poland were made. Today, the United Kingdom’s Polish stands at 15.7%, making Poles the largest group of foreign citizens in the United Kingdom—but the number of Polish restaurants in the country does not reflect this. That number is growing, but slowly and steadily. As a British food writer of Polish descent, I spend a good deal of time seeking out the best Polish food in London, particularly if I’m craving Polish food between travels to Poland, where I connect with my f
Nigerians have no mercy on Ahmed Musa following his arrest by UK police on suspicion of beating his wife

Nigerians have no mercy on Ahmed Musa following his arrest by UK police on suspicion of beating his wife

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SOURCE: lindaikejisblog.comNigerians woke up to the news of Super Eagles forward, Ahmed Musa getting arrested in UK on suspicion of beating his pretty wife.The Leicester City player is currently a trending topic on social media with Nigerians dragging the hell out of him for his alleged unruly behaviour in the United Kingdom. More hilarious tweets below. Source link
What Iran Taught Yasmin Khan About “Authenticity” in Food

What Iran Taught Yasmin Khan About “Authenticity” in Food

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SOURCE:food52.comYasmin Khan spent most of her twenties outside the kitchen. Living in the United Kingdom, she was working as a human rights campaigner for non-profits, on such issues as the arms trade and corporate complicity in war crimes, specifically focused on Afghanistan, Iraq, Israel, and Palestine. The work was taxing. Hearing stories of violence and injustice, day in and day out, drained her.She sought solace in her kitchen. It was a sanctuary, where she put love into the dishes that soothed and replenished her. While working her hands through each dish, she thought often of a Farsi phrase, noosh-e-jan, taught to her by her Persian mother. It’s an adage that translates, roughly, to “let your soul be nourished by what you are eating,” uttered at the dinner table a