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    Politics List - 7 Reasons Why Olusegun Obasanjo Was The Best President Nigeria Ever Had - Opinion

    General Olusegun Aremu Okikiola Matthew Obasanjo was born in Abeokuta on March 5 1937. Chief Olusegun Obasanjo is a controversial figure in Nigeria's history. He has ruled Nigeria twice, once as a military administrator and secondly as a democratically elected president. Below are some of his...
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    World List of 20 African Presidents That Died In Office

    All over the world, Africa has the highest rate of presidents that have died while in office. Seems not to be such a rare occurrence having occurred less than 50 times in recorded times with over 13 deaths occurring from 2000 till date. Such deaths have most often been from natural causes, but...
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    Metro [List] 10 Most Powerful African Countries With Best Military Strength And Fire Power

    Going by history, these are the top 10 list of powerful countries in Africa with best military strength and power. They are: 10. Libya The 2011 Libya revolution has placed a big question mark on the military capabilities of a country with population of just over 6 million. Almost 3 million...
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    Metro List of 10 Powerful And Inspirational African Women

    These are ten inspirational African women, their achievements inspire millions and enrich the global view of the African woman. Africa is not the first continent that comes to mind when you hear the word Gender equality. African women do not enjoy the societal right to exercise independence and...
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    Metro [LIST] Most Terrorised Countries In The World, Nigeria is 3rd – GTI Report

    Nigeria has been ranked third of the 162 countries of the world that have been worst hit by terrorist attacks, according to the 2015 Global Terrorism Index. The country, Africa’s largest oil producer, was ranked fourth in 2014. According to Nigerian Bulletin's analysis of the list, Iran is...
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    Politics Ministerial Portfolios in Circulation is Fake - Presidency

    A fake list purporting to show the allocation of portfolios to the ministerial nominees has gone into circulation, presidential sources said The list, which has gone viral on social media, was not signed by any government official, neither was it attributed to anyone. “The president has not...