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    Politics We Did Not Stone Governor Bello - Lokoja Traditional Rulers

    Traditional leaders in Lokoja, Kogi State, have stated that residents of the city were not involved in the stoning the governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello, on Friday at a Jumat prayer. According to PUNCH, speaking at the Lokoja Day Celebration to mark the anniversary of Lokoja, the Walin Lokoja...
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    Politics Kogi Residents Stone Governor Yahaya Bello After Jumat Service

    Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi state, today, after observing Jumat prayer in Lokoja, the state capital was stoned by some aggrieved residients, Premium Times is reporting. Also, the Peoples Democratic Party youth frontier tweeted about the attack some minutes after the incident. It is not...
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    Metro Kogi: [Photos] Dead Baby Raised to Life

    A dead child was allegedly raised back to life at the Mountain Miracle and Liberation Ministries, a.k.a Liberation City, last Sunday by Pastor Chris Okafor. Pastor Okafor was reportedly to have prayed back a dead child to life in a suspense-filled movie-like scenario. According to report on...
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    Metro Kogi: Masquerade Treks from Abuja to Okene to Celebrate Yahaya Bello

    A masquerade and its members of the Ebira community in Abuja walked to Okene to celebrate the inauguration of Alhaji Yahaya Bello as the new Governor of Kogi State. The walk, which was coordinated by the custodian of the Anupo masquerade, Mallam Kabiru Sule lasted six days. Speaking on behalf...
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    Politics Kogi: Election Petition Tribunal Moved to Abuja

    The Kogi state governorship election petitions tribunal sitting in Lokoja, capital of the state, has been relocated to Abuja. Akanji Akinlabi, secretary to the tribunal, disclosed this in Lokoja on Friday, saying the relocation was based on the directive of Zainab Bulkashua, president of the...