nigerian metro news 170919

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    Metro Finally, South Africa grants landing permit to Air Peace - Nairaland

    South African authorities have granted landing permit to Air Peace Flight B777 to enable it to evacuate some 320 Nigerians in that country. Godwin Adama, Nigeria’s consul-general in Johannesburg, made the confirmation in a telephone interview with NAN on Tuesday. Adama spoke against the...
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    Metro BREAKING: South African Government Denies Air Peace Landing Permit - Sahara Reporters

    The South African authority has denied Air Peace landing right at the Oliver Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg. The refusal of the South African authority to grant the airline landing permit has once again led to the disruption in the evacuation of Nigerians from that country following...
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    Metro Meat: Police arrest 16 gang members for stealing thousands of dogs - Daily Trust

    The police in Vietnam say 16 gang members have been arrested and 51 dogs were rescued as part of an investigation into the theft of thousands of dogs in the northern part of the country. Read more:
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    Metro Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala's family fight over late father's throne - Nairaland

    The family of Obi Chukwuka Okonjo, the late father of former Coordinating Minister of the Economy, Ngozi Okonjo Iweala is reportedly enmeshed in a fight over the unauthorised announcement of the death of the 91-year-old King of Ogwashi-Uku community in Aniocha South Local Government Area of...
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    Metro Obinwanne Okeke remanded in prison custody till February 2020 - Linda Ikejis Blog

    Obinwanne Okeke, the Nigerian entrepreneur arrested by operatives of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on the last day of his visit to the United States in August, pleaded not guilty to the two count charge of wire and computer fraud at the commencement of his trial on Monday September...
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    Metro Obasanjo fires letter to Buthelezi, not Buhari this time - Pm News

    Former President Olusegun Obasanjo on Monday said it was a “fallacy” for South Africa to believe that xenophobia would make more jobs available to its citizens. read more