nigerian metro news 190619

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    Metro Catholic bishop: Boko Haram collecting taxes in Borno – TheCable

    Mathew Ndago-Manoso, Catholic archbishop of Kaduna diocese, says the Boko Haram sect is controlling parts of Borno state. Speaking at the annual general meeting (AGM) of the Nigeria Catholic Diocese Priests’ Association which held in Kaduna on Tuesday, Ndago-Manoso said the insurgents provide...
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    Metro US Data Reveal Visa Denials For Nigerians Increased In 2018 – Sahara Reporters

    Percentage Chart for Nonimmigrant Visas Issued by Nationality Fiscal Year 2018 A study of data released by the US Department of State has revealed a high reduction in the number of Nigerians that received the US non-immigrant visas in the last three years. Every year, nonimmigrant visas are...
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    Metro For the 12th year in a row, Iceland is the most peaceful nation on Earth (Full List) – Linda Ikeji’s Blog

    Iceland has once again held its position as the most ‘peaceful’ nation on Earth, according to this year’s Global Peace Index and in addition, the world’s overall ‘peacefulness’ has improved for the first time in five years. Afghanistan was bottom of the list, moving below even … Read more...
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    Metro Buratai blames soldiers for Boko Haram attacks – TheCable

    Tukur Buratai, chief of army staff, has attributed some attacks on military bases to insufficient commitment of soldiers. The Nigerian army has suffered many attacks from the Boko Haram sect, especially in Borno, in recent times. Just last week, insurgents hit a military formation in the state...
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    Metro Gunmen Kidnap Son Of Former Minister Of Health Isaac Adewole – Sahara Reporters

    Yet-to-be-identified gunmen have kidnapped Dayo Adewole, son of the immediate past Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole. The kidnapping took place on Tuesday. The abductors have yet to contact the family of the victim. Eyewitnesses said he was ambushed at gunpoint on his farm in Iroko, near...