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Emir Of Kano State Sanusi Set To Ban Polygamy, Says There’s A Connection Between It, Poverty & Terrorism All News 

Emir Of Kano State Sanusi Set To Ban Polygamy, Says There’s A Connection Between It, Poverty & Terrorism

The Emir of Kano, Lamido Sanusi has said that he would introduce a law prohibiting poor men from marrying more than one wife, saying there is a connection between polygamy, poverty and terrorism. . He said because muslims practice polygamous marriage, most poor men end up marrying up to four wives with as many as 20 children whom they sometimes don’t train in schools hence, some of them become thugs and terrorists. . The Emir said: “Those of us in the [mainly Muslim] north have all seen the economic consequences…

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Buhari Speaks To Kano Governor As Local Radio Stations Broadcast It Live All News Politics 

Buhari Speaks To Kano Governor As Local Radio Stations Broadcast It Live

President Muhammadu Buhari has extended his appreciation to Nigerians for their goodwill and prayers, saying his condition has improved. Buhari, who spoke for about three minutes in vernacular, on phone, with Governor Ganduje, while a prayer session was going on at Africa House, Government House, Kano, said he is feeling better. Buhari said “Alhamdulillah (all praise be to Allah)”, he said when Ganduje inquired “how are you feeling now Your Excellency? During the prayer session, which was broadcast live by local radio stations in Kano, Ganduje told the President that…

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I’m Not Indebted to Any Bank – Senator Stella Oduah Speaks On Hight Court Freezing Of Her Accounts All News Politics 

I’m Not Indebted to Any Bank – Senator Stella Oduah Speaks On Hight Court Freezing Of Her Accounts

A Senator representing a constituency in Anambra state has reacted in connection with a legal issue at the Federal High Court in Lagos which restrained her from making withdrawals from a company account. Senator Stella Oduah has described as untrue, allegations that she was indebted to Sterling Bank and other commercial banks in Nigeria. On Wednesday, a Lagos Federal High Court restrained Sen. Oduah and Sea Petroleum from making withdrawals from 21 accounts in some commercial banks. However Oduah in an interview said that she had resigned from the company,…

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Customs Officials Break Shops, Seize 4,550 Bags of Rice All News 

Customs Officials Break Shops, Seize 4,550 Bags of Rice

In a sting operation in the wee hours of the day, men of the Nigeria Customs Service raided local shops of bags of rice. Rice sellers in Sango Market , in the Ado Odo/ Ota Local Government Area of Ogun State on Wednesday blocked the Temidire end of the Lagos -Abeokuta Expressway for over seven hours . The traders were protesting against the alleged invasion of customs officials from the Federal Operation Unit (FOU ) of the Nigeria Customs Service , Ikeja , who allegedly broke several shops in the…

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