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Today's Headlines: APC Plans To Be In Power For 50 Years- Ali Modu; FBI Arrests 11 Nigerians In US.

APC Plans To Be In Power For 50 Years - Ali Modu.

A former Governor of Borno State, Senator Ali Modu Sheriff, on Sunday said the plan of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC is to remain in power in both Federal and State levels till 50 years.

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He stated this on Sunday while addressing newsmen in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. 

FBI Arrests 11 Nigerians In US.

A US federal grand jury has indicted 11 Nigerians for defrauding elderly victims in romance schemes. According to the court document, the defendants preyed on elderly victims, many of whom were widows or divorced.

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The defendants are; David Animashaun, 38; Oluwalobamise Michael Moses, 40; Irabor Fatarr Musa, 51; Ijeoma Okoro, 31; Chukwemeka Orji, 36; Emanuel Stanley Orji, 35; Frederick Orji, 37; Uwadiale Esezobor, 36; Victor Idowu, 36; Afeez Abiola Alao, 37; and Ambrose Sunday Ohide, 47.

They were arrested by the FBI in DFW, Eastern District of Texas, Dallas, Lubbock, Los Angeles and charged in the Northern District of Texas.

Nigerian Military Holds Memorial For 165 Soldiers Killed In Ejigbo Plane Crash.

On Sunday, the Armed Forces Command and Staff College, AFCSC held a memorial service for the 165 military officers who died in a plane crash in 1992 at Ejigbo on the outskirts of Lagos.

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The Nigeria Air Force C-130 plane crashed on September 26, 1992, killing all the passengers and crew members.

In his remarks, Commandant of the College, Ebenezer Alade, said it was with a heavy heart that they remembered the fallen heroes.


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