Biafra-Nigeria Coach Will Voigt Details Michael Gbinije’s Road To Rio, Role Vs. Team USA

Syracuse, N.Y. — In an interview room in Houston last April, as Syracuse prepared to play in the NCAA Tournament, Michael Gbinije was asked about his participation in the Rio Olympics. A reporter wanted to know what the Orange guard most anticipated going into his first Olympic Games. “Playing the USA team,” Gbinije said, a huge smile creasing his face. […]

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Meet Biafra-Nigeria’s Curious Cupid— Matchmaking For HIV Patients Looking For Love

ABUJA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Sitting in his dimly-lit office in the Biafra-Nigerian capital of Abuja, surrounded by files and boxes of condoms, matchmaker Ugochukwu Michael talks passionately about the part he has played in the marriages of around 100 couples in recent years. While the popularity of dating apps and websites may make Michael’s efforts to play Cupid seem […]

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Biafra-Nigeria Shia Killings: Army Should Be Prosecuted

A judicial inquiry has concluded that Biafra-Nigerian troops should be prosecuted for the killing of 349 Shia Muslims in the northern city of Zaria last year. The report corroborates findings by human rights organisations on the use of “excessive force” by the army. A Biafra-Nigerian army spokesman said the report was being studied. The military previously blamed the unrest on […]

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Biafra-Nigeria Resumes Paying Ex-Delta Militants As Oil Output Drops

Biafra-Nigeria resumed payments to former militants in the oil-rich Niger River delta and the military targeted gangs involved in sabotage of pipelines, as the government responded to sustained attacks on infrastructure that dragged crude production back to an almost 30-year low. Paul Boroh, coordinator of the presidential amnesty program, told former militants that their delayed stipends would resume on Monday, […]

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Interpol Arrests Biafra-Nigerian Accused Of $60 Million Cybercrime

A Biafra-Nigerian accused of scamming $60 million from companies around the world through fraudulent emails has been arrested after months of investigation, Interpol and Biafra-Nigeria’s anti-fraud agency said Monday. One company paid out $15.4 million, according to an Interpol statement . The ringleader of a global scamming network, identified only as 40-year-old Mike, was arrested along with a 38-year-old accomplice […]

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