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06032018 - Charge any Fulani man with AK-47 to court—BUHARI

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Chaos as BRT bus cuts off school boy's head in Lagos 7 Liberia seeks 6,000 teachers from Nigeria 4 HATE SPEECH: Lawyers, media group fault Senate on death sentence 4 MEET THE BOSS Sage solutions help companies stay agile PIETER BENSCHI 36 VOL. 26: NO. 63499 TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 2018 Charge any Fulani man ** with AK-47 to court—BUHARI •I’m in Taraba to condole with Mambila people – Buhari •More visits to Yobe, Rivers, Zamfara, Benue — PRESIDENCY •We'll welcome President Buhari — Benue govt •President’s visits, an afterthought — Fayose PRESIDENT WEAH COMES CALLING By Peter Duru & John Mkom JALINGO — Pres ident Muham madu Buhari yesterday directed that any Fulani man found in possession of AK-47 rifles should be charged to court. The President said this in Jalingo, the Taraba State capital during a visit to the state to commiserate with people that lost loved ones in the wake of violence that engulfed the area recently. “Any Fulani man caught with AK-47 Continues on Page 5 Naira stable at N360.1/ $ in I&E 40 Mr & Mrs PRESIDENT GEORGE WEAH AT ASO VILLA—President Muhammadu Buhari (R) introducing the Special Adviser on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Abike Dabiri (L) to President George Weah of Liberia, while the SSA Media to the President, Mallam Garba Shehu and the SA Media to the President, Mr. Femi Adesina (3L) watched during a "Thank You" visit of the Liberian President to President Buhari at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, yesterday. Photo: Abayomi Adeshida. Trump’s Global Gag Rule: More cases of unsafe abortions imminent in 9Mobile: Smile telecoms tackles Barclays Africa, US worries about Nigeria, other African countries’ debt overhang Nigeria 42 4 8 seeks bid COLUMNISTS ERIC TENIOLA 18 ODUMAKIN 17 MAILAFIA 31 FDI: Kogi, others attract N1.9trn in Q4 2017 11 SEE INSIDE

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