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25042018 - Fresh bloodbath in Benue

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25042018 - Fresh bloodbath in

Switzerland How oil marketers plotted to confine returned me to wheelchair— Okonjo-Iweala As elections draw near, focus must 2.5m •Prove your allegation, marketers fire back 9 be on how to Abacha loot SEX-FOR-MARKS SCANDAL: make Nigeria a 40 with interest OAU Prof failed me for refusing nation — Envoy 9 sex demand— Monica Osagie 11 VOL. 26: NO. 63535 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 2018 Fresh bloodbath in Benue •2 Catholic priests, 17 others killed by herdsmen •Buhari mourns with Benue people, says killings satanic, despicable •We are under siege— Benue govt; Catholic Church laments •Stop the killings, or forget 2019, CAN tells Buhari; MURIC condemns killings •Buhari has mandated me to tackle religious persecution —Osinbajo Dangote exports 211kt cement to 3 African countries in Q1 19 APC chairmanship: Purported endorsement of Oshiomhole childish, says Oyegun 12 Banks refund N654.49m excess charges to 19 Fed Account S’Court to decide APGA chairmanship tussle July 15 13 INJURED DINO MELAYE Senator Dino Melaye being taken into Zankli Hospital, Mabushi, Abuja, after he was injured ,yesterday. Photo: NAN. SEE STORY AND MORE PICTURES ON PAGES 6&8. FOR CONSTRUCTION OF GLO 2 From left: Executive Account Manager, Huawei Technologies, Peng Shengwen; Globacom’s Executive Director, Legal, Mrs Gladys Talabi; Mr. Folu Aderibigbe of Globacom; Deputy Managing Director, Huawei Technologies, Mr Li Shaowei, and Globacom’s Regional Director, Technical, Mr Sanjib Roy, at a contract-signing ceremony between the two firms on construction of Glo 2, a multi-billion naira optic fibre submarine cable, yesterday at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos. Story on Page 10. COLUMNISTS DEAR BUNMI 30 SEE PRINCEWILL 17 OHUABUNWA 31 FASAN 31 INSIDE By Sam Eyoboka, Wahab Abdullah, Johnbosco Agbakwuru & Peter Duru MAKURDI — Suspected herdsmen in the early hours of yesterday, stormed St. Ignatius Catholic Church, Ukpor-Mbalom Parish, Gwer East Local Government Area of Benue State, killing two Catholic priests and 17 parishioners. The latest attack came barely four days after the murder of 10 persons by herdsmen in neighbouring Guma Local Government Area and the destruction of 300 houses by men suspected to be military personnel in Naka, Gwer West Local Government Continues on Page 5 Naira up to N360/$ as CBN injects 0m 43 Mr & Mrs

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