#SaveMayowa: Mayowa Allegedly Still In Lagos

Just as the dust of the #SaveMayowa scandal is beginning to settle down, a new situation might just be rearing its head.

According to On Air Personality Freeze, Mayowa, the woman diagnosed with cancer is still in Lagos.

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#Rio2016Olympics: Michael Phelps wins 19th Olympic Gold medal as US stays top of medal table

Record Olympian, Michael Phelps achieved yet another feat has he increased his Olympic gold medals from 18 to 19.

Phelps who is the most decorated Olympian with 23 medals won his 19th gold medal with the US in the Men’s 4x100m Freestyle Relay.

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#Pogback: 10 major quotes from Paul Pogba’s first interview as Man. United player (WATCH)

After a protracted summer of speculations, Paul Pogba or Pogboom as he is fondly referred to in Italy is back in the black and red colours of Manchester United after swapping it for the white and black stripes of Juventus in 2012.

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#FreeAbusidiqu: Fundraiser to Sue for Justice for AbuSidiqu, Freedom for Nigerians

A Nigerian journalist and popular media publisher, Abubakar Sidiqu, publisher of AbuSidiqu.com was picked up by members of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on Monday.

He was picked up for a media story detailing alleged corruption and politics involving the chairman of the EFCC. AbuSidiqu is being charged with a frivolous charge of “Cyber stalking.”

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2 years of anti-IS airstrikes have redrawn the Iraqi map

Two years ago, the U.S.-led coalition dropped the first airstrikes on the Islamic State group, ushering in a deeper phase of intervention that dramatically changed the fight against the militant group in Iraq. Since then more than 9,400 coalition airstrikes have allowed Iraqi forces to slowly claw back cities, towns, supply lines and infrastructure.

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