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Saraki, Kwara gov quit APC, Tambuwal to follow

Saraki, Kwara gov quit APC, Tambuwal to follow— 1st August 2018• Senate President Saraki dumps APC, says cabal now in charge of govt\ • Atiku, Secondus, senators hail move Fred Itua, Romanus Ugwu and Ndubuisi Orji, Abuja and Tunde Omolehin, Sokoto President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, yesterday, announced his defection from the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) to pitch his political tent with his former party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). Saraki first broke the news on his Twitter handle. “I wish to inform Nigerians that, after extensive consultations, I have decided to take my leave from the All Progressives Congress (APC),” he wrote. In a more elaborate statement he personally signed, Saraki said his alienation from the affairs of the party and the humiliation he has endured in the last three years, informed his decision to quit the ruling party. He added that his people have also been subjected to persecution since the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari came…
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High blood pressure symptoms include headaches, chest pain and difficult breathing. Making this takeaway diet swap could make your Indian or Chinese meal more healthy, and lower your risk of hypertension. High blood pressure affects about one in every four UK adults, according to the NHS. The condition, which is also known as hypertension, increases your risk of some life-threatening complications, including heart attacks and strokes. The only way to know if you have high blood pressure is to get it checked, as there are often no signs that you’re affected. But, if you have extremely high blood pressure, you could have a pounding in your chest, vision problems, and finding blood in your urine. If you’re planning a takeaway dinner any time soon, you should consider swapping your egg-fried rice for boiled rice, according to a diet expert. Plain or boiled rice is a better nutritional option than egg-fried rice when ordering an Indian or Chinese takeaway, said @FitnessOnToast’s diet and …

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- This is coming after Wizkid during his concert in December 2017, promised the young boy N10m and a record deal 
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A petition by user 'Mohamed Salah Abdel-Hakeem' on for UEFA and FIFA to ‘punish Sergio Ramos for intentionally hurting Mohamed Salah' has passed 200,000 signatures. The Real Madrid captain, Ramos, was the subject of much vitriol during Saturday’s May 26, Champions League final as a tangle between him and Salah led to the Liverpool ace being forced off with injury after just half an hour. 
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