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  • Ugwuanyi @ 53 and Enugu’s joyful songs

    In Enugu State today, it has become commonplace to continually come face to face with various indices of the state government’s unique profile of outstanding performance as never experienced in a scale like this in the past decades, the present crippling economic recession notwithstanding. What remains a puzzle for the elated populace, though on a…

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  • Why we shut 373 illegal pharmacies, patent stores in Ogun –PCN

    From Laide Raheem, Abeokuta Director, Inspection and Monitoring of Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN), Mrs. Anthonia Aruya said, yesterday, 373 illegal pharmacies and medicine stores in Ogun State were shut, to safeguard public health and improve on the level of pharmaceutical service delivery to the people.     The illegal pharmacies and medicine stores were,…

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  • FG directs Queen’s College to reopen

    • Old students want resumption postponed By Gabriel Dike The Federal Government has ignored advice of Lagos State Ministry of Health on Queen’s College, to delay resumption of academic activities due to an outbreak of diarrhoea which killed two students. Government decision was informed by the need to allow senior and junior students (SS111 and…

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  • Missing N11bn petrol: Reconcile accounts, Capital Oil tells NNPC

    By Adewale Sanyaolu Capital Oil and Gas Industries Limited has called on the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) to put machinery in place towards reconciliation of both parties’ account over an alleged missing  82 million litres of petrol, worth N11 billion. The call may not be unconnected with claims from the state oil corporation, at…

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  • Real plot to destroy PDP –Dickson

    •Suspend reconciliation till after S’Court ruling –Bode George •You can’t speak for PDP, Sheriff tells Adeyeye From Femi Folaranmi, Yenagoa, Ndubuisi Orji, Abuja and Bamigbola Gbolagunte, Akure The Bayelsa State Governor and Chairman of the  Reconciliation Committee of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP), Seriake Dickson has vowed he would not allow some elements led by…

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  • Ghana donates relief materials to IDPs

    From Magnus Eze, Abuja The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has charged other African missions in Nigeria, to emulate Ghana by supporting the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the country. Deputy Representative of UNHCR in Nigeria, Brigitte Eno gave the charge while speaking at the donation of relief materials to IDPs at the…

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  • FG vows to protect, reward whistle-blowers

    From Magnus Eze, Abuja The Federal Government, yesterday, vowed to protect and reward whistle-blowers who provide information that leads to the recovery of stolen funds or assets. Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, who gave the reassurance, said government will not only protect the identity of all whistle-blowers, be they in the public…

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  • Proposed Okada ban: 30 million jobs threatened – Operators 

    From Fred Ezeh, Abuja  There are palpable fear and anxiety among commercial motorcycle operators, otherwise known as Okada, under the umbrella of Amalgamated Commercial Motorcycle Owners and Riders Association of Nigeria (ACCOMORAN), over the proposed plan by the Federal Road Safety Corp (FRSC) to ban their operations nationwide.  The riders alleged that despite the frustrations…

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  • Whistle-blowing: SSANU demands arrest of corrupt VCs

     From Magnus Eze, Abuja The Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) has called on the Federal Government to arrest and prosecute corrupt Vice Chancellors of universities, the same way suspected corrupt judges were arrested, to save the university education. SSANU alleged that it would amount to double standard on the part of government, if…

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  • Again, suicide bombers strike in Borno, kill 4

    By Adetutu Folasade-Koyi Four people were killed while eight sustained injuries when suspected Boko Haram suicide bombers detonated explosives in Umarari village, Borno State, on Saturday night. Borno Police Command said the attack was carried out by three suicide bombers, a man and two women. Police spokesperson, Victor Isuku,  who confirmed the incident, said the bombers attempted to…

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