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  • Why Nigeria oil reserves remain at 37bn bbls-NAPE

    From Adewale Sanyaolu, Houston Texas The Nigerian Association of Petroleum Explorationists (NAPE) has disclosed that the over ten years shortfall in Joint Venture (JV) funding remained responsible for the stagnation of oil reserves at its current level of 37 billion barrels. President of NAPE, Mr. Abiodun Adesanya, stated this on the sidelines of the 10th…

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  • Nigeria lost $850m to gas flare in 2015

    From Adewale Sanyaolu, Houston Texas Nigeria, the 9th largest gas producing nation in the world lost $850 million to gas flare in 2015, the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has said Deputy Director and Head upstream, DPR, Mrs. Pat Maseli gave the shocking revelation at the 10th Annual Sub-Saharan Africa Oil and Gas Conference in…

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  • MMM/Isio Kids Project empowers pupils

    Last weekend, in Portharcourt, the Rivers State capital, a charity platform, MMM, in conjunction with an NGO, Isio Kids Project empowered kids by donating stationary  and awarding scholarships. Held at the ECCI Centre in the Nigerian Air Force base, the event, which kicked off by3pm had in attendance: the beneficiaries and their families as well as…

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  • Swansea force Manchester United to 1-1 draw at Old Trafford

    Visiting Swansea on Sunday held Manchester United to a 1-1 draw at the end of a pulsating English Premier League (EPL) encounter at Old Trafford. A sublime free-kick by Icelandic international Gylfi Sigurdsson gained Premier League strugglers Swansea a well deserved point with Manchester United. The result dealt a blow to United’s UEFA Champions League…

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  • Borno: Refugee camps to remain open, says NEMA

    The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) said that the planned closure of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camps in Borno by May 29 was no longer feasible. Mr Muhammad Kanar, the NEMA North East Coordinator stated on this Sunday while speaking with newsmen in Maiduguri. Kanar said that IDPs whose communities had been liberated were, however,…

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  • Army appoints new commander for 21 Brigade, Borno

    Brigadier General Garba Audu has assumed office as the Commander of the 21 Brigade of the Nigerian Army in Bama, Borno. Audu took over from Col. Adamu Laka, who is proceeding on strategic course at the National Defence University, Pakistan. Lt.-Col. Samuel Kinsley the Deputy Director, Army Public Relations Department said this in a statement…

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  • Yobe state to domesticate Administration of Justice Act

    Yobe government has commenced the domestication of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act (AJCA) as part of measures to recover the setbacks suffered by the justice sector from the islamist insurgency in the region. The AJCA provides for the administration of criminal justice system which promotes efficient management of criminal justice institutions and speedy dispensation…

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  • Cult war: Police arrest 7 suspects, as cultists kill 3 in Rivers

    From: TONY JOHN, Port Harcourt The  Rivers State Police Command said it has arrested over seven persons in connection to a cult clash that claimed about three lives in Omudioga Community in Emohua Local Government Area of the State. State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO),  Omoni Nnamdi,  a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) confirmed the…

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  • Onihunbo Obaship tussle: Court to rule May 11

    From: Laide Raheem, Abeokuta An Ogun State High Court, Ipokia Judicial Division, has adjourned the ruling on the notice of preliminary objection filed by the state’s Ministry of Justice on the obaship tussle of the Onihunbo of Ihunbo in Ipokia Local Government Area of the state, till May 11, 2017. The presiding judge, Justice S.M…

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