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  • PDP calls for release of Lamido, Suswam, others in custody

    The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) National Caretaker Committee has called for unconditional release of the former Governor of Jigawa State, Alhaji Sule Lamido and other political detainees in custody. The PDP made the call in a statement issued by Mr Dayo Adeyeye, the National Publicity Secretary of the Committee on Monday in Abuja. The party…

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  • Workers disrupt May Day in Abuja, boo Ngige, Oshiomhole

    (By Magnue Eze – ABUJA) Government officials, yesterday, got more than they bargained at the May Day rally in Abuja, as workers disrupted the programme at the Eagle Square. President Muhammadu Buhari’s representative at the event, Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige was booed and not allowed to deliver the president’s speech. Attempt by…

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  • May Day: Okowa decries impact of recession on workers.

    (By Paul Osuyi – ASABA) Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State has once again lamented the impact of the present economic recession on Nigerian workers, saying that more Nigerians are now finding difficult to stay afloat economically. Speaking at the rally to mark this year’s Workers’ Day in Asaba, the governor more people are now…

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  • 60 policemen benefit from U.S. anti-bomb training

    The U.S. on Monday  began an anti-bomb training for 60 Nigerian police officers to equip them to clear explosives from reclaimed communities in the North-East and ensure safe return of citizens. The Inspector-General of Police (I-G), Mr Idris Ibrahim, said at the commencement of the four-week training in Lagos that the communities are in Borno,…

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  • Saraki to FG: Set up review panel on workers’ demands

    Senate President Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has advised the Federal Government to immediately constitute a panel consisting of stakeholders to work on demands of Nigerian workers for increased wages and arrears of pension, promotion and allowances. Saraki while speaking with newsmen at the Eagles Square, Abuja, venue of the 2017 May Day celebration, said if the…

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  • Olajumoke jets out of Nigeria for first time

    Breadseller-turned model, Olajumoke Orisaguna, has flown out of Nigeria for the first time since her landmark breakthrough into fame. Orisaguna is currently in South Africa, as being reported online. It is the first time the model would travel out of the country. Olajumoke became popular last year after she photobombed the photo shoot of rapper…

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  • Ecobank shuts 74 branches

    Ecobank Nigeria, a subsidiary of the Ecobank group, says it has merged 74 of its branches. The bank says it would deploy staff from the merged branches to other projects. A statement by the bank reaffirmed its committment to digital transformation, which would enable customers carry out banking activities online, thereby reducing the need to…

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  • May Day: Katsina workers hail Masari over payment of salaries

    From: Agaju Madugba, Katsina The Katsina State chapter of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has showered praises on Governor Aminu Bello Masari over what it described as prompt payment of salaries of civil servants in the state. Speaking on Monday, at a rally to mark the 2017 May Day celebrations, NLC Chairman in the state,…

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  • I’ve had only one wristwatch in 17 years – ex-Gov. Peter Obi

    A former governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi, has said that he has only one wristwatch, which he has worn for 17 years, alongside two pairs of black shoes, which he traveled in with most times. Speaking at The Platform, the flagship  programme of Covenant Christian Centre in Lagos, Obi said when the Economic and…

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