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  • N541.8 bn : We are yet to conclude with our lenders – Etisalat

    By Olabisi Olaleye  Against the backdrop of the N541.8 billion loan taken from the consortium of banks,‎Etisalat Nigeria said there is no formal conclusion yet but discussions are on going with lenders regarding existing obligations under the syndicated loan agreement signed in 2013. In a statement signed by‎ the company’s Head, Environment Compliance Public Relations,Oluseyi Osunsedo ‎,We…

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  • Ogun to shut down unapproved private schools

    The Ogun Government has commenced clamp down on illegal private nursery, primary and secondary schools operating in the state. The Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Mrs Modupe Mujota, made the announcement on Monday during a monitoring exercise tagged “Operation praise or shame.” Speaking during the exercise conducted in Ogun Central District, the commissioner directed…

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  • U.K: Police identify London Bridge terrorists

    The Met’s Counter Terrorism Command has released the names and photographs of two men shot dead by police following the terrorist attack on London Bridge and Borough Market on Saturday, 3 June. While formal identification has yet to take place, detectives believe they now know the attackers’ identities. They believe two of the men are…

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  • Senate Leader Attack: ThisDay, Punch’s absence stalls probe

    The investigative hearing on media reports of alleged youths’ attack on Senate Leader, Ahmed Lawan, in his constituency, was on Monday stalled by absence of ThisDay and Punch Newspapers representatives. The two newspapers were expected to appear at the probe being conducted on the incident by the Senate Joint Committee on Ethics and Privileges and…

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  • UN saddened by Osotimehin’s death

    The United Nations on Monday expressed sadness over the death of Prof. Babatunde Osotimehin, the Executive Director of the UN Population Fund (UNFPA). The UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, in a statement, described Osotimehin as a colleague and a friend. Guterres expressed condolences to the family of the deceased, the staff of UNFPA and the Nigerian…

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  • South Africa police investigates leaked emails implicating Zuma

    South Africa’s elite police unit, the Hawks, has opened an inquiry into thousands of leaked emails involving alleged improper dealings in awarding government contracts, the unit’s spokesman said on Monday. “An inquiry has been opened … obviously, we will look at the authenticity of these emails, how were they leaked, but this is something that…

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  • FG deploys ambassadors in 44 countries

    The Federal Government has deployed 44 career ambassadors-designate in their respective countries of accreditation. The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Amb. Olusola Enikaolaye, however, added that the envoys were yet to resume in their countries of assignment because of the delay in the agreemo-a memorandum from one country to another agreeing to the appointment…

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  • Group backs FG’s whistle-blowing policy

    From: OKEY SAMPSON, Aba A non-governmental organisation (NGO), Crisis Control Foundation (CCF), has given thumbs up to the Federal Government over its whistle-blower policy in the war against corruption and has therefore promised assistance in this regard. The group is a human rights, anti-corruption outfit and believed to be affiliated to ICPC, EFCC and other…

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  • British troops arrive Nigeria to train NAF personnel

    From: Sola Ojo, Kaduna In order to further cement the age-long relationship with Nigeria, a team of British Military Advisory Training Team (BMATT) on Monday arrived and began training of 300 selected personnel of Nigerian Air Force (NAF) on base protection. The training, according to the Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, is…

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