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  • Abuja, Lagos record highest crime rate in 2016 –NBS

    The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and Lagos State reported a total of 58,566 crime cases in 2016. The NBS stated this in a crime statistics reported by Type and State in 2016 and posted on the bureau’s website yesterday in Abuja. According to the bureau, the FCT and…

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  • More facts on why Obama moved against Jonathan

    By Iheanacho Nwosu,Abuja More revelations on the role played by the former President of  United States of America (USA), Barack Obama, in the 2015 presidential election has emerged. A new book on the election, which stringed together details of high wired moves and strategic meetings that took place behind the scene at the instance of…

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  • The Sun invasion: Call EFCC to order, NPAN tells FG

    The Newspaper Proprietors’ Association of Nigeria (NPAN) has expressed grave concern over  Monday’s invasion of the corporate Head Office of The Sun Publishing Limited in Apapa, Lagos, by the operatives of the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) with a call on the “Federal Government and all people of reason and goodwill to call the…

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  • Budget: NASS has no right to inject new projects –Osinbajo

    From Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja Acting President Yemi Osinbajo yesterday said the National Assembly lacks power to inject new projects or modify the 2017 budget. Osinbajo, who signed the 2017 budget into law on Monday, said the National Assembly only has the right to allocate funds for projects in the budgetary proposals submitted by the Executive…

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  • Presidents should not appoint INEC Chairmen –Jega

    Former chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Attahiru Jega, on Monday said the national electoral body would be better off if the Federal Government, through the office of the president, does not directly appoint its chairman. Jega said this could be achieved if a legislation is made to that effect. The former INEC…

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  • Obiano’s humane approach to leadership

    ‎By Emeka Ozumba Governor Willie Obiano’s belief in practical humanism and the dignity of man is evident in his usual refrain: An’alu olu an’ alu mmadu; implying that human comfort counts as much as work itself. His philosophical and ethical stance combines with demonstrable political will in his exercise of executive powers. This has undoubtedly…

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