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  • LATEST: Osinbajo leaves London after seeing Buhari

    After his very brief meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari late Tuesday, Acting President Yemi Osinbajo was reported by Reuters to have left London immediately. When the spokesman of the acting president, Laolu Akande disclosed the trip on his tweeter, he had indicated that the AP would leave immediately after the meeting. He is expected to…

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  • GENCOs pressure FG to raise electricity tariff

      From Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja The Generating Companies (GenCoS) and other players in the energy sector are urging the federal government to increase electricity tariffs in the country to enable them meet up their business costs. According to them, government must stop subsidizing electricity and let those who can pay for it do so. Fielding…

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  • BREAKING: Buhari summons Osinbajo to London

      From Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja President Muhammadu Buhari has summoned Acting President to Yemi Osinbajo to London for urgent meeting, the presidency has said. The Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to the acting president, Laolu Akande tweeted this on his twitter handle @akandeoj. He tweeted at 7:34pm “AgP Osinbajo meeting with President Buhari…

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  • Kachikwu courts Dangote build truck transit parks

    Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Ibe Kachikwu, made an appeal to business mogul, Aliko Dangote, for the building Truck Transit Parks (TTPs) across the country. He made the call on Tuesday in Abuja during National Summit on Establishment, Management and Operation of Truck Transit Parks in Nigeria. The two-day summit was organised by Federal…

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  • Lagos Floods: Be on your toes, Assembly to Commissioner

    The Lagos State of House of Assembly on Tuesday called on the Commissioner for the Environment, Dr Babatunde Adejare, to be on his toes to check recurrent flooding in parts of the state. The call followed a motion by the Chairman, House Committee on Waterfronts Infrastructure, Mr Gbolahan Yishawu and seconded by Mr Segun Olulade,…

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  • House urges Osinbajo to assign portfolios to 2 ministers-designate

    The House of Representatives on Tuesday called on Acting President Yemi Osinbajo to swear in the two ministerial nominees recently approved by the Senate. It said that the ministers-designate were from Kogi and Gombe state. The call was sequel to a motion brought under matters of urgent national importance by Rep. Karimi Sunday (Kogi-PDP) at…

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  • Thank God I’m alive – Accident victim

    A journalist with enradio, Mr Orunsolu Mutiin, on Tuesday luckily escaped unhurt when an articulated vehicle crushed his vehicle on the popular Ikorodu Road, Lagos. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Mutiin was alone in his company’s Nissan Primera car with registration number LND 352 DS when the accident occurred in the morning…

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  • ISIS: Internal coup follows report of commander’s death

    Iraqi sources reported eruption of conflicts and clashes among ISIL members and commanders after the terrorist group confirmed the death of its notorious leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. After an Iraqi source announced that the ISIL branch in the town of Tal Afar in Western Mosul has declared the death of al-Baghdadi and will decide about…

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  • JAMB commences sales of 2017 Direct Entry forms – Official

    The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) on Tuesday said it has commenced sales of the 2017 Direct Entry application form. This is contained in a statement signed by JAMB’s Head of Public Relations, Mr Fabian Benjamin, and issued to newsmen in Bwari in the FCT. The statement said that the form was designed for…

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  • Pope expands criteria for sainthood

    Pope Francis on Tuesday expanded the criteria for becoming a saint to include “the free offering of one’s life” in an apostolic letter published by the Vatican. An example of such self-sacrifice could be caring for patients with highly infectious diseases. Previously, people could be named saints in two ways: if they had been martyred…

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