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  • FAO promises national confab to mitigate grazing crisis

    …We will also address it at ECOWAS level – Onyeama From AIDOGHIE PAULINUS, Abuja The Food and Agricultural Organization, an arm of the United Nations has assured of its “support to improve the utilization of grazing reserve stock and stock root to mitigate conflict and promote commercialize livestock production. The assurance came Tuesday as the…

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  • FG to check expatriate engineering practice in Nigeria

    From Magnus Eze, Abuja The Federal Government said it would henceforth ensure strict regulation of the practice of engineering in Nigeria by expatriates. To achieve this, the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) will be partnering the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) in the enforcement. Executive Secretary of NCDMB, Simbi…

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  • Restructuring: Osinbajo makes u-turn, denies describing agitators as political jobbers

    From Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja Acting President Yemi Osinbajo, has denied describing those agitating for restructuring as political jobbers. Osinbajo had at the National Security summit organised last week by the Department of State Services, DSS said “Those that are calling for restructuring are looking for appointment. When they say they want restructuring what they mean…

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  • Wale Ojo for Dabyna’s Cafe

    Actor, Wale Ojo will be Special Guest of Honour when Son of Rock, Dabyna holds his next show at Freedom Park, Lagos, on Thursday, August 10.   Speaking, the singer who has clocked over 22 years in the industry said: “It promises to be an evening of fun and entertainment. I will be at Freedom…

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  • Rangers 2017 convention, special one- Ejindu

    From George Aluo, USA USA based patron of Rangers International of Enugu, Benson Ejindu has declared that this year’s annual convention of the club is a special one. Ex-Rangers based in the United States are billed to hold their annual reunion in Houston this weekend ( August 12). Ejindu told Daily Sunsports yesterday in Charlotte…

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  • Take the fight to terrorist hideouts – Buratai charges troops

    The Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai, has again charged troops to move deep into the bushes to engage and clear remnants of the Boko Haram terrorists from the North-East region. “You must take this fight to their hideouts. You must go further, that should be the next state.’’ Buratai gave the charge on…

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  • Zuma survives NO CONFIDENCE vote

    South Africa President Jacob Zuma cashed on the overwhelming majority of his African National Congress (ANC) to survive another major threat to his tumultuous tenure foot-printed by fraud and corruption allegations. Last year, South Africa Supreme Court ruled that Zuma was culpable in corruption allegation including he using public fund to built expansive private home….

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  • BREAKING: EFCC recovers N329m from 9 oil marketers

      By Desmond Mgboh The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has recovered N328,988,296.62 from nine major oil marketers between July 2016 sand 2017. At a press conference this afternoon in Kano, the Commission stated that another N349,818,411,556.36 irregular transactions embarked upon by these major oil companies with the connivance of the Nigeria National Petroleum…

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  • Ozubulu: Ohanaeze seeks probe of church massacre 

    Describes killing  as  despicable and horrendous   Iheanacho Nwosu,Abuja  More condemnation Tuesday trailed Sunday massacre of innocent worshippers  at Ozubulu, Anambra State as Ohanaeze Ndigbo described the attack as mindless, horrendous and evil. President General of the body, Chief Nnia Nwodo    in a statement said the apex Igbo organization was shocked that such evil…

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