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  • Soludo, Ezekwesili want Nigerians to demand accountability from leaders

    A former Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Prof. Chukwuma Soludo, has urged Nigerians to demand good governance and accountability from political leaders. Soludo made the call at “The Big Ideas Podium’’ with the theme “Nigeria: The Economics of Failure’’ of the African Heritage Institution (Afri-Heritage) in Enugu on Tuesday. He said that the…

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  • FG gets over 5,000 whistleblower tips

      From Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja The federal government has received through its reporting channels over 5,000 tips out of which only 365 are actionable since the whistleblower policy was launched in December 2016. This is even as it said that in the first batch of payment, the sum of N375.8 million has been paid to…

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  • China drone maker steps up security after U.S. Army ban

    Chinese drone maker SZ DJI Technology Co Ltd is tightening data security on its drones after the U.S. Army ordered its members to stop using DJI drones because of “cyber vulnerabilities,” a company official said. “The privately held Shenzhen-based company is speeding deployment of a system that allows users to disconnect from the internet during…

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  • Japan hails Nigeria sincerity in cooperation with lean resources

      From AIDOGHIE PAULINUS and PETER EMERAGHI, Abuja The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Nigeria Office Chief Representative, Nakamura Hirotaka, has said that Nigeria is presently struggling to meet its aspects of the cooperation with Japan. Hirotaka made the disclosure during the send-forth for participants for the African Business Education (ABE) Initiative for Youth programme…

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  • NDLEA apprehends cross-border drugs smuggler

    The National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in Yola, capital of Adamawa State, has paraded a Chadian, Adamu Muhammed, who was arrested with banned drugs weighing 186 kgs. Muhammed was caught at Jimeta-Yola Modern Market while negotiating for a vehicle to convey the illicit substances to Cameroon for onward movement to Chad Republic. Adamawa State…

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  • N.Korea missile crisis: Kim to postpone threatened launch

    North Korea pulled back its threat to attack a U.S. territory, after days of trading increasingly bellicose rhetoric with U.S. President Donald Trump, and hours after China took its toughest steps against Pyongyang to support U.N. sanctions. North Korean state media said Tuesday that Kim Jong Un had made his decision not to fire on…

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  • APBN boss lauds FG over approval, certification of regulatory bodies

    President of Association of Professional Bodies of Nigeria (APBN), Dr. Omede Idris, has commended the Federal Government, following the Federal Executive Council’s recent approval for certification of all professional bodies, from within and outside the country, by relevant professional regulatory body, before they are allowed to practice, in Nigeria. This has been long time call…

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  • Charly Boy attacked at Wuse market

    An alleged group of Traders on Tuesday attacked a group of Protesters led by Charles Oputa, popularly known as Charly Boy, at the popular Wuse Market in Abuja. Charley Boy has been leading a protest demanding the resignation or return of President Muhammadu Buhari who is receiving medical treatment in UK. Some of the traders…

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  • Quit notice: ‘Genuine Northerners won’t ask Igbo to go’

    From: Noah Ebije, Kaduna Chairman, Board of Trustees (BoT) of the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP), Sen. Walid Jibrin, has said that a true and nationalistic Northerners will not ask Igbo to quit the North. Some northern youths under the auspices, had few months ago, given the Igbo living in the North to leave the region…

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  • Group warns Nnamdi Kanu against inflammatory remarks against Northerners

    FROM: PAUL ORUDE, BAUCHI Some youths under the aegis of the North East Unity Forum (NEUF) have warned the leader of Indigenous People of Biarfra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu against inflammatory statements against northerners and their leaders. Chairman of the Forum, Comrade Alkassim Nuhu Abdulkadir, disclosed this while addressing a press conference at late Sir Abubakar…

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