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  • Lai Mohammed inaugurates new Communication Faculty Complex in BUK

    The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed on Wednesday inaugurated the new Faculty of Communication complex in Bayero University, Kano (BUK). In his speech at the inauguration which took place at the permanent site of the institution, the minister commended BUK for blazing the trail in elevating Mass Communication to a full Faculty….

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  • US shores up Florida toxic waste sites before Hurricane Irma

    US officials are shoring up toxic waste sites in southern Florida as Hurricane Irma approaches the coast, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said in a statement on Wednesday. “Initial assessment has approximately 22 current or former National Priorities List (NPL) sites within Florida’s southernmost 100 miles,” the statement said. “Region 4 is taking necessary actions to shore up these sites appropriately, work with parties…

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  • Ansbury Investments petitions SEC to stop Oando AGM

    …wants management replaced Ansbury Investments Incorporation has petitioned Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to stop the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Oando Nigeria Plc billed for September 11 over alleged corporate governance breaches by its management. Ansbury, which is a majority shareholder in Ocean and Oil Development (BVI) holds 99 per cent of OODP Nigeria…

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  • SANUU, NASU go on indefinite strike

    There appears to be more trouble for Nigeria’s education sector as all the major non-teaching staff unions of Nigerian public universities have resolved to embark on an indefinite strike from September 11. (Source: ChannelsTV)

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  • FG considering dredging of River Benue – Osinbajo

    From: Rose Ejembi, Makurdi Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has disclosed that the Federal Government was seriously considering dredging the River Benue and constructing  drainages along the river banks to mitigate the effect of flooding in Benue State. Osinbajo stated this, on Wednesday, in Makurdi,  while in the state for an on-the-spot assessment of the recent…

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  • Three varsity unions declare strike

    (Magnus Eze – Abuja) There is more trouble for tertiary education in Nigeria as the Joint Action Committee (JAC) of National Association of Academic Technologists (NAAT), Non-Academic Staff of Universities (NASU) and Senior Staff Association of Universities (SSANU) have issued notice of resumption of its suspended nationwide strike. Addressing a press conference, in Abuja, on…

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  • Ekiti 2018: Fayose makes U-turn, picks deputy as successor

    From: WOLE BALOGUN, Ado-Ekiti Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State, on Wednesday, made a U-turn on his earlier decision to allow God choose his successor, ahead of the gubernatorial poll in the state next year. Instead, Governor Fayose has endorsed his deputy, Olusola Kolapo, as his successor on the banner of the Peoples Democratic Party…

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  • Averting Nigeria’s expulsion from Egmont Group

    (Harrison Arubu, NAN) Nigeria’s suspension from Egmont Group — a global financial intelligence sharing body — and the consequence of the suspension which may result in expulsion have been a source of concern for observers in recent times. Hint of possible eviction of the country is indicated in the warning from officials familiar with the…

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  • U.S political divisions widening, long-lasting – WSJ

    Divisions in America reach far beyond Washington into the nation’s culture, economy and social fabric, and the polarization began long before the rise of President Donald Trump, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News survey of social trends has found. The findings help explain why political divisions are now especially hard to bridge. People who identify…

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  • Emulates Osinbajo’s leadership style, northern CAN tells politicians

    From Gyang Bere, Jos Chairman of Northern chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Rev. Yakubu Pam, has admonished Christian political leaders in the country to emulate leadership style of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, who he said did not betray President Muhammadu Buahari during his medical vacation abroad. Rev. Pam, in a statement issued,…

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