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  • Apapa gridlock: Stay away from Lagos for now, govt. orders truck owners

    …Says order to subsist pending clearing of traffic spillover …Attributes bottleneck to breakdown of operations at ports …Deploys RRS, LASTMA, LASEMA to enforce directive at state borders Worried by the recent traffic bottleneck that has taken over Apapa and its environs, the Lagos State Government on Friday directed owners and operators of articulated vehicles/trailers and…

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  • Amosun security aide dies in auto crash

    …Four days after losing another From:  Laide Raheem, Abeokuta The convoy of Governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun State, was thrown into mourning, on Friday, following the death of one of the security details of the governor, Busoye Olayinka, who died in a motor accident, on Thursday night. The governor’s convoy had, on Monday, lost a…

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  • Lagos new legal year activities may be shifted

    Strong indications emerged at the weekend that the activities lined up for the New Legal Year programme of the Lagos State Judiciary may be postponed. The New Legal Year event had earlier been scheduled to hold on Monday, September 25, 2017 but it emerged on Friday that the programme will be shifted. According to credible…

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  • FG installs lab to track Nigeria’s crude oil

    From: Femi Folaranmi, Yenagoa The Federal Government has installed a laboratory to track oil theft in the country, saying that crude oil theft would soon be a thing of the past. The anti-theft laboratory was installed in Bayelsa State. Minister for Science and Technology, Dr. Ogbonnaya  Onu, disclosed this, on Friday,  during the commissioning of…

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  • Court finds 5 police officers guilty of murder of 2 friends

    … Awards N50m  compensation to victims’ families From: TONY JOHN, Port Harcourt A Rivers State High Court, sitting in Port Harcourt,  has found a five-man patrol team of the Special Anti- Robbery Squad (SARS) guilty of extra-judicially killing of two friends, Michael Akor and Michael Igwe, in Oyigbo Local Government Area of the State. The…

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  • IPOB asks court to quash proscription 

    From: Godwin Tsa, Abuja The Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) has asked the Acting Chief Judge of the Federal High Court, Justice Abdu Kafarati to set aside the orders he made proscribing it and designating it as a terrorist group. The Acting Chief Judge, had, on Wednesday, issued the proscription order after listening to an…

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  • Tiwa Savage’s `Sugarcane’ debuts

    Mavin Records First Lady Tiwa Savage on Friday released an Extended Play (EP) album entitled `Sugarcane’. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the record is a musical recording that contains more tracks than a single, but usually unqualified as an album or Long Play (LP). The EP is considered less expensive and time-consuming,…

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  • 100 migrants missing 2 days after boat sank off Libya

    The UN Migration Agency on Friday said 100 migrants were still missing, two days after their ship sunk off the Libyan coast. “Forty others who were aboard were rescued and seven others are known to have lost their lives,’’ the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) added in a tweet. The ship sank Wednesday off the…

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  • Confab counsels journalists on post-retirement investment initiatives

    Some delegates at the ongoing 13th All Nigeria Editors’ Conference in Port Harcourt on Friday urged journalists to put in place viable post-retirement investment initiatives. The participants spoke while discussing a paper, “The Editor as a Businessman,’’ presented by Mr Chooks Oko, Editor-in-Chief of Citizens Trumpet Newspaper. Mr Gbenga Aruleba, Head of Current Affairs at…

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