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  • HAPPENING NOW: Bomb blasts again rock Maiduguri

      From Timothy Olanrewaju, Maiduguri Bomb explosions have rocked Maiduguri, Borno State capital. The explosions  which occurred at about 8.20pm Sunday around the Muna Garage area at the outskirts of the city created panic in the area. Commissioner of Police, Borno Command, Damian Chukwu confirmed the incident. “There are some bomb blasts this night and…

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  • EXCLUSIVE: Liberian George Weah, Yormie Johnson sneak into Nigeria

    … Visit Prophet T.B Joshua in the Synagogue Former World footballer of the Year and presidential candidate of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), George Opong Weah and former Liberian warlord and Senator, Yormie Johnson on Wednesday arrived the country. Their destination was the Synagogue Church of All Nations, (SCOAN), Lagos. The duo were introduced…

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  • WAEC Registrar indicts schools for manufacturing students’ continuous assessment scores

    FG plans to declare emergency in education sector By Gabriel Dike Registrar of West African Examinations Council (WAEC), Dr. Iyi Uwadiae, has accused secondary schools nationwide of manufacturing Continuous Assessment Score (CASS) for their students. Uwadiae dropped the bomb shell at the two-day International Summit on Examination Malpractice with the theme: ‘’Examination Malpractice: The Contemporary…

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  • Kogi Govt. owes late Soje 8 months salary-HoS

    Kogi State Government on Sunday, admitted that it owed the late Mr Edward Soje eight months of unpaid salary before he committed suicide on Oct.16. The state Head of Service, Mrs Deborah Ogunmola, admitted in a statement in Lokoja. She said that Soje received his monthly salary up till December 2016 when it was suddenly…

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  • Judges, lawyers responsible for unending rancour in PDP – Odanye

    From: Laide Raheem, Abeokuta The chairman, Caretaker Committee of the the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ogun State, Tunde Odanye, has blamed some judges in Nigerian courts for being responsible for the chaos the party has been battling with, particularly in Ogun State. Apart from the judges, Odanye, equally said some lawyers who file unnecessary…

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  • Buhari returns to Nigeria after visit to Turkey

    Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari has returned to the country after attending the meeting of D-8 developing countries in Istanbul, Turkey. Buhari left the Istanbul international airport at 11.56 local time, that’s 9.56 Nigerian time en route Abuja. While in Turkey, the president held some high-level talks with Heads of States of some member countries of…

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  • Apapa gridlock: FRSC suggests holding bays as permanent solutions

    The Lagos State Sector Command, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says a permanent solution to the Apapa gridlock is the establishment of holding bays to accommodate trucks and articulated vehicles before loading. The Sector Commander, Mr Hyginus Omeje, who said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday in Lagos,…

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  • Misau faces Senate panel Tuesday

      From FRED ITUA, Abuja Embattled chairman, Senate Committee on Navy, Isah Hamman Misau, will on Tuesday, appear before the Senate adhoc committee to formally table his petition. The Bauchi born lawmaker, who is expected to appear before the committee at 2pm on Tuesday, is to address the committee and respond to questions from members…

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  • Rotten yam export: APC senator wants Ogbeh arrested

      From FRED ITUA, Abuja Chairman, Senate committee on Agriculture, Senator Abdullahi Adamu, has blamed the federal government, over the rising food crisis in the country. According to the former governor of Nasarawa State, the inability of the Federal Government to plan and make adequate provision for its citizens, are largely responsible for the crisis….

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  • Suicide not an option, NLC tells Kogi workers

    The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) on Sunday appealed to workers in Kogi State not to see suicide as a way out of the current hardship imposed on them as a result of non-payment of their salaries. The state Chairman of the NLC, Mr Onu Edoka, who made the appeal in Lokoja warned the workers against…

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