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  • 2019: Buhari must speak to Nigerians now – Sani

    Romanus Ugwu, Abuja Senator Shehu Sani is a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC). He represents Kaduna central in the senate.  He has obviously become a household name in the Nigeria political space, just as he appears to have won the admiration of the Nigerian masses as a persistent voice crying in the wilderness….

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  • Dangote refinery will end fuel scarcity, say graduate engineers

    Returnee India-trained graduate engineers of the Dangote Refinery have assured Nigerians that fuel crisis will become a thing of the past when the refinery commences operation. The graduates promised to deploy the knowledge and skills acquired during the training to ensure Nigeria is saved the embarrassment of incessant fuel scarcity when the refinery comes on…

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  • Nipco Honours 29 Staff With Long Service Award

    Twenty-nine members of staff of NIPCO Plc were honoured recently for meritorious service to the company for over a decade. The management of NIPCO Plc at the event, the third in the annals of the organisation, explained why the company has remained an employer of choice in the downstream sector of the oil and gas…

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  • ‘Why FG must include cancer treatment in NHIS’

    Bimbola Oyesola, 08033246177 Federal government would have to include the treatment of cancer in the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), as the wages of workers cannot cater for the treatment of the disease. The general secretary of the National Union of Garment and Textile Union Workers of Nigeria (NUTGTWN), and vice president, Industrial Global Union,…

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  • Nigeria’s Tobechukwu Opara wins USDA diversity programme

    Nigerian Tobechukwu Opara is among 30 university students that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has picked to attend its 2018 Agricultural Outlook Forum through the USDA Student Diversity Program. Senior Tobechukwu “Toby” Opara, along with sophomore Alexis Doon are two UMES undergraduates who will join 28 other undergraduates and graduate students for a week in…

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  • Passenger caught stealing onboard Air Peace Abuja-Lagos flight

    Louis Ibah, Lagos The Police Command of the Murtala Muhammed Airport Ikeja, Lagos, has confirmed the arrest of a passenger who was caught stealing onboard an Air Peace Abuja-Lagos bound flight. The suspected thief, whose name was given as Kunle Oni, was caught by another passenger while in the act.   Several bundles of naira…

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  • Death toll from Borno blasts hits 21

    Timothy Olanrewaju, Maiduguri Death toll from multiple bomb explosions at a fish market near Maiduguri weekend has risen to 21. Three suicide bombers sneaked into a fish market, Tarshan Kiffi at Sabon Gari, Konduga Local Government near Maiduguri on Friday night. At least 18 people were reportedly while 22 others were injured. However, three out of the…

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  • 10,000 benefits from free eye treatment in Zamfara

    Mohammed Munirat Nasir, Gusau. The Zamfara State Government, in collaboration with the state’s Ministry for Local Government and Chieftancy Affairs is sponsoring free medical treatment for 10,000 indigent citizens of the state in its qualitative medical services. Speaking in Gusau, on Sunday, at the State Eye Care Center, King Fahd Ibn AbdulAzeez Women and Children…

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  • 10 Kogi PDP lawmakers, others defect to APC

    Emmanuel Adeyemi, Lokoja Ten members of Kogi State House of Assembly, who were elected under the platform of People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and hundreds others, on Saturday, defected the ruling All progressives Congress (APC) in the state. At a colourful ceremony held at the 25,000 seating capacity of the Confluence stadium, Lokoja, thousands of APC…

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  • Osun mourns playwright Akinwumi Ishola

    Clement Adeyi, Osogbo Osun State Government has lamented the demise of a prominent Yoruba scholar, playwright and actor Professor Akinwumi Ishola, who died in Ibadan at the weekend. Commissioner for Information Mr. Adelani Baderinwa, in a statement yesterday, described the death of the National Merit Award winner and fellow of the Nigerian Academy of Letters as a setback to…

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