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    Jonathan condemns Kaduna bombing

    According to a statement by presidential spokesman, Dr. Reuben Abati, President Jonathan noted that the apparent objective of the criminal and unpatriotic elements and forces behind the attack is to set back the progress the Administration has made in the fight against terrorism in the country

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    Encounter with Maryam Abacha

    The invitation to interview one of Nigeria’s enigmatic personalities came in a text sent to my phone by a senior colleague. The message was short and precise: “Please be on standby to interview the former First Lady, Dr. Maryam Abacha today.”

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    Task before Power Distribution Companies

    In less than one month, the Federal Government, through the National Council on Privatisation (NCP) and the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE), has made giant steps in its power sector reform roadmap. All the efforts are geared towards improving unstable power supply in the country. In that regard, about three weeks ago, BPE in collaboration…

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    Enugu poisoned meat tragedy: Pregnant victim dies

    The casualty figure in the Enugu meat poisoning tragedy has increased with the death of a pregnant guest at the ill-fated funeral ceremony. The deceased is said to hail from Nze autonomous community in Udi Local Government Area, Enugu State even as a team of medical experts from the University of

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    Dickson and Ijaw Renaissance

    Shortly before the 2011 general elections, Governor Henry Seriake Dickson, then a House of Representatives member locked in a political struggle with his predecessor, Timipre Sylva over his bid to return to the Green Chamber took a decision that intrigued m

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    FIRS remits N23b tax revenue to FCTA

    Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) yesterday said it has collected and remitted N23.30 billion tax revenue due to the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) for nine months this year. According to Director, Communications and Liaison Department of the agency, Mr Emmanuel Obeta,

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