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    Digital migration soon to chart Nigeria’s technology future

    BY BISI OLALEYE The migration to digital broadcasting is set for 2015 and players in the sector are getting warmed up to actualise this transition. However, the worry in the sector has been whether Nigeria can actually transit without any hitch. And whether the cost of acquiring digital set top boxes will not stifle citizenry,…

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    Our oil albatross – Oby Ezekwesili

    I have some special sisters, who have made a huge impact in their fields of endeavour. As some people know, Professor Dora Akunyili, a woman of deep empathy and an indefatigable Amazon all rolled into one, is one of them.

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    Lagos slams N368m fine on NSE for tax default

    The Lagos State Internal Revenue Service, LIRS, slammed N367.913 million fine on Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for default in payment of taxes between 2004 and 2009. However, the tax default penalty, Daily Sun gathered, was in obvious sympathy for dire financial straits

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    Who is afraid of Imo council poll?

    As preparations gear up towards the conduct of council polls in Imo State, there is disquiet in certain quarters. Ordinarily, people should be happy that election in the local councils is around the corner but political

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    Amosun reshuffles cabinet

    There was tension and apprehension among political office holders in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital yesterday as the state Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun announced what he described as a minor cabinet reshuffle in his administration swapping four commissioners in various offices

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    I doubt Boko Haram’s ceasefire –Oritsejafor

    The president of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, has doubted the real identity and sincerity of the dreaded Islamic sect, Boko Haram who recently issued a ceasefire offer to the Federal Government, emphasising that there were more questions

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    In Abia, policemen turn tax collectors

    Some policemen in Abia State have jettisoned their constitutional duties. Instead of fighting crime and enforcing the law, they now go about with tax and revenue collectors in the state. And their bosses aren’t happy with such unedifying preoccupation.

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