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    Nigerians to pay over N290bn in taxes for travels to UK

    Nigerians travelling to the United Kingdom (UK), are to pay a staggering £1.139 billion (about N290.445 billion) cumulatively in taxes under a fresh regime of tax initiative to be introduced by the UK Government from April 1, 2013. This was part of the findings released in the World Travel

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    Resolving 2013 budget row

    For some weeks now, the 2013 Appropriation Bill presented to the National Assembly by President Goodluck Jonathan has been a matter of intense disagreement between the Executive and the Legislature.

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    Ibinabo becomes first female AGN president

    Last Sunday marked the beginning of a new administration of the Actors Guild of Nigeria, (AGN) as Ibinabo Fiberesima was officially sworn in as the first female president of the troubled guild. Held at Rumors Club, GRA, Ikeja, many practitioners,

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    Rainstorm wreaks havoc in Osun

    A downpour, which lasted about 30 minutes on Monday night, has wreaked serious havoc in Osogbo, the Osun State capital, destroying property worth millions of naira. Mostly affected by the rainstorm were houses located at Atelewo area of the town where many residents of the area were

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    Mechanic, 33, missing from home in Abeokuta

    The family of a 33-year-old mechanic, in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital, is not celebrating even though his wife has just been delivered of all female triplets. Mr. Yemi Oyeniyi had left home without trace early this year shortly after the scan revealed that his wife was carrying a set of

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    The Boko Haram negotiation terms

    Wale Sokunbi CURRENTS 08056180228 [email protected] It is no longer news that the Boko Haram sect has proposed terms under which it would be ready to dialogue with the Federal Government on a ceasefire in its ongoing war against Christians and the Nigerian government. A man who identified himself as Abu Mohammed Ibn Abdulaziz, second-in-command to…

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    Boko Haram and a dubious peace offer

    Up until last Thursday’s dodgy offer of dialogue by someone who claimed to be a spokesperson for Boko Haram, I have always held the strong view that the Federal Government should not engage Boko Haram leaders or representatives in any kind of dialogue. For clarify, my position has not shifted. Why? Well, you do not…

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