Daily Archives: December 4, 2012

Sports stadium-lagos
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Yaba Polytechnic football pitch yesterday turned to a battle ground as supporters of team Gombe descended on team Kwara football team beating its head coach, Moshood Adebayo, mercilessly.

National Rochas-Okorocha
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Imo State Governor Rochas Okorocha yesterday presented a budget proposal of N197,743,684,031 to the state House of Assembly for the 2013 fiscal year, just as he said the embargo placed on employment has been lifted. The governor also sought the permission of the House to probe ex-governor Ikedi Ohakim.

COVER EFCC-boys
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Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has kicked against granting of bail to an oil marketer, Mr. Oluwaseun Ogunbambo over alleged multiple crimes perpetrated by him. The anti-graft commission yesterday told a Lagos High Court, sitting in Ikeja that it was still planning

National jonathn
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The Federal Government yesterday disclosed that a total of N25bn was taken from the Ecological Funds to tackle the recent floods that ravaged the country. Secretary to the Government of the Federation ( SGF), Chief Anyim Pius Anyim stated this when he appeared before the Uche Ekwunife-headed House Committee on Environment

Business dana-fly
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Events playing out in respect to settlement of claims to victims of the ill-fated Dana Airline since June 3, 2012 indicate that more muscle flexing still needs to be exerted. Some families, who felt that the agreement reached as regards indemnification of the victims are not followed

Business Sanusi
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A 13.75 per cent increase in total deposit liabilities of insured banks has been attributed to improvement in service delivery, innovative and aggressive deposit mobilization, as well as increase in the number of Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) in strategic locations.

Politics ogbonnaya-onu
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Chief George Moghalu is the secretary, National Rebuilding Inter-party Contact Committee, set up by the All Nigerian Peoples’ Party, [ANPP] as part of the process towards ensuring that it regains its voice as a formidable opposition party in the country

National court-order
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An Itsekiri leader, Chief (Mrs.) Rita Lori Ogbebor has declared herself vindicated over her incessant cries concerning the alleged abduction and kidnap of judges in Delta State. She was suspecting that the case of kidnapping of Judges who were about to deliver vital judgments, was more than meet the eyes.

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