Daily Archives: December 19, 2012

National court-new

An Edo State High Court has ordered the state Commissioner of Police to pay one Mr. Omoruyi Ogundezi and six others the sum of N140 million as general damages for the unlawful seizure of their vehicles since 2009. The court order followed an application in Suit No-B/141m/2012 brought before it by

Business vodacom

Vodacom Business Nigeria has unveiled its Enterprise Voice Solution for Nigerian businesses. This service supports cost effective routing with high call quality as well as improved levels of service on local and international calls for enterprises in Nigeria. By providing direct connectivity between the

National peter obl

Governor Peter Obi has presented an Appropriation Bill of N110.890 billion for 2013 fiscal year to the state House of Assembly. This represents an increase of 33.28 percent over the budget of the out-going year, which was N83.200 billion. The budget christened “Sixth Budget of Integrated Development,”

COVER frsc_logo2

No fewer than 27 people were killed in a motor accident that involved a trailer, conveying cattle and passengers in Sokoto State, officials of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) have confirmed yesterday. The accident, which occurred on Monday along Ruwa Wuri-Tangaza Road in Sokoto State also claimed

COVER pipelin explosion lag

Scores of oil thieves were yesterday feared to have been burnt to death, while scooping fuel at a site of vandalised pipeline in Ije-Ododo, near Ijegun in Iba Local Council Development Area of Lagos, when an NNPC oil pipeline exploded. A witness said the raging fire started when about 30 oil thieves loaded in

Sports keshi-coach

Super Eagles’ Head Coach, Stephen Keshi, has declared that the team has reached a crucial bend in the preparation for the Nations Cup Championship in South Africa next year and pleaded with Nigerians not to distract the team from getting focused on winning the cup. Keshi, speaking at the team’s Bolton

National court-of-appeal

The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), has vowed to administer disciplinary actions on any member who runs foul of the ethics of the profession. Accordingly. President of the association, Chief Okey Wali (SAN) yesterday inaugurated an eight-member prosecution team, led by Jibril Okutepa (SAN) to punish

Opinion Peter-Obi1

It is not in doubt that the clock is ticking away on the tenure of the incumbent governor of Anambra State of Nigeria and the end game is on. It is not a dream that Obi dreams to pick his successor, and not a figment of anyone’s imagination that the voters in Anambra State,

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