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Daily Archives: December 21, 2012
Opposition parties in Imo State have flayed Governor Owelle Rochas Okorocha’s declaration of two weeks Christmas holiday for civil servants in the state, saying that the governor cannot simply shut down entire state in the name of Christmas celebration not minding the revenue loss to the state.
Nigerian e-Fraud Forum (NeFF) Chairman, Mr. Emmanuel Obaigbona, has disclosed that fraudulent transactions in the country through the Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) have been reduced by 99 per cent within the last one year, and warned of another increasing crime known as ‘card not present’
The uncertainty over the possibility of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) getting the fund to prosecute the Super Eagles’ participation in the South Africa 2013 Cup of Nations has been laid to rest due to federal government magnanimity in approving and releasing the fund to the federation this week.
Manchester City and Cote d’Ivoire player, Yaya Toure, has retained his crown as king of African football at this year’s Glo-CAF Awards at the Banquet Hall of the State House in Accra, Ghana. Toure beat his countryman, and former Chelsea of England player
Senate President, David Mark yesterday noted that the late governor of Kaduna State, Patrick Ibrahim Yakowa preached peace and unity, saying unless these virtues were sustained, he died in vain. Speaking shortly after Yakowa was committed to mother earth
Some hours before a naval helicopter crashed in Bayelsa State last weekend, President Goodluck Jonathan had been a guest at the Holy Ghost Congress of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, which held at the Redemption Camp, along the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway
The year began with penury inflicted on ordinary Nigerians by President Goodluck Jonathan through the astronomical rise in fuel prices which drastically reduced purchasing power and standard of living downwards. Instantly prospected as tough times ahead, the year became more debilitating amidst untimely deaths
United Kingdom-based Cameroonian artiste, Clarisse Ongbassomben, says she loves Nigerian musicians because they are successful and they have made the country proud.
There was a drama at Sonde Apon, a rural community in Ifo Local Government Area, Ogun State, last Saturday. This followed a protest by old women over the invasion of their community by hoodlums suspected to have been sent by land speculators from a nearby community.