Daily Archives: April 4, 2013

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“The human body is a fleeting thing, but a virtuous name will never be blotted out. Have regard for your name since it will outlive you longer than a thousand hoards of gold. The days of a good life are numbered but a good name lasts forever” (Ecclesiasticus or Sirach 41:11-13) When I first heard that a certain internationally

National accident ondo LG boss

No fewer than 18 passengers died yesterday in a road accident at about 1.00 am at Fire Academy, Sheda on the Abuja-Lokoja Road. The accident involved a Marcopolo luxury bus with registration number XG 413F GG and a J5 bus with registration number XA 726 NSR. According to eyewitnesses, the two buses, which had on board 96

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Peace was momentarily disturbed at Ijapo/Oke-Ijebu and Plaza areas of Akure on Tuesday evening, following the killing of a pregnant woman by a police man. Some policemen were said to have been at Ijapo/Okeijebu junction, directing vehicular traffic when his gun , AK-47 rifle, suddenly fell down and started discharging

Business PHCN

Beginning Friday, residents of Lagos, Ogun and Ondo states are to experience a 72-hour power cut, which would last till Sunday, April 7, as a result of additional gas supply to the Chevron Escravos Gas plants. The power supply cut was announced by Chairman of the Presidential Task Force on Power (PTFP),

Business tambuwal-use

Speaker of the House of Representatives, Aminu Tambuwal, has called on banks to drastically reduce their lending rates downwards in order to encourage more businesses to access loans and employ the teaming population of unemployed youths. He also encouraged bankers to imbibe the tenets of ethics and

Business Asiwaju Jegede John

To make the nation’s tax system free of quackery and raise tax revenue available to the states, only members of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN) should be saddled with the chairmanship of the Internal Revenue Boards of the 36 states, so says the President of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria(CITN), Asiwaju John Jegede.

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