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22 Sep 2015
New incidences of bird flu have been recorded in Lagos State, with an estimated 60,000 birds already affected, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports. Mr Olugbenga Ogunsetan, the Executive Secretary of the Poultry Association of Nigeria (PAN) Lagos State chapter, confirmed this to NAN on Tuesday in Lagos. He said that several poultry farms…
22 Sep 2015
THE city of Calabar is often known with the phrase “clean and green”. But towards the end of the last administration, it became a common site seeing heaps of refuse everywhere.
22 Sep 2015
TO meet its original objective of bringing succour to the poor, destitute and hungry, the Salvation Army has appealed to the general public to make donations at its various ministries nationwide, towards its Annual Fund Raising Appeal, tagged the National Appeal Week, which is set to hold in the first week of October.
22 Sep 2015
THE Abia State Police Command at the weekend confirmed receiving a report on the murder of one Mr Ikechukwu Vincent Uwagbaokwu, a Marketing student of Imo Polytechnic on the night of September 11, 2015 in his family house at Ohobo Afara in Umuahia North Local Council of Abia State.
22 Sep 2015
LAGOS State governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, yesterday submitted his list of would-be cabinet members for screening and approval of the State House of Assembly.
21 Sep 2015
NOMINEES for appointments as Commissioners, Special Advisers and others in Cross River State are to write aptitude test and undergo mandatory integrity tests.
21 Sep 2015
Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode on Monday presented the list of would-be cabinet members to the House of Assembly for screening. The Clerk of the House, Mr. Ganiyu Abiru read the names on the floor to members. The Governor is requesting for the screening and approval of 36 persons with 23 as Commissioners and…
21 Sep 2015
• Nemesis catches up with kidnap suspects as vigilance group arrest them, kill one • Abductors of former DSS Director’s brother reduce ransom to N150 million A KIDNAP suspect met his waterloo last Thursday when he attempted to escape after a Vigilance group rounded up his gang with an exhibit of stolen motorcycle ‎and their…
21 Sep 2015
THE Boko Haram chapter in Nigeria has many faces, many stories of hardships, and many tales of split families, hoping for a reunion someday. A new terminology in many Nigerians’ lexicon is the phrase Internally Displaced Persons (IDP), because they are displaced within the borders of Nigeria, instead of the term refugees. Zuriel Oduwole, however,…
21 Sep 2015
THE traditional ruler (Amadiwei) of Odimodi Community in Burutu Local Council of Delta State, His Royal Highness Yangaboy Angalabiri, at the weekend gave details of how his community was invaded and held hostage for over 24 hours by a well-armed militant group, known as Red Beret, until the military authorities sent troops from Warri to…
18 Sep 2015
TWO months after the family of Benson Obode, a car dealer, raised the alarm concerning his whereabouts after being arrested by the police in May over allegations that he was a car thief and later discovered that he died under questionable circumstances when he was supposed to be in police custody, his family on Wednesday…
18 Sep 2015
FIRST City Monument Bank (FCMB) has congratulated the Alaiyeluwa, Oba Sikiru Kayode Adetona, the Awujale and paramount ruler of the Ijebuland, chiefs of Awujale and all indigenes, friends and well-wishers of Ijebuland on this year’s Ojude Oba Festival. At the press conference to announce the kick-off of the traditional festival that pulls thousands of indigenes,…

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