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6 May 2015
The President of the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU)," Student Union Government", Ile-Ife, Mr Omotoyo Akande, has called on the President-Elect, Gen. Mohamadu Buhari (Rtd) to reverse school fees in tertiary institutions and ensure proper funding of education. Akande made the call on Wednesday when he paid a visit to the Osogbo office of the News…
6 May 2015
After due briefing from the Budget Office of the Police, it was discovered that the subject’s inability to fill the required emolument forms and processing same in compliance with extant regulations, led to the salary predicament.
6 May 2015
Six of the motions were applications for an order of substituted service to respondents, while the remaining motion was an ex parte motion. The ex parte motion was filed by Orji Kalu of Progressive Peoples Alliance (PPA) against Mao Ohuabunwa of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)and eight others for Abia North Senatorial zone.
Olukolade-DDI
6 May 2015
He listed the camps to include the four notorious Alafa camps as well as those in Rogo Fulani, Laraga and others used as training camps in the forest.
6 May 2015
An Ilorin Magistrates’ Court arraigned Ode Agbo, a farmer from Budo Baba Tapa, Malete, Kwara, for being responsible for two missing cows.
6 May 2015
A Chibok Girls group has urged the passage of the Violence Against Persons Prohibition Bill to serve as a legal protection of citizens
6 May 2015
An indigene of Borno, Mallam Hassan Umar, who is on an historic walk from Lagos to Maiduguri, has arrived Ilorin, the Kwara capital.
6 May 2015
SHELL Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) is partnering the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) and state governments in the country to reduce road accidents, the company’s Manager, Government Relations, Mr. Edesiri Akpomudjere, has said.
6 May 2015
THE ad-hoc committee set up by the House of Representatives to look into the alleged fraud and evasion of rice import duties and levies by importers yesterday directed the authorities of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) to henceforth ignore any instruction from political office holders regarding the waivers of import duties for certain products brought into the country.
APC-Buhari
6 May 2015
A SOCIO-POLITICAL group, the South-South Equity Forum (SEF) yesterday said the incoming government of the All Progressives Congress (APC) would not be fair to the South-South region if it does not allow it produce the next Speaker of the House of Representatives.
6 May 2015
COORDINATING Minster of the Economy and Minister for Finance, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, yesterday shed more light on the 2015 budget.
Buhari-OK-OK
6 May 2015
THE President-elect, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday met with Mr. Tunde Thompson, a member of the media team who visited him and one of the journalists jailed under Decree 4 of 1984.

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