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13 Feb 2015
THE  Board of Directors of Nigerian Breweries (NB) on Friday proposed N37.21 billion as dividend for shareholders of the nation’s brewery gaint for the 2014 financial year. The News Agency of Nigerian (NAN) quotes NB as saying in a release that the amount represents a pay out of N4.75 per 50k ordinary share. According to…
13 Feb 2015
PASTOR Olusola Adewumi of the Christ Apostolic Miracle Church, Ikole, Ekiti, on Friday said Valentine Day celebration was not meant to promote of promiscuity. Adewumi told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Ikole that the day was instead marked to show love and gratitude to individuals. He said people were expected to share love…
13 Feb 2015
• Group scores Jonathan higher than Buhari in dev strides IN spite of fiscal and liquidity challenges being faced by Nigeria at the moment as the result of the fall in prices of crude oil minerals at the international market, international rating agency, Standard & Poor’s in its latest assessment  of countries just released has slightly…
13 Feb 2015
IT is amazing to observe that a majority of Nigerians feel less concerned about the happenings in the Northeast, especially why the insurgency has remained despite the Federal Government’s efforts.    All we do is pay lipservice, persons and groups paid to carry out placards to paint a situation they have not taken time to…
13 Feb 2015
THE cankerworm known as corruption has continued to diminish our humanity as a people, given that it comes with abject poverty, penury and want.  When President Goodluck Jonathan ran for Presidency in 2011, he anchored his campaign on “fresh air” which in ordinary parlance would imply change of our situation as a people for the…
13 Feb 2015
SAVAGE attack on communities in Benue State continued on Tuesday night, this time in Ukum and Agatu local councils, where five persons each were killed by different sets of suspected Fulani herdsmen, who also destroyed property worth millions of naira.    The attacks were coming barely a day after the marauders attacked some villages in…
13 Feb 2015
• Explains exit from PDP GOVERNORSHIP candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in Nasarawa State and former Minister of Information, Mr. Labaran Maku, yesterday denied accusing President Goodluck Jonathan of being one of the sponsors of Boko Haram.    He explained that his decision to leave the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for APGA…
13 Feb 2015
• Agency arrests 57, impounds 87kg cannabis IN view of the debilitating health and economic consequences of hard drug, Governor Jonah Jang of Plateau State has advocated capital punishment for traffickers in Nigeria.     Speaking at the passing out parade of 255 Senior Officers Basic Course 14/2014 after their five-month training at the Regional Academy…
13 Feb 2015
• Police, family deny Pa Dariye’s rumoured rescue • Security agency, politicians sign peace pact NO fewer that four people were killed and 10 houses burnt as Christians and Muslims clashed at Babale in Jos North local council of Plateau State.     The peace of the area was disrupted on Tuesday when a car, reportedly…
13 Feb 2015
EKITI State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose has warned civil servants against partisan politics.    He however, told the entire workforce in the state to vote according to their conscience in the March 28 Presidential election and April 11 State and National Assembly election.     Fayose said, being a proponent of apolitical and non-partisan civil service that he…
13 Feb 2015
IN a bid to find a lasting solution to the lingering leadership crises at the Osun State University, the governor of Osun, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola has set up a five-man visitation panel to the university.     The governor during the inauguration of the committee at ‎the Executive Chambers of the Governor’s Office in Osogbo,…
13 Feb 2015
THE presidential running mate of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Professor Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, has identified corruption in high places as the major bane of Nigeria’s socio-economic development and the cause of the myriads of problems Nigerians contend with on daily basis.      Osinbajo stated this in Ondo town during an interactive session with…

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