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14 Sep 2015
Continued from yesterday. The bottom line we should be asking for is – in the 100 plus days of Buhari, is Nigeria working? I know the Igbos are angry at what they describe as exclusion and a continuation of what they perceive as Nigeria’s hatred for Igbos since 1966. My reply is perhaps simple. Let…
14 Sep 2015
A MEMBER of the Ad-hoc Senate Committee on Media and Publicity, Senator Ali Wakili, has frowned against the use of President Muhammadu Buhari’s name to intimidate elected officials by unserious politicians.
14 Sep 2015
THE Vice Chancellor of University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID), Prof. Ibrahim Njodi, has said that sheer determination not to interrupt the school’s curriculum was among the key reasons why he refused to shut down the university while Boko Haram insurgents were on rampage in Borno State, the capital city and its environs.
14 Sep 2015
KANO State government has trained 250 youth under an empowerment programme on Information Communication and Technology (ICT) and social media networking, in collaboration with Zynox Nigeria Limited.
Okowa
14 Sep 2015
WHEN a miscreant defecates on ancestral shrines and dances naked in the market square to the amusement of onlookers, it attracts sanctions; to avert a future occurrence and anger of the god’s and prevents a retributive plague built on sycophantic jesters.
14 Sep 2015
SPEAKING personally, I was initially shell shocked at the announcements, which seemed to tip the scales northward, rather than a geographical spread as we are wont to hear, but I must confess, that was a reflexive consuetude.
14 Sep 2015
AHEAD of the November 21 Kogi State governorship poll, the All Progressives Congress’ candidate, Prince Abubakar Audu has pledged to cede power to the Ebira/Okun axis of state after his tenure, if voted into office.
14 Sep 2015
BENUE State Government has dismissed reports published in some sections of the media credited to the state PDP Publicity Secretary, Godwin Ayighe, which alleged that Governor Samuel Ortom gave a fraudulent salary arrears figure owed state and council workers to the Central Bank of Nigeria, which is to be collected as bailout.
Ibikunle-Amosun-
14 Sep 2015
OGUN State governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, has ‎disclosed his administration’s plan to reduce the repayment period of the bailout funds approved for the state by the Federal Government from 20 years to 10 years.
14 Sep 2015
DESPITE the sea surge that submerged Happy City College, Ayetoro and threatened to wipe off the entire community in Ilaje Local Council Area of Ondo State, Governor Olusegun Mimiko has declared that the students of the community will resume for academic activities like other hinterlands and urban areas of the state.
Ayo-Fayose
14 Sep 2015
THE All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti State has reacted to newspapers advertorials by Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State, calling President Muhammadu Buhari a dictator that violated the nation’s law of immunity by allegedly sending DSS operatives to search the Akwa Ibom State House.
14 Sep 2015
SHELL Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) has assured full implementation of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) report on Ogoniland once government enthrones sanity in the community devoid of crude oil theft and other disturbing vices.

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