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1 Apr 2021
The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) administration has disbursed a total sum of N3.736 billion in February as against the N3.8 billion shared in January 2021.
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1 Feb 2021
January was amazing with thrilling films such as Bridgerton, Lupin and lots more. February, however, will be more entertaining with the amazing films set to be released. In the next four weeks, we can look forward to brand new offerings starring Zendaya, Rosamund Pike, and John David Washington, plus the final installment in the To…
22 Feb 2019
We present the films you should be looking for as we go out to vote tomorrow. Just like 2018, 2019 will be another year of thrillers and horrors and action-packed films. Sometimes, you wish they release all of them at the same time yeah? Well, we do not want to over-burden our brains with too…
7 Apr 2018
Bayelsa State Government yesterday confirmed the gross inflow to the state from the Federation Allocation Account (FAAC) in February including statutory receipt of N2.9bn and derivation of N10.4bn totaling N15.20bn. The state’s deputy governor, John Jonah, who disclosed this at a transparency briefing, also announced that the state paid N10.4bn in February and March to…
29 Mar 2018
Following the intervention by the Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, the stalemated Federation Account Allocation Committee (FAAC) meeting yesterday reconvened and agreed to share N647.39 billion to federal, states and local governments as revenue generated in the month of February. Adeosun said after deductions for cost of collections had been made to the Federal…
7 Feb 2018
For book lovers, every new year comes with a fresh list of options to add to their must-read library. If you're having trouble deciding what to read this year, check out these awesome books from January and February that you need to read. Binti 3 (The Night Masquerade) by Nnedi Okorafor The third instalment of…
24 Dec 2017
February 1. British govt deports 41 Nigerians, others over immigration issues. The British government deported 41 Nigerians and some Ghanaians over immigration issues classified as offences in the English laws. The Nigerian deportees were 33 males and eight females. *Fire guts Balogun Market in Lagos. An early morning inferno engulfed a building where Ankara clothes…

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