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With less than 23 days to the general elections, the crisis rocking the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) took a new twist as a factional presidential candidate, Chekwas Okorie, on Wednesday unveiled his campaign council.
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The Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) seeking to restore the nullification of the participation of Osun’s ex-governor Gboyega Oyetola and his deputy Benedict Alabi in the July 16, 2022 governorship election. A five-member panel of the Supreme Court led by Justice Centus Nweze on Thursday held that the…
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The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on Thursday directed commercial banks to start paying the redesigned naira notes to customers over the counter. CBN governor Godwin Emefiele announced the directive in a statement. Emefiele said the new directive was to alleviate the challenges that Nigerians are experiencing with getting access to the new notes, as…
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Shell's net profit surged to a record $42.3 billion last year, the British energy giant said Thursday, as Russia's invasion of Ukraine sent oil and gas prices soaring.
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The Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Prof Umar Danbatta has called for the inclusion of Girls in the ICT in line with the United Nations' effort to empower girls in tech and close the digital gender gap.