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Tension In Liberia As Protesters March Against Corruption

Hundreds of demonstrators clashed with Liberian police in Monrovia on Wednesday during a march against corruption and economic mismanagement under former footballer turned president George Weah. Police fired tear gas to stop the demonstrators from approaching the parliament building in the capital while protesters threw stones and bottles at officers. The protesters — in the second major rally since thousands gathered on June 7 — called on the government to improve living conditions amid spiraling inflation. Police arrested at least five protesters. The demonstration involved dozens of civil society associations, including…

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Presidency Announces Transition Of Tijani Yusuf, SA To PS State House

The Presidency announces the passing of Alhaji Tijani Yusuf, Wednesday morning after a brief illness. Aged 63, Alhaji Yusuf, popularly called TJ, was until his transition, the Special Assistant (Special Duties) to Jalal Arabi, Permanent Secretary, State House, Abuja. A very likeable and unassuming gentleman, Yusuf was known for his excellent administrative skills, most notably, his pivotal roles during Swearing-in/Oath-taking ceremonies of top appointees of the Federal Government before Nigerian leaders. In recognition of his meritorious services, Yusuf was given the national honours of Member of the Order of Niger,…

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Buhari To S’West Obas: We’ll Deploy Drones, CCTV To Tackle Security Challenges

President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday in Abuja assured Obas from the South West that his administration was doing everything possible to tackle security challenges in the country. Responding to an address by the traditional rulers led by the Ooni of Ife , Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi during a courtesy visit to the State House, the President said: “Working with the State governments we intend to beef up the equipping of the police force with advanced technology and equipment that can facilitate the work of the security agencies.” The President disclosed that…

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2023: Work Hard, I Won’t Endorse Anyone, Says Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has said that whoever wants to be President in 2023 should work hard to become one in the presidential election without relying on anyone including himself. Speaking while responding to a request made by the members of progressives in academics, who visited him at the State House, President Buhari said: “A lot of our young chaps are taking things for granted. Imagine to contest election three times ending up in Supreme Court three times. It needs a lot of conviction you know, and hard work. Buhari said…

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NURTW Seeks Ban On Illegal Transport Unions

The Chairman of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), Kwara Chapter, Alhaji Aliyu Issa-Ore has called on the State Government to ban the activities of illegal transport unions in the state. Issa-Ore made the call on Wednesday in Ilorin in his address at the official commissioning of the NURTW North Central Zonal Secretariat. The state NURTW boss, who is also the State Chairman of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), said there were about six such illegal transport unions operating across the country. He said three of such unions…

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Nigeria’s 2019 Elections Not Credible, Say Civil Society Groups

Nigeria’s 2019 general elections weren’t credible due to logistical failures by the electoral commission, interference by the military, widespread violence and voter suppression, the Nigerian Civil Society Situation Room, a coalition of 70 civic groups that monitored the vote, said. President Muhammadu Buhari won a second four-year term in office while the ruling All Progressives Congress secured a comfortable majority in the National Assembly, defeating the main opposition People’s Democratic Party and its candidate, Atiku Abubakar, in the Feb. 23 vote, according to official results by the Independent National Electoral…

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Sanwo-Olu To Security Operatives: Make Lagos Safe For Law-Abiding Residents

…Orders Instant Treatment For Officers Injured On Duty …Lagos Gov, Deputy Visit RRS, Taskforce Bases Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State has, on Tuesday charged policemen and security operatives under the State-controlled security outfits that criminals must not be given a breathing space in the state. Speaking during inspections of operation bases of Rapid Response Squad (RRS) in Ikeja and the Lagos State Taskforce on Environmental and Special Offences Enforcement Unit in Oshodi, Sanwo-Olu said the security of lives and property remained the topmost priority of his administration while tasking…

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New UNN VC Lauds Gov Ugwuanyi On Good Governance

…Thanks gov on water reticulation at Enugu campus The new vice chancellor of the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN), Prof. Charles Igwe, has lauded Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State for the good governance initiatives of his administration in the state, including in the university and its environs. Prof. Igwe, who is the 15th substantive and first alumnus vice chancellor of UNN, thanked Gov Ugwuanyi for his intervention in water reticulation on the Enugu campus of the institution, UNEC. Speaking when he led principal officers of the university and some members…

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Borno Gov To Speaker Gbajabiamila: ‘Borno Needs More Soldiers On Ground’

… Speaker in Borno to review security situation, visit IDPs Borno State  Governor, Professor Babagana Umara Zulum ‎has explained to the Speaker of House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila while in Maiduguri that the solution to the resurgence of attacks by Boko Haram insurgents particularly in northern side of the state, is in increasing  the number of soldiers, their fighting capabilities and access to changing technology The Speaker, accompanied by the Majority and minority leaders, chief whip, chairmen of committees on appropriation, Defence, representatives of Borno and others, was on one day…

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Gov Fayemi: There Is Need To Re-Order Revenue Allocation Formula

… Says Governors Committed To New Minimum Wage Ekiti State Governor, Dr Kayode Fayemi, has stressed the need for the Federal Government to allocate more fund to the states in order to make them more responsible and responsive to the yearnings of the people. Fayemi who expressed his displeasure on the present revenue sharing formula where the larger chunk is allocated to the Federal Government, leaving the federating states and local governments with low allocation, said approval of the new minimum wage by the Federal Government required that government make…

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