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Lagos Set As Buhari Commissions State Projects

….Traffic Diverted Preparations are in top gear as the Lagos State government will host President Muhammadu Buhari on an official visit to Lagos on Wednesday, 24th April 2019. During the one-day working visit, a number of State projects will be commissioned including the rehabilitated 10-lane Oshodi – Muritala Muhammed International Airport Road; the 170-Bed ‘Ayinke House’ (Maternity Hospital)) at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) Ikeja; the Lagos State Theatre at Oregun, Ikeja; new 820 Mass Transit  Buses and the multi-level Oshodi Transport Interchange along the Apapa-Oshodi Expressway. In order to ensure…

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Attack On Police Officers: IGP Orders Perpetrators’ Arrest

The Inspector General of Police, (IGP) Mohammed A Adamu has ordered the immediate arrest and prosecution of all persons involved in the unprovoked and gruesome attack on Police officers who were on a legitimate mission to arrest some suspected armed robbers  and receivers of a stolen vehicle in a community in Cross River State. In a statement, Police spokesman, DCP Frank Mba said:” The attack which occurred on the 17th April, 2019, at Ogoja Community, was masterminded and executed by one Ikenga, a notorious receiver of stolen property, and his…

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Presidency: Buhari Not ‘Sleeping On Duty As C-in-C’

…….Says North East Better Off In an action that broke the old tradition of staying above politics, the Catholic Bishop of Yola Diocese, Rt. Rev. Fr. Stephen Mamza delivered a homily in which he spoke angrily against President Muhammadu Buhari, whom he described as “sleeping on duty as Commander-in-Chief.” This is not a fair comment. There is so much that has changed in the past three to four years in and around Yola, and the Catholic Church in particular that a true assessment would show that but for the Change…

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Mega FAAC Allocations:FG N3.4trn, Delta N285bn, Lagos N260bn Get Highest

FG, States, LGcs Shared N8tr in 2018 … FG Got N3.4tr, States/LGs N4.5tr  Richest: Delta N285bn, Lagos N260bn, Kano N188bn  Poorest: Kwara N81bn, Ebonyi, Gombe N76bn each A new report by the Economic Confidential has disclosed that the Federal Government, 36 states and the 774 local government councils in Nigeria shared a total sum of N8trillion from the Federation Account in 2018 in spite of the shut-ins in several oil installations during the period. The allocations were made after the monthly meetings of the Federation Account Allocation Committee (FAAC) in…

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Members Protest Demolition Of LFC Church Building, Assault On Pastor In Abuja

Members of Living Faith Church in Gwagwalada Abuja are protesting what they termed as unlawful demolition of their church by officials of the Department of Development Control of the Federal Capital Development Authority (DDC-FCDA). The members said, beside the demolition of the church, located along the Specialist Hospital Road in Gwagwalada, the Resident Senior Pastor, Caleb Olubiyi was also assaulted by some policemen attached to the officials of the DDC-FCDA. The Chairman of the church’ board, Elder Samuel Olaleye, who was flanked by various placard- bearing members, told  journalists although…

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ARFSD 2019 Ends With Africa Reaffirming Its Commitment To SDGs

The fifth Africa Regional Forum for Sustainable Development (ARFSD) ended in Marrakesh Thursday with ministers and officials in charge of environment and sustainable development reaffirming their governments’ commitment to fully implementing the sustainable development goals for the benefit of all on the continent. The ministers, who were joined by policymakers and experts, representatives of governments, intergovernmental organizations, parliaments, the private sector and civil society of the member States, called for efforts to foster and promote innovation and technology to fill the gaps in data needed for the preparation and implementation…

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Kidnappers In Kaduna Kill Foreign Tourist, Abduct 3 Others

Kidnappers in Nigeria killed two people including a Western woman on Saturday and abducted three Nigerians in Kaduna,  according to the police. The tourist, a woman travelled from Lagos and was attending a party before the incident happened, police said, adding she had no identification. Police were yet to confirm her nationality. There has been no claim of responsibility for the incident and the kidnappers have yet to be identified. “Some suspected kidnappers armed with dangerous weapons gained entry into a recreational resort called Kajuru Castle in Kajuru local government…

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Fayemi, OGD, Kalu, Adesina, Speak On Economy At Freedom Online Lecture

Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State has declared that to fix Nigeria’s economy, necessary conditions for inclusive development must be identified. Speaking at the second annual lecture of Freedom Online, an online newspaper on Thursday in Lagos, the governor declared that lack of investment in infrastructure in the past has led to where the country is today but said he was optimistic that President Muhammadu Buhari’s determination to curb corruption would help the economy to grow. At the event were former Governor of Ogun State, Otunba Gbenga Daniel, former Governor…

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EX-CJN Onnoghen Appeals Conviction, Contests CCT Decisions

Nigeria’s former Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Walter Onnoghen and most senior judge who was found guilty of graft charges has appealed his conviction, his lawyers said on Friday. Onnoghen was banned from holding office for 10 years by the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) on Thursday in a case the opposition said was politically motivated. Onnoghen was tried for failing to divulge cash in five foreign bank accounts in contravention of rules governing the declaration of assets by public officials. The CCT also ordered the seizure of the funds…

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Buhari Signs N30,000 Minimum Wage Bill Into Law, Effective April 19

President Muhammadu Buhari has signed the new 30,000 minimum wage bill into law at the State House in Abuja. The National Assembly passed the National Minimum Wage Bill, approving N30,000 minimum monthly wage for Federal and State workers. The proposed new National Minimum Wage was presented to the National Council of State on January 22 after which it was sent to the National Assembly. The Federal Executive Council meeting also deliberated and approved the minimum wage after which it was transmitted to the National Assembly and subsequently passed by both…

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