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Buhari In Meeting With British PM, Lists Gains Made On Different Fronts

President Muhammadu Buhari Monday brought British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, up to speed with developments in Nigeria, reeling out gains in different areas of national endeavour. The two leaders met on the sidelines of the UK-Africa Investment Summit 2020, in London, and President Buhari told P.M Johnson of strides in agriculture, leading almost to self-sufficiency in rice and other grains, saving the country billions in foreign exchange, which are now deployed to other areas of development. On the war against insurgency, the President said things were a lot better, with…

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Ugwuanyi Charges State Electoral Commission On Credible LG Polls

Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State has charged the Enugu State Independent Electoral Commission (ENSIEC) to conduct credible, free and fair Chairmanship and Councillorship elections across the seventeen (17) local government councils and 260 electoral wards in the state. Gov. Ugwuanyi, who spoke when he swore in four new ENSIEC Electoral Commissioners in the state, following their nomination and subsequent confirmation by the State House of Assembly, stated that the call for credible elections was consistent with his administration’s tradition of transparency, equity and fairness. The four newly sworn in…

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Oyo ‘ll Take Advantage Of Lagos-Ibadan Rail Projects-Makinde

…As Gov, Amaechi Inspect Rail Project …Amaechi Decries Slow Pace Of Work Oyo State Governor, Engineer Seyi Makinde, said on Monday that the state would take full advantage of the ongoing Lagos-Ibadan Rail project when it becomes fully functional. Governor Makinde, who stated this at the end of an inspection tour of the rail project which he embarked upon alongside the Minister of Transport, Rotimi Amaechi, the Minister of State for Transport, Senator Gbemisola Saraki and other Federal and State government officials, stated that Oyo State would put everything in…

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 Buhari To Ghana’s Akufo-Addo: We Closed Borders Due To Influx Of Arms, Hard Drugs

…..Beyond Smuggling Of Food Products The partial closure of Nigeria’s borders is not caused solely because food products, particularly rice, were being smuggled into Nigeria, but also because arms and ammunition, as well as hard drugs were being ferried into Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari has said. Holding a bilateral meeting Monday in London at the sidelines of UK-Africa Investment Summit 2020 with President Nana Akufo-Addo of Ghana, the Nigerian Leader said he could not keep his eyes open, and watch youths being destroyed through cheap hard drugs, and compromised security…

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British PM Meets Buhari, African Leaders At Plenary Of UK-Africa Summit

…..on 20th Jan 2020 UK-Africa Investment Forum 3: President Buhari received by Minister of State for Middle East and North Africa Dr Andrew Murrison MP alongside High Commissioner of UK to Nigeria Catriona Laing as he arrives for the Program of Opening Plenary of the Uk-Africa Summit on 20th Jan 2020 Uk-Africa Investment Forum 1: President Buhari alongside R-L: President Paul Kagame of Rwanda, British Prime Minister Borris Johnson, President El-Sisi Abdelfattah of Egypt, President Macky Sall of Senegal amongst others during a family photo ahead of the Program of…

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Jubilation In Kano, Sokoto As Govs Ganduje, Tambuwal Win At Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has affirmed the elections of Abdullahi Ganduje as the Governor of Kano state and that of Aminu Tambuwal as Governor of Sokoto State. The candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Kano State, Abba Kabir Yusuf, filed an appeal at the apex court to dispute the March 23 supplementary election held in some electoral wards in the state. A seven-man panel of justices of the apex court led by the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Tanko Muhammad, after listening to arguments by the counsels representing the…

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NEMA Recovers Bodies From Lagos Pipeline Fire

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) on Sunday said that two bodies had been recovered from the explosion site of a Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) pipeline at Ile Epo axis of Alimosho Local Government Area of Lagos State. The Acting Coordinator, Lagos Territorial Office, (NEMA), Mr Ibrahim Farinloye, confirmed the development. The raging fire caused panic among the residents of Abule Egba, Ile Epo and Ekoro Road due to the thick smoke which oozed out from the explosion scene. Farinloye said that several buildings and articulated vehicles were engulfed…

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Makinde: Oyo ‘ll Make Lekan Are’s Burial Celebration Of Life

Oyo State Governor, Engineer Seyi Makinde said on Sunday that the late Ibadan-born business mogul who also served as a Director of Punch Newspapers, Dr. Lekan Are ran a good race in life and left indelible footprints on the sands of time. Governor Makinde, who paid a visit to the Ring Road home of the Ares, on Sunday, said that his government would make his burial a celebration of life. He promised to deploy the Commissioner for Special Duties, Chief Bayo Lawal to liaise with the family to firm up…

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Customs Appoints NOVA Merchant Bank To Collect Import, Excise Duties

In fulfillment of its commitment to constantly find new ways to serve its customers better, NOVA Merchant Bank has been appointed as a designated collecting bank for Import, Excise and other duties by the Nigeria Customs Service. This will enable the Bank handle duty payments for its clients in addition to process and issue custom bonds along with guarantees on their behalf. According to the MD/CEO, Mr. Anya Duroha, “We are excited about this appointment because it would enhance efficiency and improve turnaround time for duty payments and other services…

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Fire Razes Home For Disabled, Kills Eight, Injures 30

Eight people were killed and 30 were injured in a fire at a Czech home for people with disabilities early on Sunday, fire and state officials said. The blaze occurred in a home where mostly men with mental and other disabilities lived, in Vejprty on the country’s northwest border with Germany. It was the second deadliest blaze in the country’s three-decade post-communist history. In 2010, a fire in an abandoned building often used by homeless people in Prague killed nine people. A hotel fire in the capital in 1995 killed…

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