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Ogun Worries Over Cultism In Schools, Vows To Tackle Menace

Worried by the high level of cultism in primary, secondary and Tertiary institution across the country, The Ogun State Government has promised to fight the menace and make all the schools, including tertiary Institutions a peaceful place of learning for the students. The Special Adviser to the Governor on Technical Education, Prof. Joseph Odemuyiwa made this known while decorating him as Commander, Corp Marshal by the National School Crime Prevention Corps (NSCPC), at his Office, Oke-Mosan Abeokuta. Prof. Odemuyiwa, in a statement signed by the Press Officer, Bureau of Technical…

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US Forces Rescue American Held Hostage In Northern Nigeria

The United States government has rescued one of its nationals who was held hostage by a group of armed men across the Niger border with Nigeria, following a rescue operation in northern Nigeria on Oct. 31. U.S Secretary of State Michael Pompeo disclosed this in a statement on Saturday as he reaffirmed the commitments of the U.S government in the safe return of all its citizens held captive. Pompeo said that the U.S will never abandon any of its citizens taken hostage. “The United States is committed to the safe…

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House of Reps Commends NNPC For Strides In Gas Development

The House of Representatives Committee on Gas Resources has applauded the Mallam Mele Kyari-led Management team of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) for its achievements in the areas of gas infrastructure development, gas supply obligations for the domestic market and the NLNG Train 7 Project. A press release by the Group General Manager, Group Public Affairs Division of the Corporation, Dr. Kennie Obateru, quoted the Chairman House Committee on Gas Resources, Hon. Nicholas Mutu, as saying during an oversight visit to the NNPC Towers, Abuja, that the committee was…

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Minister Condemns Destruction Of Medical Equipment In Kogi

  The FCT Minister of State, Dr Ramatu Aliyu, has condemned the  destruction by hoodlums of medical equipment worth billions of naira at the Central Medical Store in Kogi. Aliyu, in a statement signed by her Special Assistant on Media, Mr Austine Elemue, on Friday in Abuja, described the hoodlums as “enemies of the state”. She called on the state government to remain resolute and not be deterred by the unfortunate incident. “Government must remain resolute and be focused on repositioning the health sector for efficient service delivery,” she said.…

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UN Chief Calls For Peaceful Presidential Polls In Ivory Coast

United Nations Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, has called for peace in Saturday’s presidential election in Ivory Coast amid reports of deadly pre-election protests in the country. Guterres gave the advice in a statement signed by his spokesman, Mr Stephane Dujarric, in New York on Friday. “On the eve of the presidential election in Côte d’Ivoire, the Secretary-General calls on all Ivorians to ensure that the polls are conducted in a peaceful manner. “He urges all political and opinion leaders and their supporters to refrain from inciting violence, spreading misinformation and using hate…

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Gombe Directs Tertiary Institutions To Resume Nov 10

William Attah, Gombe Governor Muhammad Inuwa Yahaya of Gombe State has directed the reopening of all private and State owned tertiary institutions in the State on Tuesday 10th November, 2020. The State Commissioner for Higher Education, Mr. Meshack Audu Lauco, while briefing Journalists in his office Friday evening said, having reviewed the situation after schools were closed in March, 2020 due to covid-19 pandemic, the State Government is convinced that the students and lecturers can return to their various schools. The Commissioner however stated that all schools must adhere strictly…

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Boss Mustapha Delivers Realnews 8th Anniversary Lecture November 19

Boss Mustapha, secretary to the government of the Federation, SGF, and chairman of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, will deliver the Eighth Anniversary Lecture of Realnews Magazine on Thursday, November 19, at the Sheraton Hotel, Lagos, by 10 am prompt. Managing the COVID-19 Global Pandemic in Africa: The Nigeria Experience is the topic of the Lecture. Maureen Chigbo, publisher of Realnews Magazine Online, said: “Our choice of the 2020 topic is borne out of the devastating effect of the coronavirus global pandemic on every sector  – health, business and economy, oil and gas and socio-politics worldwide and…

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#EndSARS: FRSC Boss Orders Immediate Resumption Of Operational Activities

The Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Corps, (FRSC) Dr Boboye Oyeyemi has ordered the immediate resumption of all operational activities in FRSC formations across the country. Oyeyemi gave the order in a statement by Corps Public Education Officer (CPEO), Assistant Corps Marshal (ACM), Bisi Kazeem on Friday in Abuja. The Corps had earlier suspended all enforcement as a result of the unrest that trailed the #ENDSARS protests in the country. Some offices of the Corps were also torched by rampaging hoodlums who hijacked the protests against police brutality to terrorise…

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Neymar Out Until At Least Mid-November, PSG Coach Says

Paris St-Germain’s Brazil forward Neymar will be sidelined until after the international break in mid-November, the French club’s coach Thomas Tuchel said on Friday. This development follows his injury against Istanbul Basaksehir in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday. Neymar came off with a thigh muscle problem in the 26th minute of the 2-0 win over the Turkish side. “Neymar should be back after the international break,” Tuchel told reporters ahead of PSG’s Ligue 1 game at Nantes on Saturday. The break in domestic action runs from Nov. 11 to…

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Police: Abuja NYSC Camp, Heavily Looted, We ‘ll Get, Prosecute Culprits

The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu has assured that hoodlums who carted away items meant for corps members would be tracked and made to face the law. Adamu said this on Friday after inspecting the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) camp in Kubwa, Abuja that hoodlums attacked the camp on Tuesday and carted away food items and other materials. “It is very unfortunate that the place was heavily looted as we went round to see the destruction made by the hoodlums,” he said. He expressed worry over the situation, adding…

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