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Gov Ugwuanyi Reiterates Commitment To Rural Devt

…attends workers’ New Year prayer session Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State has reassured the people of the state of his administration’s commitment to initiate and sustain laudable programmes and policies that would impact positively on the lives of the masses, especially those residing in the rural and satellite areas. Noting that majority of the state’s civil servants live in the outskirts of the capital, Gov. Ugwuanyi added that his vision for the continued development of such areas, to give the people a sense of belonging as the true heroes…

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TCN Applauds Enugu For  Nsukka’s 30MVA Power Line

…… Celebrate Rural Electrification The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has commended Enugu State for its support in securing the right-of-way for the completion of the power project being handled by the company in  Nsukka. Since 2006, the important power line project has been stalled owing to disputes between the  TCN and host communities over right of way. When completed, the project would boost electricity supply to millions of residents in the Enugu North senatorial district of the state. As work commenced at the station 12 years after it was…

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NLC Moves Against El-Rufai For Sacking 35,000 Kaduna Workers

The Nigeria Labour Congress has declare action against the Kaduna State Governor Nasir el-Rufai for sacking over 35,000 workers in its employment. Speaking at a news conference on Tuesday, NLC President, Comrade Ayuba Wabba said the works have no option but take action against the government. (Being text of the press conference by the President of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Comrade Ayuba Wabba, mni on Tuesday 9th January, 2018 at Labour House, Abuja) As you are aware, the trade unions and their members have been having a running battle…

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Police Explain How Badoo Cult Suspects Kill Victims

The Commissioner of Police in Lagos State, Edgal Imohimi, has disclosed how three arrested Badoo suspects hypnotised and smashed their victims’ head while asleep. Speaking while while presenting the suspects to newsmen in Lagos, Imohimi  gave their names as; Chibuzo Igwe, Samuel Akaeze a.k.a Samito, Gift Akaeze, Omotayo Abamoyegun and Fatai Adebayo, a herbalist who fortified the cultists before going on operation. The CP said on December 30, 2017 at about 2:30 a.m. at Alajo Close, Obese, a suburb of Ikorodu, the three suspects invaded one late Shakiru Yekini’s compound where…

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Business Slider 

NCAA, NAMA, Review 18 Airports Operating Weather Minima

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) and the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) have carried out a review of aerodrome operating weather minima for 18 airports in the country.   The General Manager, Public Relations, (NCAA,)  Mr Sam Adurogboye, made this known in a statement issued on Wednesday in Lagos.   Adurogboye said the review was in compliance with the provision of Part 8 of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Regulations (Nig.CARs Part 8), and in accordance with International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Doc.9365.   “In this review, the regulatory authority…

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SERAP Tasks Buhari On Board Appointments Of 8 Dead Persons

Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to “withdraw without further delay the list of appointments to the boards of agencies and parastatals in order to remove a clear and recognizable danger to the integrity of these bodies, and allow the civil service systems to carry out the appointments, in strict conformity with established rules and Nigeria’s international anticorruption obligations and commitments.” Buhari had on Friday approved the constitution of the governing boards of agencies and parastatals, appointing 209 chairmen and 1258 members to fill the…

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BUHARI DOCUMENTARY: NO LINK TO FUEL SCARCITY

The Presidency has explained that documentary released and aired today has no link to the current fuel scarcity which Nigerians have been faced in s[ite of the season of Christmas celebration. Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity in a statement said the documentary was meant to refect he other side of President Buhari beyond the one known to Nigerians. Meanwhile Vice President Yemi Osinbajo was in Lagos to visit some petrol filling stations where Nigerians waited on the line for the product in spite of promises from…

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Football Talents Discovered In Oko Prison After Inmates Tournament

The Finals of Oko Prison Football Tournament tagged ‘DCP CUP 2017′ which commenced on the 20th of October, 2017 came to a climax at the Prison Yard. In all, 14 football teams of prison inmates divided into 3 groups participated in the tournament in which Team A3 which is the defending champion emerged the winner to retain the 1st Prize and the DCP Golden Trophy by defeating Team D3 by 4 quality goals to 2. Teams D3 and C1 won the 2nd and 3rd places respectively. Football talents were discovered…

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Dangote: BUA Telling Lies On Mines Ownership Claim

The management of Dangote Industries Limited has again rejected the many assertions of BUA Group, on its dubious claim to being the owner of Mining Lease No 2541. Dangote in a statement said that its reaction became very necessary as a result of its status as a publicly quoted company and to further re-assure its shareholders, the regulators and members of the public that the company is and remains a responsible corporate citizen Faulting   BUA’s fraudulent claim that the Dangote Group is trying to monopolize the Cement business in the…

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EDO GOV SHUTS DOWN DISPUTED OBU MINES, OKPELLA

…ORDERS CP TO DISLODGE ILLEGAL MINERS OKPELLA COMMUNITY HAILS DECISION, Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo state, yesterday shut down the mines until further notice citing security concerns arising from the proclamation by the Federal Ministry of mines that illegal mining activities are being carried out at the contentious Obu mines in Okpella. The governor said the decision was taken in the interest of peace and tranquillity, pointing out that flouting of his order will be met with wrath of the state government. The governor directed the state police Commissioner and…

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