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Bodies Of 5 UNIUYO Graduates Who Died In Auto Crash While On Their Way To NYSC Orientation Camp, Flown To Akwa Ibom For Burial

NBS: Petrol Prices Highest In South-East, Lowest In North-East In October

Petrol Prices Highest In South-East, Lowest In North-East In October - NBS

Premium Motor Spirit (Petrol) Price Watch for October 2021,” released on its website on Tuesday, the NBS said the highest average price was recorded in the South-East zone at CONTINUE READING…]

Soludo’s Victory And IPOB’s Continuing Threat

Soludo’s Victory And IPOB’s Continuing Threat

Despite some pockets of violence, the election went smoothly and winner declared. Although, hitches were experienced during the voting leading to cancellation of result in some polling units, INEC deserves pat on its back for conducting a credible poll in the CONTINUE READING…]

Buhari Approves N656.11bn Fresh Bailout For 36 States

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President Muhammadu Buhari has approved a fresh N656.112 billion Bridge Financing Facility to the 36 States. This was disclosed Thursday at the National Economic Council (NEC) meeting presided over by CONTINUE READING…]

EndSARS Report: US Expects Responses That Address Grievances Of Victims – Blinken

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the United States welcomes the conclusion of the independent panel of inquiry established by the Lagos State government to look into the CONTINUE READING…]

EndSARS Panel Report: We Await The States, Buhari Tells US Secretary Of State

President Muhammadu Buhari says the Federal Government will allow the system to exhaust itself, and will, therefore, wait for pronouncements from state governments that set up panels to probe police brutality in the CONTINUE READING…]

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IPOB Demands Immediate Release Of Detained Members

IPOB Demands Immediate Release Of Detained Members

In a statement from Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, IPOB listed some of the victims of the alleged acts to include: Miss Chioma Ibeh from Abia State and Miss Idara Idoro abducted from Anambra State during CONTINUE READING…]

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