Mr Fatai Buhari, the senator representing Oyo North, has assured Nigerians that President Muhammadu Buhari will fix the nation’s problems and restore its lost glory. Buhari told newsmen in Ibadan on Saturday that the president had good intentions, and was committed to restoring the lost glory, adding that it would be achieved. “President Buhari and
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President Muhammadu Buhari has commended Nigerians for their perseverance while urging them not to lose confidence in the ability of his administration to bring about the change they so much desire. The president stated this at the 2015 Vanguard Awards in Lagos on Friday night, where he was honoured with the Personality of the Year
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Petrol pump price has continued to rise on daily basis in spite all efforts by the government to make the product available at official rate. The News Agency of Nigerian (NAN) who monitored availability of the product at different petrol stations in Awka on Saturday reports that the product was scarce in the capital city
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Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Saturday in Kano performed the foundation laying ceremony of 2,000 housing units projects initiated by the State government. Osinbajo also performed the foundation laying ceremony of the Integrated Skills Acquisition Center and 122 waste disposal tricycles near Amana City in Kumbotso Local Government Area of the State The vice president
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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) said Saturdayâ€™s council elections in the Federal Capital Territory did not hold in two polling units due to card reader failure. National Commissioner in the commission, Prof. Anthonia Simbine, made this known in Abuja on Saturday while briefing newsmen on the election. Simbine, however, announced that arrangement had been
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The Presidency has dismissed the allegations by former Gov. Ibrahim Shekarau of Kano State that the Buhari administration is insensitive to the plight of Nigerians. Reacting to the allegation in Abuja, the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to the President, Malam Garba Shehu, enjoined Shekarau to stop insulting the intelligence of Nigerians with
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Kano State governor, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, has inaugurated five vaccine and medical commodities delivery trucks, diagnostic kits and anti malarial drugs worth N104 million. The governor disclosed this during the 2016 Volunteer Community Mobilisers Convention held at the Government House, Kano, pointing out that the move was part of efforts to strengthen the governmentâ€™s free
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Abuja â€“ Some youths in Bako Village in Kwali Area Council of the FCT on Saturday went on rampage, following the discovery that 500 ballot papers were missing in their polling unit. An eyewitness said that after accreditation and voting, the presiding officer of the Dabi polling unit counted the ballot papers and discovered that
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Terrorist group of ISIS has executed one of its own militants on charges of spying for the anti-ISIS forces in the city of Jarablus in Syriaâ€™s northern province of Aleppo, local sources reported Saturday. The city of Jarablus has been under ISIS control for more than a year. Local media activist Nasser Taljbini said that
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The group’s claim it had executed 24 Druze workers and ‘regime supporters’ could not be verified Isis claims to have massacred more than 20 people abducted from a cement factory in Syria after singling them out as non-Muslims and â€œregime supportersâ€. There were fears that the so-called Islamic State may have murdered a far higher
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Governor Nasir el-Rufai yesterday performed the ground breaking ceremony of the biggest poultry/hatchery in Sub Saharan Africa worth 150million US dollars in Kaduna. Announcing the breaking ceremony, after the end of Kadinvest 2016, Governor Nasir el-Rufai said the Olamâ€™s Poultry project will be built in Gwagwada, Chikun local government area, Kilometre 24 Kaduna-Abuja express way.
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Amidst growing speculations that the former Senate President, Senator David Mark, and a number of other Nigerians are linked to the Mossack Fonseca law firmâ€™s Panama Offshore accounts report, Mark has denied operating any such account. Speaking through his media aide in Makurdi on Thursday, Mark said,: â€œWe reiterate categorically that he is not directly
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Data from the Panama-based offshore-provider, Mossack Fonseca, obtained by German newspaper SÃ¼ddeutsche Zeitung and shared by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, ICIJ, with over 100 media partners in 82 countries, has revealed that Nigeriaâ€™s businessman and industrialist, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, his relative, Sayyu Dantata, as well as his business allies have over the years
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Two staff of the Bauchi State Board of Internal Revenue have been arrested by security operatives over allegation of corruption. The Acting Chairman of the Board, Yakubu Isa, confirmed the arrest of the two officials, saying that the police had written to them that two staff, one on level 14 and the other on level
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A University Don, Dr. Tijani Adekilekun, has advocated for the amendment of the 1933 â€œanatomy Actâ€ of Nigeria by the National Assembly. Adekilekun, a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Anatomy, Ekiti State University, EKSU, in a statement issued in Ado Ekiti yesterday, said the Anatomy Act Cap 17 Laws of the Federation made since
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An Abuja High Court has ordered the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to immediately release the cousin of former President Goodluck Jonathan, Mr Azibaola Robert. The EFCC had on March 23, arrested Robert over alleged diversion $40 million through One-Plus Holdings, a sister company of Kakatar Construction and Engineering Company Limited, meant for securing
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Four female suicide bombers on a suicide mission on Friday have been shot and killed by the Civilian JTF near Maiduguri in Borno State. Four female suicide bombers on a suicide mission on Friday have been shot and killed by the Civilian JTF near Maiduguri in Borno State. The incident occurred at Jimini village in
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No missing organs eaten by rat, says suspects Osun State Police command have apprehended a doctor and three nurses of Tinu-Ola Clinic and Maternity Centre located at Owode-Oluode area of Osogbo the Osun State capital over the disappearance of some parts of a woman who died in the hospital. Nigerian Pilot Saturday gathered that the
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Management of Chevron Nigeria Limited was issued a 21-day ultimatum by graduates of Ijaw, Itsekiri and Ilaje host communities in Ondo and Delta States respectively over an alleged delay in the conversion of trainees of the VTPS/OTP2 programme to permanent Staff in the company. In a joint statement signed by Egbema-Gbaramatu Graduates Employment Front, National
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Unlike the last general elections, Saturday 9th April Federal Capital Territory (FCT) poll experienced massive low turnout of voters in most polling units. AccordingÂ to reports gathered by our correspondents at different area councils, turnout of voters was as low as 11 at some polling unit where as the highest number recorded was 50 as
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