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  • NNPC
    Nigeria lost N61trn to non-passage of PIB – NEITI

    THE Nigerian Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, yesterday, called on President Muhammadu Buhari to take urgent steps to halt the unending delay in the passage of the Petroleum Industry Bill, PIB, stating that the country has lost $200 billion, about N61.1 trillion, using current official exchange rate, due to the failure to pass an enabling law

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    #EdoDecides: INEC Confirms Snatching of Ballot Box at Polling Unit

    Lebari Nduh, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Electoral Officer in Esan West Local Government Area, has confirmed that hoodlums had snatched a ballot box from Ward 7 unit 11, during the Edo governorship election on Wednesday. Nduh made the confirmation while addressing Journalists at INEC office in Ekpoma. He, however, said that the election was peaceful

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  • Jumia
    Jumia Posts EUR35.4 Million Loss, Revenue Falls By 56%

    Jumia, Rocket Internet’s eCommerce group in Nigeria and Africa has just released its 2016 half year consolidated result showing the company recorded a net loss of EUR35.4 million within the period. When compared to its net loss recorded in last year, the company has managed to reduce its loss by 19%. In the first half

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  • Federal Civil Service Commission
    How To Successfully Apply For Federal Civil Service Commission Job

    The Federal Civil Service Commission recruitment portal was open few days ago for interested applicants who wants to serve in the Civil Service apply for the advertise positions and join the service. However, since the opening of the recruitment portal on 19 September 2016 applicant have been having difficulties in registering and receiving of verification

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  • El-Zakzaky
    Police disrupt Shiite protest to free leader Ibraheem El-Zakzaky

    FCT Police Command have said it stopped a procession by the members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN), also known as Shiite group, in the territory on Thursday, September 22, 2016 in Abuja. The FCT Commissioner of Police, Mr Muhammad Mustafa, said that the group had threatened to take over the streets of the

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  • Six Dead As Lagos Report Cholera Outbreak

    Cholera outbreak in Isolo Local Government Area of Lagos state, has left at least six people dead, authorities warn residents of further outbreak. This was contained in a statement by the Commissioner of Health, Dr Jide Idris. He said the main suspected sources of the epidemic is the salad called ‘Abacha’, a staple food of

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    Why PDP Reconciliation Will Fail – Fayose

    Ekiti State Governor Ayo Fayose says the reconciliation move by the two factions of the Peoples Democratic Party will not work unless the appeal court decides on it. Addressing State House correspondents on Thursday, Fayose said PDP governors had not been consulted, while the cases in court had also not been withdrawn. The party’s factions

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  • IPOB, biafran movement
    IPOB secures release of its members arrested in Enugu

    Some members of the Indigenous People of Biafra who were arrested by police officials in Enugu on Monday, September 19, has been released. The IPOB in a statement on Thursday said the release of its 12 members was secured by the group’s team of lawyers. The members were said to have been arrested during a

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    Nigeria crashes further against dollar, pound sterling

    The Naira on Thursday crashed further against the major currencies in all the segments of the market. At the interbank market, the naira fell by 2.99 points to close at N313.07 from N310. 08 recorded on Wednesday. At the Bureau De Change segment of the market, the naira traded at N424, N549 and N468 to

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