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    Thief Caght & Given Jungle Justice In Awka, Anambra State(photos)

    The incident was narrated by a Corps member Jide Kol.According to him,the thief in question robbed him of his expensive items in December and was caught yesterday by vigilante in Awka, Anambra state. Read what Jide wrote below…. Sometimes in December, a thief came to our residence and made away with my #Legendary HP laptop,

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    CBN, Banks Target 60% Financial Inclusion By End 2016

    The Bankers’ Committee has said that it is throwing its weight behind increasing significant financial services inclusion for a majority of Nigerians before the end of 2016. Addressing journalists shortly after the committee’s meeting in Abuja, yesterday, the director, Banking Supervision, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mrs Tokunbo Martins, said that the committee extensively deliberated

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    #Synagogue building collapse: 54 South African corpses to be repatriated

    The Lagos State Government has given clearance for the repatriation of 54 South Africans corpses, which are part of the 116 victims that died in the Synagogue Church of All Nations building collapse on 12 September. Governor Babatunde Fashola gave the approval during a meeting with delegates of the South African government on Wednesday, 12 November,

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    Tariff Hike: NLC Shuts Down Electricity Distribution Companies Nationwide

    ` The organised labour on Monday paralysed activities in nearly all offices of the Electricity Distribution Companies nationwide, following its protest over increased in electricity tariff. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that protesters, led by labour leaders in states, picketed the companies in compliance to the directive of the labour unions NAN reports

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    Nigeria: Labour Movements Plan Nationwide Rally Against Electricity Tariffs

    By Chukwuma Muanya and Collins Olayinka Abuja — The organised labour and its civil society allies have planned to embark on a march on major government offices across the country to protest against the 45 per cent hike in electricity tariff. This comes as the Trade Union Congress (TUC) has described utterances of the Minister

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    Photo: Police Arrest Kidnapper’s Wife To Negotiate Victim’s Release

    Operatives of the Rivers State Police Command have arrested the wife of a suspected kidnapper, Mrs. Mercy Okachi, over the abduction of a youth leader in the state. Okachi was arrested at her residence in Ubima, Ikwerre Local Government Area after a cash sum of N10 million being the ransom paid was traced to the

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    The devaluation of the Naira: what experts say

    By now, everyone must have heard or read the article on the Economist titled ‘Crude Tactics‘. The article focuses on the current situation in Nigeria and the stand of the President. It has caused an uproar, so let’s talk about the devaluation of the Naira and the hike in prices which have been affecting our daily

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    Lassa fever kills one in Jigawa

    One person has died of Lassa fever in Jigawa State. Twenty-six others are under surveillance. Commissioner for Health Dr Abba Zakari Umar confirmed this yesterday. He said the victim was suspected to have contacted the disease in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. Dr. Umar explained that the Ministry of Health mobilised its Rapid Response Team (RRT),

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    10 dead, 30 injured in suicide attacks

    10 people have been reported dead in an explosion which occurred in Chibok, Borno State today, January 27, 2016. 30 people were also injured in the attack which was carried out by three suicide bombers, according to AFP. “They were suicide attacks. The first bomber set off his explosives at the checkpoint where people coming

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