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Recall Notice: Again, Melaye evades Service

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By Omeiza Ajayi ABUJA – The embattled Senator representing Kogi West, Dino Melaye was Tuesday absent from his office when officials from the legal department of the Independent National...

Tue Sep 26th, 2017     Read More →

Breaking: INEC officials storm NASS to serve Melaye recall notice

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The Independent National Electoral Commission has served Senator Dino Melaye with recall notice at his office at the Senate wing of National Assembly. Sen. Dino Melaye on Monday, denied claims...

Tue Sep 26th, 2017     Read More →

STRIKE: Govt after our lives, Kogi labour leaders cry out

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By Boluwaji Obahopo LOKOJA—The Leadership of organized Labour in Kogi State has alleged threats to their lives from the state government over the ongoing strike by the state workforce. The...

Tue Sep 26th, 2017     Read More →

Abaribe, Jewish High Priest risk jail as lawyer says Kanu’s whereabouts unknown

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By Ikechukwu Nnochiri ABUJA – Unknown whereabout of the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mr. Nnamdi Kanu, may have placed a serving Senator, Enyinnaya Abaribe and...

Tue Sep 26th, 2017     Read More →

Recall: Melaye denies evading recall petition, timetable service

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Sen. Dino Melaye on Monday, denied claims that he was evading the service of petition and timetable for his recall from the Senate, by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). Melaye...

Mon Sep 25th, 2017     Read More →

Kogi labour strike political, sponsored — GOVT

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By Boluwaji Obahopo Lokoja—Kogi State government has disagreed with Labour unions over allegations of unpaid salaries. According to the government, Labour union leaders are out to misinform...

Mon Sep 25th, 2017     Read More →

Day African calabash was closed

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It was praises galore for Otunba Segun Runsewe and the National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC) at the closing ceremony of the 2017 African Arts & Craft Expo recently in Abuja. The 22-day...

Mon Sep 25th, 2017     Read More →

Hajj: Max Air returns 23,000 pilgrims to Nigeria

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Max Air Limited said it had so far returned no fewer than 23,000 pilgrims to Nigeria since the commencement of airlift of pilgrims after the 2017 Hajj in Saudi Arabia. This is contained in a...

Sun Sep 24th, 2017     Read More →

Kogi labour leaders on smear campaign- Govt

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The Kogi State Government has disagreed with Labour unions over allegations of unpaid salaries, saying Labour union leaders are out to “misinform the people for selfish...

Sun Sep 24th, 2017     Read More →

IPOB and Fulani herdsmen: One nation, double standards

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Was I surprised that the Federal Government (FG) declared the unarmed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) a terrorist organisation? No! I am only surprised that many Nigerians were surprised. For...

Sat Sep 23rd, 2017     Read More →

Kogi NLC, TUC seek for monarchs intervention over dispute with govt

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The organised labour in Kogi has called on prominent traditional rulers in the state to intervene in the ongoing industrial dispute in the state. The Trade Union Congress (TUC), Nigeria Labour...

Sat Sep 23rd, 2017     Read More →

Strengthen peace efforts in communities, ActionAid charges FG, State, local govts

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ActionAid Nigeria has called on government at all levels to sustain and strengthen all efforts and activities that promote peace among peoples of different communities and ethnic groups in the...

Sat Sep 23rd, 2017     Read More →

Indigenous oil and gas companies are coming of age – Meka Olowola

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Meka Olowola is the Managing Partner of Zenera Consulting. A branding and communications advisory firm with a Nigerian’s foremost Energy practice with two offices in Nigeria and one in...

Sat Sep 23rd, 2017     Read More →

Churches, mosques not affected by NGOs’ regulation bill

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Deputy Majority Leader of the House of Representatives Buba Jibril says the house will pass the 2010 Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) Regulation and Co-ordination Bill to forestall illegal...

Fri Sep 22nd, 2017     Read More →

423 die, 2,339 wounded in road accidents in July – FRSC

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The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says 423 persons died and 2,339 others were wounded in 768 road traffic accidents across the country in July. The agency disclosed this in the July edition of...

Fri Sep 22nd, 2017     Read More →