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Governor Ajimobi Reopens Secondary Schools In Oyo

The people of Oyo State, Nigeria and indeed the whole world will recall the highly condemnable events of Monday 6th June 2016 which witnessed violence and wanton destruction of government property and those of individuals and corporate bodies by students and teachers of some schools in Oyo State. This violent …

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Federal Government Release Fresh N50bn Loan to 35 Distressed States

The Federal Government has begun the disbursement of the first tranche of the N90bn conditional loan facility to some of the 35 states that have so far applied for the loan. The Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, had on June 14, while announcing the N90bn conditional loan facility to states, …

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Man Found Dead In Soak Away Pit In Ogun Shortly After Dinner (Graphic photo)

At Odewale area of Opeilu in Agbado, Ifo Local Government Area of Ogun State, a man named Kamorudeen was found dead inside a soak away pit. According to The Nation, the 32-year-old commercial bus driver was said to have visited the toilet shortly after he had dinner around 11 pm …

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UNIABUJA Lecturer Slumped and died while jugging (So Sad)

The university of Abuja entire students, admin, and staffs mourns the death of one of there beloved lecturers “Late Mr Sani”, who slumped and died, while jugging, earlier. The economics lecturer, “Late Mr Sani’s” burial arrangement’s currently in progress. May his soul rest in peace.

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Governor Fayose Bans Cattle Grazing In Ekiti State

Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State has banned grazing and rearing of cattle in the state. This is just as the governor urged all those interested in cattle farming to get their own private cattle ranch. This disclosure was made on Monday by the governor, during his visit to Oke-Ako …

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Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) Suspend Strike, Called To Resist New Petrol Price

The Ayuba Wabba faction of the Nigeria Labour Congress has suspended an industrial action called to resist the new price of petrol. The leader of the union announced the suspension on Sunday. It came after an emergency meeting of its organs – the National Working Committee and the National Executive …

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NLC to Meet by 2pm This Afternoon For a Crucial Meeting

NLC to Meet by 2pm This Afternoon For a Crucial Meeting, LEADERS of the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, led by Ayuba Wabba, will meet today in Abuja, to critically review the ongoing nationwide strike and protests to force government to reverse the N145 pump price of petrol to the pre-Wednesday …

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Top Yoruba Actor And Ex ANTP Chairman, Ajiboye Fatai Onibuade Is Dead

Top Yoruba Actor And Ex ANTP Chairman, Ajiboye Fatai Onibuade Is Dead Alhaji Ajiboye Fatai Onibuade, the former Chairman of ANTP(Association of Nigerian Theater Arts Practitioners) has died. The veretan actor popularly called Legend gave up the ghost at an hospital in Ikeja Lagos on Tuesday the 17th of May. …

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Lagos State Government Dismisses 100 LASTMA Officials And Demotes Many

The Lagos State Government has Dismisses 100 LASTMA Official, The State Commissioner for Transportation, Dr Dayo Mobereola, said that no fewer than 100 officials of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) were dismissed in the last one year. Mobereola said this while responding to questions from journalists at the …

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(incredible) See Photo Of A New Born Baby Born With Tail In China

A baby born with a tail has got the tail removed by doctors on Thursday. The 11-month-old baby Yangyang (pseudonym) was born with a tail in Yibin, southwest China’s Sichuan province. Yangyang’s mother had not been told about any abnormality during prenatal examinations at a local hospital and was startled …

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Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) to review Strike Action next Week

The leader of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Ayuba Wabba, has said the organisation will, by the middle of next week, review the indefinite nationwide strike action it declared on Tuesday night if the government is willing to open more windows of dialogue. He made this known on Thursday morning while …

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Notorious Armed Robber, EMMA-B Set on fire by Mob in Warri (Photo & Video)

The 9th day of May 2016 will forever be a date that strikes fear in the hearts of criminals in Warri as a certain Emma B, 22, at the early hours of today met his waterloo as he was another jungle justice subject when an angry mob set him ablaze …

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Curfew To Hold Tomorrow In Ikorodu Lagos for ORO Atonement, Women To Stay Indoor

Residents of Ikorodu especially women should beware as Ikorodu Oro curfew is set to hold on Tuesday May 10, 2016 The Oro Celebration forbids women from coming out throughout the curfew period. Women are advised to stay indoors from 12 midnight on Tuesday till 12am early hours of Wednesday May …

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Nigerian Communication Commission to Fine MTN & Others N5m For Unsolicited SMS & Calls

NCC said via leadership.ng that the Commission in a ‘New Direction,’ issued to 13 mobile operators by the legal and regulatory department of NCC, plans to sanction any network that refuses to implement it on or before June 30, 2016, the shortcode of 2442 for subscribers to opt-in to the …

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Former Nigeria Boxer Francis Aiyegbeni is Dead (picture)

Former Nigerian boxer Francis Aiyegbeni is dead! He was said to have passed away on Saturday May 7, at the University College Hospital, in Ibadan. It was however disclosed that the hospitality mogul, who owned D’ Rovans hotel as well as Walan hotel had been struggling with partial stroke, as …

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Names of the Student suspended in Lagos State University (LASU) over Cultism

The Management of the Lagos State University (LASU), has suspended four students from the institution over cult related activities and improper conducts. The suspension which was made known in the university’s official bulletin quoted the institution as saying that conducts of the suspended students could cause breach peace on the …

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(Picture) Physical witness share picture of Herdsman and their cattle At CBN Quarters In Abuja

This physical witness share the picture above with the caption “personally took this pix morning inside CBN quarters in the heart of Abuja. the question now is,”are there grasses inside the estate for this cattles to graze”

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(Photo) An epileptic policeman slump while on bike along yaba, Lagos

According to reports, this policeman fell down from his motorcycle after experiencing an epileptic seizure at Yaba area of Lagos on Saturday (yesterday). The policemen broke his nose in the process of falling. The incident sent cold chills through the spines of people around -as they watched him lay helplessly. …

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Adekunle Ajasin University suspends 24 students indefinitely and 5 expelled for examination malpractice (Names)

The authorities of Adekunle Ajasin University has suspended the following students indefinitely for acts of secret cultism and destruction of the University properties.. see list below Amos Benjamin Balogun Oluwatosin Akinsola Francis Adewole Mabel Ayeni Micheal Ayobioloja Kehinde George Ojo Ayomide Oludehinwa Akingbade Oguniye Olushola ADEDOYIN Adeola Akinbinu Daniel Ajewole …

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[photos] Unilag Lock all Hostel and Forced Student to Sleep Outside for Accept squatter

As the Exams draw ever closer for the university of lagos Students, It Appears That it will spell doom for more people than ever undecided,Ever since the resumption of students in the university of lagos and the enforced indemnity and reabsorption forms signed, the school management are doing everything in …

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[Photo] Female Traveller Caught with 3.230kgs Of Cocaine in MMIA

A female traveller, Rose Igbainoba, has been arrested with 193 wraps of cocaine inside packs of sweets at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos. The whitish substance tested positive to cocaine and weighed 3.230kgs. Anti-narcotics officials discovered the drugs in the luggage of the 24-year old Igbainoba, who was …

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Federal Government declare Monday May 2nd as public holiday to celebrate workers day

The Federal Government has declared Monday, 2nd May, 2016 as public holiday to mark the 2016 Workers’ Day Celebration. In a statement signed by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Interior, Bassey Akpanyung, on Thursday, workers are enjoined to continue to support the President in his desire to fight corruption, ensure …

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2016 Budget to go into full operation in the next few days time – Osinbajo

The Federal Government has re-assured Nigerians that the 2016 budget is expected to go into full operations in the next few days. This assurance was given by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo who was a guest speaker at the 12th edition of ‘The Platform’, an annual national discourse put together by …

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Adekunle Ajasin University (AAUA) Shut Indefinitely Over Protest

Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, AAUA shut indefinitely following students aggressive protest. The Vice Chancellor of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (AAUA), on behalf of the Senate has directed that the University be closed down immediately. The University is hereby closed down till further notice. The closure was due to indiscriminate destruction …

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Federal Government To Publish Names Of Treasury Looters

There are indications that the Central Bank of Nigeria is awaiting directive from the Attorney General for the Federation, before publishing the names of those that have looted the treasury. A top official of the bank on Saturday confided in our correspondent that the publication of the names of treasury …

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Another Kogi State APC Former governorship candidate is dead

Prince Rotimi Obadofin, a former governorship candidate in Kogi state, is dead. Vanguard reports that the late politician was a front line member of Afenifere and hailed from Aiyegunle Gbede, in Ijumu local government area of Kogi state. Obadofin contested on the platform of the defunct Action Congress of Nigeria …

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Federal Government declares March 25th, 28th as public holidays to celebrate Easter

The Federal ‎government has declared Friday, March 25th and Monday, March 28th as public holidays to mark Good Friday and Easter celebrations respectively. Minister of Interior, Abdulrahman Dambazau, made this known in a statement issued by the acting Permanent Secretary in the ministry, Alhaji Muhammadu Maccido in Abuja today March …

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JAMB Cancels Two Examination Centres & Relocates Candidates

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has cancelled two centres due to poor facilities. This was disclosed by the the Coordinator, National Headquarters Annex of the board in Lagos, Dr Beatrice Okorie. The centres are Huntview Technology Limited, No. 4, Ayanboye St., Anthony village and the New Ocean Comprehensive …

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Senate Approves 3 Years JAMB Result Validity, Sets UTME Registration Fee to N2,500

Following the investigation launched by the Nigerian Senate over the activities of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), the upper legislative chamber has resolved to review the registration fee for the entrance exam into higher institutions downwards and extend the validity period of the results. The inquiry into the …

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[Photo] JAMB Accuse student of stolen registration card & withheld his result

I come across this news on Nairaland this morning, and I decided to share it with you guys. Below is the victim statement; I registered for jamb mid January ,reprinted and wrote my exam today after a smooth accreditation .. So this evening I decide to check my result on …

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