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2019: We are not interested in coalitions, merger – APDA

The Advanced Peoples’ Democratic Alliance (APDA) has said the Party will not enter into any pact with other political parties or groups ahead of the 2019 general elections.

Federal government to deploy ICT-based tracking system for policy, project implementation

The Federal Government says it will soon deploy an ICT-based electronic monitoring and evaluation system to track programmes, policies and projects approved by the Executive Council.

Nigerian Army begins operation last hold in Borno, Lake Chad

The Chief of Army Staff, Lt Gen Tukur Buratai, Friday said the army would commence Operation Last Hold in northern Borno and parts of Lake Chad Basin to complete the decimation of the Boko Haram Terrorists and ensure the restoration of normal economic activities in the Zone.

Presidency distance self over fake Zahra Buhari Facebook account

The Presidency on Friday in Abuja raised alarm over fake Facebook account in the name of Zahra, President Muhammadu Buhari’s daughter.

NLC: Invasion of hallowed chamber a threat to democracy

The invasion of the hallowed chamber of the Senate on Wednesday by hoodlums and miscreants, who carted away the mace, has been described as “a violation of the sanctity of the Senate and a threat to democracy’’.

Opposition PDP calls for urgent inquest into Senate mace saga

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has called for urgent inquest into the security breach that characterised Wednesday’s invasion of the Senate and forceful removal of its mace.

PPP: Salary harmonisation will curb corruption

Mr Peter Ameh, the Chairman, Progressive Peoples’ Party (PPP), has appealed to the Federal Government to reconsider harmonisation of salary in public sector to curb corruption in the country.

NPHCDA to roll out optimised immunisation sessions

The National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA) says it will roll out the optimised routine immunisation sessions in 18 states that has poor routine immunisation indices in the country.

CAF Confederation Cup: NPFL clubs’ poor displays disappointing – fans

Some football enthusiasts have expressed disappointment in the poor performance of Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) clubs in the 2018 CAF Confederation Cup.

JOHESU defiant over current nationwide strike

The Joint Health Sector Union (JOHESU) says there is no going back on its current industrial action until the Federal Government meets its demands.

Expert: Broken homes leave children psychologically, emotionally weak

Mrs Deborah Menegbe, an Abuja based Life Coach and Counselling Officer, says divorce among married couple leaves children psychologically and emotionally exhausted.

NPHCDA: Nigeria needs N824 billion to buy vaccines over next 10 years

Nigeria needs about $2.7 billion (N824 billion) to buy vaccines over the next 10 years to enable it achieve its target of 84 per cent immunisation coverage by 2028, the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA) has said.

Assets recovery: Senator Uba faults Victor Uwajeh’s appointment

Sen. Andy Uba, representing Anambra South Senatorial District, has faulted the appointment of Mr Victor Uwajeh, by the Federal Government as a consultant to trace and recover public funds.

Man jailed for criminal breach of trust

A Kubwa Grade 1 Area Court, Abuja, on Friday sentenced 30-year-old Buhari Adam to five months imprisonment for criminal breach of trust.

SGF commends motor dealers for contributions to GDP

The Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Boss Mustapha, has commended motor dealers in the country, for contributing N400 billion to her Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

Police promote EFCC chief Ibrahim Magu, 17 others

The Police Service Commission (PSC) on Friday announced the promotion of 18 senior officers.

Court slams businesswoman N14 million bail over alleged N13 million scam

A Kubwa Grade 1 Area Court on Friday granted a 34-year old businesswoman, Joy Abiodun, bail for N14 million over an alleged N13 million scam.‎

Fedeal government to end dispute between permanent secretaries, ministers

The federal government is taking measures to bring to an end, the recurring disputes between permanent secretaries and other stakeholders in public sector administration.

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2019: We are not interested in coalitions, merger – APDA

The Advanced Peoples’ Democratic Alliance (APDA) has said the Party will not enter into any pact with other political parties or groups ahead of the 2019 general elections.

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