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Nigeria’s economy not booming – Ex-President Obasanjo

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has observed that Nigeria’s economy is not booming yet.

Anambra workers to get accumulated leave allowances

The Anambra State Government says it will pay the accumulated arrears of leave allowances owed its workers in November, 2017.

Anglican Bishop carpets President Buhari, says ‘you’ve failed Nigerians’

Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Afikpo, Ebonyi State, Rt. Rev. Paul Udeogu, on Saturday, carpeted President Muhammadu Buhari over what he called ‘his unfavourable style of leadership’ which he said has left many Nigerians in anguish.

Dead civil servant buried with money to ‘bribe’ God

The body of a Ugandan civil servant who was buried with Shs200m to “bribe” God, has been exhumed.

Anambra guber: Ekwueme’s daughter emerges Obaze’s running mate

Chidi Ekwueme-Onyemelukwe has emerged the running mate of Oseloka Obaze, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate in the November 18 Anambra governorship election.

Obiano distributes N258.5m to faith-based hospitals

Anambra State Governor Willie Obiano says his administration is committed to improving healthcare delivery across the state to provide affordable and accessible service for all.

Fela Kuti celebrated 20 years after death

It is exactly 20 years since Nigerian music legend and Afrobeat pioneer Fela Anikulapo Kuti died on August 2, 1997 at the age of 58.


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Traffic offenders may pay higher fines soon – FRSC chief

The Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Commission, Dr. Boboye Oyeyemi, has said that fines payable by traffic offenders may be increased this year, noting that the penalty stipulated by the law is rather low.

Court orders inquiry into demolition of Patience Jonathan’s property

The Federal High Court in Abuja on Monday directed an inquiry into the alleged demolition of a property in Abuja linked to the wife of former President Goodluck Jonathan, Mrs. Patience Jonathan.

Three killed by suspected rebels in eastern DR Congo

Suspected Ugandan Islamist rebels killed three civilians in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, despite an offensive by government troops, sources said on Monday.

Olisa Metuh’s ill-health stalls alleged N400m fraud trial

The absence of the former National Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Olisa Metuh due to ill-health on Monday stalled his trial before Justice Okon Abang of the Federal High Court in Abuja.

CHAN: Super Eagles want to win Group C – Salisu Yusuf

Coach Salisu Yusuf has said the CHAN Eagles are fired up to win Group C tomorrow so as to return to Tangier, where they have played their first two group games.

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Mexico has no evidence of Russian meddling in election

The Mexican Government has not got any evidence that Russia or Venezuela attempted to interfere in the election process in the country, Eduardo Sanchez, the Mexican cabinet spokesman said on Wednesday.

Former CIA agent arrested with top secret info

US authorities said Tuesday they had arrested a former CIA agent, Hong Kong resident Jerry Chun Shing Lee, after discovering he had an unauthorized notebook that had the identities of undercover US spies.

FRC to unveil draft national governance code in March

The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) of Nigeria said it has received a mandate to unveil the first of three phases of the National Code of Corporate Governance by the end of the first quarter of 2018.

Governor Tambuwal to distribute fertilizers worth N104 million

Gov. Aminu Tambuwal of Sokoto State on Saturday announced the purchase of N104 million worth of locally made fertilizer for distribution to farmers across the 23 Local Government Areas of the state.

Customs impounds N19m banned rice, vegetable oil in Katsina

The Katsina State Command of the Nigeria Customs Service has impounded various quantities of banned vegetable oil, rice, mosquito coils and used clothes, valued at about N19 million, from smugglers operating within the border locations in the area.