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Borno’s SEMA spends N2 billion feeding IDPs

The Borno State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) on Saturday said it spent over N2 billion distributing food items and condiments to IDPs in the last four years.

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Schools closed, flights delayed after UK snowfall

Britain was recovering Monday after heavy snow brought freezing temperatures, shutting hundreds of schools and disrupting flights for a second day.

Driver docked over theft of bags of maize

A 24-year-old driver, Mansur Lawan, who allegedly stole 600 bags of maize worth N3.3 million from his employer, on Monday appeared before an Apapa Magistrates’ Court, Lagos.

Ronaldo v Neymar as Real draw PSG in Champions League

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Real Madrid will continue their bid for a first European Cup treble in 40 years against Neymar’s Paris Saint-Germain after the big-spending duo were on Monday drawn together in a mouth-watering Champions League last 16 clash.

Nigerian Breweries appoints new managing director

Nigerian Breweries Plc has announced the appointment of Jordi Borrut Bel as the company’s Managing Director/CEO.

Ibrahim Babangida University raises fees for non-indigenes

The management of the Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida University, Lapai, has increased fees for students of the institution who are not indigenes of Niger State.

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2019: Imo Assembly endorses Rochas Okorocha’s son-in-law for governor

Crisis brewing in the Imo State House of assembly may have escalated following the Assembly’s endorsement of Governor Rochas Okorocha’s son-in-law, Uche Nwosu, as a governorship aspirant in 2019.

Ogun govt debunks rumours of killer deworming drugs in primary school

Ogun State government has debunked the rumour of an alleged killer deworming drug administered to primary school pupils in the state and appealed to parents and guardians not to exercise any fear, rather, they should ensure that their wards benefit from the programme.

Army War College graduates 33 pioneer students

The newly-established Army War College, Nigeria, on Friday, graduated its 33 pioneer officers.

15 UN peacekeepers killed in DR Congo

The United Nations suffered its worst attack on a peacekeeping mission in nearly a quarter of a century on Friday when suspected Ugandan rebels attacked a base in the restive Democratic Republic of Congo, killing at least 15 peacekeepers.

FIRS challenges suit seeking tax relief for oil firms

The Federal Inland Revenue Service, FIRS, yesterday, asked the Federal High Court in Abuja to dismiss a suit by two oil companies, Midwestern Oil and Gas Company Limited and Suntrust Oil Company Nigeria Limited, seeking to be allowed to enjoy 5-year tax relief.