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Governor Ugwuanyi urges youth to shun cultism, embrace education

Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State has called on youths to shun cultism, and other anti-socio vices, saying education remains the best legacy parents and guardians can bestow on their children and wards.

Salaries: NLC scribe urges Bayelsa workers to be patient

The Secretary, Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Bayelsa chapter, Mr Dinipre Torukeregha, on Sunday urged civil servants who were yet to receive their December salaries to be patient.

Christmas: Bayelsa workers groan over unpaid salaries

Several civil servants in Bayelsa may have a bleak Christmas as they are yet to be paid their November and December salaries.

Enugu govt regularises appointment of 857 volunteer teachers

The Enugu State Government said it had regularised the appointment of 857 volunteer teachers in the state, five years after they were recruited.

Enugu public servants on surveillance over corruption

Enugu State Government said on Saturday public servants in the state are under surveillance due to high level corruption in the service.


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‘Non-indigenes’ urge Governor Wike to declare for second term

Some people who claimed to non-indigenes living and doing business in Rivers State on Wednesday endorsed the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, for a second term.

Lagos commissioner pledges govt support for community media

The Lagos State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Kehinde Bamigbetan, on Wednesday in Lagos pledged the State Government’s support and cooperation for Community Media in recognition of their role in history.

I don’t want killing of any ethnic tribe in Ekiti or reprisal – Governor...

The Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, has warned against the killing of anyone be it herdsman or farmer in the name of any clash relating to grazing in the state.

We’ll resist cattle colonies in Yorubaland – OPC

The National President of the Oodua Peoples’ Congress, New Era, Razak Arogundade, on Wednesday said the group would resist the plan by the Federal Government to establish a cattle colony in any part of Yorubaland.

Senate holds two-day summit on killings

The Senate on Wednesday continued with the debate on the killings by herdsmen and other armed groups across Nigeria.

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Africa alarmed by Donald Trump’s ‘shithole’ comment

Africa is “frankly alarmed” by President Donald Trump’s questioning why the U.S. would accept more immigrants from Haiti and “shithole countries” in Africa.

Engineer almost ejected by landlady emerges N20 million lottery winner

Sidney Osahon, 35, Engineer from Edo, who won the ‘Give ‘n’ Take N20 million’ National Jackpot Bonanza said, his landlady almost ejected his family hours before he won the lottery.

CHAN: Super Eagles going all out to beat Libya – Ifeanyi Ifeanyi

Super Eagles midfielder Ifeanyi Ifeanyi says Nigeria will be aiming for a win when they take on CHAN Group C leaders Libya on Friday.

Herdsmen killings: I stand by my word on communal clashes – IGP Ibrahim idris

Inspector General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris, has explained that he stood by his words that the Fulani herdsmen attack which left many of people killed, houses burnt remain a communal clash.

Nigerian Stock Exchange trading succumbs to profit taking, index down by 0.33 percent

Activities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange All-Share Index on Friday bowed to profit taking halting the six-day price rally with the All-Share Index dropping by 0.33 per cent.