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Minister: Federal government constructing quality, affordable houses for Nigerians

The Minister of State for Works, Power and Housing, Alhaji Mustapha Shehuri, has said that the federal government is constructing quality and affordable houses for Nigerians across the country under its National Housing Programme as part of its commitment to bridge the housing deficit in the country.

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NEITI wants new GMD to push for more reforms in NNPC

The Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI) on Thursday hailed the appointment of Mele Kyari as the new Group Managing Director (GMD) of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).
Hundreds of Osun-bound passengers, who had gathered at the Iddo Terminal of the Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC) in Lagos for the free train ride of the Osun Government ahead of the Sallah, were stranded on Sunday.

NRC attributes rail passengers drop to ongoing construction

The Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC) has attributed the drop to passenger traffic to the ongoing rail construction at the Lagos-Ibadan route.
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Donald Trump triggers anxiety over possible Iran attack

US President Donald Trump left journalists guessing on Thursday over whether the United States would hit Iran in retaliation for the shooting down of an American military drone.
Apple announced today that it’s issuing a voluntary recall for certain 2015-2017 MacBook Pro laptops due to the possibility of overheating batteries.

Apple recalls 2015-2017 15-inch MacBook Pros over battery flaw

Apple announced today that it’s issuing a voluntary recall for certain “older generation” MacBook Pro laptops due to the possibility of overheating batteries.

Fuel scarcity hits Calabar over marketers leadership crisis

The crisis over the leadership of the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association (IPMAN) in Cross River State has deepened leading to scarcity of petrol, especially in Calabar, the state capital.