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NNPC: We’ve kept up with $5.1bn JVCC repayment plan

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) says it has kept to the terms of the agreement of the 5.1 billion dollars repayment plan it entered into with international oil companies with respect to the Joint Venture Cash Call (JVCC).

NBS: Net FAAC allocation in 2017 stands at N1.73 trillion

The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) says the net Federal Account Allocation Committee (FACC) allocation to the 36 states in 2017 Fiscal Year stood at N1.73 trillion.

NBS to release 179 reports on economy

The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) is to release no fewer than 179 reports on different sectors of the economy this year.

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2019: INEC assures of credible election in Taraba

Ahead of the 2019 general elections, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), in Taraba State, has assured the people that with or without the Electoral Act bill being signed into law, the Commission would deliver free, fair, credible and acceptable elections in the state.
Monaco head coach Thierry Henry blasted his players for a lack of desire after their 3-0 defeat against Lyon.

Thierry Henry blasts Monaco players after Lyon defeat

Monaco head coach Thierry Henry blasted his players for a lack of desire after their 3-0 defeat against Lyon.
The US military has said it killed 62 al-Shabab fighters in six air raids on Saturday and Sunday in the vicinity of Gandarsh in Somalia's south-central Banaadir province.

US army says 62 al-Shabab fighters killed in Somalia air strikes

The US military has said it killed 62 al-Shabab fighters in six air raids on Saturday and Sunday in the vicinity of Gandarsh in Somalia's south-central Banaadir province.

Simi, Ahmed Musa, others win at 2018 The Future Awards

Alternative music star Simisola Ogunleye aka Simi, actress, Zainab Balogun, internet comedian, Mark Angel and footballer, Ahmed Musa, won prizes at the 2018 ‘The Future Awards’.

CAF: No decision on 2021 Nations Cup hosts

The Confederation of African Football (Caf) has confirmed that no decision has been taken to force Ivory Coast to host the 2023 Nations Cup rather than 2021.