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14 missing Dapchi schoolgirls may miss SSCE

Against odds that may impede an early release of the 110 girls kidnapped by gunmen from the Government Girls Science and Technical College (GGSTC), Dapchi, Yobe State, there are indications that 13 of the identified students may miss the 2018 May/June West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

Federal govt releases names, other details of missing 110 Dapchi schoolgirls

The Federal Government has released the names and other details of the 110 girls who have yet to be accounted for, following the attack on the Government Girls Science and Technical College (GGSTC), Dapchi, Yobe State, on 19 Feb. 2018.

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One feared killed as gunmen attack PDP rally in Rivers

One person was reportedly killed while the Chairman of Ikwerre LGA of Rivers State, Samuel Nwanosike, narrowly escaped death on Wednesday as gunmen attacked a rally organised by some chieftains of the People Democratic Party in Ipo community.

Official: We will guard against fuel scarcity in Kogi

The Petroleum Products Monitoring Committee in Kogi has assured members of the public in the state of its resolve to guard against fuel scarcity, particularly during festive and electionering periods in the area.
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Palace, thirty other houses set ablaze in Cross River

The palace of Chief Edward Osim, the Paramount Ruler of Abi local Government Area of Cross River State and father-in-law to former President Goodluck Jonathan has been reportedly set ablaze by their Ebom neighbours in a communal conflict between the two communities.
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Police take over Anambra Assembly complex

Armed police personnel were on Thursday deployed in strategic areas leading to the Anambra State House of Assembly to prevent unpleasant situation.

Rotimi Amaechi: Why GE pulled out of railway concession, overhaul deal

The federal government Thursday gave reasons why American firm – General Electric (GE), pulled out of a planned $2.7 billion deal to concession and rehabilitate Nigeria’s narrow gauge railway, stating that GE was no longer in the business of transportation and had to hand over its interest in the deal to another firm.