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CSNAC asks EFCC to probe House of Reps Deputy Speaker Lasun Yusuf over ‘N1.1...

The Civil Society Network Against Corruption, which is a coalition of over 150 anti-corruption organizations, has asked the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to launch a thorough investigation into the N1.1 billion contract scandal allegedly involving the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Lasun Yusuf.

President Buhari inaugurates two Air Force combat helicopters

President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday in Kaduna inaugurated two Mi 35m combat helicopters to boost the attack capabilities of the Nigerian Air Force (NAF).

Nigerian Air Force promotes 50 senior officers

The Nigerian Air Force, NAF, Council has announced the promotion of its spokesperson and 49 senior officers to higher ranks.

Nigeria Air Force inaugurates hospital for troops

The Nigerian Air Force on Saturday inaugurated a 60-bed hospital in Port Harcourt to cater for the medical needs of wounded troops and their families.

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Sullivan Chime: Why I dedicated my book to Chimaroke Nnamani

Former Enugu State Governor, Sullivan Chime, says he dedicated the book on his eight year stewardship to his predecessor, Dr Chimaroke Nnamani, for giving him the opportunity to serve.
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Official: Drought leaves 30,000 people vulnerable in Botswana

At least 30, 000 people in Botswana have been left vulnerable to the impacts of climate change-induced drought that affected the country between 2014 and 2017, a senior government official said on Wednesday.