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Restructuring: Ohanaeze Ndigbo attacks Tanko Yakasai

However, in a statement by its Spokesperson, Chuks Ibegbu, Ohanaeze warned “Yakasai and people like him who have kept the country down for years due to their antiquated and fixated stand on national issues to stop their antics and allow the present generation of Nigerians whom they want to stagnate to work out a progressive nation for all.”

OML 29 is not for sale – Aiteo

Following its acquisition of OML 29 after Shell Petroleum Corporation divested the asset, Aiteo Group has dispelled rumour of putting up asset for sale to repay loan acquired from Nigerian banks.

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Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe

Enyinnaya Abaribe: Senate harmonising regulations on electricity theft, tampering

The Senate is working toward harmonising all the regulations on electricity theft and tampering, which are scattered in several other regulations, into a single bill.

Anambra Assembly divided over speaker impeachment

Anambra State House of Assembly, has been left in confusion over the purported impeachment of Speaker Rita Maduagwu.
Muhammadu Buhari

Muhammadu Buhari declines assent to Institute of Chartered Biochemist Bill

President Muhammadu Buhari has declined assent to the Institute of Chartered Biochemist and Molecular Biologists of Nigeria Bill 2018, recently passed by the National Assembly.

Okezie Ikpeazu seeks collaboration with police against street cultism

Gov. Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia has solicited for the support of the Nigerian Police Force in curbing street cultism in the state.
Zimbabwe President elect Emmerson Mnangagwa addresses a press conference at State House in Harare, on August 3, 2018. Mnangagwa defended the landmark election in which he was declared victorious, despite claims from the opposition of vote-rigging. MARCO LONGARI / AFP

Zimbabwean generals deny troops shot and killed 6 protesters

Zimbabweans have reacted with stunned disbelief to the testimony by two generals who denied troops killed six people in August when the military was called in to crush protests following the country's disputed elections.