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From left: Health, Safety and Monitoring Officer, TOTAL, Kinsley Ezeonyia; Education Officer, Abimbola Oshikoya; Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Education Manager, Azu Azuike; Deputy General Manager, Government Relations, TOTAL, Sonye Allanah; Principal, Government Girls College (GGC), Maiduguri, Hajia Yagana Mohammed; General Manager, CSR, NNPC, Ahmed Laminu; and Science Teacher, GGC, Maiduguri, Baba Mohammed, during presentation of over 400 science textbooks and 5 computer systems to the College by NNPC/TOTAL as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility, in Abuja

Total, NNPC donate books, other items to Maiduguri college

Total Exploration and Production (E&P) Nigeria Limited, in collaboration with NNPC, has donated 400 science textbooks, five computers and accessories with printers to the Government Girls’ College, Maiduguri.

Sultan tells federal government to hold community responsible for General Idris Alkali’s disappearance

The Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs under the leadership of its President-General, the Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar, CFR, mni, has stated his displeasure on the recent plateau crisis and the disappearance of Major General Idris Alkali (rtd).

IBEDC drags UCH to NERC over N217 million debt

The management of Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) on Monday dragged the University College Hospital Ibadan (UCH) to the arbitration panel of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) over a N217 million debt.
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MTN, Google train 40 SMEs on digital marketing

In its bid to continually empower Small and Medium scale entrepreneurs (SMEs) with practical skills to implement effective digital marketing strategies, over 40 SMEs recently benefited from the digital marketing training provided by MTN Nigeria in collaboration with Google.
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All Premier League completed transfer deals

The Premier League summer transfer window was shut on Thursday with the familiar craze of the deadline day. Several teams bolstered their side while some didn't bother getting new faces in.
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Oil spill destroys over 50 fishing settlements in Bayelsa community

The Oil and Gas Producing Areas Enlightenment and Empowerment Initiative (OGPAEEI), an NGO, in Bayelsa, says over 50 fishing settlements have been destroyed by the recent oil spill in Aghoro 1 and 2 communities.
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US candidate for top UN job loses to Portugal’s Antonio Vitorino

Former Portuguese politician Antonio Vitorino was elected as chief of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) on Friday in Geneva, as the U.S. failed to secure this UN leadership post for the first time in five decades.

AfDB to support Nigeria, others on industrial policy

The African Development Bank (AfDB) says it will support five countries with industrial policies to help boost development in the region.

Alex Ferguson leads praise of Arsene Wenger’s legacy at Arsenal

Sir Alex Ferguson has led the tributes to outgoing Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger by calling the Frenchman "without doubt one of the greatest Premier League managers."

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