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Presidency: We’ve spent N49 billion on school feeding programme in two years

Mariam Uwais, special adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on social protection, says the federal government has spent N49 billion on the national home-grown school feeding programme.

Federal government releases N140 billion for Social Investment Programme in 2017

The Federal Government, on Thursday, said the sum of N140 billion out of the N500 billion budgeted for its Social Investment Programme (SIP) in 2017 has been released.

SERAP: 55 politicians, others stole N1.354tr between 2006 and 2013

A new report by the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has revealed how 55 politicians, high-level public officials and leaders allegedly stole N1.354tr between 2006 and 2013 from the nation’s treasury.

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Governor Wike: Loyalty required for appointments

Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike has reiterated that his second term appointments will be based on absolute loyalty, commitment to the vision of the administration and the capacity to deliver.
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Liverpool’s Joel Matip open to Bundesliga return

Liverpool’s Cameroonian defender Joel Matip has opened the door for a return to the Bundesliga.
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Deputy Senate President: Senator Alimikhena steps down for Omo-Agege

Another contender for the position of the Deputy Senate President in the 9th National Assembly, Francis Alimikhena, has stepped down from the race.
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Juventus set to sell four players to fund Paul Pogba transfer

Paul Pogba is set to become one of the most talked-about characters in the ongoing transfer window, as not only Real Madrid is interested in his services.

Blaise Matuidi: Leaving the pitch ‘not the best solution’ to racist abuse

Blaise Matuidi opted against leaving the pitch in protest when Juventus team-mate Moise Kean allegedly suffered racist abuse at Cagliari because it would have meant those purportedly involved "won".