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Senate summons Babatunde Fashola over alleged $35 million spendings

The Senate on Wednesday began an investigation into the alleged plan by the Ministry of Power, Works and Housing to secure the release of $350m domiciled in the Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority to finance electricity projects.

Senate summons Minister Babatunde Fashola over $35m power project

The senate has summoned Babatunde Fashola, minister of power, works and housing, over $35 million power project.

General Electric states condition for investing in DisCos

The management of General Electric (GE), has set a fresh condition for it to invest in the Electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos).

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NBS: Abuja, Cross River, Zamfara residents paid highest transport fare in January

Residents of Abuja, Cross River, and Zamfara states paid the highest bus journey fare within the city in January, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has said.

Adams Oshiomhole: APC to resume campaign

APC’s National Chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, Saturday faulted the decision by INEC to bar political parties from embarking on another round of campaigns before the start of the rescheduled election.
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NBS: FAAC disbursed N270.17 billion to federal government in January

The Federation Account Allocation Committee (FAAC), disbursed the sum of N270.17 billion to the Federal Government in January, 2019, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has disclosed.
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Asa to headline 2019 MTN Bush Fire Festival

Nigerian-French musician, Asa Elemide, will headline the 2019 MTN Bush Fire Festival, according to organisers.
President Muhammadu Buhari says since 1978 when he was named the minister of petroleum till date, he has not lost interest in the oil sector.

President Buhari: INEC must not take us for granted

President Muhammadu Buhari, on Monday, said that the Independent National Electoral Commission, must not take Nigerians for granted.