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President Muhammadu Buhari in one fell swoop on Friday night appointed 209 board chairmen and 1,258 members of government owned agencies and parastatals, redeeming a part of the pledge he made on October 31 at the National Executive Committee meeting of his All Progressives Congress.
The National Social Investment Office (NSIO) on Wednesday described as misleading, claims that the Federal Government was providing N50 per meal for pupils’ feeding in public primary schools in Kaduna State.
Mpape Grade 1 Area Court, Abuja, on Wednesday fixed Oct.2 for trial of three men: Shedrack Francis, Richard Osita, and David Asuquo, docked for alleged electricity energy theft from Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC).
The European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has proposed a new alliance with Africa to deepen economic relations and boost investment and jobs.
The police boss, who paid courtesy call on Governor David Umahi, in Government House, Abakaliki, the state capital, stated his administration’s readiness to purge the state of all crimes and criminals.
The Dreamville Festival in which Davido was expected to perform has been postponed indefinitely due to Hurricane Florence.
Also the Mobile Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) for active mobile lines in July was 125,444 as against 217,566 in June, a decrease of 92,122.
Senator Ifeanyi Araraume, a governorship aspirant under the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the party’s immediate past National Organizing Secretary, Senator Osita Izunaso, have formally dumped the APC for the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA).
The Lagos State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) on Thursday said no fewer than 100 aspirants had picked up nomination forms to contest the state House of Assembly primary election in the last two days.
A Zimbabwean independent legislature, Temba Mliswa, has reportedly taken a public HIV test in response to what he described as unfounded media allegation that he had the virus.
Malaysia’s opposition-led Senate blocked an effort to repeal a law against “fake news” on Wednesday, presenting the first major challenge for the new government of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad.