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2018: President Buhari promises major facelifts in power, rail, roads

The Presidency on Saturday raised the hopes of Nigerians in the New Year with a pledge to ensure major facelifts in power, rail and roads, based on the present administration’s investment in infrastructure.

Nigeria’s trade balance increases from deficit in 2016 – Presidency

Presidential Spokesman, Mr Femi Adesina, says that Nigeria’s trade balance increased from deficit in 2016.

Key achievements of President Buhari’s administration in 2017

Despite global economic challenges and initial outlook of slow, or unlikely, recovery, the Nigerian economy trumped predictions and witnessed some remarkable changes in 2017, which include exiting from the worst recession in decades and a gradual stabilization of the naira.

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Governor Obaseki votes, hails peaceful polls

Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, has voted at about 10:30am.
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Unai Emery urges Arsenal consistency in top four chase

Arsenal manager Unai Emery has tasked his players to show more consistency in order to get their top four challenge back on track.
Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, the Lagos State governor, has exercised his voting right in his home town, Epe, Lagos State in Saturday’s Presidential and National Assembly elections.

Election: Governor Ambode votes in Epe, commends Lagosians, INEC

Akinwunmi Ambode, the Lagos State governor, has exercised his voting right in his home town, Epe, Lagos State, in Saturday’s Presidential and National Assembly elections.

INEC ad-hoc staff desert polling centre in Ibadan

Voters at some polling units in Ajibode area of Ibadan waited for hours for voting in the presidential and National Assembly to begin but the adhoc staff of INEC, mostly corps members, failed to show up.