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The Police in Gombe has said it has arrested a five-man syndicate that specialise in defrauding unsuspecting members of the public through the sale of fake American Dollar notes in Gombe.
The Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria (PASAN) has sealed off the National Assembly complex as it began a four-day warning strike.
Ndigbo have said that there seems to be a scheme to exclude them from the Nigeria political equation, stressing that there will be need for them to negotiate with other interest groups, ethnic nationalities to create an enabling political structure, if they will remain relevant in the country.
Cambodian premier Hun Sen on Monday opened the country’s largest hydropower scheme, swatting aside dire warnings about the environmental impact of the $780 million projects and its effect on local communities.
“The proposed merger would involve Access Bank acquiring the entire issued share capital of Diamond Bank in exchange for a combination of cash and shares in Access Bank via a Scheme of Merger,” the disclosure, sent to the Nigeria Stock Exchange, said.
Delta State Governor Ifeanyi Okowa has congratulated Team Delta for emerging the overall winner at the 19th National Sports Festival which ended in Abuja on Sunday.
No fewer than 378 primary and secondary schools teachers in Auyo Local Government Council of Jigawa have been promoted to their next grade levels by the Jigawa Government.
President of the United Nations General Assembly María Fernanda Espinosa Saturday called on countries to forge uncommon partnerships to tackle rising conflicts and displacements across the world.
The security court in Comoros has handed down life sentences with hard labour to four senior opposition figures and lengthy jail terms to several others for plotting against the state.
Ahead of the scheduled 2019 general elections, Governor Aminu Bello Masari of Katsina State has urged the All Progressives Congress (APC) stakeholders in the area to mobilise at least 3.8 million votes to ensure victory for the party at all levels.
Jail time, angry mobs and assassination attempts — editor Sener Levent has paid a price for challenging Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and authorities in breakaway northern Cyprus through his tiny newspaper.