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Flight Delay Stalls Hearing Against Nasarawa West APC Candidate

Flight Delay Stalls Hearing Against Nasarawa West APC Candidate The delay of the flight of Justice Afolabi Nehizena, trail Judge of the Federal High Court Lafia has stalled the case against Shehu Tukur, Nasarawa West Senatorial candidate of All Progressives Congress (APC). The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) recalled that …

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MLGWUI Calls For Removal Of Unathourised Street Signboards

MLGWUI Calls For Removal Of Unauthorised Street Signboards Migrant Labour General Workers’ Union International (MLGWUI) has called on the Ministry of Roads and Highways, Accra Metropolitan Authority (AMA), District Assemblies, Signage and Advertising Associations to team up to remove old/unused and unauthorised signboards or billboards from roads and streets especially …

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Ebonyi PDP Crisis: Sacked Ọnụ Approaches Supreme Court, Seeks To Be Reinstated

Ebonyi PDP Crisis: Sacked Ọnụ Approaches Supreme Court, Seeks To Be Reinstated From Beverly Egwu Abakaliki The sacked chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP) Ebonyi state chapter, Mr. Silas Ọnụ at weekend approached the Supreme Court appealing the decision of the appeal court that sacked him. The appellate court …

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How New FIRS Training Strategy Will Save Billions In Few Years

How New FIRS Training Strategy Will Save Billions In Few Years By Kelechi Okoronkwo For big and critical organisations such the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) which has a workforce of over 11,000 staff, the issue of human capacity development is a big deal. With the preponderance of technology in …

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Fake Naval Officer Arrested In Nasarawa State- Police

Fake Naval Officer Arrested In Nasarawa State- Police The Police Command in Nasarawa State have arrested a fake Naval Officer in the state. DSP Ramhan Nansel, Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) made the disclosure in a statement he signed and made available to newsmen on Saturday in Lafia. According to …

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Nasarawa Govt. Apprehends 103 Persons For Violating Sanitation Laws

Nasarawa Govt. Apprehends 103 Persons For Violating Sanitation Laws The enforcement teams from the Nasarawa State Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources on Saturday arrested 103 persons for allegedly violating environmental sanitation laws. Mr Abubakar Mohammed, Chief Prosecuting Officer of the made the disclosure to newsmen in Lafia after the …

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Court Nullifies Ebonyi LG Elections 5 Days To Inauguration

Court Nullifies Ebonyi LG Elections 5 Days To Inauguration From Beverly Egwu Abakaliki A Federal High Court sitting in Abakaliki Thursday nullified the local government elections held on July 30,2022 in Ebonyi state. This development is coming 5-days to inauguration of the newly elected council chairmen. The court sitting presided …

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Group Offers Free Medical Services To 1, 500 Indigents In Akwanga LGA

Group Offers Free Medical Services To 1, 500 Indigents In Akwanga LGA A group under the aegies of Kwantamania Political Movement for the re-election bid of Gov. Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State has offered free medical services to 1,500 indigents at Akwanga Local Government Area (LGA) of the state. Speaking …

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NBC: NLC Calls For Downward Review Of Broadcast Licence Fees

NBC: NLC Calls For Downward Review Of Broadcast Licence Fees The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), has called for a downwards review of the broadcast operating licence fees due to the current economy situation in Nigeria. President of the Congress, Comrade Ayuba Wabba in a statement described as drastic, dramatic. draconian, …

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Ex Ebonyi SSG Wants Police To Investigate Removal, Destruction Of Billboard

Ex Ebonyi SSG Wants Police To Investigate Removal, Destruction Of Billboard From Beverly Egwu, Abakaliki The former Secretary to the Ebonyi state government and the governorship candidate of the All Progressive Grand Alliance(APGA) Prof Benard Odoh Tuesday called on the commissioner of police, Ebonyi state headquarters to investigate the removal …

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