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Firefight, Police Loss Inspector To Bandits, Others Injured In Niger

From Mathew Jwantu, Minna Arm banditry in Niger has taken a new dimension as a police inspector, Ibrahim Chibok killed, many others injured in a firefight in kanji village. Confirming the incident, the Police Public Relations Officer in Niger, Muhammad Abubakar, in a statement on Monday said Chibok was killed …

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U.S, Nigeria To Improve Labour Relations-Beth

  The United States of America labour department and her Nigeria counterpart are set to consolidate on her existing labour relationship. This was contained in a statement Tuesday in Abuja by the U.S ambassador to Nigeria, Mary Beth Leonard at the ministry of Labour and Employment when she paid a …

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IPMAN Laments Illegal Activities On Nigeria Waterways

The Head of Surveillance of Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) has lamented over the activities of unauthorised persons aiding and abetting illegal practices around the waterways as well as oil and gas installations in the country. According to a statement signed by IPMAN Publicity Secretary, Comrade Ossy Favour …

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Area Council Workers To Get Minimum Wage By February Ending ‘ *Unions put members on red alert

Following an ultimatum by workers of the six area councils in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) over non implementation of minimum wage, a committee put in place by the Minister of state, FCT , Hajia Ramatu Tijani have agreed to pay the workers by February ending. The category of workers …

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2,000 Schools Shutdown, Not Our members- NAPPS

From Mathew Jwantu, Minna The Chairman National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) Niger state chapter Mr. Alalade Femi has declared that the 2,000 schools shut down by the government were unregistered schools and not members of NAPPS in the state. Responding to newspaper report that 2000 schools were …

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