Monthly Archives: September 2016

Doctors vow to resist pay cut, lament payroll fraud

The National Association of Resident Doctors has urged the Federal Government to curb the financial leakages in federal teaching hospitals. The resident doctors on Friday urged the government to enrol doctors on the Integrated Personnel Payroll System before October 30. … Continue reading

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Boko Haram region could become world’s worst crisis – UN

In this photo taken on September 15, 2016 women and children queue to enter one of the Unicef nutrition clinics at the Muna makeshift camp which houses more than 16,000 IDPs (internaly displaced people) on the outskirts of Maiduguri, Borno … Continue reading

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Nigeria takes on oil majors over ‘illegal exports’

Chevron and Total on Friday failed to have a court throw out a case implicating them in the alleged failure to declare billions of dollars of crude exports from Nigeria. The US and French companies are among up to 15 … Continue reading

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Edo Election: Obaseki’s victory is reward of APC hardwork – Bello

Edo election: Gov. Sani Bello of Niger has described the victory of Mr Godwin Obaseki, the All Progressives Congress (APC) governor-elect of Edo, as a reward for dedication and commitment to service by the party. This was contained in a … Continue reading

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FG to make Zamfara hub of agriculture – Osinbajo

The Federal Government is planning to use the arable land in Zamfara to make the state a leading agriculture hub in the country, the Vice-President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, said. The vice-president announced this at the launch of the Maru township … Continue reading

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Don’t protect corrupt people, NHRC tells senior lawyers

THE National Human Rights Commission, NHRC, yesterday, came down hard on senior lawyers and others in the public service using human rights to shield corrupt people from prosecution and justice. Executive Secretary of the commission, Prof. Bem Angwe, who was … Continue reading

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7 killed as militants in military camouflage attack army base in Cross River

Seven members of a militant group, the Bakassi Strike Force led by the most wanted criminal Benjamin Ene alias G1, were killed after they attacked troops position in the early hours of Friday in Cross Rivers state. According to the Assistant … Continue reading

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