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FRC frowns at shoddy completion of FG projects

  Advises FG to capture projects in MTEF   The Fiscal Responsibility Commission (FSC), has frowned at shoddy completion of Federal Government projects across the country, and advised that projects should be executed within the relevant Medium- Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) to avoid inconsistency in project execution.   MTEF is a budget template prepared annually […]

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OLU OF WARRI TUSSLE: Prince Emiko has come to stay as Olu–Chief Emmanuel Okotie-Eboh

• Whatever they’ve done is mere window-dressing, says Ayiri Emami The last is yet to be heard about the succession tussle, which recently dovetailed into ‘the missing crown crisis’ regarding the Olu of Warri throne in the Kingdom in Warri South Local Government Area of Delta State. The supremacy battle within the ruling house and […]

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Imo jailbreak unanswered questions: Police Commissioner to blame for mismanaging intelligence –Ex CP

Last Monday’s attack by unknown gunmen on the Imo State Police command headquarter, Owerri and the Owerri Correctional Services, burning and substantially destroying both facilities may have come and gone but a number of nagging questions linger. To forestall a recurrence, this ugly incident needs to be critically reviewed, relevant questions asked and answers obtained. […]

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When Kalu shook Abia North with projects

Until Senator Orji Uzor Kalu became Abia North Senator in 2019 little was known about the capacity of a legislator to bring so much transformation to his constituency as he has done in just one and a half years.   Without exception all the local government areas in Abia North -Arochukwu, Bende, Isuikwuato, Ohafia and […]

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COVID-19 vaccines: Medical experts disagree on modalities, arrival of second batch

The arrival of vaccines for COVID-19 in Nigeria was greeted with enthusiasm. And immediately, discussions followed about the ethical challenges of how to ensure fair access to it across states and which groups should be prioritised. In this report, ISIOMA MADIKE and REGINA OTOKPA, look at the fears of analysts regarding the four million doses […]

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Maritime experts differ on planned deployment of Denmark’s frigate in Gulf of Guinea

Former President, Nigerian Association of Master Mariners (NAMM), Captain Adewale Ishola, has said that the decision of Denmark to bring their vessels to patrol the Gulf of Guinea beginning in November 2021 was a welcome development. He said that anti-piracy operations could only be mandated by the United Nation Convention of the Law of the […]

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North: A region in distress

In the build up to the 2015 general elections, Nigerians were upbeat that the insurgency which permeated and pervaded the North Eastern part of the country would soon become history if the then opposition All Progressives Congress (APC), won the election.   It was with this enthusiasm they voted massively for the party and its […]

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Smuggled diary tells how freed Chibok girls survived Boko Haram camp

  There was a rescue campaign on Twitter, but the women taken from a Nigerian school were saved by their strength and diplomacy The resistance began three months after the young women were taken from their school dormitory by Islamist militants and hidden in the depths of a forest. It would end in direct confrontation […]

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How we made millions from farming, by young Nigerians

Three young Nigerians recently held their counterparts spellbound at the Lagos State Agricultural Development Authority Training Hall, Oko-Oba, Agege, Lagos State, as they narrated how they made millions through farming. The three are Ogbole Samson, a specialist in horticulture and soilless farming; OdeTola Temitope, who is into fish farming, while Olagunju Olaitan is an expert […]

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Agriculture,one of Diri’s main priorities –Alabrah

Daniel Alabrah is the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor of Bayelsa State, Senator Douye Diri. Before now, Alabrah was Special Adviser on Public Affairs to the immediate past governor of the state, Seriake Dickson. In June 2012, he was appointed to head the Media and Communication Unit at the Presidential Amnesty Office in Abuja, […]

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