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Jonathan Mourns Late Wole Adeosun

President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday described the death of former banker Chief Oluwole Adeosun as a painful and sad loss. A statement by presidential spokesman, Dr. Reuben Abati noted that President Jonathan who recalled Chief Adeosun’s laudable career in the …

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Lagos trains LASTMA, KAI officials

As part of efforts to continuously sharpen the skills of officers charged with the maintenance of law and order in the State, the Lagos State Government has scheduled a four-week training for members of the State’s Transport Management Agency (LASTMA), …

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Benue CNPP condemn the staging of national awards

The Conference of Nigerian Political Parties, CNPP, in Benue state has condemned the staging of the National awards ceremony on Monday, saying that the flood calamity that has affected different parts of the nation ought have informed the postponement of …

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Fuel queues emerge in Lagos

Like it happened in Abuja few weeks ago, sudden queues have emerged in Lagos, the nation’s commercial nerve centre. Several filling stations across the commercial city did not sell fuel on Sunday as motorists struggled to get the product. Investigations …

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Lagos government unfolds dental health plan

The Lagos State Government has unfolded plans to introduce preventive dental care programme in its Primary Health Care Centres from October starting with two Primary Health Care Centres. Speaking during a joint World Press Conference held at Bagauda Kaltho Press …

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Dana Plane Crash: 89 families get death certificates

No fewer than 89 families of victims of the June 3, ill-fated Dana plane crash have been issued death certificates. Gov. Babatunde Fashola of Lagos State disclosed this while speaking to newsmen shortly after holding a closed-door meeting with some …

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Abia govt returns 19 schools to original owners

Abia State government at the weekend returned 19 secondary schools to their original pre-civil war owners. The schools were taken over by the defunct East Central Government. The handing over ceremony was conducted under the chairmanship of Senator Ike Nwakachukwu. …

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Catholic Bishops urge Jonathan to fight corruption

Catholic Bishops have called on President Goodluck Jonathan and the nation’s leadership to display greater courage in tackling corruption, which has negatively affected national development. The bishops also urged Nigerians to embark on a national prayer against bribery and corruption. …

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