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33,000 Litres Of Illegal Crude Oil Ceased In Rivers

From: Blessing Iruoma, Port Harcourt Men of the National Task Force on Illegal, Smuggling of Goods, Light Arms and Ammunition, in Rivers state have arrested a truck loaded with 33,000 litres  of crude oil at  Onne in  Eleme local council  …

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Clark Speaks On 2015 Elections

AHEAD of 2015 Presidential election, former Federal Commissioner for Information and Ijaw leader, Chief Edwin Clark yesterday said that ambition of any Nigeria for that exalted position will not divide Nigeria. This is coming barely four days after the South …

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Russia Legislators Pass ‘Gay Propaganda’ Ban

Controversial bills impose jail terms for promoting homosexual “propaganda” and for offending religious believers. Russia’s parliament has passed two bills that impose jail terms for people promoting homosexual “propaganda” to minors and those who offend religious believers. Ahead of Tuesday’s …

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Aviation College Not For Sale Says Rector

The Rector of the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology (NCAT), Zaria, Capt. Chinyere Kalu, has denied rumours of alleged plan by the Federal Government to sell the college. Workers of the college were jittery on Tuesday, following the deployment of …

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Jonathan Has Taken After Awolowo – Clark

The foremost Ijaw leader and politician,Chief Edwin Clark on Monday said that the development witnessed in the Yoruba land was as a result of the dynamic leadership style of the late Chief Obafemi Awolowo. Chief Clark who stated this in …

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NEITI Laments Dwindling Budgetary Provisions

The Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI) has lamented its treatment by the federal government, saying the government is, by its actions, crippling the agency’s activities. The agency, which has won local and international commendations for its audit of th …

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Plateau Threatens To Petition UN Over Mining Activities

Plateau State Government has threatened to petition the United Nations and seek redress on the past devastating mining activities of international corporations in the state. A communiqué issued after a three-day retreat for government officials in the state said the …

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