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Ndume should face trial declares court

Senator Mohammed Ndume has a case to answer on the terrorism charges preferred against him by the State Security Service, SSS, for allegedly having unholy alliance with the terrorist group, the Boko Haram. Ndume had applied for a no-case submission …

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EFCC arraigns two fraudsters over forgery

For involving themselves in $281,000 fraud, two man, Adeyemi Waheed also known Ahmed Abbas and Ademola Adeshina alias Usman are before a Federal High Court presiding over by Justice Ugochukwu Ogakwu to face trial. They Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, …

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Lagos State gets new Chief Judge

Justice Ayotunde Ayoola Philips has been sworn in as the new chief judge of Lagos State. The swearing-in  done in line with section 271 of the 1999 constitution(as amended) which provides that a state governor on the recommendation of the …

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Court declares Islamic Banking Illegal

The controversy surrounding the issuance of licenses for the operation of Islamic Banks by the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, deepened at the weekend after a Federal High Court in Abuja declared this form of banking illegal and unconstitutional. Presiding …

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House to Jonathan: Implement Report on Fuel Subsidy

*suspends Farouk from Subsidy, Education Committees Despite the bribery allegation leveled against the chairman of the House Ad-hoc Committee on Fuel Subsidy regime, the House of Representatives on Friday morning insisted that it stood by the report of the committee, …

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FG to step up girl-child education projects

The Federal Government will step up advocacy and implementation of girl-child programmes to improve access to quality education, Minister of State for Education, Barr. Ezenwo Nyesom Wike has stated. Speaking in Gusau during an advocacy and sensitization visit to Zamfara …

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53 corps members to extend their stay in Lagos

  53 out of the 9000  corps members posted to Lagos state for the 2011 Batch B service year have been asked to repeat the service year for absconding from service during the mandatory service to their fatherland. This was …

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Benue Government dislodges block makers

The Benue State Government on Thursday demolished the block production facilities along the River Benue bank in Makurdi, the state capital, insisting that the block makers must relocate. The demolition exercise affected about 2000 block makers operating under the aegis …

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Plateau STF Commander visits victims of Jos bomb blast

Victims of the last church bombing in Jos receiving treatment at the Bingham University Teaching Hospital, BUTH, were on Thursday visited by the Special Task Force, STF, Commander Major General Henry Ayoola. The STF commander was at the health facility …

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