You are a chief law breaker – Group slams IGP Idris

A group under the aegis of Coalition of Civil Society Organizations for Justice and Equity (Coalition-JE), has taken a swipe on the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Kpotun Idris, for what it described as “a show of shame”, in consistently disobeying

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Ministry holds stakeholders’ workshop on road, mass transit operations

Government officials, policy experts, transport operators and other stakeholders in the transport sector are meeting in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, to examine issues related to road transport in Nigeria. The meeting, which began on Thursday, is organised by the federal

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Petrol tanker fire kills two, burns four vehicles in Jos

An inferno that enveloped a petrol tanker has claimed the lives of two persons and burnt four vehicles in Jos, Plateau state. A witness, Sagiru Sani, said the incident occurred in a petrol filling station Friday night, between the hours

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Presidential aide fetes First Class UNIUYO law graduates

Two First Class graduates from the Nigerian Law School were on Wednesday honoured in Abuja for their exceptional academic performances. The two graduates, Kuseme Iseh and Inyene John, both from the University of Uyo, were in the Class of 2017

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Gani Adams in Ibadan, gets Ajimobi’s endorsement

The Governor of Oyo State, Abiola Ajimobi, has endorsed the Aare Ona Kakanfo designate, Gani Adams, describing him as a pride to the Yoruba race and well deserving of the title. Mr. Ajimobi bared his mind when Mr. Adams led

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ECOWAS discuss Morocco’s membership as summit opens in Abuja

The 52nd ECOWAS Heads of State and Government summit opened in Abuja on Saturday as leaders discuss Morocco’s membership of the bloc and the security situation in Guinea Bissau. Morocco had made its request to be a member of ECOWAS

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403 retired soldiers pass out at Oshodi training centre

Four hundred and three soldiers, who have completed a six-month training in new skills have formally bowed out of the service. The soldiers, comprising 281 from the Nigerian Army, 17 from the Nigerian Navy and 105 from the Nigerian Air

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Magboro residents protest IBDEC’s crazy bills, erratic power supply

Magboro community near the Ibafo-Mowe axis on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway hit the headlines last year for being without power for close to a decade. After being connected to the grid, residents now said they have not been enjoying seamless power

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Akwa Ibom governor disowns aide over Buhari’s cow comment

The Akwa Ibom State Governor, Udom Emmanuel, has disassociated himself from his aide who said that President Muhammadu Buhari cared more about his cows than Nigerians who are suffering economic hardship. The governor’s media aide, Essien Ndueso, Thursday, posted on

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Health workers’ union proposes N1.2 billion hospital

The Medical and Health Workers Union of Nigeria, MHWUN, is planning to build a 300 bed space specialist hospital to cater for the health needs of its members. The union, at the flag-off of the construction of another 150-bed space

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