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Ahmed Rufai: Intrigues, In-Fighting Won’t Affect Operations Of NIA – Investigation

Controversies have continued to trail the appointment of Ahmed Rufai Abubakar as Director General, DG, of the National Intelligence Agency, NIA, but sources say this won’t affect the agency as it is merely a campaign of calumny.  By Gaaden Puun

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Sack Looms At NNPC

By Jonathan Ipaa, Abuja Nigerians continue to groan under another round of fuel scarcity that has defied every solution. Owing to this, plans have been concluded to effect a major shake-up within the system. The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC,

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FCT Primary Health Care Centres: Health Facilities Or Death Traps?

By Ebiere Eruemulor Despite being established to address pressing health needs at the grassroots level, Primary Healthcare Centres in the nation’s capital have become a shadow of themselves, in some cases even threatening the lives of patients. Mutiu is a

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Exposed! How Karu Int’l Market Was Re-Commissioned 16 Years After

By Gaaden Puun, Lafia For most residents of Mararaba, Ado and Oneman villages that jointly host the rechristen Muhammadu Buhari International Market,  Karu, Tuesday,  February 5th, 2018 will ever go down in their memories as the day of a presidential

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Senate, FG Clash On Security Of Lives And Property

The Senate and the Federal Government have again clashed on issues bothering on security of lives and property, as lawmakers challenged the government to ensure it carries out its responsibilities. By Abdul Ali Maha The upper chamber of the National

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Dirty Deals Rock NNPC As Senate Probes Over 5 Trillion Naira Subsidy Payments

By Fidelis Yughur The National Assembly  through its committee on Downstream Petroleum sector headed by  Senator Kabir Marafa (Zamfara Central) as part of the investigation process, has organised a 2 day Public  Hearing to gather memoranda from privileged, knowledgeable and

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2019: INEC On A Tight Rope

Despite introducing reforms and repositioning the electoral system and INEC, several hurdles still stare the electoral umpire in the face. BY AMINA ISAH It is precisely thirteen months before the 2019 general elections and the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC,

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Alaafin of Oyo in trouble

By Our Correspondent           The throne of the Alaafin of Oyo is an institution in Yorubaland. The occupant of the prestigious traditional institution is practically worshipped and adored by his subjects. The Alaafin is called many revered names such as

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Panic in Aso Rock

By Jonathan Ipaa, Abuja Indications are rife that President Muhammadu Buhari would effect a major change reshuffle next month with the injection of fresh blood and ejection of ministers believed not to have performed well or who are unable to

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Governor, son in asset scandal

By Taofeek Lawal, Abuja A serving governor in a North Central state, very close to the nation’s capital, is enmeshed in hidden assets imbroglio as searchlight are being beamed on his activities by the authorities concerned. It was confirmed that

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