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Governor Akeredolu battles staff over control of Abuja property

By Lubem Gena, Abuja A housing estate located on number 9, Gwandu street, Area 11 in Abuja, has generated bad blood and in-fighting between the Ondo state government and its civil servants who were posted to the state’s liaison office

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Its ‘hell on earth’ as police trainees beg for drugs, water in Cross River

By Asare Asare, Calabar Just like many batches before them, the present 530 young Nigerian graduates and non-graduates admitted recently for training at the Police Training School in Odukpani, Cross River State are passing through real hard times to survive

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Nigeria’s unsteady march towards a performance based budgeting system

The need to further strengthen a performance based budgeting system to help rejuvenate the nation’s ailing economy has been identified by stakeholders as key in the aftermath of the presentation of the 2017 budget. Aljazirah Nigeria looks at the multiple

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Tension mounts over controversial Benue council polls

By Lubem Gena The June 4th, local government council polls in Benue state organised by the Benue State Independent Electoral Commission (BSIEC) under the leadership of Dr. John Tor Tsuwa might have come and gone but massive controversies have trailed

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‘Igbo Quit Notice’: Another civil war looming?

A coalition of Northern groups has given all Igbo residents in the 19 states of the north a three-month ultimatum to quit or be forced out of the region after the expiration of the October 1, 2017 deadline. AljzirahNigeria looks at the

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While Nigeria remains fixated on oil, Netherland rakes in millions through Agriculture

Nigeria, a country blessed with abundant natural and human resources, has over the years been racked by issues of under-development because of warped government policies and perhaps the persistent dependence on oil. Netherlands’ case is a direct opposite. By Lubem Gena,

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A day out in Nigeria’s ‘Zimbabwe’

By Gaaden Puun, Abuja Zimbabwe is African famous nation where Roberts Mugabe is holding sway as its president since the country’s independence. But there exists a hot social joint along the Abuja-Keffi expressway, also known as Zimbabwe. Everything is sold

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In the midst of anguish, missing Chibok girls’ parents express profound hope

Aljazirah Nigeria spoke with parents of some abducted Chibok girls yet to be released penultimate week. It was a tale of resilience, hope and pain in the midst of their inhuman trial. By Amina Isah A horrific experience On the

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The inside story of North-central’s perhaps oldest social joint (Feature)

By Gaaden Puun, Abuja ‘Asabe Guntu Special Joint’ prides itself as the oldest modern social joints along Akwanga -Lafia highway in North-central Nigeria. AljazirahNigeria was recently there. Its customers believe the joint provides high quality social services such as undiluted

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Allegations and counter allegations over bomb blast victims’ plight

Victims allege neglect Allegations untrue, incorrect says VSF boss By Mariam Sanni, Abuja “Life has been cruel to me since I lost my leg’’, this was the statement made with a shaking voice by one of the victims of bomb

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