Support Group, POVC, Holds Road Walk In Abuja For Peter Obi

By Njoku Vincent A Support Group, Peter Obi Voters Community, POVC, on Saturday held a road walk to sensitize the public on the upcoming Abuja Mega Million Rally of the Labour Party slated for September 24, and scheduled to take

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History Will Remember Queen Elizabeth’s Peaceful Disposition – Gov Sule

By David Christopher, Lafia Nasarawa state Governor, Engr Abdullahi A. Sule has through the British High Commission in Nigeria condoled the Government and People of the United Kingdom over the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Governor Sule expressed profound sadness

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About 700,000 People Commit Suicide Annually – WHO

By Blessing Otobong-Gabriel World Health Organization, WHO, has said globally, it is estimated that over 700,000 people commit suicide annually with 77 per cent of all global suicides occurring in low and middle income countries. The Country Representative, WHO, Dr

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‘The Crown’ Season 6 To Pause Filming Over Queen Elizabeth’s Death

Fans of Netflix’s ‘The Crown’ may have to wait longer than 2023 for the debut of its sixth and final season in the wake of Queen Elizabeth II’s death. According to Deadline, show creator Peter Morgan hinted that filming which

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Copyright Commission Approves MCSN To Operate As CMO

The Nigerian Copyright Commission, NCC, has approved the Musical Copyright Society of Nigeria, MCSN, to operate as the only Collective Management Organisation, CMO, in the nation’s music and sound recordings industry. The Director-General of NCC, Dr John Asein, said this

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Charles III, Now Great Britain’s King

Life and times of late Queen Elizabeth II Tributes pour in from world leaders Putin to be absent at funeral BY Ameh George, Abuja On the heels of Queen Elizabeth II demise last Thursday, the throne passes spontaneously and without

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Concerns Over Recent 250% Hike In DTA For Public Officers  

Amid scarce revenue the Federal Government has increased Duty Tour Allowances, DTA for public office holders and civil servants. Specifically, the government has approved the upward review of DTAs for ministers, permanent secretaries and federal civil servants on level one

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A Queen Leaves Behind Grief-stricken World

The death on September 8 of Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch prompted an outpouring of remembrances and tributes from politicians, musicians, film & TV personalities, sports franchises and cultural institutions within and outside the United Kingdom. Her effusive but

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