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Udom Queries Non Remittances Of Gas Revenues By IOCs As FAAC Reviews Allocation

Iniobong Sunday, Uyo Worried by non remittances of revenues from gas resources, governor Udom Emmanuel has accused the Federal Government (FG) of robing the oil producing states of vital earnings that should have been deployed into developing the region to

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ANOCA Secretariat Commissioned, Sports Minister Breaks 10-year Jinx

… IOC Names Nigeria Olympic Capital City of Africa BY JOEL AJAYI The minister of Youth and Sports, Mr. Sunday Dare broke a ten-year jinx as he led an international delegation with the president of the International Olympics Committee (IOC),

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I’m Happy To Be In Nigeria – IOC President

By Joel Ajayi President of International Olympic Committee, IOC  Thomas Bach on Wednesday  expressed happiness over the warm welcome reception given to him by Nigerians on his visit to giant of Africa. IOC President in company of ANOCA President Mustapha

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Swiss Accounts Blocked Over Suspected Nigerian Oil Bribery Case

The Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland (OAG) has blocked various bank accounts in Switzerland over an alleged oil bribery scheme linked to Nigeria. This came as executives from oil giants Shell and Eni are due to stand trial

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Three Russians among six disqualified by IOC over failed Beijing 2008 drugs tests

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has stripped more Russian athletes of medals for failing drugs tests at the Beijing 2008 Games. Silver and bronze-winning weightlifters Marina Shainova and Nadezhda Evstyukhina have been sanctioned along with 4x400m runner Tatyana Firova. Russia

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Rio Olympics 2016: Russia not given blanket Games ban by IOC

Russia will not receive a blanket ban from Rio 2016 following the country’s doping scandal. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will leave it up to individual sports’ governing bodies to decide if Russian competitors are clean and should be allowed

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Doping: Retests uncover 45 new failures from London and Beijing Games

A further 45 athletes have tested positive for banned substances after a second set of samples were re-analysed from the London and Beijing Olympics. Of these, 23 were medallists from the 2008 Games, according to the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

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