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CBN Faults Governors’ Alarm on Recession

CBN Faults Governors’ Alarm On Recession

The central bank of Nigeria (CBN) has dismissed the alarm raised by governors that the economy may relapse into recession by the middle of next year. Zamfara state Governor Abdulaziz Yari, who doubles as the chairman of the Nigeria governors’ forum (NGF), during a three-day retreat for returning governors and …

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Messi warns, It’s not over yet.


Messi Barcelona captain Lionel Messi warned his teammates that their place in the Champions League final is still not sure despite his two-goal round in a 3-0 semi-final first leg win over Liverpool on Wednesday. Liverpool was left to regret what could have been yesterday at the Camp Nou as …

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Ngige To Workers: Buhari’ll Bequeath Buoyant Economy

Ngige To Workers Buhari’ll Bequeath Buoyant Economy

Chris Ngige Minister of labor and employment Dr. Chris Ngige has said that President Muhammadu Buhari is committed to lifting workers and leaving a legacy of service and buoyant economy,. In a message to mark workers’ day, Dr. Ngige said the president gave states bailout to pay salary and pension …

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EFCC Gets App To Detect Stolen Funds

EFCC Gets App To Detect Stolen Funds

EFCC Gets App To Detect Stolen Funds The international criminal police organisation, (Interpol) has provided the economic and financial crimes commission, (EFCC) with an application that will enhance intelligence sharing in the tracking of organised crimes, including money laundering and terrorism-financing. The Interpol, which receives billions of information yearly, will …

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Zainab Aliyu’s: Fed Govt delighted by release.

Zainab Aliyu’s

Zainab Aliyu Mr. Geoffrey Onyeama Foreign Affairs Minister yesterday uttered Nigeria’s appreciation to Saudi Arabian authority for releasing Zainab Aliyu, who was held for suspected drug trafficking offence. Miss Aliyu, and Ibrahim Abubakar, student of the Maitama Bello University, Kano, who were incorrectly accused of importing banned substances to Saudi …

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Cross River Workers Unhappy With May Salary Advance

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Cross river state governor, Prof Ben Ayade, has promised to pay the new N30, 000 minimum wage approved by the federal government. Prof. Ayade, who spoke through the secretary to the state government, Tina Agbor, promised to implement the new minimum wage as soon as necessary modalities are sorted out …

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523 Children Languishing In Anambra Prisons – NHRC


NHRC The national human rights commission has said that no fewer than 523 children are detained in various prisons in Anambra state. The Anambra state coordinator of the national human rights commission NHRC, Mrs. Nkechi Ugwuanyi, stated this at the Onitsha prisons during an interface with some juvenile inmates. Mrs …

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Jonathan Leads Observers To Monitor South Africa Elections


Goodluck Jonathan Former president Goodluck Jonathan has arrived in Johannesburg, South Africa, along with election observers to monitor the South African national and provincial elections. This comes a year after Jonathan led observers to monitor elections in Sierra-Leone. This was also confirm on his a Facebook which indicated his arrival  …

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Governors Fuel Insecurity To Raise Security Votes – Magu


Magu The acting chairman of the economic and financial crimes commission, Mr Ibrahim Magu,  hit at state governors, saying that some of them deliberately fuelled insecurity in their states just to collect more money as security vote. He noted that some of the governors now covertly promote insecurity as justification …

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Instagram to Hide Number of Likes on Posts


Instagram Facebook-owned Instagram has confirmed it is testing a feature that hides the total number of likes on photos and videos to try and focus attention on posts rather than the likes they get. The feature will be initially tested in Canada. Shopping is also becoming more integrated into the …

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