Ali Too Old, Unfit Sack Him – Melaye, Others Tell Buhari

[Vanguard] THE Senate, yesterday, asked President Muhammadu Buhari to immediately sack the Comptroller-General of Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, Col Hameed Ali (rtd.), because he is too old and unfit to hold public office.

[Vanguard] THE Senate, yesterday, asked President Muhammadu Buhari to immediately sack the Comptroller-General of Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, Col Hameed Ali (rtd.), because he is too old and unfit to hold public office.

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It Took Me Seven Years of Writing UTME, Says Best LASU Graduating Student

[Vanguard] A pregnant woman, Mrs Elizabeth Orefuwa, who was Lagos State University, LASU, best graduating student in 2015/2016, says she wrote the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, seven times before gaining admission.

[Vanguard] A pregnant woman, Mrs Elizabeth Orefuwa, who was Lagos State University, LASU, best graduating student in 2015/2016, says she wrote the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, seven times before gaining admission.

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ASUU Strike – Stakeholders Call for Another Stroke of Mediation

[Vanguard] AS the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, held its zonal meetings across the country on Tuesday, warning the Federal Government to desist from deducting salaries and pay shortfalls, education stakeholders are calling for mediation b…

[Vanguard] AS the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, held its zonal meetings across the country on Tuesday, warning the Federal Government to desist from deducting salaries and pay shortfalls, education stakeholders are calling for mediation between the duo, saying the feud is a bad omen.

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Govt Not Ready to Give Kanu Fair Trial – IPOB

[Vanguard] The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, yesterday alleged that the All Progressives Congress, APC-led government was not ready for the fair trial of its leader, Mr Nnamdi Kanu, but rather, it has always looked for a way to eliminate him.

[Vanguard] The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, yesterday alleged that the All Progressives Congress, APC-led government was not ready for the fair trial of its leader, Mr Nnamdi Kanu, but rather, it has always looked for a way to eliminate him.

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Widening Agricultural Productivity

[Ethiopian Herald] Recently, Ethiopia has launched the new Agricultural Extension Strategy, which is considered to speed up the transformation of Ethiopian agriculture. The Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources had recently tabled the new Strat…

[Ethiopian Herald] Recently, Ethiopia has launched the new Agricultural Extension Strategy, which is considered to speed up the transformation of Ethiopian agriculture. The Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources had recently tabled the new Strategy for discussion with stakeholders.

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Why Manufacturers Head to Ethiopia

[Ethiopian Herald] Manufacturing companies put preconditions of various kinds before investing in a given country. In this context, Ethiopia has been toiling to win the hearts of investors by providing enabling policies and infrastructure.

[Ethiopian Herald] Manufacturing companies put preconditions of various kinds before investing in a given country. In this context, Ethiopia has been toiling to win the hearts of investors by providing enabling policies and infrastructure.

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Transitioning Ministry of Justice to Federal Attorney General

[Ethiopian Herald] After the downfall of the Derg regime in 1991, the then transitional government of Ethiopia did try to do its level best to establish the judiciary body relatively to be independent of the executive branch of the government.

[Ethiopian Herald] After the downfall of the Derg regime in 1991, the then transitional government of Ethiopia did try to do its level best to establish the judiciary body relatively to be independent of the executive branch of the government.

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Tourism Brand Gets Amharic Equivalent

[Ethiopian Herald] Habeteselassie Tafesse who coined previous tourism brand ’13 months of sunshine’ and dubbed as the father of Ethiopian tourism, gets recognition for his excelled contribution to Ethiopia’s tourism development and growth.

[Ethiopian Herald] Habeteselassie Tafesse who coined previous tourism brand '13 months of sunshine' and dubbed as the father of Ethiopian tourism, gets recognition for his excelled contribution to Ethiopia's tourism development and growth.

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Inter-Tribal Marriages – Do They Work?

[Vanguard] Every thought of her new beau Uche had Osariemen bubbling with excitement. Uche, a 31-year-old, hails from the southeast, Anambra State precisely; while Osariemen, 26, hails from the south-south, Edo to be precise. They were practically fall…

[Vanguard] Every thought of her new beau Uche had Osariemen bubbling with excitement. Uche, a 31-year-old, hails from the southeast, Anambra State precisely; while Osariemen, 26, hails from the south-south, Edo to be precise. They were practically falling head over heels for each other. Eight months into their relationship, Osariemen succumbed to Uche's request to meet her father.

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Extra Judicial Killings – Why Govt Should Compensate Victims’ Families

[Vanguard] AS denials continue to trail the report by Amnesty International, which indicted the Nigerian military and police of killing no fewer than 240 people, including babies in Borno State and 177 pro Biafran agitators, another group; this time, a local one, International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law, Intersociety, has released yet another report, cataloguing countless numbers of extra-judicial killings in the last 20 months.

[Vanguard] AS denials continue to trail the report by Amnesty International, which indicted the Nigerian military and police of killing no fewer than 240 people, including babies in Borno State and 177 pro Biafran agitators, another group; this time, a local one, International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law, Intersociety, has released yet another report, cataloguing countless numbers of extra-judicial killings in the last 20 months.

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