Aero Raises Hope for Redundant Workers

[This Day] The management of Aero Contractors has given assurance to the workers who were relieved of their duties and put on redundancy by the airline, saying that many of them would be re-absorbed.

[This Day] The management of Aero Contractors has given assurance to the workers who were relieved of their duties and put on redundancy by the airline, saying that many of them would be re-absorbed.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Explosion Destroys School in Umuahia

[Guardian] A huge fire from an explosion at Saclux Paints Industry in Umuahia, the Abia State capital, yesterday destroyed a missionary school building in the neighbourhood.

[Guardian] A huge fire from an explosion at Saclux Paints Industry in Umuahia, the Abia State capital, yesterday destroyed a missionary school building in the neighbourhood.

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Our Shareholders Helped us Clinch Pearl Award Laurels, Says United Capital

[Guardian] United Capital (UCAP) Plc has attributed its clinching of the outstanding 2017 PEARL of the capital market award to increased investors’ appetite in the shares of the company on the stock market.

[Guardian] United Capital (UCAP) Plc has attributed its clinching of the outstanding 2017 PEARL of the capital market award to increased investors' appetite in the shares of the company on the stock market.

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Atiku Rejoins PDP, Pledges Good Leadership, Jobs for Nigerians

[Guardian] Abuja -The camp of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was upbeat yesterday following the return of former Vice President Atiku Abubakar who left it for the All Progressives Congress (APC) in February 2014.

[Guardian] Abuja -The camp of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was upbeat yesterday following the return of former Vice President Atiku Abubakar who left it for the All Progressives Congress (APC) in February 2014.

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Participants Ready for Chess Heights Monthly Championship

[Guardian] Over fifty chess players from across the country are expected to participate in the December edition of Chess Heights monthly championship slated to hold today at Maxton Hotel and Suites, 50 Ajose Street Mende, Maryland, Lagos.

[Guardian] Over fifty chess players from across the country are expected to participate in the December edition of Chess Heights monthly championship slated to hold today at Maxton Hotel and Suites, 50 Ajose Street Mende, Maryland, Lagos.

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Ibadan On Olayinka’s Watch

[Guardian] He came in at a very turbulent time; at a time when the country was about to experience economic recession. Obviously, the climate was quite inclement, but as a good sailor is known only in tumultuous current of air, Prof. Abel Idowu Olayink…

[Guardian] He came in at a very turbulent time; at a time when the country was about to experience economic recession. Obviously, the climate was quite inclement, but as a good sailor is known only in tumultuous current of air, Prof. Abel Idowu Olayinka appears to be sailing through the storm with an uncommon calmness and placidity.

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Let’s Stop Talking About Corruption

[Guardian] Let’S stop talking about corruption. Let’s do something about it, something intelligent, something within the bounds of the law and fairness, something devoid of selective sanctions, propaganda and media trial. The recurrence of corruption a…

[Guardian] Let'S stop talking about corruption. Let's do something about it, something intelligent, something within the bounds of the law and fairness, something devoid of selective sanctions, propaganda and media trial. The recurrence of corruption as a theme in coup day speeches and in maiden speeches of successive military strongmen who, by force and not by a constitutionally granted mandate, took over reins of government in Nigeria, challenge us to act and not just to talk.

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Okowa, Ojougboh in Tug of War

[Guardian] Asaba -THEY were ordinarily supposed to be the best of buddies, but the river between Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa and Chief Cairo Ojougboh is as wide as the River Niger. In the rough and tumble world of politics, where ethnic loyalty…

[Guardian] Asaba -THEY were ordinarily supposed to be the best of buddies, but the river between Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa and Chief Cairo Ojougboh is as wide as the River Niger. In the rough and tumble world of politics, where ethnic loyalty is the order of the time, the two political heavyweights share so much in common.

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