UITH Resident Doctors Commence Strike to Protest Salary Deductions

[Daily Trust] The Association of Resident Doctors (ARD), University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH) Chapter, has commenced a three-day warning strike to protest against deductions in their salaries.

[Daily Trust] The Association of Resident Doctors (ARD), University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH) Chapter, has commenced a three-day warning strike to protest against deductions in their salaries.

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Mandatory DCS to Reduce Illegal Sale of Shares, Others

[Guardian] To checkmate cases of infractions in the nation’s capital market, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced that Direct Cash Settlement (DCS) policy would be made mandatory for all market investors’ effective Sept. 1, 2017.

[Guardian] To checkmate cases of infractions in the nation's capital market, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced that Direct Cash Settlement (DCS) policy would be made mandatory for all market investors' effective Sept. 1, 2017.

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Tension in Kaduna Over Demolition of Relaxation Joint

[Daily Trust] Kaduna -There was tension in Kaduna at the early hours of Friday over the demolition of the popular Green Apple relaxation joint situated opposite Post Office road, Sabo by High-Cost road in the state metropolis.

[Daily Trust] Kaduna -There was tension in Kaduna at the early hours of Friday over the demolition of the popular Green Apple relaxation joint situated opposite Post Office road, Sabo by High-Cost road in the state metropolis.

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Okowa, Ozoro Monarch, Others for Delta Sports Festival Closing Ceremony

[Guardian] After four days of competition, the 6th Delta State Sports festival will come to an end today at Ozoro Polytechnic Stadium.The closing ceremony, which was earlier scheduled for 2.00pm has been rescheduled for 12 noon to accommodate all the a…

[Guardian] After four days of competition, the 6th Delta State Sports festival will come to an end today at Ozoro Polytechnic Stadium.The closing ceremony, which was earlier scheduled for 2.00pm has been rescheduled for 12 noon to accommodate all the activities lined up by the organisers.

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Force Recalcitrant Chibok Girls to Return Home, Community Tells Govt

[Guardian] Maiduguri, Ibadan and Jos -Chibok community leaders have demanded that the girls in Boko Haram’s captivity, who allegedly refused to be freed, should be forcibly returned home.The Chairman of Kibaku Area Development Association (KADA), Hosea…

[Guardian] Maiduguri, Ibadan and Jos -Chibok community leaders have demanded that the girls in Boko Haram's captivity, who allegedly refused to be freed, should be forcibly returned home.The Chairman of Kibaku Area Development Association (KADA), Hosea Tsambibo, disclosed this yesterday in a statement in Maiduguri.

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Forum to Showcase U.S.$45 Billion Potential Earnings From Oil Palm Production

[Guardian] In line with government’s agricultural transformation drive and need to boost revenue, stakeholders in the oil palm production sector have stated that the country has over $45 billion yearly potential earnings untapped from the sector.

[Guardian] In line with government's agricultural transformation drive and need to boost revenue, stakeholders in the oil palm production sector have stated that the country has over $45 billion yearly potential earnings untapped from the sector.

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Dasuki – Court to Rule On Prosecution’s Request to Shield Witnesses

[This Day] Abuja -Justice Ahmed Mohammed of the Federal High Court in Abuja, will on June 15 decide whether to allow the prosecution witnesses billed to testify against the former National Security Adviser (NSA), Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd), to be screened…

[This Day] Abuja -Justice Ahmed Mohammed of the Federal High Court in Abuja, will on June 15 decide whether to allow the prosecution witnesses billed to testify against the former National Security Adviser (NSA), Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd), to be screened or not.

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Two Suspects Arrested in Diep River With Stolen Property

[SAPS] Western Cape: The vigilant Back-to-Basics approach of Diep River police members resulted in the arrest of two suspects for being in of possession of stolen property during the early hours of this morning. At approximately 02:15, during routine p…

[SAPS] Western Cape: The vigilant Back-to-Basics approach of Diep River police members resulted in the arrest of two suspects for being in of possession of stolen property during the early hours of this morning. At approximately 02:15, during routine patrols, a stolen vehicle was spotted in Main Road and following a brief pursuit through the areas of Retreat and Steenberg, it finally came to a halt in Hillview Road Hillview, when it collided with a wall. The driver of the vehicle and one passenger managed to evad

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Eskom – Molefe Returns to the Helm of the Parastatal

[Daily Maverick] Come Monday Brian Molefe will return to his position as CEO of Eskom following a dispute over his pension payout. This means that Molefe will no longer be a Member of Parliament. And while the Speaker of the National Assembly, Baleka M…

[Daily Maverick] Come Monday Brian Molefe will return to his position as CEO of Eskom following a dispute over his pension payout. This means that Molefe will no longer be a Member of Parliament. And while the Speaker of the National Assembly, Baleka Mbete wished him well, the ANC condemned the board of Eskom's decision to reinstate him saying it was "tone deaf to (the) public's absolute exasperation and anger at what seems to be government's lacklustre and lackadaisical approach to dealing decisively with corruption". By

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