Enugu Govt to Introduce ‘Pay As You Work’ for Science Schools

[Vanguard] The Enugu State Science, Technical and Vocational Schools Management Board says it will soon introduce “Pay As You Work” model in payment of salaries to teachers in its employ.

[Vanguard] The Enugu State Science, Technical and Vocational Schools Management Board says it will soon introduce "Pay As You Work" model in payment of salaries to teachers in its employ.

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Ousted Beauty Queen Apologises for Posting Semi-Nude Photos

[Premium Times] The ousted ‘Miss Akwa-Ibom Teen’, Abasiodiong Eno-Inyang, who was dethroned for sharing semi-nude pictures to celebrate her birthday, has tendered an apology

[Premium Times] The ousted 'Miss Akwa-Ibom Teen', Abasiodiong Eno-Inyang, who was dethroned for sharing semi-nude pictures to celebrate her birthday, has tendered an apology

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We’re Making Steady, Remarkable Progress in Agriculture, Says President Buhari

[Vanguard] President Muhammadu Buhari has said the agricultural sector has witnessed steady and remarkable progress in the last two years, significantly reducing the food import bill of the country.

[Vanguard] President Muhammadu Buhari has said the agricultural sector has witnessed steady and remarkable progress in the last two years, significantly reducing the food import bill of the country.

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Benue Killings – Group Wants Govt’s Prompt Action to Stop Killing

[Vanguard] Benue Group, on Thursday called on the Federal Government to stop the killing of innocent citizens by Fulani Herdsmen, saying that they were tired of the siege on Benue state.

[Vanguard] Benue Group, on Thursday called on the Federal Government to stop the killing of innocent citizens by Fulani Herdsmen, saying that they were tired of the siege on Benue state.

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Senior Nigerian Lawyer Accused of Bribing Judge Wants EFCC’s N500 Million

[Premium Times] A lawyer, Rickey Tarfa, on Wednesday sought N500 million damages from the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, over alleged malicious prosecution.

[Premium Times] A lawyer, Rickey Tarfa, on Wednesday sought N500 million damages from the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, over alleged malicious prosecution.

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Benue Indigenes Storm NASS, Condemn Establishment of Colonies

[Vanguard] Abuja -Over two hundred indigenes of Benue state Thursday stormed the National Assembly Complex demanding that the Federal Government should jettison the idea of establishing colonies for cattle across the country.

[Vanguard] Abuja -Over two hundred indigenes of Benue state Thursday stormed the National Assembly Complex demanding that the Federal Government should jettison the idea of establishing colonies for cattle across the country.

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Despite Bailout, Paris Club Refund, State Govts Still Owe Months of Salaries – NAN Survey

[Premium Times] A survey by the News Agency of Nigeria in the North Central zone has revealed that state governments still owe workers in spite of the bailout funds provided by the Federal Government.

[Premium Times] A survey by the News Agency of Nigeria in the North Central zone has revealed that state governments still owe workers in spite of the bailout funds provided by the Federal Government.

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Nigerians Express Divergent Views On ‘Sex Dolls’ Debate

[Premium Times] An unusual phenomenon has been trending in the Nigerian Cyberspace. It is the introduction and sale of sex robots fused with Human Artificial Intelligence.

[Premium Times] An unusual phenomenon has been trending in the Nigerian Cyberspace. It is the introduction and sale of sex robots fused with Human Artificial Intelligence.

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Let’s Not Destroy Public Facilities, Boroh Begs Avengers

[Vanguard] The Coordinator, Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP), Brig.-Gen. Paul Boroh has pleaded with the Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) and youths of the region not to maintain the prevailing peace in the Niger Delta Area.

[Vanguard] The Coordinator, Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP), Brig.-Gen. Paul Boroh has pleaded with the Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) and youths of the region not to maintain the prevailing peace in the Niger Delta Area.

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