The Seriake Dickson Phenomenon in Bayelsa (II)

[Guardian] Former President Olusegun Obasanjo helicoptered into Yenagoa on the morning of February 16 to participate in the events marking Governor Dickson’s sixth anniversary celebrations. His first official assignment at the Bayelsa Heliport was the …

[Guardian] Former President Olusegun Obasanjo helicoptered into Yenagoa on the morning of February 16 to participate in the events marking Governor Dickson's sixth anniversary celebrations. His first official assignment at the Bayelsa Heliport was the unveiling of a plaque renaming it King Alfred Papapreye Diete-Spiff Heliport.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Respite As Lagos Pipeline Explosion Claims No Casualty

[Guardian] It was a relief of sorts for residents to learn that no life was lost to the explosion on a Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) vandalised pipeline yesterday morning along the LASU/Isheri Road, Iyana-Odo Bus Stop on Igando axis of…

[Guardian] It was a relief of sorts for residents to learn that no life was lost to the explosion on a Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) vandalised pipeline yesterday morning along the LASU/Isheri Road, Iyana-Odo Bus Stop on Igando axis of Alimosho council area of Lagos State. Residents and motorists were seen scampering for safety as the fire raged furiously.

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Ondo State PDP Elders Sure of Victory in 2019

[Guardian] The Elders Forum of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ondo Central Senatorial District has expressed confidence that the party would regain control of the Federal Government and the senatorial district in 2019.

[Guardian] The Elders Forum of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ondo Central Senatorial District has expressed confidence that the party would regain control of the Federal Government and the senatorial district in 2019.

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Incest Case Postponed to April

[New Era] Windhoek -Police investigations into the case of a father who stands accused of sexually violating his daughter and forcing her to abort numerous times are yet to be finalised.

[New Era] Windhoek -Police investigations into the case of a father who stands accused of sexually violating his daughter and forcing her to abort numerous times are yet to be finalised.

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Ekeh Urges Govt to Grant Tax Concessions to Save Tech Sector

[Guardian] Leo Stan Ekeh, serial digital entrepreneur and chairman of Zinox Group has charged the Federal Government to seriously consider extending exceptional tax concessions to the technology sector as a means of encouraging the huge undoubted youth…

[Guardian] Leo Stan Ekeh, serial digital entrepreneur and chairman of Zinox Group has charged the Federal Government to seriously consider extending exceptional tax concessions to the technology sector as a means of encouraging the huge undoubted youthful potential in the sector to create a new economy.

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MTN to List U.S.$5.2 Billion IPO On NSE in July

[Guardian] After years of procrastinating, telecoms giant, MTN, plans to list its Nigerian unit worth $5.23billion by July, in a debut initial public offering (IPO) on the Lagos bourse, and will raise fresh funds to reduce debt, according to pre-IPO pr…

[Guardian] After years of procrastinating, telecoms giant, MTN, plans to list its Nigerian unit worth $5.23billion by July, in a debut initial public offering (IPO) on the Lagos bourse, and will raise fresh funds to reduce debt, according to pre-IPO presentation seen by Reuters.

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Study Seeks Standard Measures Against Aviation Fuel Contamination

[Guardian] A pioneering local study on microbial contamination of aviation fuel and its handling system in the country has urged quality control agencies to intensify monitoring to enhance quality of supply to the industry.

[Guardian] A pioneering local study on microbial contamination of aviation fuel and its handling system in the country has urged quality control agencies to intensify monitoring to enhance quality of supply to the industry.

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The Namibian Loses Supreme Court Appeal

[New Era] Windhoek -Three judges of the Supreme Court yesterday dismissed an appeal by The Namibian newspaper against a judgement granted against it by former High Court Judge Kato van Niekerk.

[New Era] Windhoek -Three judges of the Supreme Court yesterday dismissed an appeal by The Namibian newspaper against a judgement granted against it by former High Court Judge Kato van Niekerk.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia