As Civilian President, Buhari Is Using Economic Recession to Punish Nigerians – Fayose

[Vanguard] Ekiti State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose has faulted the Federal Government decision to effect increment in Pay As You Earn (PAYE) tax, pension and National Housing Fund (NHF) deductions, which were applied on gross salary, making some of the…

[Vanguard] Ekiti State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose has faulted the Federal Government decision to effect increment in Pay As You Earn (PAYE) tax, pension and National Housing Fund (NHF) deductions, which were applied on gross salary, making some of the workers to have as much 30 per cent reduction in salary and that as a 'military head of state, Buhari used gun to deal with Nigerians, bu now as a civilian president, he is using economic recession to punish Nigerians and adding salt to injury by using inhuman taxes to

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‘Limpopo Farm Attack Shows It Is Not All About Race’

[News24Wire] The arrest of a relative of the farmer killed at his smallholding near Thabazimbi on Friday illustrates that not all farm attacks involve race, Sanco said on Sunday.

[News24Wire] The arrest of a relative of the farmer killed at his smallholding near Thabazimbi on Friday illustrates that not all farm attacks involve race, Sanco said on Sunday.

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Football Bosses Exchange Insults

[Zambia Reports] Suspended FAZ vice-president Richard Kazala yesterday hired a horde of cadres who he stationed near the VIP section to insult his boss Andrew Kamanga.

[Zambia Reports] Suspended FAZ vice-president Richard Kazala yesterday hired a horde of cadres who he stationed near the VIP section to insult his boss Andrew Kamanga.

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Govt to Investigate Death of Youth Corps Member

[Daily Trust] Osogbo -Osun State House of Assembly has vowed to carry out an independent investigation into the death of a corps member from Osun State, Miss Ifedolapo Oladepo who died at the orientation camp of National Youth Service Corps in Kano State.

[Daily Trust] Osogbo -Osun State House of Assembly has vowed to carry out an independent investigation into the death of a corps member from Osun State, Miss Ifedolapo Oladepo who died at the orientation camp of National Youth Service Corps in Kano State.

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‘Govt Not Contemplating New Taxes’

[Daily Trust] The Federal Government has no intension to impose new taxes on Nigerians, Mr Laolu Akande, the Senior Special Assistant to the Vice President on Media and Publicity, said on Sunday.

[Daily Trust] The Federal Government has no intension to impose new taxes on Nigerians, Mr Laolu Akande, the Senior Special Assistant to the Vice President on Media and Publicity, said on Sunday.

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Osun Assembly Amends Administration Law

[Vanguard] Osun State House of Assembly has on Thursday approved an executive bill for the amendment to the State Local Government Administration Amendment Law No 5, seeking the reduction in number of caretaker management committee.

[Vanguard] Osun State House of Assembly has on Thursday approved an executive bill for the amendment to the State Local Government Administration Amendment Law No 5, seeking the reduction in number of caretaker management committee.

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Army to Dismantle Road Blocks in South-East

[Daily Trust] The Nigerian Army “Operation Python Dance” in the South-East says some of its road blocks will be dismantled to facilitate free flow of traffic during the Yuletide.

[Daily Trust] The Nigerian Army "Operation Python Dance" in the South-East says some of its road blocks will be dismantled to facilitate free flow of traffic during the Yuletide.

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Citizens to Get Soft Loans

[Vanguard] At least 1.2 million Nigerians will be given soft loans which attract between two and three per cent interest rate as part of efforts to create jobs under government’s social investment programme.

[Vanguard] At least 1.2 million Nigerians will be given soft loans which attract between two and three per cent interest rate as part of efforts to create jobs under government's social investment programme.

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