Explain How You Spent N252 Billion Allocations, Group Tells Fayose

[Premium Times] The Ekiti Recovery Movement (ERM), an Ekiti State-based pressure group, has asked the governor of the state, Ayo Fayose, to account for a total N251.99billion which allegedly accrued to the state as federal allocation and Internally Gen…

[Premium Times] The Ekiti Recovery Movement (ERM), an Ekiti State-based pressure group, has asked the governor of the state, Ayo Fayose, to account for a total N251.99billion which allegedly accrued to the state as federal allocation and Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) under his watch.

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Buhari Renews Appointment of Heads of Abuja National Hospital, Enugu Orthopaedic Hospital

[Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday renewed the appointments of Jafaru Momoh as Chief Medical Director of National Hospital, Abuja, and Nwadinigwe Uwatoronye as the Medical Director of National Orthopaedic Hospital Enugu, Enugu State.

[Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday renewed the appointments of Jafaru Momoh as Chief Medical Director of National Hospital, Abuja, and Nwadinigwe Uwatoronye as the Medical Director of National Orthopaedic Hospital Enugu, Enugu State.

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Amnesty Report On IDPs – Senate Moves to Probe Military Over Allegations

[Vanguard] Abuja -The Senate, yesterday, moved to set up an adhoc committee to probe Amnesty International’s reports of rape, torture and starvation of women by military personnel in Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs, camp in the North-East.

[Vanguard] Abuja -The Senate, yesterday, moved to set up an adhoc committee to probe Amnesty International's reports of rape, torture and starvation of women by military personnel in Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs, camp in the North-East.

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‘Always Looking At The Sky’: Life Amid Somalia’s Flood Waters

[IRIN] After enduring a year of drought and then the heaviest rainfall in over three decades, more than 750,000 Somalis must now figure out how to secure food and shelter and deal with emerging health risks. Last month, Somalia’s government and the UN …

[IRIN] After enduring a year of drought and then the heaviest rainfall in over three decades, more than 750,000 Somalis must now figure out how to secure food and shelter and deal with emerging health risks. Last month, Somalia's government and the UN appealed for $80 million to help people affected by flooding in the south and centre of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Is Jah Prayzah’s Dress Sense Girlish?

[263Chat] Man of the moment Mukudzei Mukombe affectionately known as Jah Prayzah has once again raised eyebrows over his dress taste after a recent post on his Instagram account, where he is wearing an outfit that has been labelled girlish by a legion …

[263Chat] Man of the moment Mukudzei Mukombe affectionately known as Jah Prayzah has once again raised eyebrows over his dress taste after a recent post on his Instagram account, where he is wearing an outfit that has been labelled girlish by a legion of his fans... and haters.

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Suspicious Parcel Found After Bomb Threat At Cape Town Restaurant

[News24Wire] A suspicious parcel was found at a De Waterkant Street establishment in Green Point on Wednesday following a bomb threat was “negative”, Western Cape police have said.

[News24Wire] A suspicious parcel was found at a De Waterkant Street establishment in Green Point on Wednesday following a bomb threat was "negative", Western Cape police have said.

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Hope for New Minimum Wage Emerges

[Guardian] Employers have expressed their readiness to pay the minimum wage whenever it becomes law.The national umbrella body of the employers stated this on the sideline of the on-going 107 International Labour Conference in Geneva, Switzerland. Spea…

[Guardian] Employers have expressed their readiness to pay the minimum wage whenever it becomes law.The national umbrella body of the employers stated this on the sideline of the on-going 107 International Labour Conference in Geneva, Switzerland. Speaking with The Guardian, the Director General of the Nigeria Employers Consultative Association, Olusegun Oshinowo, explained that employers agreed that the current minimum wage is inadequate.

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