Why Buhari Will Continue to Visit London Hospital – Presidency

[Daily Trust] The presidency has disclosed that President Muhammadu Buhari will continue to consult doctors in London hospital for his medical needs because his medical record is known to them.

[Daily Trust] The presidency has disclosed that President Muhammadu Buhari will continue to consult doctors in London hospital for his medical needs because his medical record is known to them.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Crude Oil Theft – Chevron, Mobil Defies $17 Billion Probe

[Leadership] International Oil Companies operating in Nigeria have ignored probe summon over an alleged theft of crude oil and Liquefied Natural (LNG) worth $17 billion exported to global destinations, including United States of America.

[Leadership] International Oil Companies operating in Nigeria have ignored probe summon over an alleged theft of crude oil and Liquefied Natural (LNG) worth $17 billion exported to global destinations, including United States of America.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Jonathan’s Cousin Set to Resume Construction of N6.4 Billion Abuja Road

[Premium Times] Several months after it was abandoned largely due to the corruption trial of the contractor, work is set to commence on the Apo-Karshi road, in the Nigerian capital Abuja, PREMIUM TIMES learnt.

[Premium Times] Several months after it was abandoned largely due to the corruption trial of the contractor, work is set to commence on the Apo-Karshi road, in the Nigerian capital Abuja, PREMIUM TIMES learnt.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Govt Gets $67 Million World Bank Loan for Dam – Senator

[Premium Times] The Chairman, Senate Committee on Water Resources, Ubale Shittu, on Sunday said the Federal Government has accessed a $67 million World Bank loan to rehabilitate Hadejia Valley Dam in Jigawa.

[Premium Times] The Chairman, Senate Committee on Water Resources, Ubale Shittu, on Sunday said the Federal Government has accessed a $67 million World Bank loan to rehabilitate Hadejia Valley Dam in Jigawa.

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Editors Condemn Arrest of Premium Times Journalists

[Premium Times] The Nigerian Guild of Editors, NGE, has advised aggrieved persons and organisations to channel their grievances to appropriate authorities rather than resort to arrest of journalists in the country.

[Premium Times] The Nigerian Guild of Editors, NGE, has advised aggrieved persons and organisations to channel their grievances to appropriate authorities rather than resort to arrest of journalists in the country.

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Involve Communities in Decision Making

[Monitor] In a country where public healthcare is ailing, it is shocking that leaders would take the “life-threatening decision” to close a health centre. According to a story published in the Saturday Monitor of January 21, (See Leaders rent out healt…

[Monitor] In a country where public healthcare is ailing, it is shocking that leaders would take the "life-threatening decision" to close a health centre. According to a story published in the Saturday Monitor of January 21, (See Leaders rent out health centre, spark protests), Bushenyi Municipality leaders hired out Kashenyi Health Centre II to the Chinese road construction firm (CICO) to be used as a camp site for three years.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Police Rearrests After Court Release Promote Anarchy

[Monitor] I will argue here that the conduct by the police of rearresting people simultaneously as they are released by court is not demonstrably justifiable in a free and democratic State. The recent rearrest by police of the Rwenzururu king, Charles …

[Monitor] I will argue here that the conduct by the police of rearresting people simultaneously as they are released by court is not demonstrably justifiable in a free and democratic State. The recent rearrest by police of the Rwenzururu king, Charles Wesley Mumbere outside Jinja High Court shortly after his release by the same court is just one example.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Presidency Explains Current Status of Social Investment Programmes

[Premium Times] As the Buhari administration proceeds with the implementation of its Social Investment Programmes, the Federal Government has now released over N375 million this year to feed almost 700,000 primary school pupils in 5 states, while virtu…

[Premium Times] As the Buhari administration proceeds with the implementation of its Social Investment Programmes, the Federal Government has now released over N375 million this year to feed almost 700,000 primary school pupils in 5 states, while virtually all states of the federation, except two, are now being processed for the payment of N30,000 monthly stipends to 200,000 graduates, the N-Power beneficiaries.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Fidelity Bank CEO Receives 8 Awards Won By Bank’s ‘Tough Job’ Campaign

[Premium Times] The CEO of top Nigerian lender, Fidelity Bank, Nnamdi Okonkwo, was last week presented with the 8 awards won by the Bank’s ‘Tough Job’ campaign at the recently concluded 2016 Lagos Advertising and Ideas Festival (LAIF).

[Premium Times] The CEO of top Nigerian lender, Fidelity Bank, Nnamdi Okonkwo, was last week presented with the 8 awards won by the Bank's 'Tough Job' campaign at the recently concluded 2016 Lagos Advertising and Ideas Festival (LAIF).

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria