Dealer Blames Petrol Marketers for Hoarding, Profiteering

[Daily Trust] The South-East Zonal Supervisor, Pinnacle Oil and Gas, Mrs Amaka Okonkwo, has criticized some petroleum product marketers for hoarding and profiteering of the products, leading to the current scarcity.

[Daily Trust] The South-East Zonal Supervisor, Pinnacle Oil and Gas, Mrs Amaka Okonkwo, has criticized some petroleum product marketers for hoarding and profiteering of the products, leading to the current scarcity.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Court Summons INEC, 29 Others Over Anambra Central Senatorial Tussle

[This Day] Justice Babatunde Quadri of the Federal High Court in Abuja thursday summoned the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to appear before it and show cause why it should not be restrained from conducting the rerun election for Anam…

[This Day] Justice Babatunde Quadri of the Federal High Court in Abuja thursday summoned the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to appear before it and show cause why it should not be restrained from conducting the rerun election for Anambra Central senatorial seat slated for January 13.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Slowdown in Treasury Bills Issuance to Hurt Banks’ Profits

[This Day] Fitch Ratings thursday stated that Nigerian banks may find it more difficult to sustain their profitability this year, given the decline in net treasury bill issuance by the federal government this year.

[This Day] Fitch Ratings thursday stated that Nigerian banks may find it more difficult to sustain their profitability this year, given the decline in net treasury bill issuance by the federal government this year.

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Herdsmen Continue Rampage, Kill One in Benue, Woman in Ondo

[This Day] Despite the efforts by the security agencies to end the gruesome murders carried out armed cattle herders in the country, they continued with their killing spree when they allegedly killed a middle-aged woman, Mrs. Patience Salami, in Arodoy…

[This Day] Despite the efforts by the security agencies to end the gruesome murders carried out armed cattle herders in the country, they continued with their killing spree when they allegedly killed a middle-aged woman, Mrs. Patience Salami, in Arodoye community in Akure South Local Government Area of Ondo State, recently.

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Badoo – Lagos Police Arrests Couple, Herbalist, Two Others

[This Day] The Lagos State Police Command has arrested five suspected members of the Badoo ritual gang, including a couple and a herbalist, operating at the Ikorodu area of the state and its environs.

[This Day] The Lagos State Police Command has arrested five suspected members of the Badoo ritual gang, including a couple and a herbalist, operating at the Ikorodu area of the state and its environs.

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Meet Some of the Men Redefining Masculinity in Kenya

[African Arguments] While a crisis of masculinity is being witnessed the world over, it looks different in every region. In Kenya, a heady mix of influences – from urbanisation to religion, unemployment to gender development initiatives – are changing …

[African Arguments] While a crisis of masculinity is being witnessed the world over, it looks different in every region. In Kenya, a heady mix of influences - from urbanisation to religion, unemployment to gender development initiatives - are changing the face of what it means to be a man.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Benue Killings – Fulani Blame Hostilities On Government’s Draconian Law

[This Day] Jos -Gan Allah Fulani Development Association of Nigeria (GAFDAN), a Fulani group, has blamed the prevailing hostilities in Benue State that have claimed scores of lives on “the enactment of draconian, repressive and peace-breaching laws tar…

[This Day] Jos -Gan Allah Fulani Development Association of Nigeria (GAFDAN), a Fulani group, has blamed the prevailing hostilities in Benue State that have claimed scores of lives on "the enactment of draconian, repressive and peace-breaching laws targeted at the means of livelihood of over 18 million Fulani herdsmen in the country without regards to the consequences of such oppressive laws to the corporate existence of the country," by the state government.

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