Majority of MPs Ministers And Top Govt Officials Families Live Abroad, Radio Dalsan Research Reveals

[Dalsan Radio] Ninety percent of Ministers, Legislators and top government officials live abroad, a research conducted by Radio Dalsan indicates. In the research done in a period of one month.

[Dalsan Radio] Ninety percent of Ministers, Legislators and top government officials live abroad, a research conducted by Radio Dalsan indicates. In the research done in a period of one month.

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Obaseki Suspends Council Officials for Lateness

[This Day] Benin City -Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, Wednesday, paid a surprise visit to Egor Local Government Council by 8:20am, where he ordered the suspended senior officials of the council including the Head of Service, Mrs. Racheal Orief…

[This Day] Benin City -Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, Wednesday, paid a surprise visit to Egor Local Government Council by 8:20am, where he ordered the suspended senior officials of the council including the Head of Service, Mrs. Racheal Oriefo for coming late to work.

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Govt Distributes Special Relief Materials in North-East Thursday

[This Day] The Federal Government will distribute 30,000 metric tonnes (1,032 trucks) of cereal directly to affected persons in the Northeastern states of Borno, Yobe, Adamawa, Taraba, Bauchi and Gombe. The exercise is expected to be flagged off by the…

[This Day] The Federal Government will distribute 30,000 metric tonnes (1,032 trucks) of cereal directly to affected persons in the Northeastern states of Borno, Yobe, Adamawa, Taraba, Bauchi and Gombe. The exercise is expected to be flagged off by the Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osibanjo in Maiduguri, Borno State.

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After Recovering N11.6 Billion, Govt Pays N375.8 Million to 20 Whistleblowers

[This Day] Abuja -The federal government Wednesday confirmed that it had released N375,875,000 to the first batch of 20 providers of information under the Whistleblower Policy, culminating in the recovery of N11,635,000,000.

[This Day] Abuja -The federal government Wednesday confirmed that it had released N375,875,000 to the first batch of 20 providers of information under the Whistleblower Policy, culminating in the recovery of N11,635,000,000.

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‘Failure of Gowon’s Three Rs, Cause of Separatist Groups’

[Guardian] Umuahia -The call by some northern youth groups that Nigerians of Igbo extraction resident and doing business in the north should relocate to their Southeastern homeland has again evoked the sad memories of events that led to the declaration…

[Guardian] Umuahia -The call by some northern youth groups that Nigerians of Igbo extraction resident and doing business in the north should relocate to their Southeastern homeland has again evoked the sad memories of events that led to the declaration of the defunct Republic of Biafra and eventual breakout of hostilities between Nigerian and secessionists forces in a destructive 30-month civil war.

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Breakup, Northern Style

[Guardian] With northern youths giving Igbo residing in their region to quit before October 1 or face dire consequences, the agitations for the dissolution of the Nigerian union are fast reaching frenzied heights. What obviously provoked the rage of th…

[Guardian] With northern youths giving Igbo residing in their region to quit before October 1 or face dire consequences, the agitations for the dissolution of the Nigerian union are fast reaching frenzied heights. What obviously provoked the rage of the northern youths were the ceaseless agitations for self-determination by some indigenes of the south east. Such agitations being championed by the Movement for the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) and the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) culminated recently in the

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Gakenke District Executive Secretary Held Over Forgery

[New Times] Police in Musanze district are holding five officials from Gakenke District over forgery of documents which were used in offering a tender for the construction of a health centre in the district.

[New Times] Police in Musanze district are holding five officials from Gakenke District over forgery of documents which were used in offering a tender for the construction of a health centre in the district.

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