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Inside story of Niger speaker’s mass wedding ‘constituency project’

FOLLOWING the dust raised by the Niger Assembly speaker over his proposal to sponsor the wedding of 100 orphans as his constituency project, The...

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Cross River contractor fails to deliver after N143m payment

Fuel scarcity hits NNPCL stations as marketers await products from Dangote

THE ongoing fuel scarcity across the states has hit most of the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPCL) filling stations as marketers anticipate products...

Former Nigerian power minister who allegedly stole N33bn gets N10bn bail

FORMER Minister of Power, Saleh Mamman, who was charged for a N33 billion fraud by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has been...

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63 dead, over 2,000 suspected cholera cases recorded in Nigeria’s 33 states

AT least 63 persons have died as a result of cholera and 2,102 suspected cases of the disease have been recorded across 33 of...

Budget: Citizens allocated N524 monthly for healthcare

ORDINARY Nigerians may continue to bear the brunt with respect to medication as each citizen has been allocated the paltry sum of 524 naira...

Former AGF who allegedly stole N1.6 billion making refund to escape arraignment

FORMER acting Accountant-General of the Federation (AGF), Anamekwe Nwabuoku, has pleaded with a Federal High Court in Abuja to grant him further time to...

UNIBEN shuts down indefinitely after students protested against poor power supply

THE University of Benin (UNIBEN) has shut down academic activities indefinitely, following a protest by students of the institution over poor power supply. This was...

Meta approves monetisation for Nigerian creators

FACEBOOK'S parent company, Meta, on Thursday, June 27, ticked Nigeria blue in its professional dashboard, thereby approving the country's eligibility for content monetisation. Creators can...

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