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Insecurity: Kaduna bans use of motorcycles for three months

THE Kaduna State Government has banned commercial and private motorcycles as a measure towards tackling banditry. The State Commissioner for the Ministry of Internal Security...

Lamido decries deteriorating insecurity, says no one is safe in Nigeria

FORMER Jigawa State Governor Sule Lamido has decried deteriorating state of insecurity in Nigeria, saying that the country is no more safe for anyone. He...

Insecurity: NCC shuts down telco services in Zamfara for two weeks

Owing to the rising cases of insecurity, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has directed all telecommunications companies to shut down services in Zamfara State...

Katsina imposes cattle travel ban

KATSINA State government has placed a ban on transportation of cattle from the state to other states within the country. This was disclosed in a...

Nearly 15,000 Nigerians die in five years despite 65% increase in security budget

BUDGETARY allocations since 2017 to the Ministries of Defence, Police Affairs, Interior and the Office of the National Security Adviser in Nigeria have risen...

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White paper: Lagos govt describes Lekki Toll Gate killings as ‘assumptions’

THE Lagos State Government has rejected that nine persons were killed when the Nigerian Army opened fire at unarmed...

Wike’s N7bn suit against ThisDay newspaper adjourned to January 2022

A N7 billion libel suit against ThisDay newspaper and its management has been adjourned to January 2020 by a...

Borno government commits 14% of 2022 budget to education

THE Borno State Government has earmarked 14.2 per cent of its 2022 budget to education. Of the N267 billion budget...

Low tax-to-GDP not justification for raising taxes, Adesina tells FG

AFRICAN Development Bank President Akinwumi Adesina, on Tuesday, said that  low tax-to-Gross Domestic Product (GDP)  in the country was...

AfCFTA: Upbeat investors must see beyond challenges, target opportunities in Nigeria -NIPC 

ACTING Executive Secretary/CEO of the Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) Emeka Offor has urged would-be investors to see beyond...
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