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About 98 percent of Nigerians say they did not receive Govt’s palliatives -Report

A SURVEY report by SB Morgen intelligence in conjunction with the Open Societies Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA), has revealed that about 98.8 percent...

FACT-CHECK: Was N-Power website hacked and applicants’ BVN exposed?

ON Friday, June 26, Bashir Ahmad, the Personal Assistant on New Media to Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari announced on his verified Twitter handle @BashirAhmaad the reopening of a new batch of the N-Power Social Intervention Programme of the current administration.

SERAP asks FG to publish details of suppliers, contractors of school feeding program

SOCIO-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has requested the Federal Government to urgently publish details of the suppliers and contractors,  as well as the...

Expect your monthly payment today, FG tells N-Power beneficiaries nationwide   

THE Federal Government on Tuesday says it is ready to offset from today, the outstanding monthly entitlements of 500, 000 beneficiaries of the N-Power...

Refugee Commission To Regulate Operations Of Aid Agencies In The North East

The National Commission for Refugees, NCR, has said that it would start regulating the activities of organisations offering humanitarian services to persons affected by the Boko Haram insurgency in the North East.

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Missing arms not peculiar to Police alone -Wase

DEPUTY Speaker of the House Of Representatives Idris Wase said the issue of missing arms might not be limited...

Abdulsalami warns against fuel price hike as NEC proposes N302 per litre

AMID concerns that the Nigerian government is considering a National Economic Council (NEC) committee report that recommended hiking the...

How Sanwo-Olu purchased trains abandoned by US state

THE Lagos State government has received commendation for signing a deal with Talgo, a US-based Spanish company, for the...

Bauchi politicians betray people’s trust, plunder State’s forest reserves

By Haruna Mohammed SALISU IN Ningi Bauchi State, local politicians are enabling massive felling of trees in forest reserves despite...

Fresh controversy hits electoral bill over consensus option introduced by Senate

FRESH controversy has hit the Electoral Act Amendment Bill as civil society organisations (CSOs) have rejected the consensus option...
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