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Oil prices fell on Wednesday after industry data showed an unexpected build-up of U.S. crude inventories and as investors waited to see if a fresh round of tariffs by Washington on Chinese

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The police on Wednesday arraigned a 20-year-old butcher, Jamilu Mohammed, in a Karshi Grade 1 Area Court, Abuja, for allegedly stealing a cell phone at knifepoint. Continue reading Butcher in court for

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Center-leftist Alberto Fernandez vowed to put his people first ahead of debt repayments after he was sworn in as Argentina’s president Tuesday to singing and applause from lawmakers and supporters. After taking

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Package holidaymakers hit by the bankruptcy of the Germany subsidiary of British tour operator, Thomas Cook Germany will receive financial assistance from the state, according to a statement by the company on

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World Bank on Wednesday said in a report that forest fires that ravaged parts of Indonesia in 2019 cost the country 5.2 billion dollars. The World Bank said that the total damage

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The Senate on Wednesday received the 2020 statutory budget proposal of the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA). Continue reading Senate receives FCTA 2020 budget proposal from Buhari at Vanguard News.

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Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu warned on Wednesday that Turkey will retaliate against possible U.S. sanctions over its purchase of Russian missile defence systems. Cavusoglu suggested that Ankara denying U.S. access to

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By Tordue Salem The House of Representatives has summoned the Ministers of Power, Saleh Mamman and Labour, Dr. Chris Ngige and the Director-General of Pensions Commission, Hajia Aisha Dahir-Umar, over threats by

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The Presidency says Nigerians including Media outfits are free to address President Muhammadu Buhari by his military rank of Major General as the administration promotes freedom of speech in the country. Mr.

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Presidency has again adopted the theory of silence over allegations seeking for clarifications in the Villa. Continue reading Presidency remains mum over Aisha’s allegation against Shehu, replies Punch over change of Buhari’s

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In line with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs, to end extreme poverty by 2030, Global Citizen, is working with the Nigerian private sector to harness resources to achieve the objective

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After sacking 59 staff, who were teachers at Rufus Giwa Polytechnic Staff Primary and Secondary School, the Ondo state government announced that it had reabsorbed the affected staff into the state civil

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China imprisoned at least 48 journalists in 2019, more than any other country, displacing Turkey as the most oppressive place for the profession, a report by the Committee to Protect Journalists report

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Egypt, Eritrea, and Cameroon are among the worst nations in the world for jailing journalists, a list published on Wednesday by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) said. The CPJ listed 26

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SHIPPERS' Association Lagos State, SALS, has said that the ongoing road construction and provision of truck parks will not solve the traffic gridlock in and around the port town of Apapa. Continue

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Dear Bunmi, My husband was a widower when I met him and we got married six years ago. Normally, I expected that with time the house would reflect the two of us.

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Operational activities have picked up at the Delta Port, Warri, following the sustenance of peace in the surrounding communities. Continue reading Activities pick up at Warri Port as community relations stabilize at

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ABUJA—For government to meet the infrastructure needs of the people, borrowing is inevitable, three cabinet ministers told the House of Representatives yesterday. Continue reading Buhari’s ministers to Reps: Why Nigeria must borrow

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The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), on Tuesday in Lafia destroyed 11,669 kilograms of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances worth about N1.65 billion. According to Justice Arinze, Commander of NDLEA in

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….say they were wrong The Wole Soyinka Centre for Investigative Journalism (WSCIJ) on Tuesday apologised to Nigerians and has accepted that the Vice President was right. The Centre said the Vice President

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ENUGU- SUCCOUR is on the way for the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, UNN, following the pledge of a former Presidential Adviser to former American President, George Bush on Science and Technology, Engr.

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Nigeria’s national identity programme will not succeed unless there is strong political commitment on the part of government backed by adequate funding, the Director-General of the National Identity Management Commission, (NIMC), Engr.

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THE Ports Facility Security Officer Forum of Nigeria, PFSOFN, has said that collaboration among agencies of government was key to security in the maritime industry, a development that will attract more investment

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PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari sought for legislative approval for external loans during the eighth Senate but was turned down. Amongst them was US$29.96billion loan which, according to the object, was to fund critical

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IGBO Leaders of Thought, ILT, have asked South-East governors to collaborate and carry out joint services that would help address infrastructural deficit in the South-East zone. Continue reading Igbo, now a people

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