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Officers: Stop Using My Name To Threaten Nigerians, IGP Warns

The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Kayode Egbetokun, has issued a strong warning denouncing all types of extortion and name-dropping for illicit activities as part of his efforts to uphold the highest levels of integrity within the Nigeria Police Force. The IGP expressed grave worry over the act, according to a statement from the Force […]

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Two days are set aside for Akeredolu’s funeral by Aiyedatiwa

Wednesday, February 21 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Owo is Ajabue (traditional ceremonies). Court 1, Ondo State High Court Headquarters, Hospital Road, Akure will host a special court session at 10:00 am. “Laying in Akure Township Stadium for State and Commendation Service” Time: 1 PM; Evening of Tributes, 4 PM–7 PM, St Andrews

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Concession of Zungeru Hydropower Plant Will Bring $2.1 trillion to FG

The concessionaire would give FG $70 million a year for the next thirty years to manage the facility, according to the Presidency. According to an estimate by Channels Television, the Federal Government will receive a total of $2.1 trillion over the following 30 years from the concession of the 700 MW Zungeru hydropower facility. In

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IPOB: “Igbo, tired of Nigeria, won’t join hardship protest”

The separatist Indigenous People of Biafra have asked residents of the South-East not to participate in the ongoing demonstrations organized by Nigerians against the country’s current economic woes under President Bola Tinubu’s administration. The separatist group cautioned that because the Igbo people had long since lost interest in Nigeria and were simply waiting for an

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JUST IN: The cargo clearance exchange rate has reached N1,605/$.

The exchange rate for cargo clearance has once again been increased by the Federal Government through the Central Bank of Nigeria to N1,605/$. Days have passed since the rate increased to N1515/$ and then decreased to N1,472. Thus far in January, there have been two increases in the rate. In December, it was changed from

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Nigeria Will Export More Technological Talents Than India, Minister

“India was the source of technology talents for many years, it is our time because we have everything it takes to be able to get there.” He stated. The primary goal of one of his ministry’s main programs, according to Minister of Communication, Innovation, and Digital Economy Bosun Tijani, is to generate employment for the

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84 MDAs and Abuja Disco will be disconnected due to N47.1 billion in debt

Due to a cumulative debt of N47.1 billion, the Abuja energy Distribution PLC has threatened to cut off the energy supply to 86 Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs). The Ministry of Finance, Information, Budget, Works and Housing, Presidential Villa, Nigeria Police Force, barracks, CBN Governor, Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria

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Oyo Protests Against Exorbitant Living Expenses

The protest in Oyo came after similar actions in Kano, Minna, and other places against the destitution caused by the elimination of fuel subsidies, food inflation, and exorbitant living expenses. On Monday, protests against the high cost of living, rising food prices, and the nation’s current economic woes broke out in Oyo State, in southwest

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Court orders AGF to resume prosecution of Dele Giwa’s killers

Justice Inyang Ekwo of the Federal High Court in Abuja has directed the Attorney General of the Federation and the Minister of Justice to reopen the investigation and prosecution of those who murdered Dele Giwa, the founder of Newswatch Magazine in 1986. Justice Ekwo ruled that the AGF has an obligation to prosecute and penalize

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