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Unending fights among Buhari’s appointees

The resurgence of endless fights among appointees of President Muhammadu Buhari, especially ministers and heads of departments and agencies, have become a regular feature in recent time. The orgy of internal strife among the appointees was equally recorded during President Buhari’s first term between 2015 and 2019.

Police Parade Suspected Serial Killers In Akinyele

Bande, Matthew Odu (Jnr) Dr. Bukar Usman has been very magnanimous to me. He has sent all the books and other materials written by him. In addition, materials such as pamphlets, journals and newspapers on the reviews of his books, critiques, reactions and opinions on his postulations have also reached me continuously. 

How struggle by APC leaders for NDDC position triggered crisis

The Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Senator Godswill Akpabio is to appear before the National Assembly investigations of the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC with the background of a supremacy tussle by political leaders of the oil rich region. The ongoing revelations of sleaze in the NDDC according to sources is directly related to the struggle for positions in the now inchoate board of the commission.

FG hands over Abia erosion site to contractor

The Ecological Fund Office (EFO) on Friday handed over the Oguduasa Gully Erosion and Flood Works in Abia to a contractor, to commence rehabilitation of the project.

The EFO, which is a unit in the Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, contracted Messrs Foldams Engineering Company Ltd, to handle the rehabilitation.

Edo 2020: 35 political parties declare support for Obaseki 

Ahead of the September 19 2020 Edo State governorship election, 35 political parties yesterday declared their support for the re-election bid of Governor Godwin Obaseki, saying with his volume of achievement, there was no reason anybody should contest against him.

COVID-19: Why local solution remains uncertain

As several countries are reporting progress in the search for homegrown solutions to COVID-19, in terms of prevention, testing, treating and managing patients, the situation appears different in Nigeria, which is yet to publicly accept any indigenous solutions to the disease.

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