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Charles Igbinidu

Charles Igbinidu is a Public Relations practitioner in Lagos, Nigeria

Persistent power crisis forces cybercafés, SMEs out of business

Investigations have revealed that many small and medium scale enterprises  in the country are being forced out of business by the persistent power and fuel crisis in the country. Some of the businesses heavily affected include hair dressing salons, tailoring outfits, welding/iron-bending firms, cybercafes etc Checks conducted in Lagos on Friday showed that many cybercafé operators are facing rough times …

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DSS arrests 5 suspected menbers of certificate forgery gang

The Department of State Security Services (DSS), Kwara State Command, has arrested five persons, who allegedly specialises in forging academic certificates. The State Director, Alhaji Abdullahi Skinkafi, said in Ilorin of Friday that the suspects were four men and one woman. He displayed some certificates of some higher institutions, secondary school certificates and Kwara Local Government Area indigene certificates, which …

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Valmont Water is produced using ultra-filtration process says Giant Beverages

  Valmont Water, a premium bottled water brand from the stable of Giant Beverages Limited, is elegantly bottled using the highest standards for quality and purity. Speaking at a select media tour of its world-class factory in Ikorodu, Lagos, Mrs. Bose Ogunyemi, Marketing Manager of Giant Beverages Limited disclosed that Valmont Water is produced using the best ultra-filtration processes, without …

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FAAC: FG, States, LGs share N299.7bn in March as revenue drops by N39bn

The Minister of Finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun, on Thursday in Abuja said that N299.7 billion was shared among the federal, states and local governments as revenue for March 2016. Adeosun, who was represented by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Finance, Mr Mahmoud Isa-Dutse, announced this while addressing newsmen on the outcome of the Federation Accounts Allocation Committee (FAAC) meeting. She …

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Music Legend, Prince dead at 57

Prince has died aged 57 at his Paisley Park estate in Minnesota Paramedics and police were called to his suburban home at 9.43am  He was rushed to hospital six days ago with flu symptoms after falling ill on his private plane  Music icon appeared at a gig on Saturday and told fans: ‘Wait a few days before you waste any prayers’ …

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Amnesty Programme for Niger-Delta Militants to end by 2018 – Lakemfa

The amnesty scheme for former militants in the oil-rich Niger Delta region is set to end within the next two years, a spokesman for the programme, Owei Lakemfa said on Thursday. “Under the programme that we have now, the amnesty scheme should end within two years, that is by 2018, all things being equal,” said Lakemfa. A programme to ensure …

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Melodrama in CCT, Umar calls Saraki lawyer ‘busy body’, orders his arrest

A melodrama occurred at the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) following an allegation by Mr Raphael Oluyele, a defence counsel against the tribunal Chairman, Mr Danladi Umar. Oluyede, who filed a motion challenging the competence of Umar to try the case had alleged that the defence would not get justice under Umar’s chairmanship of the body. He said: “due to …

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Assembly, Oshiomhole at loggerheads over tenure of LG chairmen

The Edo House of Assembly and Gov. Adams Oshiomhole, have disagreed over the resolution on tenure of local government chairmen passed by the legislature. On April 18, the House passed a resolution directing LG chairmen to hand over administration to their respective council’s heads at the expiration of their three-year tenure on April 21. In a letter he signed and …

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Saraki: The Morality of His Persecution and Prosecution

By First Baba Isa (FBI) Since Abubakar Bukola Saraki happened upon us as the Senate President and chairman of the National Assembly we have watched the opening of the floodgates of political and legal drama. The emergence of Saraki as Senate president and his trial at the Code of Conduct Tribunal has dominated the public discourse.

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