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Daily Archives: 5th June 2014

Chime approves N3bn for ICT in new secretariat, others

Governor Sullivan Chime

The Enugu State Executive Council has approved about three billion naira for the execution of various projects in the state, including the provision of communication technology facilities at the new workers’ secretariat and the new Governor’s office building in Enugu. Briefing journalists on the outcome of the Executive Council meeting held at the Government House, Enugu the State Commissioner for ...

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Two killed as Biafra Zionist Federation attempts to seize Enugu Radio  station

*Mission of Onwuka and his group was to topple govt –  CP Members of the Pro-Biafra group, Biafra Zionist Federation, BZF led by Barrister Benjamin Onwuka,  again invaded the Enugu State Broadcasting Service, ESBS in an attempt to seize the radio and television station for a broadcast. The group had attacked the Government House, Enugu on March 8, 2014 claiming ...

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President Jonathan appoints Shekarau, three others as Ministers

President, Goodluck Jonathan, has appointed four new ministers and sent their names to the Senate for confirmation. One of the new appointees is Ibrahim Shekarau, former governor of Kano State who recently left the opposition All Progressives Congress, APC, to join the ruling People’s Democratic Party, PDP. The other nominees are Abdul Bulama from Yobe State, Adedayo Adeyeye from Ekiti ...

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BREAKING NEWS:  BZF attempts to seize Enugu Radio, kills police sergeant

Breaking News

*Police Inspector wounded, one BZF member killed *Update: Onwuka 12 BZF members arrested Members of the Pro-Biafra group, Biafra Zionists Federation, BZF led by Barrister Benjamin Onwuka who attacked the Government House, Enugu on March 8, in the early hours of today (Thursday) launched another attack on the Enugu State Broadcasting Service, ESBS in a failed attempt to make a ...

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Tribunal upholds Obiano’s election

The Anambra State Governorship Election Petitions Tribunal in Awka on Wednesday upheld Gov. Willie Obiano’s election and dismissed four petitions filed against him by other candidates. The tribunal Chairman, Justice Ishaq Bello, held that the petitions of Chike Obidigbo, belonging to a faction of APGA; Chris Ngige of APC, Tony Nwoye of PDP and the PDP lacked merit. Bello, in four separate ...

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 Confab Delegates adopt part-time legislature


Delegates at the National Conference Committee on Wednesday unanimously adopted the recommendation of the Confab Committee on Public Service that legislators at the National Assembly and state levels should function on part-time basis to reduce cost of governance in the country. The committee chaired by a former Head of Civil Service of the Federation, Mrs. Ebele Okeke, had also called ...

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Archbishop of Canterbury visits Jonathan, prays for Nigeria

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Rt. Rev. Justin Welby, on Wednesday visited the Presidential Villa, Abuja to pray and condole with President Goodluck Jonathan on the security challenge in the country. The visit by Welby is coming barely four days after the online publication of a British newspaper, The Mail on Sunday, reported that his Australian friend, Dr. Stephen Davis, had been hired ...

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Politicians contributing to insecurity in Nigeria —Gov Idris

Governor Idris Wada of Kogi State has blamed politicians in the country for contributing to the current insecurity in the country. He said that politicians employ the services of thugs and hooligans warning, however, that the state government would deal with anybody who patronised thugs or encouraged any act of violence with the approach of the 2015 general elections in ...

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House orders N225m bullet-proof cars returned to contractor

The House of Representatives Committee on Aviation, Wednesday, ordered the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, to return the controversial N225 million bullet-proof cars purchased during the tenure of former Aviation Minister, Princess Stella Oduah, and recover the money. Chairman of the committee, Nkiruka Chidubem Onyejeocha, said NCAA have no business keeping the cars, stressing that the contract terms between NCAA and ...

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Cameroonian army kills 60 Boko Haram members, 100 killed in Borno communal clash

MORE than 100 persons were killed, Wednesday, in a communal clash involving three border communities in Gwoza Local Government Council of Borno State. Members of Attagara, Aghapalwa and Gwoshe border communities were said to have taken up arms against one another. It, however, turned out to be a religious war between Christians and Muslims. It will be recalled that no ...

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