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Daily Archives: 14th May 2016

Disease worst than AIDS hits Nigeria, one killed, another hospitalized

New Diesease

The Federal Minister of Health, Issac Adewole, has revealed that there is a new disease in Nigeria which has killed a Nigerian while another is currently undergoing treatment at the National Hospital Abuja. Briefing journalists in Abuja, on Friday, Mr. Adewole said the health condition known as Stephen Johnson Syndrome (SJS) was an unusual allergic reactions in Nigeria and some ...

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N200m Fraud: EFCC grills Enugu gov’s adviser, Pastor Sam Iyiogwe

Pastor Sam Ifeanyi Iyiogwe

The Economic and Fnancial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has quizzed a Senior Special Adviser to Enugu State Government on Special Duties, Pastor Sam Ifeanyi Iyiogwe, for alleged embezzlement of over N200 million. The money was allegedly laundered when he was the chairman of the Nkanu East Local Government Area, Enugu State. Sources said the former Local Government Chairman was quizzed by ...

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Nothing can stop PDP Convention – Fayose

Governor Ayo Fayose

The Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose has stated that despite some of the problems the party seems to be facing at the moment, its national convention has been slated for May 21, 2016 in Port Harcourt, Rivers State . Governor Fayose who was responding to the purported dissolution of the National Working Committee of the party by a group ...

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Buhari to name looters on May 29

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari (L) addresses delegates at the start of a conference to tackle corruption at the Commonwealth Secretariat in London on May 11, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL

•Vows pipeline saboteurs, killer herdsmen won’t go unpunished President Muhammadu Buhari said in London Friday that the names of corrupt Nigerians will be made public in a speech he intends to deliver on May 29. He also said that such corrupt individuals will be prosecuted. Besides, all those involved in blowing up oil installations and sabotaging investments in the Niger ...

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 Nigerians groan as transport fare rises

President Muhammadu Buhari

*Buhari, APC come under heavy knocks Commercial motorists across the country have increased transport fare by 100 per cent, as traders and passengers claimed that the increase in the pump price of petrol had compounded their already worse situation. The least fare for intra-city transportation, which was N50 before, has now risen to between N80 and N100, depending on the ...

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Forex scarcity may push fuel price up – Marketers

fuel-scarcity

*Stakeholders demand full deregulation The pump price of PMS, which has been pegged  at N145 per litre, may be reviewed upward if foreign exchange remains a challenge for importers of the product. The Federal Government had said the fuel price increase became imperative in the face of extreme difficulties faced by petroleum product importers in sourcing foreign exchange, adding that ...

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Marketers sell fuel above N145

PETROL NIGERIA

Contrary to the Federal Government’s newly recommended N145 for a litre of Premium Motor Spirit (petrol), the product is being sold above the official pump price in some filling stations across the country. The Federal Government had on Wednesday introduced a new pricing regime resulting in about 68 per cent rise in petrol price, which was in January reduced to ...

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