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Court sets Friday to rule on ASUU’S request to appeal Industrial Court’s order

The Court of Appeal will rule on Friday in an application by ASUU seeking its permission to appeal against an order of the National Industrial Court directing its members to resume work. The post Court sets Friday to rule on ASUU’S request to appeal Industrial Court’s order appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – …

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Fuel queues in Abuja caused by Lokoja flood, says NMDPRA

The Nigerian Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority (NMDPRA) has said the queues for fuel in Abuja and other surroundings was caused by the flood in Lokoja, Kogi State. NMDPRA in a statement said it is working with relevant stakeholders and government agencies to ensure that fuel is available across the country. “The authority wishes …

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Don’t demonise Ember Months as blood sucking period – FRSC

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Oyo State Command, has warned motorists and the public against demonising Ember Months as blood-sucking and tears period. The state Sector Commander, Joshua Adekanye, gave the warning on Thursday at the flag-off of Ember Months Campaign in Ibadan. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that theme of the …

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Flutterwave names former Mastercard’s Director, Efenure, as Head of Risk for Africa

Former Director, Customer Engagement and Performance responsible for leading Customer Compliance and Risk efforts for Sub-Saharan Africa at Mastercard, Emmanuel Efenure has joined Flutterwave as Head of Risk for Africa. The post Flutterwave names former Mastercard’s Director, Efenure, as Head of Risk for Africa appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World …

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Lagos cleric who blamed ‘spell’ for raping five-year-old gets life imprisonment

The Executive Secretary, Domestic and Sexual Violence agency (DSVA) Mrs TitiLola Vivour-Adeniyi, has reiterated the government’s resolve to ensure the menace of all forms of Sexual and gender-based violence cases becomes totally eradicated from society with the sentencing /conviction of Alfa Abdulsalam Salaudeen to life imprisonment. In a statement, on Thursday, Vivour-Adeniyi maintained the need …

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Gov. Ortom’s wife sues for elimination of harmful widowhood practices

Dr Eunice Ortom, wife of Benue’s Gov. Samuel Ortom, on Thursday in Makurdi appealed that all hands be on deck to eliminate practices harmful to widows. She spoke at a one-day consultative forum on a proposed bill on the elimination of harmful widowhood practices and the inclusion of women in traditional leadership in Benue. She …

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Nasarawa University defy ASUU strike, resume academic activities

Some lecturers of the Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK) have commenced academic activities despite the ongoing strike action by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). Dr Samuel Alu, ASUU NSUK branch Chairman, Mr. Abraham Ekpo, Information and Protocol Officer of the institution and Mr Najeem Gbefwi, President, NSUK Students Union Government (SUG) confirmed the …

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Buhari charges military to replicate north-east successes nationwide

President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday in Kaduna charged the military to replicate the successes recorded against insurgency in the North East in other parts of the country. President Buhari who was the Reviewing Officer during the Passing Out Parade of 69 Regular Course of the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) attributed the successes to the acquisitions …

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2023 election: Northern CAN accuses APC of using hunger, poverty against Nigerians

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in the 19 Northern States and Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja has accused the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) Government of using hunger and poverty as weapons against Nigerians, on the heels of conducting 2023 General elections. Northern leaders of CAN made the accusation against the Government, led by …

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Fani-Kayode withdraws ‘attempted murder’ case against ex-wife

Former Aviation Minister, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, has withdrawn an attempted murder suit filed against his ex-wife, Ms Precious Chikwendu before the federal high court Abuja. At the sitting on Thursday, the Prosecution counsel, John Ijagbemi, announced to the court, Abuja shortly after the matter was called for the defendants to take a plea. “The matter …

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Army trains 450 personnel, others on emotional intelligence in Bauchi

The Nigerian Army 33 Artillery Brigade, Shadawanka Barracks, Bauchi has trained 450 personnel and civilians on emotional intelligence. This is contained in a statement by Lt. Sarah Barka of the Directorate of Army Public Relations (DAPR), made available to newsmen on Wednesday in Bauchi. She said that the training was part of the events organised …

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