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  • STAKEHOLDERS FORUM: STAKEHOLDERS FORUM: Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke (left) and the Group Managing Director of NNPC, Dr. Joseph Dawha, at a Stakeholders Forum on Environmental Restoration of Ogoniland in Abuja yesterday.
  • BRIEFING NEWSMEN: BRIEFING NEWSMEN: Secretary, Committee for Peace and Justice, Mr. Ezekiel, Tsokwa (right), briefing newsmen in Abuja recently over Governor Danfulani Suntai ill-health and political crisis in Taraba. With him is Assistant Secretary, Nwaru Oluchi.
  • PANEL SITTING: PANEL SITTING: R - L: Chairman, Panel of Inquiry on burnt BRT Buses, Justice Adeniyi Adebajo, member Mr. Jude Igbanoi and General Manager, Lagos Bus (LAGBUS), Mr. Babatunde Disu at the inaugural sitting of the Panel on Monday.
  • YOUTH INTERNALLY DISPLACED: YOUTH INTERNALLY DISPLACED: Youth internally displaced from Madagali, Michika and Mubi Local Government Areas struggling for food at Bajabure camp in Girei Local Government Area of Adamawa.
  • MEETING: MEETING: President Goodluck Jonathan (6th right), with some Ministers and members of a Delegation from the Society for Protection of Women Against Abuse (SOPWA), after a meeting at the presidential villa in Abuja recently.
  • RE-TRAINING: RE-TRAINING: FRSC Head of section, Manpower Development, Assistant Corps Marshal, John Meuz, Deputy Corps Marshal Yemi Omidiji and Corps Commander Bisi Kazeem at the Re-Training of FRSC Motorcycle riders in Abuja recently.

 
 
 
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Mutiny: 12 soldiers sentenced to death, 5 freed
ABUJA - Twelve out of Eighten standing trial for mutiny and an attempt on the life of General Officer Commanding, 7 Brigade, Maiduguri, Borno State, Major General Ahmed Mohmammed, in May this year, have been sentenced to death.


ABUJA - Senate of the Federal Republic yesterday, urged President Goodluck Jonathan to declare a total War on rampaging Boko Haram where ever they may be in the country, by deploying all resources and efforts to stamp it out.

ABUJA - Nigeria Union of Teachers yesterday, directed its members nationwide not to resume on Monday, September 22, 2014 as directed by the Federal government.

Lagos - Members of the National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas (NUPENG), on Tuesday suspended loading of petroleum products from NNPC depots nation-wide, following unresolved dispute over pension with the national oil and gas conglomerate.

Geneva - The unprecedented Ebola outbreak in West Africa requires a one billion dollars response to keep its spread within the tens of thousands of cases, UN officials said on Tuesday.

BENIN CITY - Edo State House of Assembly has passed a resolution calling on relevant Federal and State government agencies as well as the Chairman of Ovia South West Local Government Council to provide relief materials for victims of the August 7, 2014

BENIN CITY- Edo State House of Assembly has adopted a resolution urging the State government to invite a former Governor of the State, Chief Lucky Nosakhare Igbinedion and others to a round-table talk over the true ownership


BENIN CITY- The Commissioner representing Orhionmwon on the board of Edo State Oil and Gas Producing Commission Area Development Commission and a Chieftain

Abuja - A Nutritionist, Mr Philip Amiengheme, has in Abuja urged the Federal Government to train more medical doctors on nutritional medicine
Calabar - The Senate Leader, Sen. Victor Ndoma-Egba, says he spends N73 million annually on payment of scholarship for students in his constituency

ABUJA -The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr Akinwumi Adesina, has urged the Federal Government to meet the 2013 Maputo declaration

Lagos - Parents of a minor victim of the Synagogue Church collapsed building on admission at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja

Abeokuta - The Ogun Head of Service, Mrs Modupe Adekunle, has stressed the importance of dialogue and negotiation in the resolution of industrial conflict. Adekunle said this while declaring open a 3-day workshop

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Takum (Taraba)- The Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Dr. Steve Oru, has re-assured Nigerians that the East-West road will be completed before the end of the year.