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Sacked resident doctors in the country have vowed to use every means to fight President Goodluck Jonathan to a standstill, describing their sack as insensitive.
The All Progressives Congress (APC) has condemned the attempt by the Department of State Security (DSS) to link the party with the insurgent group Boko Haram, without providing a shred of evidence to that effect and called on the agency’s spokesperson Marilyn Ogar to resign or be fired.
THE Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) has commended Edo State government for providing the enabling environment for microfinance banks to operate optimally in the state.
EDO State Commissioner for Transport, Hon. Orobosa Omo-Ojo (JP) on Friday led all Heads of Operations of Edo State Traffic Management Agency (EDSTMA) on a special operation to decongest the chaotic vehicular traffic.
THE 8th annual all West Africa Service Project of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints has been held in Benin City, the Edo State capital, yesterday.
THE Catholic diocese of Makurdi, Benue, has barred the faithful from taking corpses of late relations to churches for funeral Mass as a measure to check the spread of Ebola virus.
THE Director-General of the National Agency for Foods and Drugs Administration and Control (NAFDAC), Dr Paul Orhii, has urged patent medicine dealers in Enugu state to desist from stocking fake and substandard drugs.
Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State has criticised the process of issuance of the Permanent Voter Cards (PVC) which started on Friday, saying “it is capable of disenfranchising the people
THE Federal government has been lauded for initiating. step towards. bringing an end to the nagging problem of oil pipe line vandalism by removing. the blockades that hitherto
THE National Debates Groups in Africa agreed to set up “African Debate Network’’ at the weekend. The agreement was reached at the end of its two days “International Debate
THE Minister of Information, Mr Labaran Maku, has restated his call on some elders in the northern part of Nigeria to desist from politicising current security situation in the country.
The Integrated data Services Limited (IDSL) Staff Multi-Purpose Co-operative Society Limited yesterday held its 2014 Annual General Meeting declaring a net-surplus
THE spokesperson of National Hospital, Abuja, Dr Tayo Haastrup, has urged resident doctors to negotiate with the Federal Government in order to be called back.
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WARY of the activities of certain unrepentant rebels, capable of clogging their contributions towards moving Nigeria forward, delegates
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