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|Digital Broadcasting: Fed govt To Introduce Content Access Fees
The Federal Government yesterday said that it would introduce content access fees to replace radio licence fees ahead of Nigeria’s migration to digital terrestrial television broadcasting by 2015.
TRAGEDY struck yesterday in Benin at the Oba Market Quarters of Ring Road, when a middle aged man popularly known as ‘Black Arrow’ was allegedly shot dead mistakenly by his colleague named Osas.
The Human Rights Writers’ Association of Nigeria (HURIWA), an NGO, has called for the establishment of civilian Joint Task Force (JTF) to curb insurgency in Abuja.
Senator Hope Uzodinma, Chairman, Senate Committee on Aviation, at the weekend said that the planned shutdown of the runway of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, was purely for maintenance purpose.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) weekend rescheduled the second phase of the distribution of Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) and Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) involving 12 states.
he impeachment proceedings instituted by the Adamawa State House of Assembly against the embattled Governor of the State, Mr. Murtala Nyako and his deputy, Mr. Bala James Ngillari, gained momentum Friday with the constitution of a 7-member committee by the A
POLYTECHNIC graduates at the weekend urged the National Industrial Court to compel the Federal Government to implement its White Paper which recognised HND and Degree as equivalent qualifications.
Some consumers in the FCT has said the online shopping trend in the country was a welcome development, but called for proper regulation to avoid fraud.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has called for urgent, collective cross-border, multi-sectoral concrete actions to end the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa, a statement said.
THE Edo Government at the weekend in Auchi, Etsako- West Local Government Area of the state, said it had advertised for core science teachers in its secondary schools.
Following a presidential directive that state governments fortify security in and around public and private schools in their areas, some states have begun to comply.
FORMER Nigerian Military Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon (rtd) and the National President, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Ayo Oritsejafor have charged Muslim leaders in the country to engage in superior dialogue with the dreaded Islamic sect, Boko Haram in order to end carnage in the country.
THE Chairman Lagos House of Assembly Committee for Transportation, Commerce and Industry, Hon. Bisi Yusuf, has described the proposed creation of more states in the country as unnecessary and a waste of resources.
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