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USD: ADC Candidate Donates 100 JAMB Forms To Jamb Candidates

USD: ADC Candidate Donates 100 JAMB Forms To Jamb Candidates

By our Reporter The first female Candidate for Uyo Senatorial District on the platform of ADC (African Democratic Congress), Princess (Dr.) Victoria Ibokette has donated no fewer than one hundred (100) JAMB forms for candidates in the Senatorial District. Making ...

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Don’t Call Homosexuals Unjust – Pope Francis Roars

Don’t Call Homosexuals Unjust – Pope Francis Roars

By Christian George Pope Francis has frowned at criminalizing homosexuality, describing it as unjust, adding that God loves all his children just as they are. The Vatican Priest said this in an exclusive with Associated Press, yesterday. Pope Francis stressed ...

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FG Raises 14-Man Panel To End Fuel Scarcity

FG Raises 14-Man Panel To End Fuel Scarcity

The Federal Government is meeting with operators in the midstream and downstream oil sector as part of measures towards developing strategic stock for Premium Motor Spirit, popularly called petrol, in key locations across the country. It said the national strategic ...

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Ekiti Monitors PVC Collection, Kwara Declares Holiday

The Kwara State Government has declared Wednesday (today), as a work-free day for civil servants to collect their Permanent Voter Cards to participate actively in the forthcoming general elections. A statement signed by the state Head of Service, Mrs Susan ...

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New Naira Notes: NASS Fumes As CBN Insists On January 31 Deadline

New Naira Notes: NASS Fumes As CBN Insists On January 31 Deadline

Against expectation, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has said the January 31, 2023 deadline for the higher denominations of old banknotes to cease to function as legal tender remains sacrosanct. Many had expected the CBN to extend the deadline ...

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Labour Knocks Govs As States Reject LG Autonomy

Labour Knocks Govs As States Reject LG Autonomy

The Trade Union Congress has flayed governors over the failure of state houses of assembly to pass the local government autonomy bill in the ongoing constitution amendment exercise. The TUC Deputy President, Tommy Etim, who described the development as saddening, ...

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