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no responses. March 29, 2015 Victoria Gaji

MINISTER OF INFORMATION EXPRESSES DISAPPOINTMENT OVER THE ELECTIONS


MINISTER OF INFORMATION EXPRESSES DISAPPOINTMENT OVER THE ELECTIONS

The minister of Information, Mrs. Patricia Akwashiki noted that over 200 ballot papers were not provided to her polling unit in Kagbu, Nasarawa Eggon local government […]

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no responses. March 29, 2015 Victoria Gaji

BUHARI CONDEMNS ELECTION VIOLENCE


BUHARI CONDEMNS ELECTION VIOLENCE

The APC presidential candidate, Rtd Major General Muhammadu Buhari has welcomed INEC’s decision to extend voting in some locations till today, Sunday 29th March 2015. In […]

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no responses. March 29, 2015 Victoria Gaji

SINGAPOREANS PAY TRIBUTE TO FOUNDING PRIME MINISTER LEE KWAN YEW


SINGAPOREANS PAY TRIBUTE TO FOUNDING PRIME MINISTER LEE KWAN YEW

Thousands of people lined the streets of Singapore to view the funeral of its founding Prime Minister, Lee Kwan Yew, who died on Monday at the […]

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no responses. March 29, 2015 Victoria Gaji

IG OF POLICE CONDEMNS VIOLENCE IN SOME PARTS OF THE COUNTRY


IG OF POLICE CONDEMNS VIOLENCE IN SOME PARTS OF THE COUNTRY

The Inspector General of Police, Mr Suleiman Abba has expressed satisfaction with the conduct of the police and voters in yesterday’s presidential and national assembly elections. […]

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no responses. March 29, 2015 Victoria Gaji

UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF STATE CANCELS RETURN OVER IRAN NUCLEAR TALKS.


UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF STATE CANCELS RETURN OVER IRAN NUCLEAR TALKS.

United States Secretary of State, John Kerry has cancelled a planned return to the US to stay in Switzerland as the Iran nuclear talks approach their […]

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no responses. March 29, 2015 Victoria Gaji

PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN COMMENTS ON THE ELECTIONS


PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN COMMENTS ON THE ELECTIONS

After waiting for about 40 minutes before accreditation at his polling unit in Otuoke, Bayelsa State, incumbent president Dr Goodluck Jonathan noted that the hitches experienced […]

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no responses. March 29, 2015 Victoria Gaji

FORMER HEADS OF STATE STRESS THE NEED FOR PEACE AFTER ELECTION


FORMER HEADS OF STATE STRESS THE NEED FOR PEACE AFTER ELECTION

Two former Heads of State, Generals Ibrahim Babangida and Abdulsalami Abubakar, have stressed the need for Nigerians to be peaceful after the elections. They spoke separately […]

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no responses. March 28, 2015 Victoria Gaji

ELECTION UPDATE: AMAC, Kuje & Gwagwalada


ELECTION UPDATE: AMAC, Kuje & Gwagwalada

The polling units are really crowded, but the card readers are working even though they are quite slow. There are no major queues, just clusters of […]

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no responses. March 27, 2015 Enuwa Ochai

FCT POLICE COMMAND CAUTIONS AGAINST ELECTORAL VIOLENCE


FCT POLICE COMMAND CAUTIONS AGAINST ELECTORAL VIOLENCE

The FCT Police Command has warned perpetrators of violence especially those intending to foment trouble during this Saturday’s election to stay clear of the polling units […]

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no responses. March 27, 2015 Alu Azege

PDP AND APC SIGN ANOTHER PEACE ACCORD


PDP AND APC SIGN ANOTHER PEACE ACCORD

President Goodluck Jonathan of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and his main challenger in Saturday’s presidential election, Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC) have […]

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no responses. March 27, 2015 Alu Azege

NATIONAL BROADCAST BY PRESIDENT GOODLUCK EBELE JONATHAN, ON THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTIONS


NATIONAL BROADCAST BY PRESIDENT GOODLUCK EBELE JONATHAN, ON THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTIONS

Dear Compatriots, As we prepare to go to the polls tomorrow, I have come before you this morning to express my immense appreciation for the opportunity […]

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no responses. March 26, 2015 debby eselebor

Election Violence: Human Rights Commission Cautions Politicians


Election Violence: Human Rights Commission Cautions Politicians

The National Human Rights Commission has advised politicians to be mature in character to avoid violence and hate in the general election. The chairman of the […]

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no responses. March 26, 2015 Sarah Gimba

Florida teen kills brother, shoots other sibling, then kills himself


Florida teen kills brother, shoots other sibling, then kills himself

A 13-year-old boy in Florida fatally shot his 6-year-old brother, wounded his 16-year-old brother and killed himself yesterday during an argument over food. Report says the […]

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no responses. March 25, 2015 Victoria Gaji

NETWORK NEWS 25/O3/2015


NETWORK NEWS 25/O3/2015

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no responses. March 24, 2015 Sarah Gimba

Nigeria holds MPR @ 13%


Nigeria holds MPR @ 13%

The CBN Governor Mr Godwin Emefiele says measures taken by the the bank to ensure stability in the forex market was yeilding positive result. The Governer […]

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no responses. March 23, 2015 debby eselebor

NEWS BITS


NEWS BITS

NORTH CENTRAL YOUTHS SUPPORT JONATHAN’S RE-ELECTION North Central Youths have resolved to support the re-election of President Goodluck Jonathan in this weekend’s election. Speaking with Kapital […]

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no responses. March 23, 2015 Sarah Gimba

Why Rivers State Deputy Governor Decamped to PDP


Why Rivers State Deputy Governor Decamped to PDP

The Deputy Governor of Rivers State, Tele Ikuru, has stated the reason for his defection from the \\All Progressive Congress APC to the People’s Democratic Party […]

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no responses. March 23, 2015 Alu Azege

Manchester United’s significant win


Manchester United’s significant win

Manchester United on sunday retained their fourth position on the Barclays English Premier league table. It was Steven Gerrard’s unforgettaunforgettable final appearance as a Liverpool player […]

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no responses. March 21, 2015 Sarah Gimba

NO MORE WAR Says Menakaya and Agbasilamo


NO MORE WAR Says Menakaya and Agbasilamo

Nigerians have been called to shun all forms of wars and live in unity for national development. A former minister of Health, Dr Tim Menakaya who […]

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no responses. March 20, 2015 Alu Azege

ON SINGAPORE’S LEE KUAN YEW


ON SINGAPORE’S LEE KUAN YEW

SINGAPORE: Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore’s first prime minister, remained “critically ill” on Friday, according to the Prime Minister’s Office. Lee, 91, has been in hospital since […]

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