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US President, Donald Trump warned against war mongering.

The US President, Mr Donald Trump has been warned against seeking war instead of dialogue and negotiation. Speaking at the UNGA, Zimbabwe President,  Dr  Mugabe admonished Mr Trump against conducting himself like the biblical Goliath who,   ...

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Senate President, Bukola Saraki dodges confirming that each Senator earns over N29million monthly

According to NaijaNews,  an online newspaper, Senate President, Bukola  Saraki has dodged providing SERAP - an anti- corruption organisation-  details of the National Assembly earnings. Professor Sagay had accused the Senators of allocating a whopping N29m to themselves monthly. Below are Details of the publication:

Update on "Tension in Jos"

The Government of Plateau State has declared curfew to commence from 6pm-6am. The action is directed at containing the activities of persons who may want to disturb the present peace in the state.   

Tension in Jos over returnee dead bodies of Nigerians allegedly killed persons in Eastern Nigeria

Today, 14 September 2016 at about 1600hours, tension over claims of dead bodies of Nigerians killed in the eastern part of the country caused pandemonium in Jos. The dead bodies were said to have been deposited at Katako Market which is located at Loranto in Jos City.   

Why Politicians see President Buhari as a meal and mill

Senator Shehu Sani, representing Kaduna Central in the Senate is a radical pro-people intellectual. He is anti-exploitative capitalist philosophy which his arch rival, governor El-rufai is at home with.

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Lagos - Nigeria's four refineries will resume production next month, a spokesman for the state-run oil group said Thursday, raising hope of an end to perennial petrol shortages that have plagued Africa's largest crude producer.

UNITED States of America’s most celebrated brand, Apple, has bought Nigeria’s Chinedu....

 

NIGERIA Labour Congress, NLC, yesterday in Lagos, threatened to direct workers to stay at home should the current fuel scarcity get prolonged.

 

 

Abuja - The National Insurance Commission has dissolved the Board of the International Energy Insurance (IEI) following allegations against some directors of the company.

This is contained in a statement issued by Rassaq Salami, Head Corporate Affairs of the commission in Abuja on Sunday.

According to the statement, the Chief Executive Officer and some key officers of IEI will proceed on leave to pave way for thorough investigation of the affairs of the company.

It stated that the action was pursuant to the powers conferred on NAICOM by enabling laws to intervene in the affairs of the company.

"This is as a result of financial reporting failures, allegations made against some directors and board squabble necessitating regulatory action in the interest of policyholders and other stakeholders of the company," it stated.

It stated that a three-member interim board had been appointed to oversee the affairs of the company while necessary investigation was being conducted.

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It stated that the interim board would be chaired by Muhammad Ahmad, a former Director-General of the National Pension Commission.

The others were, Daisy Ekineh, a former Commissioner, Securities and Exchange Commission; and Mrs Bridget Adeyinka, a former Acting Managing Director of Societe Bancaire Nigeria Ltd., now Unity Bank.

"The appointment, which takes immediate effect, shall be for an initial period of six months, subject to renewal if necessary."

"The board is mandated to conduct forensic investigation into the affairs of the company and identify factors and persons responsible for the shareholder’s value."

"The company remains a going concern with capacity to continue to underwrite all types of general insurance business," it stated. 

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The outlook for Nigerian Stock Market in Q4’14 remains blurred as the bearish trend gained tempo at the end of Q3’14, starting the month of October into Q4’14 with active sell-down. In the last three quarters, we have seen mixed and unimpressive performance trend in the market as YTD remains in negative zone with falling enthusiasm

RELIGION

Squander Of $67 Billion: Nigerian Christian Leaders Are Engaging In Sinful Silence –Pastor Tunde Bakare

Fellow citizens of Nigeria, I have a very heavy word to deliver to both the church and the nation today and my heartfelt prayer is that we will heed the warnings of Jehovah in order to avert His unbearable blows. I hope it is not too late already.  As is my practice, let me star...

WORLD NEWS

9/11 Survivor Captured In Iconic Photo Dies Of Cancer

Marcy Borders, a survivor of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks who was photographed covered in dust after fleeing the World Trade Center, has died of stomach cancer. Borders' family announced her death Tuesday on Facebook. She was diagnosed with stomach cancer last year at the age o...

NIGERIAN NEWS

ON BUHARI I STILL STAND By DELE MOMODU

Fellow Nigerians, let me reiterate here that I’m a latter day convert to Buharism. Truth is it took me years to see the light. I had resisted the conversion due to an overdose of poison from anti-Buhari elements that litter our socio-political landscape. Those who wish to continu...