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Court Orders FG To Pay Sunday Igboho 20 billion naira In Damages

An Oyo state High Court sitting in Ibadan has ordered the Federal Government of Nigeria to pay the sum of 20 billion naira to SUNDAY ADEYEMO also known as SUNDAY IGBOHO. The 20 billion naira is to be paid to SUNDAY IGBOHO as damages for the invasion of his residence. Recall that the Department of State Services had on July 1 invaded SUNDAY IGBOHO’s residence in Ibadan, arres...

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Court Orders Resident Doctors To Suspend Industrial Action

The National Industrial Court has ordered resident doctors to suspend their strike action and immediately go back to work. Justice BASHAR ALKALI gave the order while ruling on an application by the Federal Government, and asked all parties to return to the negotiating table. The court held that there is no amount of money that will compensate for the loss of lives in the circumsta...

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EFCC Chairman Abdulrasheed Bawa Slumps In Abuja

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has said its chairman, ABDULRASHEED BAWA, is hale and hearty. BAWA was speaking on the importance of digital identification in commemoration of the National Identity Day when he suddenly became emotional, attributing his demeanor to the death of a member of staff of the commission. Shortly after, he said he couldn’t continue his s...

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President Buhari Swears In Three INEC National Commissioners As FEC Commences

President MUHAMMADU BUHARI has sworn in three National Commissioners of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). The National Commissioners include BABA BILA representing the North-East zone, Professor SANI ADAM, representing the North-Central zone and Professor ABDULLAHI ABDU, representing the North-West zone. The swearing-in took place today just before the commence...

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President Buhari Requests Fresh Loan Of 4 billon dollars And 710 million Euros

President MUHAMMADU BUHARI has written to the National Assembly, seeking approval to borrow the sum of 4 billion dollars and 710 million euros. BUHARI is also seeking the nation’s legislature’s approval for grant components of 125 million dollars in the 2018-2020 external rolling borrowing plan. The President’s request was contained in a letter addressed to both ...

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Kidnapped Zamfara Students Regain Freedom

The remaining 68 kidnapped students of Government Day Secondary School, Kaya in Maradun Local Government Area of Zamfara State have regained their freedom.  The students, who were abducted on September 1, were received by Governor BELLO MATAWALLE upon their release, after spending 13 days in abduction. 73 students were initially kidnapped from the school, with 5 of them relea...

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240 Inmates Escape As Gunmen Attack Kogi Prison

And, at least 240 inmates have escaped the Medium Security Correctional Centre in Kabba, Kogi State, following a jail break. The Nigerian Correctional Service spokesman FRANCIS ENOBORE in a statement, said that the jail break occurred after gunmen attacked the security attached to the Correctional centre. According to him, the attackers in their numbers arrived at the custodial ce...

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Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association Of Nigeria Asks FG To Stop State Governors From Enacting Anti-Open Grazing Law

The Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN) has asked the Federal Government to stop state governors from enacting the anti-open grazing law. MACBAN Secretary-General, SALEH ALHASSAN made the comment during a press conference in Abuja, the nation’s capital. He said the law would weaken the relative peace and stability currently enjoyed in the local comm...

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National Judicial Council Queries Three Judges

The Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN) and Chairman of the National Judicial Council (NJC), Justice TANKO MUHAMMED, has held a marathon meeting with the six chief judges invited over the conflicting ex parte orders emanating from different judges across the country. A statement from the spokesperson of the NJC, SOJI OYE, revealed that the meeting which commenced at 11am lasted till 5:30pm, with the Chief Judge of the High Court of the F...

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FG Promises To Withdraw Court Case If Striking Doctors Go Back To Work

The Federal Government has revealed it is ready to withdraw the case instituted against the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) if striking doctors return to work. The Minister of Labour and Employment, CHRIS NGIGE, said this after a meeting with President MUHAMMADU BUHARI at the Presidential Villa in Abuja. The Minister explained that some workers had lost their pay d...

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