Monthly Archives: August 2016

PDP Youths Accuse Justice Abang Of Receiving N2bn From Kashamu for Judgment

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An Abuja Federal High Court Judge, Justice Okon E. Abang, has been accused by some youths in the northern Nigeria of receiving over N2 billion as bribe from a Senator of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Senator from Ogun State, Prince Buruji Kashamu, in the last two years. The youths, under the aegis of Northern Youths Movement (NYM) said in a ...

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List of Nigeria’s 11 New International Money Transfer Operators (IMTOs)

Nigeria’s apex bank, the Central bank of Nigeria (CBN) has licensed 11 new international money transfer operators (IMTOs) to do business in the country’s foreign exchange market. The spokesperson of the bank, Isaac Okorafor, on Tuesday said the licensing was in furtherance of CBN’s effort to liberalize the market and ensure liquidity by making foreign exchange more readily available to ...

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FRSC Set October Date for Speed Limit Implementation

Written By Stella Williams The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has set October 2016 as the implementation date for the enforcement of the federal government directive on implementation of the speed limit directive on Nigerian roads. According to Corps Commander Hyginus Omeje, the Sector Commander of the outfit, the issue of safety of Nigerians on our roads is of paramount ...

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Ajara Rotary To Focus On Empowerment, Maternal Health

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By Stella Williams The newly installed 14th President of Rotary Club Of Ajara, District 9110 Nigeria, Rotarian Dr. Adebayo Akintoba Akintayo has pledged among other projects to focus on various community empowerment projects, to give to Ajara Badagry a face-lift, as well as also pursue the provision of child and maternal care projects for the community during his tenure as ...

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Ibusa CDC Survives Leadership Crisis, Bounces Back

By Stella Williams The leadership crisis that rocked the Central Executive Committee of the Lagos Ibusa Community Development Union (ICDU) Worldwide some 10, 12 years ago, which culminated in a break-up that led to the emergence of a splinter group – the Ibusa Progressive Association of Nigeria (IPAN), is over, and this is official. Addressing sons and daughters of the ...

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Police Arrest Herdsman with AK47 Rifle, Ammunition in Enugu

A 20-year-old herdsman, Ibrahim Adamumale, has been arrested by the Police in Enugu for being in possession of an AK47 rifle, police said. The suspect, who said he was an indigene of Nasarawa State, was also found with 24 rounds of live ammunition. The spokesman of Enugu State Police Command, Ebere Amaraizu, confirmed the arrest to the News Agency of ...

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