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Premium Times Journalist Gets Bail

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A Journalist with the Premium Times, Samuel Ogundipe, who has been in detention since August 14, this year  has been granted bail by a Magistrate Court in Kubwa, Abuja.

No Presidential Candidate For UPP In 2019

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The United Progressives Party says it will not sponsor a Presidential Candidate for the 2019 Presidential Poll.

300,000 PVCs Yet To Be Collected In Kwara

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About 300,000 Permanent Voter Cards are yet to be collected by voters in Kwara state.

Gov Okowa Issues December Ultimatum For Development Of Industrial Park

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Delta state governor, Ifeanyi Okowa has given December deadline to industrialists that acquired land at the state industrial estate to develop the land or risk its revocation.

Dokpesi Applauds Okorocha’s Infrastructural Strides

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Founder of DAAR Communications Plc, Raymond  Alegho Dokpesi has applauded the Imo state governor Rochas Okorocha for the massive infrastructural development going on in the state.

Kogi Government Commends The Army

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The Kogi state government has commended the Army Record Headquarters, Lokoja for its efforts at chasing criminals out of the state. 

Adamawa Community Washed Away By Flood

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Yolde Pate a densely populated community in Adamawa state has been washed away by flood, following a heavy downpour in the late hours of Thursday.

APC Asks Saraki To Reconvene National Assembly Now

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The All Progressives Congress (APC) says the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) is hiding under the yet-to-be assented Electoral Act Amendment Bill to draw attention away from what it described as the treasonable actions of the senate president, Bukola Saraki who has refused to convene the National Assembly to consider at plenary the crucial 2019 election budget of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

Okorocha Supervises New Projects

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As part of an urban renewal programme, the Imo state government South East Nigeria, is constructing a twenty thousand seat capacity stadium at Okigwe, a major urban centre in the state.

Cross River To Prosecute Political Thugs

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The Cross River state government has expressed its readiness to prosecute all arrested thugs confirmed to have committed electoral offences, in connection with the last constituency by-election in Obudu local government area of the state.

INEC Assures Of Credible Process In 2019

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The Independent National Electoral Commission INEC has again assured the people of Nigeria and beyond of free, fair and credible elections in 2019.

Wike Warns Against Disruption Of Port Harcourt By-Election

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Ahead of Saturday’s by-election to fill the Port Harcourt constituency three seat in the rivers state house of assembly, Rivers state Governor Nyesom Wike says adequate measures have been put in place to ensure that the election is successful and the outcome generally acceptable.

Court Adjourns Jones Abiri’s Trial Until September 5

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The Chief Magistrate’s Court in Abuja has adjourned the trial of journalist, Mr Jones Abiri, until September 5.

Queen Of Soul' Aretha Franklin Dies At 76

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Aretha Franklin, the music icon, legendary singer and "Queen of Soul" loved by millions whose history-making career spanned six decades, died at her Detroit home on Thursday. She was 76.

FG Sets Up Committee To Decentralize Nigeria Police

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The federal government is to set up a committee to work out the modalities for the decentralization of the Nigeria police operations.

Workers Protest

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Workers of the border communities development agency protested on Thursday over poor welfare and remuneration as well as lack of working tools to facilitate their duties.

Kwara State Internal Revenue Drops In Second Quarter 2018

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The count down to the 2019 general election is already taking its toll on the internally generated revenue of kwara state as the internal revenue service says it recorded low collection in the second quarter of 2018.

UN Says Fed. Govt. Paid Huge Ransome For Dapchi Girls.

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The United Nations has said that the federal government paid a huge ransom to boko haram for the release of the abducted Dapchi schoolgirls in march 2018.  

INEC Budget: NASS Committees Fail To Agree On Modality Of Approval

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For the second time in 2 days, lawmakers were unable to reach a compromise on the approval pattern for the monies required for the funding of the 2019 general elections.

Power Generating Companies Threaten

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Power generating companies in Nigeria say they will shut down their operations following the infrastructural challenges faced by the companies.