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Troops Eliminate 11 Terrorists In Abia, Zamfara, Others

 Troops of the Nigerian Army deployed for count­er terrorism operations across the country have achieved major successes in the ongoing fight against terrorism and insurgency in Kaduna, Zamfara and Abia states, demonstrating their unwavering commit­ment to national security and the safety of citizens. In Kaduna State, troops in a decisive operation conducted a two-day fight­ing

UN Group Urges Govts To Take Lead In Education Development

 …Lauds Enugu’s Smart Schools, 33% Funding For Education Heads of delegations and chairs of committees, includ­ing Accredited Ambassadors of the International Human Rights Commission (IHRC), Relief Fund in Special Con­sultative Status with the Economic and Social Coun­cil of the United Nations (ECOSOC) rose from the maiden edition of the NgEd­ucators and International Human Rights Commission

Oando Contributes $550m Out Of $925m For NNPCL’s Project Gazelle

 Oando Plc closed the past week with two big ones. In a statement, the in­digenous energy company announced it was a party to the Project Gazelle fi­nancing deal, by contrib­uting US$550 million to the total disbursed amount of US$925 million. Arranged and coordinat­ed by Afreximbank, the ac­cordion arrangement saw the raising of a combined total

Naira Devaluation Impacting Positively On Exports — Customs

The Customs Area Controller, Seme Command, Timi Bomo­di, said on Sunday that the devalued naira had positive­ly impacted the exportation of Nigeria’s local products to neighbouring countries in West Africa. In an interview in Seme, near Badagry, Bomodi said that imports and exports are usual­ly affected by market forces, including demand and supply. “We are

Refrain From Issues You Know Nothing About, Atiku Tells Shettima

ABUJA – Former Vice President Atiku Abu­bakar at the weekend tackled Vice President Kashim Shettima over what he described as falsification of information, saying the vice president should refrain from making statements on subject matters on which he knows little or nothing about. Atiku, who stated what trans­pired in the past between himself and President

APC Wins All Seats In Yobe Council Poll

DAMATURU – Candidates of the All Pro­gressives Congress (APC) in the Yobe State local govern­ment elections held on Satur­day have been declared win­ners of all the chairmanship and councillor-ship seats. The Chairman of the Yobe State Independent Electoral Commission (YOIEC), Dr. Mamman Muhammad, made the announcement at the commission’s headquarters in Damaturu on Sunday. According

Tinubu Okays Mandate For Special Envoy On Climate Action

 …Names Maduekwe, Shelleng, Others Into Climate Change Council ABUJA – President Bola Tinubu has ap­proved the terms of reference for the Office of the Special Presidential Envoy on Climate Action (SPEC) which he consti­tuted recently. The decision, our correspon­dent gathered on Sunday, was to bring clarity to the functions of the office within the climate

Northern Elders Ask FG To Set Up National Pastoralist Commission

 The Northern Elders Forum (NEF) has called on the Federal Government to set up a National Pastoralist Commission to pro­tect the interests of herdsmen in Nigeria. In a statement by its Director of Publicity and Advocacy, Ab­dul-Azeez Suleiman, NEF said there is no reason why a special initiative should not be intro­duced to address the

SERAP Sues FG Over Failure To Account For Loans By Ex-Presidents

LAGOS – The Socio-Economic Rights and Account­ability Project (SERAP) has filed a lawsuit against the Federal Government over its failure to publish spending details of the loans obtained by the governments of former Presidents Olusegun Obasanjo, Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, Goodluck Jona­than and Muhammadu Buhari. The suit was filed against the Minister of Finance and Coordinating

Despite CBN Assurances, Three Banks Show Signs Of Distress — Analysts

Despite the Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN) assurances after withdrawing Heritage Bank’s licence, last week, that Nigerian financial system remains safe, sound, and resilient, stakeholders insist three banks have shown signs of distress. It would be recalled that unlike the big stick, it wielded on Heritage Bank, the cen­tral bank early this year dissolved boards

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