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‘We contributed while in office' — Wike tells churches

Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Nyesom Wike, said on Sunday that churches should not neglect politicians after serving out their terms in office. Wike said while in office, politicians usually contribute to churches but are neglected when their tenure ends. He spoke at St. Mark's Anglican Church in Port Harcourt during the birthday
‘We contributed while in office' — Wike tells churches

SSANU, NASU end 7-day warning strike

Members of the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, SSANU, and the Non-Academic Staff Union, NASU, ended their seven-day warning strike on Sunday. In a circular to branch chairmen at public universities, the body directed members to resume work on Monday. The circular signed by SSANU President, Mohammed Ibrahim, said upon evaluation of the seven-day
SSANU, NASU end 7-day warning strike

Akinterinwa, Aiyedatiwa bicker over destruction of campaign billboards in Ondo

Ahead of the governorship election in Ondo State, a political storm is gathering within the All Progressives Congress, APC, between rival camps over allegations of the destruction of campaign billboards in the state. One of the frontline aspirants, Wale Akinterinwa, accused loyalists of Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa of allegedly destroying his billboards in the state. In
Akinterinwa, Aiyedatiwa bicker over destruction of campaign billboards in Ondo

INEC vows to execute Supreme Court order on delineation of Warri federal constituency

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has vowed to delineate the Warri Federal Constituency of . This may not be unconnected to the Supreme Court-ordered delineation of the constituency delivered on December 2, 2022. The INEC National Commissioner representing Delta, Edo and Cross River states, Prof. Rhoda Gumus, stated this in Asaba at an
INEC vows to execute Supreme Court order on delineation of Warri federal constituency

Diesel price surges by 50% –

The average price of automotive gas oil, known as diesel, increased by 50.20 per cent on a year-on-year basis amid economic . The National Bureau of Statistics disclosed this in its latest diesel price watch for February 2024. Accordingly, the report stated that the retail price of diesel surged to N1,257.06 per litre in February
Diesel price surges by 50% – NBS

Prices of , garri, yam surge by over 100% – NBS

The prices of rice, garri, and yam, popular staple foods in Nigeria, surged to 134.81 per cent, 109.16 per cent and 131.33 per cent, respectively, in February 2024 compared to last year. This is according to the National Bureau of Statistics in its latest selected price watch in February. Accordingly, the report said 1kg
Prices of rice, garri, yam surge by over 100% – NBS

: ‘More people will leave' — Van Dijk on Klopp's departure

Liverpool captain Virgil van Dijk has recently opened up about manager Jurgen Klopp's imminent departure from Anfield at the end of the season. The Dutch defender insisted that more people, including assistant manager Pepijn Linders, will leave Liverpool and not only Klopp. According to him, it would be very difficult and “emotional” for him. “I
Liverpool: ‘More people will leave' — Van Dijk on Klopp's departure

gas price hike: APC chieftain asks Tinubu to intervene

A chieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, in Osun State, Olatunbosun Oyintiloye, has asked President to intervene in the hike of cooking gas prices in the country amid economic hardship. Oyintiloye disclosed this while speaking with journalists on Sunday. DAILY POST recalls that the price of 12.5 kg of liquefied
Cooking gas price hike: APC chieftain asks Tinubu to intervene

Improve citizen participation in bills, supplementary budget passage – Stakeholders to Assembly

Some stakeholders in Kogi State have called on the State House of Assembly to increase citizens' participation in the passage of bills to reflect the aspirations of the people. The stakeholder also emphasised the importance of public hearings in the passage of laws that will better the lives of Kogi State citizens. They made the
Improve citizen participation in bills, supplementary budget passage – Stakeholders to Kogi Assembly

Ebonyi community rejects peace pact report

A peace panel report on the three-year-old war, emanating from the Bishop Emeritus of Abakiliki Diocese, Rt. Rev. Fr. Michael Nnachi Okoro, has been rejected by the people of Effium, in Ohaukwu Local Government Area of Ebonyi State. The two communities of Ezza-Effium and Effium have been at war since January 21, 2021, which led
Ebonyi community rejects peace pact report

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