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Fuel crisis: DPR reads riot act to oil marketers

Obviously in response to the lingering fuel crisis and the loud complaints by suffering consumers, the management of the Department of Petroleum Resources, DPR, may have decided that enough was enough. And to demonstrate its feeling in this regard, it has warned all petroleum products marketers that it would not hesitate to commensurately sanction those who indulge in varying despicable acts in the procurement and distribution of petroleum products.

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Buhari

PMB please let’s move forward

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari should stop chasing shadows and concentrate on providing good governance and dividends of democracy to Nigerians as he promised,” said Mike, a commuter in the CMS-bound vehicle this Monday morning as the radio presenters talked about the huge amounts of money missing from Nigeria’s treasury.

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Muturu

Amnesty Programme has sharpened our sense of reasoning — Ex-militant leader

Amnesty Programme, granted ex-militants by the Federal Government, has been described as an eye-opener to youths of the Niger Delta. In this interview, the Delta State Chairman, Phase 2 Ex-militants, Mr Kingsley Muturu, discloses that the programme is a plus to the Nigerian government and the people. He also comments on the Buhari administration’s fight against corruption.

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Rotary brings succour to LASUTH patients at Christmas

In what has become an annual ritual for the past 35 years, Rotary Club of Ikeja spent the early hours of Christmas day with patients at Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, LASUTH and Ikeja. General Hospital. Members of the group danced as they distributed gifts to patients at various wards as part of their humanitarian efforts to bring succour to the sick who were forced to celebrate Christmas at the hospitals.

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The protesters

Rage of women over high maternal mortality

Aggrieved by alleged recurring maternal deaths in Lagos State-owned primary and secondary hospitals, a group of women under the auspices of a non-governmental organisation, Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre, WARDC, recently took steps to demonstrate that, as far as they were concerned, enough was enough. This they did by staging a protest to the Lagos State House of Assembly.

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