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Jonathan speaks on Buhari's govt

2023: So far, Buhari’s body language does not suggest Jonathan

Hon. Julius Ihonvbere is a Professor of International Relations and Political Science. He represents Owan West/East Federal Constituency of Edo State in the House of Representatives where he also chairs the Committee on Basic Education and Services. A former Secretary to State Government, SSG, Ihonvbere in this interview speaks on sundry issues in the polity, advising former President Goodluck Jonathan to check his hobnob with the President Muhammadu Buhari APC led government.

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Libya reports 650 new COVID-19 cases, bringing total to 78,000

The PTF collaboration model mitigating COVID-19 in Nigeria

  By Chido Nwakanma   There is a long list of organizations and individuals that have been “supporting Nigeria’s emergency response to COVID-19″. Their assistance speaks to the various collaborations and partnerships behind the successful coordination and management of the country’s most significant health emergency in recent memory. On the exhaustive list include the United Nations, the
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Defection: Umahi dissolves all Boards, Commissions in Ebonyi

South-East Presidency: PDP and Umahi’s Discrimination Claims

By Dirisu Yakubu   Penultimate Saturday, this correspondent in a piece titled,“Umahi: Defections and Igbo 2023 Presidency,” analysed the events, circumstances and reasons advanced by the Ebonyi state governor, Dave Umahi for quitting the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP for the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC. As it were, the governor has not stopped talking as he
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LASG raises alarm over serial manhole vandalisms

Lagos State Government has raised  alarm over continued theft of manhole covers on roads in the state, promising to continually pursue infrastructure delivery that would meet needs. Mrs Aramide Adeyoye, Special Adviser to the state Governor on Works and Infrastructure, raised the alarm at a stakeholders’ meeting for the rehabilitation of Sobo Arobiodun Street in
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