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Pencom DG’s sack: Staff allege non conformance with pension reform act, threaten showdown

Aggrieved workers of the National Pension Commission (PenCom) have asked President Muhammadu Buhari to reverse the sack of the Commission’s Director-General, Mrs. Chinelo Anohu-Amazu. They threatened to shut down the Agency if she is not reinstated “immediately.” According to a staff who asked not to be named in print for obvious reasons, “Mrs. Anohu-Amazu’s ouster
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Ikoyi $43m: Amaechi, the Judas of Ubima, needs urgent cure

The desperation with which the redundant Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, is seeking cheap attention through one of his diarrheic aides of inconsequential stature, is quite troubling to lovers of humanity. It is obviously a sign of desperate need of spiritual help meant to reformat his brain so it could function well and help him rightly
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BBNaija: Abati’s Faux Moral Outrage

Sad to see Dr. Reuben Abati, a former presidential spokesperson, a man I consider gifted, reduced to a figure of fun and exposed to torrents of social media attacks over his recent article, Television as Madness. Abati’s attackers have been so vicious that some of the things written about him, in adherence to community standards, are better left out. The article reviewed the just concluded Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) reality show, produced by MultiChoice.

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Who’s Afraid of Senator Nwaoboshi?

There have been of recent desperate moves particularly through media publications to distract hardworking and vibrant senator representing Delta North. Having gone through some of these publications alleging this or that against Senator Peter Nwaoboshi, my take is that it all remains allegations yet to be proved in any court of law.

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Air quality and Lagos smoking vehicles

While the Lagos State government is doing a wonderful job of creating open and green spaces in the city and encouraging homeowners to plant trees on the grounds of their houses, It is most disheartening to see a blind eye turned to the great number of vehicles belching fumes on the roads.

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How we will push made in Aba products into the global market – Gov. Ikpeazu

One of the major challenges of Abia State since its creation in 1991 is the inadequate measures of the previous administrations to establish a strong economic base that would crystallize into the development of all the sectors of the state. The state, with an estimated population of two million people, is endowed with over- whelming economic potentials spanning across all sectors of human endeavour. Notable among these potentials are Abia’s rich agricultural products such as palm oil, rubber, cocoa, etc.

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