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NSE calls on FG to hands off TCN, gas supply to DisCos

TCN, NSE, DisCos

By Emma Una ENGINEER Adekunle Mokuolu, President of Nigerian Society of Engineers, NSE, has called on the Federal Government to hands off control of Transmission Company of Nigeria, TCN and the supply of gas to Power Distribution Companies, DisCos to give them a free hand to function effectively. Mokuolu said government’s continued control of TCN
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Nigerian coy, MOB Integrated, emerges largest supplier of LPG in West Africa

.Boosts supply with 11,000MT through Sahara Gas Vessel Petroleum marketing company in Lagos, MOB Integrated Services Limited, is now the largest supplier of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) in West Africa, delivering over 25,000 metric tonnes (MT) monthly across the sub-Sahara Africa, including Nigeria, Republic of Benin and Ghana. With Nigeria still being an emerging market,
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Actresses in the Yoruba movie industry are not promiscuous — Mercy Ajoke Ebosele

“Yes I can kiss, but I can’t allow someone to touch my boobs in a movie. The script is neither a Bible nor is it a Quran. We can always find a way around it.” Commenting on what stands her out as an actress, she said her ability to interpret her roles well makes her a brilliant actress.” It’s talent and my ability to interpret my roles well that stands me out. It’s not just my beauty that makes me different. You don’t have to sleep around to be featured in a movie, if you are good, people will definitely look for you”

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Access Bank loans N573bn to energy firms

Access Bank Plc gave out loans, totaling N572.997 billion to energy firms in two years, between 2013 and 2014. This was even as the bank is fined N174 million for various contraventions in the course of its operations in 2014. A breakdown of the loans, according to information obtained from the bank’s financial statement for the year ended, December 31, 2014, showed that the Bank gave out a total of N243.065 billion and N329.923 billion in 2013 and 2014 financial year respectively.

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What makes NDDC  wrong for Oil Producing States

t is hoped that this issue will be looked into and the appropriate corrections effected in the nomenclature of these two government agencies. When this has been achieved, the wrong perception of all oil producing states being Niger Delta state will be removed from the consciousness of many Nigerian. When this is achieved, then perhaps the two women on the bus ride will have cause to celebrate Anambra becoming an oil producing state, and not necessarily becoming a Niger Delta state.

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