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Police rescue abducted 2-year-old child, 11 market women in Kwara

Police rescue abducted 2-year-old child, 11 market women in Kwara

By Demola Akinyemi A combined team of security men in Kwara State rescued 12 people among whom was a two-year-old child from the kidnappers on Monday. Vanguard gathered that the 11 market women, who went to Oke-Ode market in Ifelodun Local Government Area of Kwara State last Wednesday were waylaid and abducted at Oyi bridge […]
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Ekiti to introduce toll for heavy duty vehicles

Ekiti to introduce toll for heavy duty vehicles

In a bid to recover the huge resources the state government is investing on road construction, Ekiti State Government will soon introduce toll fees on heavy duty vehicles plying state-owned roads, even as it demanded the sum of N2 billion from the Federal Government which it expended on the construction of the Ado Ekiti township roads.

Fraud: Army places General, Colonel under house arrest

Fraud: Army places General, Colonel under house arrest

ABUJA—Following alleged corrupt practices, misapplication of funds and outright disappearance hundreds of millions of naira at the Nigeria Army Post Housing scheme, the Nigeria Army command has directed that a Brigadier-General and a Colonel be put under house arrest.

6,000Mw: FG reinstates commitment to gas supply

6,000Mw: FG reinstates commitment to gas supply

ABUJA—The Federal Government has reiterated its determination and commitment to ensure adequate gas supply to power plants in the country in order to achieve its target of reliable and steady electricity for industrial and domestic purposes.

Peace coming back to  N-Delta — Lukman

Peace coming back to N-Delta — Lukman

LONDON—Peace is being restored in the Niger Delta oil producing region where attacks by militants have led to a sharp fall in exports, Nigeria’s oil Minister, Dr Rilwan Lukman said yesterday.

Reps move to curb illegal migration

Reps move to curb illegal migration

ABUJA—The Diaspora Committee of the House of Representatives yesterday pledged to intensify efforts to discourage the mass exodus of Nigerians to other countries as deportees from the Republic of Libya called on their fellow citizens set to flee through illegal routes to rethink their plans.