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Soludo not saleable, says Agagbo

By Henry Umoru ABUJA – Since the adoption of Professor Chukwuma Soludo as the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for the Anambra  gubernatorial election, criticisms have continue to trailed the move with one of the aspirants, Mrs. Chinyere Ogugua Agagbo describing the former CBN governor as a non sellable candidate. Agagbo who warned
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I’m not surprised that Ogboru lost at tribunal, says Igbini

By Emma Amaize WARRI—GOVERNORSHIP Candidate of the Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) in the last governorship Election in Delta State, Comrade Emmanuel Igbini, has said that yesterday’s dismissal by the Retrial Election Tribunal sitting in Asaba of the petition filed against the election of Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan by the Democratic Peoples Party (DPP) governorship candidate, Chief
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Fraud: Ex-DG asks court to terminate trial

By Ikechukwu Nnochiri ABUJA – Full-blown hearing into the criminal allegations of fraud leveled against five top Executives of the National Gallery of Art by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) could not commence yesterday as scheduled, owing to an application by the embattled Director General of the establishment, Chief Joe Musa, asking the
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Delta NMA lauds Uduaghan on healthcare

By Festus Ahon UGHELLI- Chairman of Delta State Chapter of Nigeria Medical Association (NMA), Dr. Ufuoma Pemu, has commended Delta State governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan, for his exploits in the implementation of the various health care programmes in the state. Pemu, who spoke in Ughelli last Tuesday during the 2009 Physicians’ Day, stressed the need
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Bayelsa GRA project yet to take off

By Samuel Oyadongha Yenagoa – Almost nineteen months after Bayelsa State government promised building a Government Reservation Area (GRA) in Yenagoa, the capital city to ease the acute accommodation problem facing residents, the project is yet to take off. The state Commissioner for Lands and Urban Development, Chief Whisky Ayakeme, had last May, while enumerating
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