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10% oil revenue for N-Delta communities

ABUJA – THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT plans to plough 10 percent of the money it makes from the Niger Delta oil back into the oil-bearing communities in a bid to put a permanent end to agitations in the region, a report said yesterday. Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, Mohammed Barkindo, confirmed
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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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Bribery: Group calls for proof against Soludo

By Henry Umoru & Oscarline Onwuemenyi ABUJA – A group under the aegis, Soludo-Anosike Solidarity Group (SASOG), has described those alleging that the flagbearer of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for the Anambra State governorship, Professor Chukwuma Soludo made attempts to bribe them as detractors. According to the group, there was the need for them
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Uzamere tasks media on war against graft

By Gabriel Enogholase BENIN – A BENIN-based legal practitioner, Chief Osaheni Uzamere, has called on the Nigerian press to continue to be at the vanguard of the war  against corruption in spite of the brutal murder, in 1986, of Mr. Dele Giwa, founding Editor-In-Chief of Newswatch magazine and other journalists who have lost their lives
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