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Anambra teachers get pay rise

By Enyim Enyim ONITSHA—The Anambra State Government has agreed to pay the long agitated 27.5% Teachers Salary Structure (TSS) to teachers from next month. Chairman of the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT) in the state, Chief Anthony Ugozor, made the disclosure yesterday, while addressing journalists on the delayed implementation of the TSS and  the suspension
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Police parade 25 suspected criminals

By Anayo Okoli Umuahia—ABIA State Police Command,  yesterday paraded 25 criminal suspects, including two policemen from the command. The suspects were involved in crimes,  ranging from armed robbery, kidnapping, unlawful possession of fire arms and ammunition, gun manufacturing and gun running. According to the Abia State Police Commissioner, Mr. Jonathan Johnson, who paraded the suspects,
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N2bn scam: Workers protest against MD

*To face EFCC, says BPE boss ABUJA—Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) yesterday said the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) will probe the Managing Director of  ANAMMCO, Mr. Jacques Gelin over an alleged N2billiion scam. Director-General of the Bureau, Dr. Christopher Anyanwu, confirmed the development when over 200 senior staff of ANAMMCO stormed BPE demanding
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$590m saved from bloated contracts, says BPP boss

By Oscarline Onwuemenyi ABUJA – The Director-General of the Bureau of Public Procurement yesterday disclosed that about $590 million was saved so far from bloated contracts in the implementation of the 2009 budget by mininistries and agencies of government. Ezeh, who was speaking to journalists during the two-weeks Sectorial Procurement Techniques Training for Public Procurement
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