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Ondo PDP asks members to return to party

By Dayo Johnson AKURE—AHEAD of the 2011 election in Ondo State, the opposition party, Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, yesterday called on its estranged and disillusioned members to return to the party. The party became polarized immediately the Court of Appeal gave its judgment which sent Dr Olusegun Agagu-led administration packing. One of the groups formed
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VC laments varsity’s closure over relocation

By Gbenga Ariyibi ADO-EKITI—The Vice Chancellor of the University of  Education, Ikere Ekiti, TUNEDIK, Professor  Samuel Oye Bandele has lamented that the students of the institution have lost one academic session to the closure of the university over the relocation saga. Speaking with newsmen yesterday, the Vice Chancellor noted that the students were forced to
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Daniel proposes N100.73bn budget

*To seek bond for devt project By Kolade Larewaju ABEOKUTA – GOVERNOR Olugbenga Daniel of Ogun State yesterday presented a budget of N100.73 billion to the State House of Assembly, saying that it would be financed from the anticipated N101.98 expected income of the Government in the New Year. The Governor, however, said about 30
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Police foil robbery, kill three

By Ola Ajayi IBADAN—THREE   suspected robbers have been killed in different robbery attacks in Oke-Ogun areas of Oyo State when they engaged the police in a gun duel. This came as the State Police Command foiled another attempt by an eight-man robbery squad when they wanted to rob a first generation bank in Ibadan on
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MASSOB denies plot to disrupt Anambra election

By Tony Edike ENUGU—THE Movement for the Actualization of a Sovereign State of Biafra, MASSOB,  has said that it has no plans  to disrupt the February 2010 governorship election in Anambra State. The group said it had already arrested one of its former members, Nnamdi Kanu, for allegedly threatening to disrupt the Anambra election using
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