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Twist over caretaker who allegedly killed student tenant in Imo

Twist over caretaker who allegedly killed student tenant in Imo

  By Chinonso Alozie – Owerri Confusion has trailed the story of a caretaker of Eziwanne lodge, Daniel Okufuwa, in Federal Polytechnic, Nekede in Owerri, Imo State, who allegedly beat his tenant into a coma and later died in the hospital, a first-year student of building technology, Anthony Chinweotito Emmanuel, as the relatives to Okufuwa,
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Trump: Kickin’ and screamin’ and burnin’ the house down

2021: Watchlist

By Hakeem Baba-Ahmed ECONOMY: The economy, already in deep depression, will perform very poorly. Public spending will reduce owing to restrictions in revenue bases, reductions in foreign direct investment and poor management. Cost of living will rise along with unemployment. Informal sector of the economy will suffer from effects of the restrictions imposed by the
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The year ahead

By Obadiah Mailafia PREDICTIONS are a rather perilous enterprise. They are predicated on some important assumptions; some of them realistic and a good number rather unreliable. They also depend on several critical variables, some of them predictable while others are not quite. In making those forecasts as I do today, I am assuming that there
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Significant proportion of Nigerians still at risk

Covid-19: How relaxing ban on gatherings might have triggered second wave in Bauchi, other states

By Charly Agwam – Bauchi Bauchi State, like other parts of the world, has, in several ways, been impacted by the ravaging Covid-19 pandemic. As of December 15, 2020, available official figures suggest that Bauchi has recorded at least 860 confirmed cases and 14 Covid-19 related deaths. Although Bauchi recorded only one case of Covid-19
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