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I’ve not abandoned my Presidential ambition says Jang

By Marie-Therese Nanlong Jos – The Senator Jonah Jang Presidential Campaign team has debunked the rumour that the Senator has stepped down from his Presidential ambition saying he was not in the race to step down for anybody but to win and salvage the country from the scourge of bad leadership.Gov Jonah Jang of Plateau…

US import of Nigerian crude hits record low – The Punch

’Femi Asu The United States’ import of crude oil from Nigeria has fallen to a three-year low amid growing shale oil production in the North American country. The US slashed its import of Nigeria...
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15 ‘Game Changers’ Rewane Says Will Shape 2019 – Channels Television

The year 2019 is a year full of great expectations in Nigeria, here is a list of the 'Game Changers' as long as Nigeria is concerned.

Funke Akindele welcomes first child despite Pastor’s prophecy – Daily Post Nigeria

Nollywood actress, Funke Akindele has welcomed her first child with her husband, JJC Skillz. She disclosed this on her Instagram story. Funke wrote on her Insta-story: “Thank you Lord. Oluwa e tobi (God is great), I am now being called a new name.” This is coming few years after Lagos-based pastor, Olagorioye Faleyimu, said that…

Reps probe alleged malpractices in NPA, NIWA

The House of Representatives on Monday kicked off its investigation into the alleged malpractices in the Maritime sector, with respect to agencies such as Nigerian Ports Authority and National Inland Waterways. The investigative hearing which was held in Abuja by the House of Representatives Committee on Ports, Harbours and Waterways, followed several motions calling for…

Health stories that made headlines last week – Premium Times

The Nigerian health workers under the Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU) have threatened to resume their suspended strike.
Global stocks mostly rise after strong US jobs data – Guardian Nigeria

Global stocks mostly rise after strong US jobs data – Guardian Nigeria

Global stocks mostly rose Friday following strong US jobs data, though Wall Street's rally showed signs of fatigue after the Dow finished its best January in 30 years.