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Court adjourns Fayose’s 2.2 Billion Naira Fraud
Court adjourns Fayose’s 2.2 Billion Naira Fraud

The trial of former governor of Ekiti State, AYODELE FAYOSE, for alleged two-point-two-billion-naira fraud will continue on October 20, this year. Justice CHUKWUJEKWU ANEKE of the Federal High Court sitting in Lagos adjourned the trial on the request of the prosecuting counsel, ROTIMI JACOBS. Reports say JACOBS, who is prosecuting FAYOSE on behalf of the Economic and…

FG approves closure of Lagos 3rd Mainland Bridge for repairs
FG approves closure of Lagos 3rd Mainland Bridge for repairs

The Lagos Third Mainland Bridge is set to undergo another round of repair, beginning from July 24, 2020. This followed concerns over the safety condition of the bridge due to some worn-out expansion joints on the structure. The Federal Controller of Works in Lagos, OLUKAYODE POPOOLA, said the repairs would begin on the outward mainland lane, and…

COVID: NMA lock horns with Cross River State Government
COVID: NMA lock horns with Cross River State Government

The Nigerian Medical Association has accused the Cross River State Government of suppressing testing for Covid-19. The NMA also claimed that the Cross River State government failed to publish results of some confirmed cases. For this reason; the members of the NMA have withdrawn their services from government hospitals in the state and embarked on an indefinite…

COVID: PTF sends delegation to Cross River State; approves dates for WAEC-SSCE
COVID: PTF sends delegation to Cross River State; approves dates for WAEC-SSCE

…Releases guidelines for elections …approves dates for WAEC-SSCE The Federal Government has asked medical doctors in Cross River State to end their strike and return to work. The Federal Government has also sent a delegation to meet with the Cross River State Government to discuss plans for the setting up of Covid-19 response strategy. The Minister of…

SERAP demands probe of corruption in two Agencies
SERAP demands probe of corruption in two Agencies

The National Centre for Remote Sensing is allegedly involved in multimillion naira financial malpractices. These include payment for contracts without receipt, valued at more than six point six million naira. The Centre is also to have paid over three point eight million for store items that could not be traced to its store. The revelations were made…

President Buhari send 42 names of Ambassadorial Nominees to Senate
President Buhari send 42 names of Ambassadorial Nominees to Senate

President MUHAMMADU BUHARI has sent three letters to the Senate with the names of people he intends to appoint into various positions. These include a requested to the Senate for the confirmation of forty-two persons as ambassadors of Nigeria. They include one career ambassador, while the rest of the nominees are to be appointed as none-career ambassadors.…

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