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For today, March 22 2016:


Power situation in Nigeria no longer laughing matter – Buhari
ABUJA – President Mohammadu Buhari on Monday woke up to the realities of epileptic power supply in Nigeria, saying that the situation was no longer funny. READ MORE

No more elections in Rivers until peace returns — INEC
PORT HARCOURT— THE Independent National Electoral Commssion, INEC, has said that it will not return to Rivers until the state is conducive to conduct elections. READ MORE

RMAFC disagrees with AuGF over NNPC N4.9trn ‘unremitted revenue’
The Revenue Mobilization Allocation and Fiscal Commission, RMAFC, yesterday, disagreed with the Auditor-General of the Federation, Mr. Samuel Ukura, over the alleged N4.9 trillion which he claimed the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, failed to remit to the Federation Account. READ MORE


INEC office deserted as Rivers APC demands poll cancellation
The Rivers State Chapter of the All Progressives Congress has called on the Independent National Electoral Commission to go beyond the suspension of state and National Assembly elections in eight local government areas of the state and cancel the entire exercise. READ MORE

Lagos fire razes 100 buildings, kills two traders
No fewer than 100 makeshift structures were razed on Monday after fire ravaged a part of Small Kuramo in the Lekki area of Lagos State. READ MORE

Rapists strangle UTME candidate, dump corpse inside bush
Parents of 20-year-old Joan Egemba, have been thrown into mourning after their daughter was stabbed and strangled by some suspected rapists in the Ijebu Igbo area of Ogun State. READ MORE


Seven ex-governors, others to lose loot kept in Dubai
All seems set for the repatriation of over $200billion stashed away by some former governors, ex-ministers and other public officers in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), The Nation learnt yesterday. READ MORE

Youth Corps member shot dead during Rivers rerun poll
A National Youth Service Corps  (NYSC) member on election duties was shot dead during  Saturday’s Rivers legislative election, it was learnt yesterday. READ MORE

Opposition candidate wins Beninoise presidential rerun
REPUBLIC of Benin’s businessman Patrice Talon, who is known as the “king of cotton”, has been declared winner of the country’s presidential run-off. READ MORE

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