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For today, Wednesday, November 25:


Kogi guber rerun holds Dec. 5

The All Progressives Congress has said it is preparing for a fresh governorship primary in Kogi State to elect a candidate, who will replace its candidate in the November 21 poll in the state, Prince Abubakar Audu, who died on Sunday.  READ MORE...

Hospital bill worsens Agbara cop's agony

There were discordant tunes yesterday between the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) and the family of the policeman injured following his encounter with armed robbers at Agbara Estate. READ MORE...



PDP kicks as INEC asks APC to replace Audu

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, yesterday invited the All Progressives Congress, APC, to forward a replacement for Prince Abubakar Audu, its dead candidate. READ MORE...

Treasury looters now returning stolen funds

President Muhammadu Buhari, in Tehran, Iran, yesterday, disclosed that many of those who looted the public treasuries in the government of former President Goodluck Jonathan had started returning the stolen funds to the government. READ MORE...



Kogi: APC to replace Audu as Wada plans court action

The All Progressives Congress will hold a primary election to replace the late Prince Abubakar Audu, its governorship candidate who died before the election was declared inconclusive - a decision rejected by many legal experts. READ MORE...

$5.2b fine: Buhari to determine MTN's fate

Communications Technology Minister, Adebayo Shittu yesterday said the Federal Government had no intention of bending the rules to allow MTN to go unpunished over the subscriber identity module (SIM) card infractions that earned it a N1.4 trillion fine. READ MORE...



CBN frees N700bn to real sector as analysts expect rates to fall

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) reduced its benchmark interest rate for the first time in six years, and cut the cash reserve ratio (CRR) in a move designed to provide between N500 billion and N700 billion to be channelled to employment generating sectors -agriculture, infrastructure and solid minerals. READ MORE...

Power supply badly hit nationwide by two major cuts in TCN transmission lines

The electricity supply situation in the country has gotten worse as a result of a combination of generation, transmission and distribution problems which have led to more stringent power rationing. READ MORE...


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