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Items filtered by date: Tuesday, 03 October 2017

Wike, IGP Jaw-Jaw, Reconcile After Months Of War-War

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A better working relationship between the Rivers State governor, Nyesom Wike and the Inspector-General of Police, Alhaji Ibrahim Idris appears in sight, following a meeting between the duo in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, during a security summit for major stakeholders in the south-south.

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C’River PDP Chairman Under Attack

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Chairman of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party in Cross River State has come under attack from his kinsmen in ward 3, Calabar Municipality, for allegedly tampering with the list of elected officials of the party for the ward.

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There's Hope For Nigeria –Ndoma-Egba

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Chairman, governing board of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba has called on Nigerians to be hopeful about the future in spite of the current challenges as the Federal Government has taken adequate steps to bring the economy out of recession and restore the country on the path of economic growth.

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From A’Ibom, Resource Control Campaign Music Returns, …As Udom Rejects Biafra, …Dickson: We Must Talk

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This year's Independence Day celebrations in Akwa Ibom State was an opportunity for the Speaker of the state house of assembly to revive the campaign for resource control and self determination for oil producing communities of the Niger Delta, just as the governor, Udom Emmanuel took advantage of the day to express his dislike for the Biafra struggle.

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Ripples In Bayelsa Over CBN’s N2bn Aid

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A socio-political and cultural organisation under the aegis of Grace Movement Initiative ( GMI) has called on the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Bayelsa state Medium Enterprises Development Agency (BYMEDA) to produce the names of beneficiaries of the over N2bilion

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Over Taxation Killing Hospitality Industry – Hotelier

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If the growth and sustainability of the hospitality industry in Nigeria is to be achieved, there is the urgent need to reduce the amount of taxes players in the industry have to pay. The federal, state and local governments have, therefore, been called upon to review the taxation burden in the sector.

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