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Monkey is working baboon is enjoying – Senior civil servants demand N46, 000 minimum wage

The Association of Senior Civil Servants has demanded a minimum wage of N46,000 for workers. The union’s Secretary-General, Mr. Bashir Lawal, in Lagos State, on Wednesday, said that the existing N18, 000 minimum wage could not meet the socio-economic demands of workers. According to him, a minimum wage of N46,000 demand was arrived at after…

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Connivance: BBC, Zoo’s partner in deception, reports on the existence of Radio Biafra

At last, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) today issued breaking news about the existence of Radio Biafra. In their usual fashion, BBC deceptively mixed up information about the Biafra struggle by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) as preserved, projected and promoted by Radio Biafra (in defence of freedom) under the astute leadership of Director Nnamdi…

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Acountry that only depends on Crude Oil – DSS grills NNPC director 11 times over swap deals

A director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation has said that operatives of the Department of State Services have interrogated him 11 different times since May over crude oil swap deals with traders. “The DSS has been harassing some of us,” the Group Executive Director, Refining and Petrochemicals, NNPC, Mr. Ian Udoh, was quoted as…

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Story for the gods -Osinbajo Asks World Leaders to Dismantle Safe Havens for Stolen Funds

Vice-President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo (SAN) Wants stolen funds repatriated to Africa Tobi Soniyi in Abuja
 The Vice-President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo (SAN), has called on the international community to develop appropriate mechanism to dismantle safe havens and ensure repatriation of stolen funds and assets to the countries of origin as mandated in the United Nations Conventions…

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Taboo Roaming in the Zoo-US: We’ll Compel Nigeria to Accept Same-sex Marriage

Linda Thomas-Greenfield As President Muhammadu Buhari prepares to meet with his United States counterpart, Barack Obama, in the White House next Monday, the US government is expected to make another case asking the Nigerian government to repeal its law against same-sex unions. Making this known Monday, the US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs,…