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OBJ the number one corrupt Ex President – choose Yar’Adua because others were corrupt –Obasanjo

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo said on Wednesday that he chose the late former President Umaru Yar’ Adua as his successor because the others, who wanted the post, were corrupt. Obasanjo said one of the people who wanted to succeed him in 2007 was “stinkingly corrupt” and that the only way he (Obasanjo) could justify himself…

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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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Is Kwara State Going to War ? -Eid-El-Fitr: Security Agencies Deploy 10,000 Personnel in Kwara

Ahead of the Eid-el- Fitr celebrations, security agencies in Kwara state have deployed about 10,000 personnel to maintain peace and security during the period. Already,  security has been beefed up in Ilorin metropolis as well as the Eidi praying ground, Ilorin. The spokesman of the State Police Command, Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP)  Ajayi Okasanmi…

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Liars and Deceivers in the high places – Tinubu: I Have Not Made Demands of Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari  and Bola Tinubu   • President asks APC warring factions to reconcile differences Tobi Soniyi in Abuja   
 A National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Bola Tinubu has denied claims that he has been making demands of President Muhammadu Buhari on whom the latter should appoint to his government. Speaking to…

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The Mirage Giant of Africa going Bankruptcy -Lack of funds halts recruitment into police

The management of the Nigeria Police Force has stopped recruitment into the force as a result of paucity of funds, The PUNCH learnt on Tuesday. The last recruitment into the police was in 2011. Our correspondent learnt that poor budgetary allocations had been hindering the Force from adding to its current 400,000 policemen and policewomen.…

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Oil Rises on Slow Return of Iran Exports after Nuclear Deal

Amrita Sen, Oil prices rose about 1 per cent yesterday, reversing early losses, after it became apparent that a nuclear deal between Tehran and six global powers will not immediately remove sanctions placed on Iranian crude exports. Under the deal, sanctions imposed by the United States, European Union and United Nations are expected to be…