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81 traffic offenders apprehended by FRSC in Onitsha

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Onitsha on Wednesday said it apprehended no fewer than 81 motorists for various offences during the Easter Special Patrol. The Unit Commander of FRSC in Onitsha, Mr Paulinus Akpotobo, stated this in an interview with newsmen. According to him, the special patrol which …

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UGWULESHI YOUTHS REMANDED IN PRISON CUSTODY OVER CLASH WITH FULANI HERDSMEN, ENUGU STATE GOV APPEALS FOR CALM

Following violent arrest of about eighty youths of Ugwuleshi, Awgu local government area,Enugu governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi,has led a delegation of government officials, in company of the State Police Commissioner, to the community  to seek their patience and inform them on government`s effort to protect them. The youths who were reportedly at …

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Imo students to represent Nigeria in world schools debate

The Imo school students have qualified to represent the country in the inter-continental academic event after they had emerged the over­all winner at the president’s Inter-SUBEBS debate completion in the country. Miss Precious Nnabugo, pre­cious Etoh, Favour Nneji, Olue­bube Duru and Goodness Nwane­bu had represented Imo state in the President’s …

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ARMY SCORES BIG AGAINST BOKO HARAM

The Nigerian Army said on Tuesday that it had captured Alagarno, the `spiritual power base’ of the Boko Haram terrorists in the North-East. Maj.Gen. Lucky Irabor, the Theatre Commander of Operation Lafiya Dole who stated this while briefing newsmen in Maiduguri. said; on 18 Mar 16 at about 0900 hrs troops of …

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BUHARI REVEALS GRAND PLAN TO BOOST ECONOMY

President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday said all challenges and barriers Nigeria is facing are surmountable, urging citizens to expect more actions from his government such that will trigger economic growth and lift millions out of poverty. According to him, diversifying the economy could no longer be a slogan but a necessity; adding that agriculture …

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