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Enugu State Executive Council okays the amendment of its Christian Pilgrims Welfare Board law cap 43 revised law 2004

Enugu state government has approved the reactivation of its emergency call centre to facilitate passage of information and communication to enhance enhance governance and promote crime prevention and fighting in the state. To this end, the state Executive Council has approved the sum of ten million Naira(N10m) for the reactivation …

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Gov. Ugwuanyi Assures For More Development in Enugu

Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State has assured the people of his administration’s commitment to provide development projects in every council area in the state, once the economic situation in the country improves positively. Gov. Ugwuanyi, who spoke through the Chairman of the Enugu State Urban Renewal Committee, Arc. Chris …

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Governor Ifeanyi Inaugurates New Radio station in Enugu

Media, Driving Force for Advancement of Democracy – Gov Ugwuanyi. Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State said yesterday that media organizations in any clime are instruments for the advancement of good governance and democracy. Speaking during the official opening of Urban Radio 94.5 FM Enugu, a private media outfit, Gov …

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Mobility has evolved beyond smartphones, says BlackBerry

MOBILITY is the future. That has become an acceptable cliché in the technology eco-system today. However, a lot of people see the evolution of the smart phone and tablets as the beginning and end of mobility. Much as the rapidly growing mobile environment gives huge essence to what mobility is …

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World Bank approves N1.55b for farming in Bauchi

The World Bank has approved the disbursement of N1.55 billion to Bauchi FADAMA III Project for execution of two agriculture programmes during the 2016 cropping season. This was disclosed by the Projects Coordinator, Bauchi State Fadama III Project, Dr Ali Garba. Garba explained that N600 million was additional financing to Fadama …

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