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Don’t Put All Your Hopes In Buhari, Bishop Kukah Tells Nigerians

By Josiah Oluwole/Premiumtimesng.ComThe Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Matthew Hassan Kukah on Tuesday advised Nigerians not to not put all their hopes in President Muhammadu, and believing that he would solve all the problems facing the country.He also said...

Indebted Ghana Moves To Solve Energy Dispute With Nigeria

By Russell Padmore/BBC.COMGhana is hoping to reach a deal with Nigeria this week over a $103m (£70m) unpaid bill for gas after Nigeria's gas company suspended its threat to cut supplies.Ghana has struggled to pay its Nigerian gas bill...

Ambode Receives U.S. Ambassador To Nigeria, They Discuss Business, Democracy

By Simon Ateba/Lagos @simonatebaLagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, on Monday received the United States Ambassador to Nigeria, James Entwistle, and both discussed business and democracy, the government said in a statement.Ambode commended the efforts of the United States of America...

Nigeria To Open A Crisis Communication Centre To Counter Boko Haram, But Vice President Doesn’t Know Terrorists’ Narrative

By Simon Ateba/Lagos @simonatebaA crisis communication centre to counter Boko Haram extreme narrative will be opened in Nigeria, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, said on Monday, although he did not seem to understand their narrative.Osinbajo spoke when he received the...

Breaking! Minister Designate, Kayode Fayemi To Deliver Akintola Williams Lecture

  The immediate past governor of Ekiti State and minister designate, Dr Kayode Fayemi, will deliver the 2015 edition of Akintola Williams Distinguished lecture series, on Thursday in Lagos. The lecture is held annually to celebrate the doyen of the Accountancy profession...

Breaking! Buhari Meets Tambuwal, Wamakko Over Ministerial Nominee From Sokoto

"Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, along with Senator Aliyu Magatakarda Wamakko, had a fruitful one hour discussion with President Muhammadu Buhari on matters surrounding the nomination of Ms. Aisha Abubakar as a ministerial nominee from Sokoto State," Tambuwal's spokesman Malam...

Breaking: Embattled Sepp Blatter Wants Next FIFA President From Nigeria

By Taiwo Ibrahim/Lagos @taiwosportibrahimEmbattled FIFA President, Sepp Blatter, has urged the football world to give Nigeria a chance to produce the next FIFA President.Blatter made the call in a Radio interview.“Africa can produce the next FIFA president, why not.“Nigeria...

Breaking! Amaechi Will Not Be Screened On Tuesday, Name Struck Out

Rotimi Amaechi, former governor of Rivers state, is unlikely to be screened as a ministerial nominee yet again, as his name has been struck out of the order paper containing the names of nominees to be screened on Tuesday,...

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