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The Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, has ordered immediate investigation into the “unfortunate personal comments purportedly made by the alleged Police officer named Inusa Saidu Biu on his facebook account,” threatening to kill 200 Nigerians if President Muhammadu Buhari dies.

 

   Nigerian former Minister of Education, Babalola Borishade, 71, died in London on Wednesday after a brief illness.

He was initially rushed to Reddington Hospital in Lagos, last week from where he was taken to London.

 The cause of death was lung and heart –related.

By Mohammed Abubakar, Damaturu

Colleges of  Education  Academic Staff Union (COEASU) Federal College of Education  (Technical),  Potiskum chapter, has suspended the industrial action it embarked upon since March 23,  2017 over non-payment of perculier Academic Allowance  (PAA)  among other demands.

By Rita Michael, Bauchi

 

The Executive Secretary, Bauchi State Agency for the control of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis /Leprosy and Malaria (BACATMA), Usman Misau, has expressed worry over the low knowledge of malaria management among Nigerians.

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has reiterated its commitment to ensuring safety and security on Nigerian waters.

 This in line with its mandate to ensure safety and security in the Nigerian territorial waters.

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Agency laments low knowledge of malaria management

By Rita Michael, Bauchi

 

The Executive Secretary, Bauchi State Agency for the control of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis /Leprosy and Malaria (BACATMA), Usman Misau, has expressed worry over the low knowledge of malaria management among Nigerians.

NIMASA assures on safety, security in Maritime

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has reiterated its commitment to ensuring safety and security on Nigerian waters.

 This in line with its mandate to ensure safety and security in the Nigerian territorial waters.

ECOWAS transport pact for review, says WARTU

West Africa Road Transport Union (WARTU) has assured that it would review transport agreement between Nigeria and other member-countries to enable Nigerian transporters participate in transportation of Nigeria cargo along ECOWAS corridor.

I’ve forgiven those who branded me Boko Haram – Okorocha

Imo State Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, said that he has forgiven politicians in the state and even in the South-East who branded him “Boko Haram” because he was part of the merger that gave birth to All Progressives Congress (APC).

Manchester United to replace £60m David de Gea

Manchester United have a concrete interest in Antoine Griezmann, according to the Guardian. We all know this, and we all know that much depends on the success of qualifying for the Champions League before players make their minds up.

Oil prices slip ahead of U.S. stock data after surprise API build

 

Oil prices edged lower on Wednesday ahead of data that will shed light on U.S. crude inventories after an industry report indicated a surprise build in fuel stocks, underscoring the persistence of global oversupply.

Abuja High Court grants Nnamdi Kanu bail

 Nnamdi Kanu has been granted bail on health grounds by the Federal High Court sitting in Abuja - As part of his bail conditions, the court ordered Kanu never to grant any press interview pending the outcome of his trial - The IPOB leader is also ordered not to be in a gathering of more than 10 p

NBA Yobe State Chapter holds Law Week in May

By: Mohammed Abubakar
Damaturu
 
 

Rivers at 50: Celebration, New Vision, Sustained Growth

 

 

By Simeon Nwakaudu

 

Niger govt denies plot to ‘embarrass’ ex-governor, Aliyu

      By Ummi Ismaeel

Minna

 

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