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President Muhammadu Buhari has returned to Nigeria at around 4.am on Friday, March 10 after an extended medical leave in London.

According to This Day, the president landed in Kaduna airport after which he was choppered to Aso Rock Villa. He left the country on January on a 10-day vacation.

.Says APC funding Sheriff

planned Convention with $1m

 

By Mohammed Abubakar,

Damaturu

 

Yobe State Governor, Ibrahim Gaidam, has commenced the rehabilitation and upgrade of secondary schools devastated by Boko Haram across the state.

The first phase was the complete rebuild of three secondary schools sampled from the three senatorial district: GSS Gwio Kura, GSS Yunusari and GSS Fika, respectively.

The Nigeria Football Federation on Wednesday issued the second Integrity Initiative Circular, which relates principally to what match officials must observe henceforth to preserve integrity in the organization of football matches within Nigeria.

 

There is anxiety at the Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oron, as the Chief Adebayo Sarumi-led Ministerial Committee has commenced moves to audit its workforce.

 Already, the committee has issued an inquiry document in the form of a questionnaire with over 40 questions seeking to know details about the over 1,300 employees of the school.

Nigerian champions Enugu Rangers flew out of the country on Thursday for their CAF Champions League second round, first leg encounter with Zamalek FC of Egypt on Sunday.

The Confederation of African Football has appointed respected South African official, Daniel Frazer Bennett to be in charge of the clash at the Al Salam Stadium in Cairo. Kick off is 9pm Egypt time.

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Dogara in fresh allegations

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