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The Governor of Oyo State, Senator Abiola Ajimobi, has challenged Yoruba authors to write more quality literature for the teaching of morals and hard work to engender attitudinal change among the youth.

Ekiti State Governor, Mr. Ayodele Fayose, has hailed the international community, especially the United States of America and the United

Kingdom for joining lovers of democracy in Nigeria to speak out against the All Progressives Congress (APC) government of President

Mohammadu Buhari's use of state security apparatus to oppress opposition.

 

Nigeria’s immediate past Finance Minister, Dr Okonjo-Iweala, has denied indicting ex-President Goodluck Jonathan administration in which she served for the current economic woes.

In a statement by her Media Adviser, Paul C Nwabuikwu, the former finance minister said that she was misinterpreted.

Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, has assured the leaders of Hausa community of safty in the South East, Nigeria.

 The assurance was to douse the fear of the community following the alleged killing of five Fulani herdsmen in the region by criminals.

 During their meeting, Okorocha appealed to them to remain peaceful.

By Harris-Okon Emmanuel, Delta

 

American oil giants, Chevron Nigeria Limited, has reiterated commitment to operational excellence.

This is against the backdrop of the fire incident at its Escravos facility, which led to the death of two employees of its contractors.

 

Abia State Head of Service, Dr. Vivian Uma, has reiterated his readiness to welcome individuals, groups or corporate bodies that will embark on projects in line with the Okezie Ikpeazu administration to revolutionalize the economy of the state.

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