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Ex Niger Delta Agitators Back Buhari’s Administration,Vow To Expose Pipeline Vandals

(Press Release)The Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta and Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Brigadier General Paul Boroh(Rtd), yesterday held an emergency meeting with the leaders of Ex-Agitators, captured under the Niger Delta Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP), in Benin City the capital of Edo State. The meeting which had the sole focus of fostering peace and stability in t ...

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Senate Bill On Discrimination Against Women: FOMWAN Position

FOMWAN POSITION PAPER ON “A BILL FOR AN ACT TO INCORPORATE AND ENFORCE CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN, THE PROTOCOL TO THE AFRICAN CHARTER ON HUMAN AND PEOPLE'S RIGHTS ON THE RIGHTS OF WOMEN IN AFRICA AND OTHER MATTERS CONNECTED THEREWITH". BEFORE THE HONOURABLE SENATE OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA INTRODUCTION Sometime in August 2016, a distinguished Senator of the Federal Republic ...

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Again, APC Acknowledges Tough 2016, Hails Buhari’s Payment Of N5000 To Poor Nigerians

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has commended President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration for fulfilling the promise the Party made to Nigerians during the 2015 general election campaigns that safety nets will be provided to vulnerable Nigerians. A statement by APC Spokesman,Bolaji Abdullahi said “with the commencement of payment of N5000 to one million poor Nigerians through the Conditional Cash Transf ...

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The 49 Liars: A Rebuttal, By Prof. Is-haq O. Oloyede

“They have no knowledge of such a thing, nor their fathers. Grievous is the word that comes forth from their mouth. What they say is nothing but falsehood.” (Q.18:5) If I were a Professor of English, I would have begun by repudiating the authors of the verbiage that generated this rebuttal, circulated on Wednesday and Thursday (December 28 and 29, 2016) with sadistic frenzy in traditional and new media, as ...

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EFCC Boss, Magu, Appears In Public, Reassures IDPs

The acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibrahim Magu has told persons displaced by the insurgency in the North East not to be demoralized by their present predicament but to remain strong, adding that there will soon be an end to their travail. He gave the assurance Saturday, December 31, 2016 during a visit to two internally displaced persons’ camps in Abuja. His appearan ...

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ICRC Trains SARS Personnel On Humanitarian Principles

The International Committee of the Red Cross carried out a 2 day training program on humanitarian principles and international standards of law enforcement for personnel of the Federal Special Anti Robbery Squad and the FCT Special Anti Robbery Squad at the Nigeria Police Force Headquarters, Abuja between 20th – 21st December, 2016. Assistant Inspector General of Police, Department of Training, AIG Sani Moh ...

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‘Prophecy’: Fayose Announces 22 Predictions For 2017

Outspoken and controversial Governor of Ekiti State,Ayo Fayose has released his 22 predictions for Nigeria in 2017. In the statement he personally endorsed, the governor said, “The Holy Spirit has once again led me to tell Nigerians what may happen in 2017.” See the full list as emailed to Newsdiaryonline. 2017: Fayose’s Predictions Fellow Nigerians, remember I predicted 20 things that will be experienced t ...

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EiE Press Release: 76% of Nigerians Actively Support Open Government Policies

EiE Press Release: 76% of Nigerians Actively Support Open Government Policies and #OpenNASS is a Panacea for Transparency and Accountability   ‘There is not a crime, there is not a dodge, there is not a trick, there is not a swindle, and there is not a vice which does not live by secrecy.’ - Joseph Pulitzer   The OpenNASS Project is an advocacy campaign aimed at tackling the major disconnect between the ele ...

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Boko Haram: Norway Gives US$11.5 Million For Education In Northeast Nigeria And Support For Women, Girls

The Government of Norway has donated $11.5 million, (approximately 3.6 billion Naira) to improve basic education and support girls and women who have been victims of sexual violence by Boko Haram in the conflict-affected northeast Nigerian states of Borno, Yobe, Adamawa and Gombe. The funding is part of the Safe Schools Initiative in northern Nigeria. In 2013, Norway was a pioneer member of the Safe Schools ...

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Nigerian Navy Sustains War Against Oil Bunkering

The Nigerian Navy has intensified effort in her fight against crude oil theft and illegal bunkering once again. Commodore Christian Ezekobe, Navy spokesman, said  in a statement that the navy is winning the war gradually on daily basis. According to him, the  Forward Operating Base (FOB) Bonny anti-crude oil theft patrol team acting on information discovered 2 Cotonou boats laden with product suspected to b ...

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Diversion Of IDP Foods: Angry Shettima Urges Police To Prosecute, Jail Officials Arrested

Angered by the arrest of some officials allegedly ‎involved in the diversion of 50 bags of rice meant for internally displaced persons, Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima has asked the Borno State Commissioner of Police to expedite action in the prosecution of anyone arrested with a view to having anyone found guilty, sentenced to jail by the law court. Shettima's directive was made public by his spokesm ...

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Over 300,000 Children Under Five Died From Diarrhoeal Disease In 2015 – UNICEF

 Simple act of handwashing with soap could save thousands of lives Download multimedia content for Global Handwashing Day at: http://weshare.unicef.org/mediaresources Download photos and broll from cholera treatment centres in Haiti. With cholera spreading fast in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti, and with a new outbreak in war-ravaged Yemen, UNICEF urges children, families and communities to mak ...

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