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London Anti-corruption Summit: FG set to implement new rules against graft in Nigeria; as British PM Cameron unveils plans to stop flow of ‘dirty money’ into UK

President Muhammadu Buhari, Thursday, at the Commonwealth Anti-Corruption Summit in London, disclosed by his government to commence the full implementation of the principles of the Open Contracting Data Standards (OCDS). The President said this was geared towards furthering Nigeria’s ongoing campaign against corruption. The OCDS enables disclosure of data and …

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Bayelsa community turns ghost town as villagers flee over killing of 3 soldiers by unknown gunmen

CHINEDU WOSU, Yenagoa Foropa community in the Southern Ijaw council area in Bayelsa State, is now a ghost town as the people have reportedly fled the village following the killing of three soldiers in the community by unknown gunmen, last week. Caretaker Committee Chairman, Southern Ijaw, Mr. Joshua Macaiver confirmed, …

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Lagos to establish Mobile Cancer Centre …As Ambode reiterates commitment to efficient health service delivery

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode on Thursday accepted the offer to raise funds toward the establishment of Mobile Cancer Centre for treatment of people who require such treatment, just as he expressed absolute commitment to providing efficient health care service delivery to all residents of the State. Governor Ambode, …

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Herdsmen Attacks: Enugu CAN rejects alleged Grazing Reserve Bill; Gov. Ugwuanyi inaugurates Commission of Inquiry into attacks

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Enugu State Chapter has rejected the proposed bill for grazing reserve in the country, describing it as a “private business” that should not be allowed to see the light of the day. The Association made its stance known at the Government House, Enugu during …

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British PM Cameron now lauds Buhari’s fight against corruption; describes FG’s efforts as ‘remarkable steps forward’

Briefing Members of Parliament (MP) in the House of Commons, Wednesday, the British PM, David Cameron, remarked that both Nigeria and Afghanistan had taken “remarkable steps forward” on corruption, as he further acknowledged that the countries’ leaders were “battling hard” to tackle the problem. It would be recalled that the …

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