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House Speaker Pelosi: Trump making impeachment case by ignoring subpoenas

Washington, May 8, 2019 (Reuters/NAN) U.S. House of Representatives Speaker, Nancy Pelosi, on Wednesday said President Donald Trump was moving closer to impeachment with his effort to thwart congressional subpoenas and obstruct lawmakers’ efforts to oversee his administration. “Every single day the president is making the case” and “he’s becoming …

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Boko Haram : 11 die in attack near Maiduguri; Many injured; Shops burnt; Soldiers flee    

By Abdullahi Isah,, Maiduguri Eleven persons are believed to have been killed, including four soldiers, while several houses and shops were burnt when  Boko Haram insurgents attacked and chased Military personnel away from their base at Molai Community, on the outskirts of Maiduguri on Tuesday night. The attack, which started at …

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Osinbajo flags off school feeding programme in Ekiti   …Hails Fayemi on Social Investment programmes

  The Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, SAN;  on Tuesday flagged off the National Home Grown School Feeding Programme tagged Ekiti-Kete School meal in Ekiti State, making Ekiti the 31st state to commence the Federal Government initiative. Flagging off the programme in Ado- Ekiti on Tuesday, the Vice President said 75,020 pupils …

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NECA joins global debate on management of e-waste …as ILO celebrates Centenary Anniversary

  Lagos, Nigeria  The Nigeria Employee Consultative Association (NECA), has joined the Global Dialogue Forum on Decent Work in the management of electrical and electronic waste (e-waste), which took place in Geneva recently, as part of ILO Centenary celebrations. According to NECA, Nigeria’s representative at the forum, the discussion focused …

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