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I never expected this VIP treatment – Mrs. Iwara, 2nd winner of Konga Travel Rolls Royce promo,  Receives special gift, lounge access

‘‘For me to be selected as the rightful winner of this Rolls Royce promo, God will replenish whatsoever Konga Travel has lavished on me. My feet are blessed and as I have stepped into that Rolls Royce, the company will be glorified by God. The kind of treatment I received …

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NNPC, JV partners disburse $360m for Ogoni Clean-up

By Edith Ike-Eboh Abuja, Feb. 17, 2020 The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and its Joint Venture Partners have disbursed 360 million dollars toward the Ogoniland Clean-Up project as recommended by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). The Joint Venture (JV) Partners are Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), Total Exploration …

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“Operation Do the Math”: Recuse yourselves from review of Ihedioha’s mandate matter, US Group tells 7 Supreme Court judges

New York, NY A United States of America, US, based Group, Imo Diaspora Coalition for Justice and Democracy (IDCJD) has called on the seven Judges in the January 14, 2020 Supreme Court Judgment of the Imo State governorship case between Hon. Emeka Ihedioha and Senator Hope Uzodinma to recuse themselves …

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Transporters Day: Nestlé Nigeria meets with top logistics companies

By Emmanuel Afonne Abuja, Feb. 15, 2020 Nestlé Nigeria PLC says it will continuously drive product availability in the marketplace with speed to ensure it remained at the forefront of supporting the growth of the Nigerian economy through its local sourcing and supplier development initiatives. Mrs Victoria Uwadoka, Corporate Communications …

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 Operation Do the Math: Call on US Senate, House to pressure Supreme Court to reverse Ihedioha’s ouster, Group urges

New York, NY. February 14, 2020 Imo Diaspora Coalition for Justice and Democracy (IDCJD) has called on all Imo State, Nigeria Citizens and all Defenders of Democracy to call on members of the United States’ Senate and House Subcommittees on Africa to pressure the Nigerian Supreme Court to reverse what …

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How Nigeria’s police used telecom surveillance to lure, arrest journalists

By Jonathan Rozen/CPJ Senior Africa Researcher As reporters for Nigeria’s Premium Times newspaper, Samuel Ogundipe and Azeezat Adedigba told CPJ they spoke often over the phone. They had no idea that their regular conversations about work and their personal lives were creating a record of their friendship. On August 9, 2018, Ogundipe published …

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UNGA President canvasses inclusive agric policies to end hunger

By Harrison Arubu United Nations, Feb. 12, 2020 President of the United Nations General Assembly, Amb. Tijani Muhammad-Bande, on Wednesday called for inclusive agricultural policies to boost the fight against poverty and hunger. He made the call during an interactive dialogue on “Targeting Hunger: South-South and Triangular Cooperation for Transforming …

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Boko Haram: 1,115 children died from acute malnutrition in Borno in 2019 – UNICEF

By: Hamza Suleiman Maiduguri, Feb, 11, 2020 The United Nation Children Fund(UNICEF) on Tuesday said 1,115 children  have died from acute malnutrition in Borno between January and December 2019. UNICEF Nutrition Sector Coordinator, Mr Simon Karanja, disclosed this at the inauguration of the Borno Steering Committee on Food and Nutrition …

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