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Details of Meeting of Former Heads of State Held in Minna, without Jonathan

Past Nigerian Presidents, all retired Generals, met in Minna, Niger State capital without the only ex-civilian President,  Dr. Goodluck Jonathan. The trio of Olusegun Obasanjo, Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida (IBB) and Abdulsalami Abubakar at the IBB home in Minna, on May 2nd, have been revealed. After the meeting only a group photograph taken

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More Accurate Weather Predictions as NiMet Partners NASRDA on GIS, Climate Monitoring

By ORU LEONARD   The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) is poised to collaborate with the National Space Research and Development Agency, (NASRDA) on the application of Geographical Information System (GIS) to meteorology.   This is to complement the existing surface weather stations in the country thereby improving the accuracy of NiMet’s forecasts and other

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Senate Makes U-turn, Orders Arrest of 30 CEOs

By STELLA UKWUOMA  The Nigerian Senate on Friday ordered the arrest of Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of 30 companies operating in Nigeria alleged to have been involved in the revenue loss of the country’s maritime sector to the tune of N30 trillion.   The affected companies had been invited to appear before the Red

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Police Disrupts Protest Against Ishaq Oloyede, JAMB Registrar

By JAMES EZEMA Thousands of protesters with placards who gathered in Abuja to protest the against what they described as the ineptitude of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Registrar,  Professor Ishaq Oloyede are angry at the Nigeria Police, ostensibly acting on the instruction of the Inspector General of Police

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Boko Haram Insurgence: Trump considers selling of high-tech attack planes to Nigeria

-Anietie Udobit,agency reports   The Trump administration is considering sale of a nearly $600 million high-tech attack planes to Nigeria, officials said Thursday. The goal is to shore up the West African nation's ability to fight Boko Haram and other extremists, despite U.S. concerns about human rights abuses by Nigerian security forces. The

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