July 14, 2024
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SIR ABMF COMMISERATES WITH PLATEAU STATE GOVERNMENT AND PEOPLE OF THE STATE OVER THE TRAGIC INCIDENT OF SCHOOL BUILDING COLLAPSE
BREAKING: KADUNA ABDUCTED JOURNALISTS, THEIR FAMILIES REGAINED THEIR FREEDOM
SOUTH EAST HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY CAUCUS OF LP APPEALS TO PRESIDENT TINUBU TO RELEASE MAZI NNAMDI KANU FROM DETENTION   
PRESIDENT TINUBU SAYS HE RECEIVED THE NEWS OF THE COLLAPSE OF A SCHOOL BUILDING IN JOS WITH PROFOUND GRIEF   
GOVERNOR YUSUF FLAGS OFF SECOND PHASE OF EMPOWERMENT WITH N260M FOR 5,200 WOMEN 
FIRE GUTS EMIR OF KANO’S PALACEcPALACEchief or
GMSG APPEALS TO PRESIDENT TINUBU TO DIRECT THE CONTINUATION OF THE KOLMANI CRUDE OIL EXPLORATION
PRESIDENT TINUBU APPOINTS MR. SILAS AGARA AS THE NEW DIRECTOR-GENERAL OF THE NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF EMPLOYMENT       
BIPC UNVEILS MODEL TO INTEGRATE IDPS IN TO THE SOCIETY
ACTING DIRECTOR GENERAL OF NCAA, RAISES CONCERNS ABOUT THE INSUFFICIENT AIRCRAFT CAPACITY                                                                                   
May
2024
28

PRESIDENT TINUBU SAYS THE CONSTRUCTION OF 700KM LAGOS-CALABAR COASTAL HIGHWAY WILL REVOLUTIONISE TRANSPORTATION IN THE COUNTRY

  PRESIDENT TINUBU SAYS THE CONSTRUCTION OF 700KM LAGOS-CALABAR COASTAL HIGHWAY WILL REVOLUTIONISE TRANSPORTATION IN THE COUNTRY                                                   

May
2024
28

PRESIDENT TINUBU INAUGURATES 36.02km NEWLY RECONSTRUCTED APAPA-OWORONSHOKI-OJOTA-OSHODI EXPRESSWAY           

  PRESIDENT TINUBU INAUGURATES 36.02km NEWLY RECONSTRUCTED APAPA-OWORONSHOKI-OJOTA-OSHODI EXPRESSWAY                                                                   

Apr
2024
18

CUBANA CHIEF PRIEST, PASCAL OKECHUKWU PLEADS NOT GUILTY OF NAIRA ABUSE 

CUBANA CHIEF PRIEST, PASCAL OKECHUKWU PLEADS NOT GUILTY OF NAIRA ABUSE                                                               

Apr
2024
10

ACCIDENT: RESCUERS SEARCH FOR MISSING PASSENGERS IN LAGOS LAGOON……..

ACCIDENT: RESCUERS SEARCH FOR MISSING PASSENGERS IN LAGOS LAGOON…….. Rescuers are combing the Lagos lagoon for two passengers believed to have fallen inside from the Third Mainland Bridge after the bus they were traveling in had an accident this morning. Operatives of

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