BREAKING: Police arraigns Peace Corps boss in Abuja

 
The Nigeria police, on Monday, March 20, arraigned the national commandant of the Peace Corps, Amb. Dr. Dickson Akoh. Nigeria Police arraigns Peace Corps boss in Abuja court Akoh was brought into the Federal High Court alongside other senior officers of the corps. He was arrested over an allegation of illegal establishment of the organization…
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Beijing 2022 open first worldwide staff recruitmen

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The organising committee for the Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games opened its first worldwide staff recruitment on Monday. The committee said that a total of 22 staff members would be recruited for 21 positions, including 11 staff members to be recruited worldwide for 10 positions. “Positions in this recruitment involve majors in planning…
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Many dead in Ghana waterfall tree accident

 

Up to 20 people have died and many have been injured after a large tree fell on them at a popular waterfall spot in Kintampo, Ghana. They were swimming during a storm when the freak accident happened, emergency officials said. The tree had seemingly been brought down by the storm. Ghana National Fire Service spokesman…
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Wearing of uniform: Jemibewon backs Hameed Ali, says “I’ll have resigned if…”

 

A former governor of defunct Western State, Maj.-Gen. David Jemibewon (rtd) has said the demand by the Senate that the Comptroller-General of Nigeria Customs Service, Hameed Ali, appears before it in service uniform was unnecessary. Jemibewon described Ali, a retired colonel, as a fine military man who should not belittle himself with customs uniform. The…
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Embrace farming, shun alms-begging, Islamic clerics tells Muslims

 

National Chairman of Jama’atu Izalatu Bidi’a Wa’iqamati Sunna (JIBWIS), Sheikh Abdullahi Bala-Lau, on Monday, called on Muslims to embrace farming to earn a living and shun begging for alms. Bala-lau made then plea, in Gombe State, when he spoke to journalists about his visit to the state. He said that the executive officers of the…
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Judge bars journalists from using phones to cover Nnamdi Kanu’s case

 

Justice Binta Nyako of the Federal High Court, sitting in Abuja, on Monday, ordered that all journalists covering the case of the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu be barred from using their phones and cameras. The order came on the heels of Kanu’s appearance before the court on Monday for…
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Borno govt. to complete Chibok–Nbalala-Damboa road project

 

The Borno State Government said, on Monday, that it would ensure the completion of the 34-km Chibok- Nbalala-Damboa road project in 90 days. Commissioner for Works, Alhaji Adamu Lawan, made the promise in Maiduguri. Lawan said that the state government had given the contractor, Cumex Nigeria Ltd., handling the job deadline to complete work before…
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