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Daily Archives: 05/11/2019

#entertainment# Nigerian top blogger Linda Ikeji has opened up on how she was too picky about men who came her way. The celebrity blogger who disclosed this in an interview with Star Drive Ghana, ahead of Blogger summit which held in Accra, Ghana. According to the Billionaire Blogger, she doesn’t believe the saying that men are afraid of successful women. Linda noted that men like successful women and that she was so… Read More

#news# Plateau state Governor Simon Lalong, in his bid to improve tourism in the state, is holding talks with Kenyan government on how to collaborate. This is by demonstrating determination to restock the capital city of Jos wildlife park, by bringing in more animals from Kenya. Lalong and Kenyan government are also exploring areas of collaboration and investment opportunities for the Nigerian Northern States in general and Plateau State in particular. The… Read More

Originally posted on MyNewsBite:
President Muhammadu Buhari Monday in London assented to Bill amending the Deep Offshore (and Inland Basin Production Sharing Contract) Act. The amended Bill, according to the Presidency, is expected to generate at least $500 million additional revenue for the Federal Government in 2020, and over $1 billion dollars from 2021. Speaking in London after signing the bill, Buhari said: “Today is an important day for all Nigerians –…

Originally posted on MyNewsBite:
Following the arrest of some Boko Haram suspects in the state, Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has reiterated his administration’s commitment to the safety of residents and visitors to the state. The governor, in a statement by the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Gbenga Omotoso, commended the gallantry of officers of the 81 Division of the Nigerian Army who foiled an attempted attack on one of the universities…

Originally posted on MyNewsBite:
Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Monday cautioned the Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Mahmood Yakubu, over the deployment of extra national commissioners as well as Resident Electoral Commissioners (RECs), from other states, to Kogi and Bayelsa for the November 16 governorship elections in the two states. PDP alleged that some of these INEC officials were known to have “integrity issues” that were “capable of triggering crisis…

#news# Former Aviation minister chief Femi Fani Kayode has accused the federal government over the border closure in the southern region of the country. Femi Alleged, that the closure of the border is a vicious attempt to frustrate this years Christmas celebration for the southerners. In an article on his Facebook page, Femi responded to the comptroller general customs service, Gen. Hameed, who during an interview said that, “China has closed their… Read More