PDP Suffers Major Setback as Tribunal Nullifies Election of Four Federal Lawmakers in Plateau State+30

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) experienced a significant blow in Plateau State as the election petition tribunal nullified the election of four of its federal lawmakers. The ruling was based on the lack of proper party structure during the nomination process. This decision has generated dissatisfaction within the PDP, as it contradicted an earlier judgment from another panel.

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Rivers State Governor Warns Traditional Rulers against Cult Involvement+30

Rivers State Governor Siminalayi Fubara has issued a stern warning to traditional rulers, cautioning them against involvement in cult activities. This follows the brutal murder of Divisional Police Officer Bako Amgbashim, allegedly by cultists. The governor has taken decisive action by suspending a monarch linked to the crime indefinitely. Fubara's administration is committed to rooting out cultism and violence in Rivers State, as the state grapples with these complex challenges.

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Viral Picture of Peter Obi and Seyi Tinubu: A Manipulated Image Circulates on Social Media+30

A manipulated image of a meeting between Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), and Seyi Tinubu, the son of President Bola Tinubu, has been circulating on social media. The original photo showed Tinubu conversing with Umar Faruk Lawal, the president of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS). This article delves into the implications of the manipulated image and highlights the ongoing legal battle over the 2023 presidential election results.

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Nigerians Share Their Experience Using the National Emergency Number 112+30

Nigerians have been sharing their experiences using the national emergency number 112, as urged by the Minister of Communications, Innovation and Digital Economy, Dr Bosun Tijani. While some users praised the quick response and effectiveness of the emergency services, others highlighted the need for improved coordination and awareness. The 112 number, powered by the Nigerian Communications Commission, provides a vital means for citizens to access the police, road safety corps, civil defence, fire service, and emergency management agencies.

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NAFDAC Director of Public Affairs Retires After 30 Years of Service+30

Dr. Abubakar Jimoh, the Director of Public Affairs at NAFDAC, has retired after 30 years of dedicated service. Throughout his career, he made significant contributions in the fight against counterfeit medicines and drug abuse. His retirement marks the end of an era for a consummate public relations practitioner and seasoned journalist.

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NURTW National Secretariat Raided and Union Officials Detained in Abuja+30

Police officials raided the National Secretariat of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) in Abuja, detaining top officials including the union president, Tajudeen Baruwa. The motives behind the arrests and the raid remain undisclosed, leaving the public and the union seeking answers. The unexpected police operation has raised concerns about the upcoming delegates conference and the credibility of the NURTW.

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Oyo State Governor Seyi Makinde Constitutes Committee for Economic Recovery+30

Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State has established a committee for Sustainable Action for Economic Recovery (SAfER) in response to the hardship caused by the removal of fuel subsidy. The 15-member committee, headed by the Chief of Staff, Hon. Segun Ogunwuyi, will be responsible for implementing various palliatives for the people of Oyo State. The committee includes representatives from different sectors and is expected to work diligently to alleviate the suffering of the masses.

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Stakeholders Critique President Tinubu's Palliative Measures+30

Nigerian stakeholders have expressed skepticism over the palliative measures announced by President Bola Tinubu, stating that they may not adequately address the country's economic challenges. Critics argue that the government needs to seek expert advice and explore long-term solutions to the prevailing issues. Others question the effectiveness and transparency of previous economic stimulus packages, further eroding public trust in the government's ability to provide meaningful relief.

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Nigerian Banks Step Up to Help Workers Amid Rising Living Costs+30

Nigerian banks, including Zenith Bank, Wema Bank, and GTBank, have decided to increase the pay and employee benefits of their staff to address the challenges posed by rising living costs in Nigeria. This move aims to alleviate the financial strain faced by workers due to the government's cutback on fuel assistance. Other banks, such as UBA, Fidelity Bank, and Ecobank, have also taken steps to support their employees during these difficult times.

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NCC Urges Telecom Service Providers to Improve Services for Nigerians+30

The Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) has called on telecom service providers MTN Nigeria Limited, Airtel Communication, and Vmobile Nigeria Limited to prioritize effective services for Nigerians. In a recent outreach event, NCC emphasized the need for improved relationships between consumers and service providers in order to enhance productivity in the industry. Additionally, the Lamido of Adamawa called for the regulation of telecom charges to ensure affordability for all Nigerians. Meanwhile, the NCC has also highlighted the importance of consumer protection, citing the dangers of toxic chemicals in certain food products.

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University of Lagos Increases Tuition Fees, Sparking Student Protests+30

Students of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) have expressed their displeasure over a recent increase in tuition fees. The new fee regime, which ranges between N100,750 and N230,250, has led to a mild protest on the campus. The university management justified the hike, stating that it is necessary to meet financial obligations. However, the students argue that the increase is unfair and could make education less accessible. This article discusses the implications of the fee hike and the students' concerns.

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Tragedy in Delta State: 2-Year-Old Shot Dead During NDLEA Raid+30

A tragic incident occurred in Delta State when a 2-year-old child was shot dead and his younger brother injured during a raid by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA). The incident has raised concerns and demands for justice as the father recounts the heartbreaking events. This article delves into the details of the tragedy and highlights the need for accountability.

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Nigeria's Participation in International Sports Federations and Organizations+30

Nigeria has been actively participating in various international sports federations and organizations. This article explores Nigeria's achievements, challenges, and impact on the global sports scene.

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Nigeria's Welfare Programs for Persons with Disabilities+30

Discover the challenges faced by disabled individuals in Nigeria and the efforts made by the government to improve their welfare. This article highlights Nigeria's welfare programs and initiatives aimed at creating an inclusive society for persons with disabilities. It explores various aspects such as healthcare, education, employment opportunities, and social security, emphasizing the need for accessibility and empowerment.

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Overcoming Obstacles: Strategies for Building Resilience in the Workplace+30

Discover effective strategies for building resilience in the workplace and overcoming obstacles. Develop your professional resilience to thrive in a dynamic work environment.

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