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Onnohgen is guilty -CCT

April 18, 2019 Joshua Samuel

The Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) has convicted Walter Onnoghen, suspended chief justice of Nigeria (CJN), for false asset declaration. Danladi Umar, CCT chairman, found him guilty of the six counts preferred against him by the federal government. The CCT chairman ordered that Onnoghen be removed from office of CJN {Read More..}

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BREAKING- Walter Onnohgen banned for 10 years

April 18, 2019 Joshua Samuel

Suspended chief justice of Nigeria (CJN), Walter Onnoghen, has been convicted by the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) for false asset declaration. Danladi Umar, CCT chairman, found him guilty of the six counts preferred against him by the federal government. The CCT chairman ordered that Onnoghen be removed from office {Read More..}

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Federal government secures $247M in foreign loans

April 18, 2019 Joshua Samuel

Despite the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warning on Nigeria’s rising debt and taking loans from foreign sources, the Federal Government has approved another foreign loan of $247.3 million for infrastructure development. While the IMF says that rising government debt level could make the global economy more vulnerable to another severe {Read More..}

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Tanker explosion kills 10

April 15, 2019 Joshua Samuel

Not more than 10 people have reportedly died when a petroleum tanker exploded on Saturday, April 13 afternoon in Gombe state. Daily Trust quotes eyewitnesses as saying that the tanker, which was fully loaded with petrol, collided with another truck that was carrying bottled water along Gombe southern bypass. Officials {Read More..}

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We spend $60m annually on fish Importation- FG reveals

April 8, 2019 Joshua Samuel

The Federal Government has said that the country spends over $60 million on fish importation annually. Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Audu Ogbeh, disclosed the sum when he played host to the Ambassador of Nether- lands, Marion Kappeyne. Ogbeh, in a statement signed by the Deputy Director of Information, {Read More..}