Alex Badeh regains freedom

March 25, 2016

Alex Badeh regains freedom after meeting his bail conditions Former Chief of Defence Staff, Alex Badeh regained his freedom last night after meeting his bail conditions. Badeh who is standing trial for the misappropriation of N1.1 billion meant for the Nigeria Airforce, was granted N2 billion bail and two sureties in the sum of N1bn each, by a Federal High Court on March 10th. He met all the conditions last…

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Even if i leave the presidency tomorrow, I want Nigerians to remember me for good- Buhari

March 24, 2016

Even if I have to leave the Presidency tomorrow, I want Nigerians to remember that I respect them- Buhari President Buhari today said even if he leaves office tomorrow, he wants Nigerians to remember him as a leader who respected them. Buhari said this while speaking at the National Economic Committee meeting of APC in Abuja today March 24th. Buhari made the remark while speaking on the recent acts of…

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Wike pays condolence visit to Rivers NYSC Secretariat over death of corps member

March 23, 2016

Photos: Wike pays condolence visit to Rivers NYSC secretariat over death of corps member during rerun election Rivers state governor, Nyesom Wike, today paid a condolence visit to the National Youth Service Corps in the state to commiserate with them on the killing of of a corps member, Samuel Okonta, during the re-run election held last Saturday, March 19. Okonta, who served at GCSS Ukpeliede was shot dead by unknown…

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Ben Murray-Bruce reacts to Reports that CBN is illegally recruiting

March 18, 2016

Ben Murray-Bruce reacts to reports that CBN is illegally recruiting the children of the rich According to Senator Ben Murray-Bruce, all those indicted in the illegal recruitment exercise in the Central Bank of Nigeria should be investigated and punished. CBN was recently accused of carrying out secret recruitment exercise where the children of top members of the society were secretly recruited into the apex bank’s workforce.

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