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Daily Archives: January 4, 2019

NEW YELLOW CARD BY FAAN IS NOW QUESTIONED AND QUERIED BY NIGERIANS

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria has incurred public wrath over an announcement on the impending change of the Yellow card issued to Nigerian travellers. In a notification on Twitter, FAAN said “All old yellow cards will be invalid from April 1st 2019” and urged Nigerians to get a New e-Yellow card by following the five steps listed. One of ...

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NANS TO SHUT DOWN IBADAN POLYTECHNIC OVER FEES INCREASEMENT.

The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has threatened to shut down the Ibadan Polytechnic over the astronomical increase in tuition fees by management. NANS gave the threat in a statement jointly signed by its leadership, Mr Adeyemi Azeez, NANS National PRO and Mr Adekitan Adebisi, NANS South-West Coordinator on Friday in Abuja. It expressed displeasure over the increment noting ...

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SENATOR DINO MELAYE HAS BEEN TRANSFERRED TO THE HOSPITAL BY THE POLICE.

Senator Dino Melaye has been admitted to hospital, hours after he surrendered himself to a police team investigating a charge of attempted culpable homicide. The police revealed this Friday in a statement by spokesman Jimoh Moshood. He said the senator was in stable condition. Moshood did not indicate the nature of the senator’s illness or in which hospital he is ...

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ANOTHER BOKO HARAM HIDEOUT DISCOVERED.

Troops on Thursday neutralised six Boko Haram terrorists and destroyed their hideouts at Gawa and Boskoro villages of Mafa Local Government Area of Borno. According to a statement by the army spokesman, Brig.-Gen. Sani Usman, the gallant troops also rescued three women at Boskoro, who had been handed over to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp officials at Dikwa. Usman said ...

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DEMOCRAT CHALLENGES TRUMP ON SHUT DOWN

The Democrat-controlled US House of Representatives has voted to end a partial government shutdown – but the move looks certain to be vetoed by President Donald Trump. Mr Trump has said he will reject any measure that does not provide funding for his proposed US-Mexico border wall. New House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has branded the wall “an immorality”. The measures ...

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