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The Guardian Nigeria

Wednesday 2 September 2015
Daily Newsletter:

Electricity generation slumps as six power plants stop running

SIX electricity generating plants have been shut down across the country, causing worry that the relative stability in power supply in recent times may be short-lived.

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‘25% of cybercrime cases unresolved’

AT the Information Security Society of Africa- Nigeria (ISSAN) organized stakeholders forum to discuss the new Cybercrime Law in the country, it has been revealed that about 25 per cent of cybercrime cases in Nigeria are

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Oil prices halt three-day rally, drop to $49.20 per barrel

Crude oil prices dropped by nine per cent from $53.80 to $49.20 per barrel yesterday, following concerns about a slowdown in Chinese economic growth.

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Settling the dust over Zakari’s appointment as INEC’s Acting Chair

WITH threats to the validity of the gubernatorial elections holding in Kogi and Bayelsa States in November and December this year, the issue of the appointment of Mrs. Amina Bala Zakari as the acting Chairman of the Inde

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‘We prefer to take longer routes’

MOTORISTS on the Benin-Auchi-Lokoja Road have been passing through harrowing experiences because of a bad portion in Okueka village at kilometre 15 part of the road from Benin City as many spend unending hours while othe

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Reality of match-fixing and why Africa may never win World Cup

ALGERIA is one of the biggest football nations in Africa. Over the years, it has recorded successes and triumphs that will earn it the sobriquet, ‘football giant’.

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Prof. Wole Soyinka

Wole Soyinka, Oyinlola tussle over Osogbo UNESCO Centre’s leadership

A solution may not be in sight over the leadership tussle rocking the Centre for Black Culture and International Understanding (CBCIU), Osogbo, Osun State, a category II facility under the auspices of the United Nations

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Journalist’s cry for assistance

FOR over a year, the Nasarawa State Correspondent of The Nation Newspaper, Mr. Jonny Yakubu Danjuma, has been critically ill at the Benue State University Teaching hospital, Makurdi.

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Nigeria exports N2.1tr petroleum products in second quarter

The Federal Government exported ₦2.1 trillion worth of petroleum products during the second quarter of this year, according to the National Bureau of Statistics.

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Presidency, ex-ministers in war of words over Jonathan’s achievements

SOME former ministers who served under erstwhile President Goodluck Jonathan have risen in his support, urging President Muhammadu Buhari government to stop discrediting the immediate past administration.

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