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The Guardian Nigeria

Thursday 11 February 2016
Daily Newsletter:

Nigeria’s crude oil production up by 252,800bpd

Nigeria’s crude oil output increased by 252,800 barrels per day in January, up from the 1.697 million barrels per day it recorded in December to 1.949 million barrels per day.

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NNPC Refinery

NNPC raises fuel import, as Kaduna, P’Harcourt refineries remain shut

TO close the gap created by the shutdown of Port Harcourt and Kaduna refineries, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has embarked on a massive importation of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS).

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EFCC blames journalists as Metuh disputes reports

The media was awash with different headlines on Wednesday, on the proceedings, with many alleging that Metuh bought a house worth N500million in Banana Island, Lagos.

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Obasanjo, Jonathan under probe over Abuja master plan

ALL previous administrations since 1999 are being investigated by the Senate with a view to ascertaining how much they allegedly violated the Abuja master plan.

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NFF president,  Amaju Pinnick

NFF not replacing Oliseh, says Pinnick

Insinuations in some quarters that the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), is making underground moves to replace Super Eagles Head Coach, Sunday Oliseh, may not be true afterall.

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NASS suspends deadline for passing 2016 budget

Now, members of the National Assembly have begun questioning the integrity of the document before them and suddenly announced yesterday the indefinite suspension of the deadline they had earlier fixed for passing the budget.

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Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu

Govt seals pact with chamber on research findings’ commercialisation

The Federal Ministry of Science and Technology and the Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI), on Tuesday, forged a landmark partnership for the commercialisation of the results from the nation’s research centres.

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President Muhammadu Buhari
Prof. Wole Soyinka
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