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The Guardian Nigeria

Saturday 4 July 2015

Labour Movement Rejects Half Salary For March Offered By Aregbesola

LABOUR movement in Osun state yesterday rejected half salaries for the month of March approved for primary school teachers and workers in the 30 local councils of the state, including the Area Office at Modakeke-Ife, by

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USA: Vengeance On Their Mind

He, who fights and runs away, lives to fight another day. Perhaps, this ancient axiom captures the feelings of Team USA, as they face Japan in yet another epic World Cup final tomorrow here in Vancouver.

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Okowa Swears In Commissioners, To Tackle Corruption

WITH a firm assurance that his administration has zero tolerance for corruption in the management of government business, Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa yesterday in Asaba sworn in 12 new Commissioners and five Spec

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Discordant Tunes, Doubts Over Planned Probe Of NNPC, Excess Crude Account

BEFORE now successive governments, especially at the national level had constituted various committees to probe controversial issues and events they deemed necessary. Majority of such probes, if not all had always ended

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Godwin Emefiele, CBN Governor

CBN alleges illegal trafficking in foreign currency across Nigeria’s borders

The CBN said that some unscrupulous Nigerians have been arrested trafficking in large volume of forex across the Nigerian borders without declaration to the appropriate authorities.

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Nigeria records major progress in MDGs, says FG

THE Federal Government yesterday affirmed that it has made significant progress in the achievement of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) since its inception.

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Army not owing troops operating in N’East, set for week-long 2015 celebrations

THE Chief of Army Staff, Lt. - Gen. Kenneth Minimah, has said the Nigerian Army is not owing troops involved in the ongoing counter-terrorism operations in the North-East their allowances.

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UNEP tasks Nigeria on sustainable financial principles

The United Nations Environment Programme ( UNEP), has urged the Nigerian financial regulatory agencies to enforce sustainable financial principles in their activities.

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Super Eagles’ players struggling to come to terms with Nigeria’s failure to qualify for the 2015 AFCON after their 2-2 draw with South Africa. The NSC has urged the NFF to support Coach Stephen Keshi to qualify the country for the 2017 AFCON. 			    PHOTO: AFP.

Nigerians cannot accept another AFCON miss, NSC warns

NSC Director General, Alhassan Yakmut, urged the NFF to work in harmony with the Super Eagles’ coach rather than distracting him with sack threats

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Buhari dismantles Jonathan’s structure, appoints Lawal Musa Daura as DSS DG

AS the nation awaits appointment of his men, President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed Lawal Musa Daura as the new Director General, Department of State Security Service (SSS).

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Speaker House of Representatives , Yakubu Dogara raising the Gavel after his election during the the inauguration of the 8th National Assembly in Abuja on Tuesday. PHOTO: Ladidi Lucy Elukpo.