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The Guardian Nigeria

Tuesday 21 April 2015
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Keshi

Eagles’ job not made for Keshi alone, says Anyansi

WHILE the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) insist it would sign a new contract today with Coach Stephen Keshi to enable the former Super Eagles’ captain continue handling the team, chairman of the

Global remittances to hit $636 billion by 2017

GLOBAL remittances will grow slowly in 2015, but accelerate again in 2016/17. They are projected to reach $586 billion in 2015, at a slower growth rate of 0.4 per cent due to economic conditions.

Zulu king denies triggering South Africa attacks

Zulu king, Goodwill Zwelithini, denied whipping up xenophobic hatred in South Africa after he was accused of triggering violence

Olorunfemi

Patronage of foreign contractors has led to rising unemployment, say engineers

Nigerian Engineers are desirous of deepening partnerships with stakeholders across the broad spectrum in the country, says President, Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), MR. ADEMOLA OLORUNFEMI

Jonathan

Jonathan denies alleged N2tr campaign expenses

THE Presidency yesterday denied a report in one of the national dailies, (not The Guardian) that President Goodluck Jonathan spent N2 trillion as campaign funds in the 2015 general elections as false.

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