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The Guardian Nigeria

Wednesday 6 May 2015
HEADLINES

World Bank approves $200 million for regional electricity transmission

THE World Bank Group’s Board of Directors has approved $200 million support for a regional transmission network to enable electricity trade among a few western African countries.

Fenerbahce wants to dump Emenike for Fulham star

Super Eagles’ striker, Emmanuel Emenike’s days at Fenerbahce appears to be heading to an end following the Turkish club’s desperate attempts to lure Fulham star, Kostas Mitroglou, to Istanbul.

100 feared killed in Taraba

HOPES that peace may soon return to parts of Taraba State, including Kerim-Lamido Local Council, that have suffered loss of lives and property are fading.

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NLC seeks revitalisation of power sector

THE Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has described as “tragic” the federal government investment of over $40billion in the power sector in the past 16 years with little or nothing to show for it. Acc

Senate President, David Mark

Budget headwinds challenge 2015 growth forecasts

There are indications of emerging challenges against the nation’s quest for development and growth projections in 2015, going by the figures in the approved 2015 fiscal plan (budget).

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