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The Guardian Nigeria

Sunday 14 February 2016
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Oyebode• Father Was Passionate About Nigeria • He Loved Books, Native Food THIS afternoon, Aisha Mohammed-Oyebode, the eldest daughter of the late General Murtala Ramat Mohammed is sitting on a high-backed...

Mohammed Alhaji Abba Risqua Murtala Ramat Mohammed is the son of the late General Murtala Mohammed. He holds a B.Sc. honours degree in finance and banking from the University of Lagos and a post graduate...

PHOTO: www.cowleyteamministry.co.uk Alhaji Ibrahim Ramat Yakubu is the only surviving male sibling of the late Head of State, General Murtala Ramat Mohammed. He spoke with MURTALA MUHAMMED in Kano on the...

Retired Captain Abdulmaliq Yusuf, a former Native Police Authority officer, served under General Murtala Mohammed during the civil war and was with him before he became the head of state. In this interview...

Oba Sikiru Kayode Adetona, the Awujale of Ijebuland (left) and Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Ooni of Ife Ife Monarch’s Historic Move Towards Uniting The Yoruba Nation PERHAPS, his coming was divinely...

Under a subhead of the capital side of the 2016 Appropriation Bill is the sum of N2.5 billion for rehabilitation of public properties and places of worship that were damaged during the 2011 election as...

*Apex Court Keeps Mum On Lawmakers, Sends Emeakayi Into Limbo *Umeh Sued Wrong Candidate, I Deserve Certificate Of Return, Okonkwo SUPREME Court judgment in the protracted leadership crisis in Anambra...

Telecoms With unwanted text messages, forceful caller tune charges, and other unsolicited services, telecommunications service providers in Nigeria have gradually constituted themselves into a nuisance...

Minister for Labour and Productivity, Chris NgigeON January 8, this year, casual workers of Dag Motorcycle Industries (Nigeria) Limited, also known as Bajaj Motorcycles, were sacked indiscriminately by...

When the Federal Government mooted the idea of Treasury Single Account (TSA), not many envisaged that the scheme would land government in a fresh round of industrial impasse with universities’ staff....