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Media Urged To Abide By Election Coverage Guidelines

The media has been urged to obey rules and regulations binding election coverage in Nigeria. …

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Rivers APC Governorship Tussle.

Supreme Court of Nigeria adjourns to February 12 to give judgment on  Rivers  All Progressives …

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FG Says N50bn Needed To complete National Library Project

FG Says N50bn Needed To complete National Library Project   The federal government says it …

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Green Economy Identified As Viable Alternative To Nigeria’s Energy Needs

Officials of the Energy Commission of Nigeria and other allied  Agencies have been charged to …

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3rd Anniversary: The Citizens Church Visits Maitama General Hospital, Donates Cash Gifts To Sick Children

The need to show empathy and extend a hand of love to the sick has …

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INEC MEETS COMMONWEALTH OBSERVERS, INAUGURATES INTER-AGENCY CAMPAIGN FINANCE MONITORING GROUP

  The Independent National Electoral Commission Monday Inaugurates A Committee Involving  Security Finance Agencies To …

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Christians Tasked On Sustained Evangelism As Church Of Christ Honours Deserving Members

Christians have been advised to get fully involved in evangelism so as to draw men …

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Indiscriminate Pasting Of Posters: AEPB Reads Riot Act To Political Parties

As campaigns continue ahead of 2019 general elections, the Abuja Environmental Protection Board AEPB, has …

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FG Commences 3-Months Free Train Ride From Lagos To Ibadan

The Federal Government has made good its promise by commencing a three month free railway …

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Clergies, Members Roll Out Drums As The Citizens Church Clocks Three

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