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Major Libyan oilfield reopens

The El Feel oilfield in Libya has been reopened after it was closed by tribal leaders in January. This was announced by the state-owned National Oil Corporation (NOC) of Libya, in a company’s statement, on monday. “NOC announces the resumption of oil production at El Feel oilfield on Sunday and confirms the lifting of force […]

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Kalu Resumes Duty at The Senate Chamber

Sen. Orji Uzor Kalu (Abia-APC), on Tuesday resumed duty at the senate by attending plenary after his release from Kuje Correctional Centre, Abuja. Kalu, who represents Abia North pledged better days for his constituents, while speaking with newsmen shortly after his arrival at the National Assembly Complex. The lawmaker, who was a former governor of […]

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Conflict-hit Nigerian families living under COVID-19 lockdowns, on ‘life-support’

Help and funding are needed urgently for millions of people in Nigeria who have been hit severely by the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, including conflict-hit communities “on life-support” in the north-east, UN humanitarians said on Tuesday. More than $182 million is needed to sustain lifesaving aid to Africa’s most populous country over the next […]

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IPOB, Self-Proclaimed Jews, Using Christianity To Wage War Against The Nigerian State

The Presidency wishes to draw the attention of all citizens and the international community to a most misleading campaign spearheaded by the so-called Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) using false allegations of persecution of Christians against the Nigerian State. A very deep and wide investigation by an agency of the Nigerian government, working with international […]

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CSCS shareholders approve N4.3bn dividend

Central Securities Clearing System (CSCS) shareholders have approved the payment of N4.3 billion dividend, translating to N0.86 per share earlier recommended by the Board of Directors. This approval was given at the 26th Annual General Meeting (AGM) held by proxy at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) in Lagos. The dividend represents 22.8 percent year-on-year growth […]