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Uduaghan Fails to Stop Ogboru’s Petition

2011 Gubernatorial Poll Election Petition: Again, Uduaghan Fails to Stop Ogboru’s Petition
The April 26, 2011 election petition tribunal sitting in Asaba, Delta State has dismissed an application filed by the state governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). Read more @

N1.3bn Fraud: Perm Sec narrates how N450m was paid for a N16m contract
A Permanent Secretary in the Taraba State Ministry of Finance, Asabe Maiangwa, has told a High Court of the Federal Capital Territory sitting in Abuja, how N450 million was paid out by the state government. Read more @

Accelerating Africa: Andrew Mitchell and Tony Elumelu on Partnership Between Africa’s Private Sector and the Development Community
On the occasion of a keynote speech at London Business School by the UK Secretary of State for International Development Andrew Mitchell, highlighting the pivotal role of the African private sector in economic development, Tony Elumelu. Read more @

Lagos Flood Is Most Devastating -NEMA DG…As 15 Declared Dead
Of all the parts of Nigeria hit by flood in the country this year, the one which happened in Lagos on Sunday is most devastating.Read more @

Why Adoke Should Be Removed Now!
I strongly recommend for the removal of the Minister of Justice, and Attorney General of the Federation, Bello ADOKE who has been in the forefront of the merger of EFCC/ICPC. Adoke has never been helpful in the cause of fighting corruption in Nigeria. Read more @

Delta: Re-run Poll Tribunal…Fingerprint Experts Disagree On Findings
In barely 10 days for the Delta state re-run election petition tribunal to wind-up its trial and deliver judgement, on whether Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan was rightly or wrongly declared winner of the January 6, 2011. Read more @

Boko Haram and the Military: A Dialogue of Bombs and Bullets
Events during the last fortnight have disproved the assurance given by the Chief of Army Staff that the military will soon end the Boko Haram insurrection in the Northern part of the country.Read more @

House of Reps Cut Running Cost by 63 per cent
Following the decision of the Senate to cut the running cost of the upper legislative House by 40 per cent, the House of Representatives says it has reduced its own running cost of members’ offices by 63 per cent.Read more @

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