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NIGERIA NEWSPAPERS: TODAY'S THE NATION NEWSPAPER HEADLINES [6TH FEBRUARY, 2018].


Below are the headlines found on The Nation Online Newspaper for today, Tuesday, 6th February, 2018.

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
There is N9.4 billion meant for the installation of security devices at the 22 airports?

This is the knot the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is battling to untie.

Its detectives have traced about N3.9billion of the N9.4billion to a company belonging to a former Minister of Aviation, Sen. Stella Oduah and five other firms.

The firms are Broadwaters Resources Company Limited; Sobora International Limited; Global offshore and Marine Limited; Tip Top Global Resources Limited and Crystal TV .

About 61 suspects have been grilled by the anti-graft agency in connection with the alleged diversion of the cash.

The EFCC has obtained a court order to impound six dredging vessels, quarry equipment and some equipment bought for Crystal TV under the Interim Forfeiture clause in its Act.


 
The commission has raised a team to interrogate Mrs Oduah, a senator.

According to a fact-sheet, which was obtained by our correspondent, Tip Top Global Resources Limited, which is linked with the family of a former Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Sen. Anyim Pius Anyim, was paid N780million for unknown services.

The document states: “The contract is for the sum of N9,443,549,531.25 for the procurement and installation of equipment in 22 airports. No evidence that due diligence was carried out before the contract was awarded.

“ This contract was initially awarded to a company called Cybernetics Limited. Ex- President Goodluck Jonathan approved the award to Cybernetics and  the Bureau of Public Procurement issued a certificate of no objection. But due to the reduction of  the cost from over N10b

to N9.4b., Cybernetics rejected the award.

“I-SEC, which was supposed to be technical partner to Cybernetics, was later proposed by the ex-Minister of Aviation for the contract.

”Out of the contract sum, N3, 911, 887, 753.56 was fraudulently diverted, misappropriated and laundered through some companies. Investigators have been able to trace the cash.”

A director of I-SEC is said to have refunded about N240million to EFCC out of the slush funds traced to him. The EFCC has located six dredging vessels, quarry equipment and equipment bought for Crystal TV.  An interim forfeiture order has been obtained on these equipment.

The N3, 911, 887, 753.56 was “paid to other beneficiaries who do not have direct or indirectly connection to the execution of the contract.”

“About N839, 780,738.09 was remitted to Broadwaters Resources Company Limited N839, 780,738.09 which had no relationship with I-SEC.   The cash paid into Broadwaters was later diverted into another firm called Sobora International Limited to liquidate an existing loan into First Bank. The shareholders and signatories to the account are people related to Stella Oduah. Her cousin, who is a staff in her private company called SEA Petroleum and Gas Limited was a signatory into the account.

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
The police yesterday declared Kassim Afegbua, former military president Gen. Ibrahim Babangida’s spokesman, wanted.

This is in connection with the controversy over Sunday’s statements by the former leader on President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.

Two statements were issued within hours – both credited to Gen. Babangida – on the performance of the Federal Government under Buhari.


 
The first, issued on his behalf by Afegbua, quoted Gen. Babangida as asking President Buhari to be prepared to step down on completion of his first term in 2019.

The second with Babangida’s name, which disowned the first statement, rather cautioned the political class against finding “freedom as an avenue for eroding democracy by antics of hate speeches under the guise of religion”, adding that “this trend of pitching political class and the people against one another is unhealthy and must be discouraged by all and sundry.”

But Afegbua said he stood by his statement.

Yesterday, police spokesman Jimoh Moshood told our reporter that Afegbua had been advised to report immediately to the nearest police station.

He said:  ”The inspector-General of Police has ordered his arrest and the police have declared him wanted for giving false statement, defamation of character and acts capable of inciting public disturbance.

“He should report to any nearest police position.


 
‘Note that there are three clear charges therein and that the IG has declared him wanted.”

Senior lawyers yesterday agreed with the views expressed by Given. Babangida that Nigeria needs a new generation of leaders.

Mr Mike Igbokwe (SAN) and Mr Norrison Quakers (SAN) said the world was moving away from gerontocracy to the “digital generation”.

Igbokwe, however, said age could also be an advantage, considering that leadership requires experience and maturity, especially in dealing with a complex society like Nigeria.

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Former Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) spokesman Olisa Metuh was brought to court yesterday on a stretcher in compliance with an order of a Federal High Court, Abuja that he must attend court or have his bail revoked.

Justice Okon Abang, in a ruling on January 25, rejected a medical report tendered by Metuh’s lawyers, claiming he was on admission in a hospital.

Instead, the judge ordered Metuh to attend court yesterday or have the bail earlier granted him revoked.


 
In compliance with that order, his lawyer ensured he was brought to court early yesterday in a white ambulance, belonging to the National Hospital, Abuja.

He was later taken into the courtroom on a stretcher, with the assistance of some medical personnel, friends and relations.

He was covered with a white cloth, with an opening only in his head area, possibly to allow him breathe. He had bandage on his legs and neck area.

Metuh and his company, Destra Investment Limited, are being tried on allegations of corruption and money laundering.

When proceedings opened, Metuh’s lawyer Onyechi Ikpeazu (SAN) told the court that his client was in court in obedience to the court’s order, but was not in a good state to stand trial.

He sought a month’s adjournment within which he said Metuh would have been fit enough to stand trial.


 
Lawyer to Destra Tochukwu Onwugbufor (SAN) agreed with Ikpeazu’s position.

Lead prosecution lawyer Sylvanus Tahir said he appreciated the first defendant’s (Metuh’s) health condition, having seen the manner he was brought to court.

Tahir said he was not opposed to the defence’s request for adjournment for a month.

He noted that none of the papers tendered by the defence suggested the length of time that the first defendant will be hospitalised, but added: “We leave the decision about the time to the discretion of the court.

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
DON Waney’s empire of crime keeps collapsing after his bloody end, which was ignited by the New Year’s Day killings in Omoku, Rivers State.

Emenike Agamu (aka General Red Scorpion), who is said to be the fourth in-command in the Don Waney cult gang, yesterday surrendered his arms to security operatives in Owerri, the Imo State capital. Members of the group were declared wanted and its leader, John Igwedibe (aka Don Waney) was gunned down in Enugu by security agents.

His younger brother was shot dead days later.

It was later found out that the group had bases across the Southsouth and Southeast, including the Imo riverine community which borders Rivers State.


 
Agamu, who is among the suspected cultists declared wanted by the Rivers State government, surrendered alongside other Don Waney boys who had earlier rejected the government’s amnesty offer.

Red Scorpion confessed that the militant group killed many people and blew up many oil pipelines.

The group submitted explosives, rocket launchers and high calibre rifles, such as AK47, among others.

Receiving the repentant militants, Imo State Governor Rochas Okorocha said  the development would  ensure lasting peace in the oil producing areas.

He said: “It is very shocking to note that most of the activists of the Avengers and those of Don Waney operatives are our sons and daughters and their surrendering arms will end the security challenges we have in the Ohaji/Egbema, Awara and the rest of the areas where people have been on self-exile for many years.”

He added: “Today, we are welcoming back our brothers and sisters who have remained in the creeks and forest for so many years, perpetuating all kinds of evil, killing and maiming human beings.
 
“But today, glory to God, these our children have decided on their own to come back to the society and be part of the society.

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Noise from trains, planes and cars has been linked to the development of heart disease, and researchers said Monday that's because it may disrupt the body on the cellular level in a way that increases the risk of common heart disease risk factors. In a review published in the Journal of the American College ofRead MoreThe post Noise from trains, planes, cars causes heart disease appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Ten-man Chelsea suffered a second consecutive humiliating defeat on Monday, going down 4-1 at Watford in the English premier league. Goals from Daryl Janmaat, Gerard Deulofeu and Roberto Pereyra in the final six minutes handed Watford a welcome first win in six games to move the Hornets six points clear of the relegation zone. Chelsea,Read MoreThe post Chelsea thrashed in Watford appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
The Nigerian Army on Monday said it had inducted a unit of Cameroon Defence Forces into Operation Lafiya Dole to fast track campaign against Boko Haram insurgents. Col. Onyema Nwachukwu, the Deputy Director, Army Public Relations, Operation Lafiya Dole, disclosed this in a statement issued in Maiduguri. Nwachukwu said that the Cameroonian forces were inductedRead MoreThe post Boko Haram: Cameroonian, Nigerian troops team up appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
President Muhammadu Buhari is scheduled to visit Nasarawa State today as part of efforts to ensure peace in some trouble spots. After Nasarawa, Buhari is slated to visit Taraba, Zamfara and Benue states but the dates of the visits are yet to be decided, a Presidency source said last night. The President is expected toRead MoreThe post Buhari for Nasarawa, Taraba, Zamfara, Benue appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
President Muhammadu Buhari is scheduled to visit Nasarawa State today as part of efforts to ensure peace in some trouble spots. After Nasarawa, Buhari is slated to visit Taraba, Zamfara and Benue states but the dates of the visits are yet to be decided, a Presidency source said last night. The President is expected toRead MoreThe post Buhari for Nasarawa, Taraba, Zamfara, Benue appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
DON Waney's empire of crime keeps collapsing after his bloody end, which was ignited by the New Year's Day killings in Omoku, Rivers State. Emenike Agamu (aka General Red Scorpion), who is said to be the fourth in-command in the Don Waney cult gang, yesterday surrendered his arms to security operatives in Owerri, the ImoRead MoreThe post Don Waney 's gang members surrender appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
HEALTH minister Prof. Isaac Adewole yesterday announced that the outbreak of Lassa fever has spread to 15 states, recording 31 deaths. He added that there had been 105 laboratory confirmed cases and three probable cases. The minister told the Emergency National Council of Health in Abuja yesterday that cases were recorded in Bauchi, Plateau, Taraba,Read MoreThe post Lassa fever death toll hits 31 in 15 states appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
HEALTH minister Prof. Isaac Adewole yesterday announced that the outbreak of Lassa fever has spread to 15 states, recording 31 deaths. He added that there had been 105 laboratory confirmed cases and three probable cases. The minister told the Emergency National Council of Health in Abuja yesterday that cases were recorded in Bauchi, Plateau, Taraba,Read MoreThe post Lassa fever death toll hits 31 in 15 states appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Missing officer safe 'Two killed in fresh Fulani attack The Inspector-General of Police (IG), Ibrahim Idris, has deployed 15 more police units, special forces, and technical and intelligence teams to contain further attacks in Benue State. Commissioner of Police Fatai Owoseni spoke yesterday. He said: 'The Inspector-General is seriously committed to ending the killings inRead MoreThe post IG deploys 15 police units, special forces in Benue appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Missing officer safe 'Two killed in fresh Fulani attack The Inspector-General of Police (IG), Ibrahim Idris, has deployed 15 more police units, special forces, and technical and intelligence teams to contain further attacks in Benue State. Commissioner of Police Fatai Owoseni spoke yesterday. He said: 'The Inspector-General is seriously committed to ending the killings inRead MoreThe post IG deploys 15 police units, special forces in Benue appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
The Nigerian capital market is arguably at the centre of a whirlwind as investigations continue into the tripartite crisis involving Oando Plc, suspended Director-General of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Munir Gwarzo and Finance Minister Mrs. Kemi Adeosun. TAOFEEK SALAKO reports that with all the parties pushing to dwarf the substantial issues, there isRead MoreThe post Capital market reforms on trial appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
The Provost of Kwara College of Education (Technical), Lafiagi, Alhaji Alhassan Ishiaku, has advocated for pragmatic reforms in the education sector to galvanise the nation's socio-political and economic development. Ishiaku spoke yesterday in a telephone interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lafiagi, Edu Local Government Area of the state. The provost calledRead MoreThe post Provost seeks reform in education sector appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Lecturers of Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic, Unwanna Afikpo, Ebonyi State, yesterday protested against the management following a salary cut. According to them, their Peculiar Academic Allowance (PAA) was withdrawn by the management. The protest paralysed academic activities. Over 500 lecturers carried placards: 'Rector, pay our Peculiar Academic Allowance'; 'Bursar pay us our PAA'; 'We sayRead MoreThe post Strike cripples activities at poly appeared first on The Nation 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
The National Judicial Council (NJC) is up in arms against Abia State over the suspension of Chief Judge Theresa Uzokwe. It says the government could not take that decision without its input, citing the Constitution.The NJC, some lawyers submit, has a case, but they note that the council has been in slumber for long, allowingRead MoreThe post NJC Vs Abia: Who blinks first' appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
The Lagos State High Court in Ikeja has ordered the Nigeria Police and a Lagos businessman, Rapheal Obi, to pay N80 million to a clearing agent, Rapheal Okonkwo, for illegal detention, torture and malicious prosecution. Justice Babajide Candide-Johnson held that Okonkwo's arrest, detention and prosecution before an Igbosere Chief Magistrate Court for alleged theft ofRead MoreThe post Court orders police to pay victim N80m for illegal detention, prosecution appeared first on The Nation Niger 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Second Vice President Monday Ubani has urged the Federal Government to obey the judgement of a Federal High Court, Abuja which held that the Senate acted within the law when it rejected the nomination of Ibrahim Magu as the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) chairman. Justice John Tsho, delivering judgmentRead MoreThe post Magu: NBA chief urges Fed Govt to obey court decision appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Kano State Governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has paid N16 million to facilitate the release of 400 inmates and Awaiting Trial Inmates (ATI) in three prisons across the state. The Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice Mr. Ibrahim Mukhtar, said the move would decongest prisons across several local governments. Mukhtar told The Nation that most ofRead MoreThe post Governor pays N16m to decongest prisons appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
There are indications that the Legal Practitioners Privileges Committee (LPPC) may have erred in withdrawing the rank of Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) from Lagos lawyer Ms. Oluwatoyin Bashorun, according to findings. The LPPC had, in a statement signed by its Secretary and Registrar of the Supreme Court, Hadizatu Mustapha, announced that Bashorun had alsoRead MoreThe post Did LPPC err in withdrawing SAN from Bashorun' appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Ethiopian Aviation Academy (EAA) has graduated 14 aircraft technicians from Nigeria, Tanzania and Cote DIvoire. The technicians completed classroom and on-the-job training on the Q-400 and Boeing aircraft . The training was for six months. Speaking at the ceremony, Managing Director, EAA, Solomon Debede said: As part of our pan-African Airline, the aviation academy needsRead MoreThe post Ethiopian Academy graduates 14 aircraft maintenance technicians appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
The leadership of the Students Union of Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto has thought it wise to feature its predecessors to discuss trending issues concerning students unionists and unionism in Nigeria. The event, which was held at the university auditorium, was themed: Students Unionism and Life after School. The program according the current union leader ofRead MoreThe post Usmanu Danfodio varsity SUG task student on life after school appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
For members of the Nigerian Law School (NLS) class of 1980, their reunion last week at the National Judicial Institute (NJI) Abuja was exceptional, memorable and could count as one of the best in recent times. Apart from the usual fanfare and opportunity for former classmates to meet, socialise and felicitate with one another, thisRead MoreThe post Tributes as Law School Class of '80 honours SGF appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
A new platform flyamco.com has promised to address challenges faced by travellers and other service users. Chief Executive Officer, Amco Travel and Tours Limited Ahmed Mohammed Sani, disclosed this at the launch of the platform in Abuja. Besides improving customer experience in travel services, Sani said the platform will offer Nigerians technology-based solutions in addressingRead MoreThe post Firm unveils platform to address gaps in travel appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Lagos State has developed an electronic real estate litigation system to help property buyers determine those that are subjects of litigation. It is designed to reduce litigation in properties and ease the process of doing business in the sector. Speaking at its public presentation at the Alausa Secretariat, the Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice, AdenijiRead MoreThe post Lagos deploys technology to reduce multiple property litigation appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Hails FUOYEs VC on infrastructural development The National Association of Nigerian Students ( NANS ) has called on the Federal Government to provide adequate funding for the education sector. The National Public Relations Officer of the student body, Comrade Odebunmi Idowu made the appeal in a statement on Sunday in Abuja. His appeal comes inRead MoreThe post NANS urges FG to invest more on education appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Max Air Limited plans to start domestic flights to ease the hardship being encountered by passengers. Addressing reporters in Kano last week, the carrier's Media Officer Ibrahim Dahiru said the airline has acquired three more aircraft for domestic operations. The new 130 seater Boeing 737-500 aircraft, Dahiru said, will assist the airline to boost flightsRead MoreThe post Max Air to begin domestic flights appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Adamawa State Commissioner for Justice and Attorney General, Mr S. S. D. Sanga has said the state would continue to work on the Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA) untill civil liberties of individuals are respected. Sanga stated this in Yola during a chat with the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) MacArthur Foundation Team ledRead MoreThe post 'Administration of Criminal Justice Law'll respect civil liberties' appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
IT is gratifying that representatives of workers in the country and employers in the private and public sectors are meeting with a view to arriving at acceptable wages that would raise the standard of living of workers, while doing no harm to the employers and the economy. It is a delicate matter that has draggedRead MoreThe post Maximum caution appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
DANA Air has opened an office in Owerri, the Imo State capital. The office, according its Corporate Communications Manager, Kingsley Ezenwa, is to enable the airline consolidate its partnership with Imo State government. An aircraft belonging the state is managed by Dana Air with the registered call sign IMO Air. Last month, the airline unveiledRead MoreThe post Dana Air opens Owerri office appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Crime Victims Foundation of Nigeria (CRIVIFON) has trained 17,000 police officers on human rights. Its Executive Director, Mrs Gloria Egbuji, disclosed this in her address at the 25th graduation of Police Human Rights Officers held at the Police College, Ikeja. Mrs Egbuji said her foundation decided to focus on the Police to re-orientate them andRead MoreThe post Foundation trains 17,000 police officers on human rights appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
THe Federal Government has evolved new measures to improve security at airports. Part of the measures is the deployment of surveillance and intelligence equipment at critical areas of the airports, including runways, taxiways and the apron. Investigations by The Nation revealed that an image capture network, including Close Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras, is being deployedRead MoreThe post Fed Govt steps up efforts to improve airport security appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
THE inexplicable failure of the Buhari administration to decisively deal with the unending attacks on farming communities in Nigeria's middle belt and elsewhere by suspected herdsmen has created a truly existential threat for the nation ' the prospect of widespread food insecurity. Benue, Plateau, Nasarawa, Taraba and Adamawa states, in addition to parts of EbonyiRead MoreThe post Hunger alert appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Arights activist, Chief Malcolm Omirhobo, has asked the Federal High Court, Abuja, to declare the deployment of the military in place of the police to maintain law and order as unconstitutional. Omirhobo prayed the court to order the military's withdrawal from the Southeast and Southsouth zones. He prayed the court to stop the federal andRead MoreThe post Lawyer urges court to stop military deployment for police duties appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Thousands of tax defaulters are already gripped by fear of being exposed following the intensification of transaction and income data collection by the Voluntary Assets and Income Declaration Scheme (VAIDS). The scheme, which provides a time-limit opportunity for tax debtors to regularise their tax status by truthfully declaring, ends on March 31. VAIDS offices sourcesRead MoreThe post Tax debtors panic as VAIDS steps up data collection appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
SIR: There is no doubt that Nigeria is in a dismal and peculiar mess and we need both a proactive and reactive measures to address the situation. This delicate and intricate situation at hand is like a two sided jagged sword that if not properly handled, we will all keep on outsourcing the blame thatRead MoreThe post Before it's too late appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
The latest product from the stable of Tecno Mobile, the Camon CM is a high-end smartphone with outstanding camera and a chic to get heads turned. Not only is the device sleek, it also comes with the first of its kind design on a Tecno phone ' a full screen display, which means consuming media,Read MoreThe post Tecno Camon CM appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
The Chairman of Lagos State All Progressives Congress (APC), Otunba Henry Ajomale, fielded questions from reporters recently on a wide range of national issues, including killings by herdsmen, the performance of the Muhammadu Buhari-led administration in the last two and half years and the propriety or otherwise of President Buhari contesting next year's presidential election.Read MoreThe post 'Nigeria would have gone bankrupt under PDP' appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
The Federal Government has increased insurance cover for agric primary producers from 500,000 to 3.8 million. To make this happen, local and international partners will train insurance experts that will midwife the index based agricultural insurance introduced by the government. The MD/CEO, Nigeria Incentive-Based Risk Sharing System for Agricultural Lending (NIRSAL), Mr. Aliyu A. Abdulhameed,Read MoreThe post 3.8million farmers to get Fed Govt's insurance cover appeared first on The Nation 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Many indigenes of Kogi State are up in arms against Governor Yahaya Bello over what they describe as his style of governance. The governor has also incurred the wrath of his people for supporting the proposal for the creation of cattle colonies by the Federal Government. JAMES AZANIA reports. Less than a week after theRead MoreThe post Bello: A governor and his controversies appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
THE Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has said the process of selling 9mobile has not been concluded. Its Executive Commissioner, Stakeholder Management, Mr Sunday Dare, told reporters on the sideline of a stakeholders forum in Lagos that the NCC had not been notified by the interim board of the fourth largest operator that a winner hasRead MoreThe post NCC: 9mobile's sale inconclusive appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Hon. Mustain Tobun is a member of the Lagos State House of Assembly. He represents Epe Constituency 1 on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC). He is the Chairman, House Committee on Works and Infrastructure. In this interview with MUSA ODOSHIMOKHE, he speaks on the various projects being executed by Governor Akinwunmi AmbodeRead MoreThe post 'Ambode is God-sent' appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
The KOWA Party said on Monday it would organise a supplementary state congress, to achieve its 30 per cent affirmative action in appointive positions for women in the party. The National Secretary of KOWA, Mr Mark Adebayo, told our News men in Lagos, affirmative action was imperative and strong in the party and that itRead MoreThe post KOWA Party to hold supplementary state congress in Lagos appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

Tue, 06 Feb 2018
Former president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, has again lived up to his reputation as the scourge of those who had ruled Nigeria in recent times with his recent special press statement on President Muhammadu Buhari in which he advised him not to run for the second time in 2019. He based his advice on what canRead MoreThe post Obasanjo as scourge of other leaders appeared first on The Nation Nigeria. 

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