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Imo State University:Hard Times Awaits Non- Indegenes over New Fees
This may not be the best of times for non-indigenes studing in Imo State University (IMSU) as the Governing Council approves new School Fees payable to be paid by Non- Indegenes of the State Owned University. The Approved Tution fees for the Under-Listed Category of students of the Tertiary Institution.....
BREAKING: Labour minister, James Ocholi dies in car accident
Minister of state for Labour and employment James Ocholi (SAN) is dead. He died in a ghastly motor accident on his way to Kaduna on Sunday. Daily Trust learnt that the minister’s wife and son were also in the ill-fated car including his aide-de-camp. Ocholi is from Kogi state. It.....
Okigwe Senate Re-run: INEC Moves Imo REC
From Nnamdi Marame The hope of Mr Ogbudu Ada conducting the feb.20 fixed Okigwe Senate re-run may have hit the brickwall as the Independendent National Electoral Commission,INEC, finaly moves against some of the Resident Electoral Commissioners in some States affected by Court ordered re-run Elections. Making the disclosure in Abuja,.....
Imo Bizman looses N14.6billion in 9 months
Posted by Admin A popular Imo State- born Entrepreneur has lost N14.6 billion over the present foreign Exchange fluctuations in Nigeria. Making the disclosure recently, the Information Technology czar sitting atop ZINOX Group, Dr Leo Stan Ekeh assured that no matter the current harshness of the economy, the firm will.....
Breaking News:Gov.Okorocha Swears-in Commissioners and T.C Chairmen
Governor Rochas Okorocha thursday at the Government House ,Owerri inaugurated the recently confirmed Commissioners by the State House of Assembly. The governor had while doing the swearing in charged them to be creative and work towards building a prosperous Imo State in line with the ‘Imo Must Be Better’ philosophy.....
Imo tops FG’s civil servants list-DG BPSR
The Director General, Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR), Dr. Joe Abah, on Friday, revealed that no fewer than 89, 511 civil servants are in the Federal Government’s employ, across States of the Federation. This is against figures being peddled by some persons and also have laid to rest arguments.....
Gov. Okorocha’s Commissioner Norminees Released
The much awaited Commissioner Nominees drawn by the Rescue Administration of Governor Rochas Okorocha has finally being released. The list is said to have hit like a thunderbolt as it has names of persons earlier appointed as Special Assistant, while that of Ifeanyi Ararume Jnr is touted as Settlement for.....
FG slashes MTN fine over SIM cards disconnections
The Nigerian Communications Commission has sharply reduced a hefty penalty slapped on South African telecoms giant MTN over unregistered SIM cards, the company said on Thursday. The Commission is now looking for a fine of $3.4 billion (3.2 billion euros), down from an earlier $5.2 billion, after negotiations with the.....
DSS gets court order to detain Kanu, Radio Biafran leader for another 90 days
For Nnamdi Kanu, the detained director of Radio Biafra, it is still a long walk to freedom as the Department of the State Security (DSS) has secured an order of the Federal High Court, Abuja to detain him for another 90 days. Although Kanu was produced in court in obedience to.....
Breaking: Nnamdi Kanu finally appears in Court
Reports from eye-witnesses say embattled Director of Radio Biafra and Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, was finally arraigned on Monday, in an Abuja Magistrate Court. This followed an order last Wednesday by the Court that the Department of State Services (DSS) must produce, the detained Kanu.....
Nigeria now third most terrorized country in the world – Report
Nigeria has been ranked third of the 162 countries of the world that have been worst hit by terrorist attacks, according to the 2015 Global Terrorism Index. The country, Africa’s largest oil producer, was ranked fourth in 2014. Going by the latest ranking, Nigeria is only better than two Middle.....
Bomb blast kills 32 people in Yola
A blast has killed 32  people including women and children at a lorry park known as Kasuwan Tipa in Yola, Adamawa state. The NEMA Coordinator, Saadu Bello put the death toll at 32 while 80 got injured. The blast ‎rocked the park at about 8 pm on Tuesday  when the.....

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