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Ports Concession And Regulation Challenges

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The regulation of the ports sector, especially in the post concession are, has become a critical issue... --By Okechukwu Keshi Ukegbu

The regulation of the ports sector, especially in the post concession are, has become a critical issue. Perhaps, the Nigerian Shippers’ Council, Southeast Zonal coordinating Office, Aba realised the importance of this issue last week when it organised an awareness seminar on “Ports Regulation, A panacea to Post- concession Challenges in Nigerian Ports Sector”.

Going Tough Of Criminals In Kwara

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Ahead of the 2015 general elections, security agencies in Kwara State have vowed to ensure a crime-free society in order to ascertain their zeal and readiness to guarantee the people of the state free, fair and credible polls... -By Arowona Abdulazeez

Ahead of the 2015 general elections, security agencies in Kwara State have vowed to ensure a crime-free society in order to ascertain their zeal and readiness to guarantee the people of the state free, fair and credible polls.

Uncovered: The Weave-on In Vogue Is Goat Hair!

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The boom on the sale of human hair especially in the Asian countries is on the increase sequel to the high demand for hair extensions, wigs and weaves highly sought for by women in Africa... -By Jude Orji

The boom on the sale of human hair especially in the Asian countries is on the increase sequel to the high demand for hair extensions, wigs and weaves highly sought for by women in Africa, Europe and America where the type of weave one is putting on says a lot about her affluence and status in the society. Currently, the largest world manufacturer of this new found gold mine is the Peoples’ Republic of China and traders in the business are said to be making fortunes from African countries as the highest importers. 

Edo To Abolish Retirement Policy For Workers

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Governor Adams Oshiomhole unilaterally abolished’ the 35-year retirement policy for workers in the state and said its workers are now to retire at the age of 60 regardless of years in service.

Governor Adams Oshiomhole recently abolished the 35-year retirement policy for workers in the State and said its workers are now to retire at the age of sixty regardless of whether they have put in 35 years in the state civil service. Delivering the gift to the workers at a meeting with labour leaders at Government House, he described the compulsory 35 years as obnoxious. He said the policy, which operates only in the public sector, is designed to punish experience.

Abuja Marriage: The Bad, The Ugly

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There is no denying the fact that Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, FCT which is the 11th most populous, is one of the fastest growing African cities... - By Rita Onuoha

There is no denying the fact that Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, FCT which is the 11th most populous, is one of the fastest growing African cities. 
In recent years, it has become the most preferred destination for Nigerian youths, not minding its high cost of living. According to report, Abuja is the second most expensive city with extremely high cost of living even after the former nation’s capital city of Lagos, which ranks fourth most expensive city in Africa.

Abuja Marriage: The Bad, The Ugly

News Introduction: 
There is no denying the fact that Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, FCT which is the 11th most populous, is one of the fastest growing African cities... - By Rita Onuoha

There is no denying the fact that Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, FCT which is the 11th most populous, is one of the fastest growing African cities. 
In recent years, it has become the most preferred destination for Nigerian youths, not minding its high cost of living. According to report, Abuja is the second most expensive city with extremely high cost of living even after the former nation’s capital city of Lagos, which ranks fourth most expensive city in Africa.

Peaceful, Fun-Filled Eid El-Kabir Celebration In Abuja

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Violence hitherto associated with festive periods in the recent past seems to have been tamed by pro-active measures taken by security agencies in the Federal Capital Territory-FCT in the just concluded Ed-el Kabir celebration... -By Rita Onuoha

Violence hitherto associated with festive periods in the recent past seems to have been tamed by pro-active measures taken by security agencies in the Federal Capital Territory-FCT in the just concluded Ed-el Kabir celebration. Fear of the unknown and possible over indulgence of the youths in the spirit of merriment also kept several fun seekers indoors.  Acting IGP Suleiman Abba ordered effective and extensive deployment of personnel as well as all necessary logistics, to all nooks and crannies of the country.

Uncertainties Over Power-Shift In Ebonyi

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Governor, Martin Elechi of Ebonyi State is respected as one of the living founding fathers of the state... - By Maurice Okafor

Governor, Martin Elechi of Ebonyi State is respected as one of the living founding fathers of the state. He remains one of the strong and staunch political elders in the state who is optimistic that power must shift to Ebonyi South senatorial zone yet to produce governor of the state in 2015, to maintain a balance of the rotational structure of the unconstitutional zoning principle of political leadership of the ‘Salt of the nation’s state of Ebonyi.

‘Hard Life’ Of Abuja Slum Dwellers

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Abuja is known as the best city in Nigeria with it flora and fauna. However, in the suburbs of the same city people live and feed from slum areas located side by side with beautiful edifices. In this report our correspondence Rita Onuoha, examines the living condition of people in the these areas. - By Rita Onuoha

According to Wikipedia, “a slum is a heavily populated urban informal settlement characterised by substandard housing and squalor. While slums differ in size and other characteristics from country to country, most slums lack reliable sanitation services, supply of clean water, reliable electricity, timely law enforcement and other basic services. Slum residences vary from shanty to poorly built, deteriorated buildings.”

Okorocha’s Presidential Ambition and Hard Times

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Based on the timetables of the various political parties in Nigeria, in line with guidelines issued by the nation’s electoral umpire, the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC... -By Athan Agbakwuru

Based on the timetables of the various political parties in Nigeria, in line with guidelines issued by the nation’s electoral umpire, the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, only a few days is left for actual kick-off of electioneering activities ahead of 2015 elections. Politicians jostling for various elective positions have continued to unveil their aspirations. Some aspirants, in the characteristic haste of politicians, even hoisted billboards and defaced all available spaces with their posters to publicly announce their ambition before INEC stopped them.

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