Monthly Archives: September 2015

Pay Our Pension Arrears With Interest, Imo Pensioners Tell Okoroch

The Association of Retired Permanent Secretaries in Imo, has told Governor Rochas Okorocha that continued delay of pension payment by government amounts to forced loan and should attract interest. The pensioners made their position known in a statement on Friday in Owerri. In a three-page statement signed by Hyacinth Onyekwere and Fabian Agba, chairman and secretary respectively, the group stated ...

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Court Remands Man In Prison For Touching Neighbour’s Breast

A 48-year-old driver, Okechukwu Okoli, who allegedly assaulted his neighbour’s daughter by touching her breast, was Thursday remanded in prison custody by an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court. Okoli, who resides at 100, Old Abeokuta Road, Agege area of Lagos was arraigned on a one-count charge of indecent treatment of a child. While testifying in court, the prosecutor, Sgt. Jimah Iseghede said ...

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IGP Bans Commercial Vehicles for Police Operational Duties

The Inspector General of Police, IGP Solomon Arase, has directed that all police commands and formations should immediately stop the use of commercial vehicles or vehicles painted in known states’ commercial colours for police operations and patrol duties. The Acting Force Public Relations Officer Force Headquarters, Abuja, ACP Olabisi Kolawole in a statement noted that “This directive was contained in ...

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Ex-Bayelsa PDP Chairman Didn’t Die In My House – Alaibe

Former chairman of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Timi Alaibe, has debunked claims that the immediate past chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Bayelsa State, Sam Inokoba, slumped and died in his Lagos home. Mr. Inokoba, a retired army colonel, who defected to the All Progressives Congress (APC) two weeks ago, died in Lagos on Wednesday. Media ...

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$15bn Oil Deal: Alison-Madueke Demands Public Apology, Lambasts Indian High Commissioner

Former Minister for Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke, has refuted allegations made by the Indian High Commissioner to Nigeria, claimimg she “sat” on a $15 billion oil deal, describing it as spurious, unfounded and libelous. Speaking through her attoneys, Messers Chike Amobi and Co., Alison-Madueke in a statement issued in Abuja, the former minister said the publication by Mr. Ajjampur ...

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Policeman Who Made Bullet Proof From Local Materials Decorated With New Rank

Godwin Hosea, a Sergeant in the Nigeria Police Force has been decorated after been promoted to an Inspector for exhibiting exceptional talent. He had manufactured a bullet proof vest and had on the 22nd July, 2015 during a one-day working visit to Bauchi State Police Command by the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Solomon Arase NPM,fdc, then Sgt Godwin Hosea presented ...

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