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    Alleged N6.3bn fraud: I’m diabetic, Jang tells court – Punch Newspapers

    A former governor of Plateau State, Jonah Jang, on Wednesday asked a High Court of the Federal Capital Territory in Abuja to enforce his release by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission because he is diabetic. Jang approached the court barely 72 hours after his … Read more via Punch...
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    Metro How customer’s phone call set NNPC station on fire in Jos – Eye witness – Vanguard News

    By Marie-Therese Nanlong An eye witness, yesterday, narrated how a phone call by a customer caused a fire outbreak at the NNPC filling station near Building Materials Market along the Jos-Bukuru expressway on Friday. The customer was said to have stopped by to buy petrol. NNPC The eyewitness …...
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    Politics Plateau elders, youths laud Lalong for rejecting cattle colonies – Vanguard News

    Following the clarification made by the office of the governor of Plateau State to the effect that Governor Simon Bako Lalong has no plans whatsoever to cede any part of the State for cattle colony as planned by the federal government, the people of the State in a town hall … via Vanguard...
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    Metro PHOTO: 16-year-old Rochas Foundation Student, Sarah Paul Declared Missing In Jos, Plateau...

    The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in persons, NAPTIP, on Tuesday, declared a 16-year-old student missing. According to the statement, Sarah Paul was last seen around Sabon Gari, Tuden Wada. Quote LAST SEEN: AROUND … via www.gistmania.com – http://ift.tt/2Di35YD Get More...
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    Metro Police Recruitment Exercise In Jos – See Photos

    Joseph Gomwolk Way, a major road linking strategic locations within the Jos, capital of Plateau State where over 9,000 applicants are jostling for job in the Police Force, was chocked Monday, due to the number of candidates for the second phase of police recruitment exercise in Plateau state...
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    Business Nigeria: Prices of Tomato Increases By 1000% in Market - NAN

    The prices of tomatoes have gone up by 1,000 per cent in Jos and environs in Plateau, a market survey by NAN has shown. NAN correspondent who visited some of the markets and other selling points on Thursday, found out that the commodity had gone beyond the reach of the average Nigerian. At the...
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    Metro Nigerian Air Force To Recruit Fresh Military School Leavers

    The Nigerian Air Force has announced plans to employ junior airmen graduating from the Air Force Military School, Jos in Plateau State. The Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar made the announcement on Thursday at a meeting with former junior airmen of the school in Abuja, Nigeria’s...
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    Metro Jos: Newly Sworn-In Local Government Chairman Dies

    Hosea Azi, chairman of Jos-east local government area in Plateau state has died in a road accident on Sunday, exactly two days after he was sworn into office. Simon Lalong, governor of the state, described Azi’s death as “very shocking”, disclosing that he was involved in a motor accident at...
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    Metro Finally! Escaped Jos Lion Killed By Security Operatives

    The lion that escaped from the facilities of the Jos Wildlife Park, in the heart of the city, has been killed. PUNCH gathered that the animal was gunned down by some operatives of the Operation Safe Haven, who were contacted as soon as the animal escaped. Director of Press Affairs of...
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    Metro Beware! Lion Caged Since 1972 Escapes From Jos Wild Life Park

    A lion has escaped from the Jos Wild Life Park on Wednesday, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports. According to Mr John Doy, the Acting General Manager, Plateau Toursim Corporation, the lion escaped “at about 8 a.m. while it was being fed”. Doy said that the lion, which had been caged...
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    Metro Fire Razes 118 Shops in Kabong Market, Jos

    A raging night inferno razed 118 shops at the Kabong market in Jos North on Thursday morning, the News Agency of Nigeria reports. A correspondent of NAN, who visited the market, could not access the burnt section as some shops were still in flames. Others also had thick smoke billowing from...
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