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  1. Nigeria Metro News

    Metro ECOWAS Court Awards N10m to Nigerian Soldier Dismissed for Losing Rifle – Thisdaylive

    The ECOWAS Court of Justice has awarded N10 million against the Nigerian government for dismissing a soldier, Barnabas Eli from the army over the loss of his rifle in 2012. According to Premium Times, the court which awarded the judgement fine to the complainant as compensation ordered the...
  2. Nigeria Business News

    Business Bolt Expands Operation to Port Harcourt – Thisdaylive

    Bolt (formerly Taxify), an on-demand transportation network platform in Africa has launched operations in Port Harcourt. The expansion brings Bolt’s cities in Nigeria to a total of eight.... Read more via Thisdaylive – https://ift.tt/2lgmOjn Get more: Nigeria Business News
  3. Nigeria Metro News

    Metro Ocean Surge Ravages Four Ondo Communities, Properties – Thisdaylive

    Ocean surge has destroyed four riverine communities of Ondo State and rendered residents homeless in Ilaje Local Government Areas of the state. The surge which was said to have occurred last week, affected four communities of Mese, Ayetoro, Abereke, and Gbagira, all in the oil rich … Read...
  4. Nigeria Business News

    Business Oil Firm Begins Works on 25kbd Modular Refinery – Thisdaylive

    Waltersmith Petroman Oil Limited, operator of Ibigwe field located in Oil Mining Lease (OML) 16, has indicated it is already working on the development of an additional 25,000 barrel a day (bd) modular refinery few months after it commenced work on a 5,000bd modular refinery. … Read more via...
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    Metro Unpaid Salaries Killed Kogi’s Judicial Officer, Say Colleagues – Thisdaylive

    The death of Mr. Zekery Aguye, a Magistrate and Deputy Chief Registrar (Litigation) with the Kogi State judiciary, has led to unease in the service with colleagues attributing his demise to backlog of unpaid salaries. Aguye reportedly died last Tuesday at the National Hospital Abuja … Read...
  6. Nigeria Business News

    Business Appeal Court Sets Aside Contempt Judgment against First Bank’s Chairman, MD – Thisdaylive

    The Court of Appeal, Lagos Division, has set aside the decision of a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos, which convicted, the Chairman of First Bank Nigeria Plc, Pastor Ibukun Awosika, and the bank’s Managing Director, Dr. Adesola Adeduntan, for contempt over judgment debt of N17 … Read more...
  7. Nigeria Sports News

    Sports Dalung, Obanikoro, Tandoh Hail Aregbesola’s Feat against Oshonaike – Thisdaylive

    Team Lagos teenager, Nimota Aregbesola, who created a shocking upset by beating veteran Funke Oshonaike in the women table tennis event of the ongoing Abuja 2018 National Sports Festival, has continued to receive commendations for making a feat not expected of her career..... read more via...
  8. Nigeria Business News

    Business MTN Grows Subscriber Base to 225.4m, Pledges to List on NSE – Thisdaylive

    The MTN Group, Africa’s largest wireless carrier, increased sales from operations by 10 per cent from a year earlier and added 2.5 million subscribers in the third quarter despite regulatory pressures in its largest markets that have wiped out more than two-thirds of the … Read more via...
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    Politics Boko Haram Kills 40 Soldiers in Two Weeks, 10 Others Still Missing – Thisdaylive

    Over 40 soldiers have been lost to rampaging Boko Haram terrorists in the last two weeks, despite claims by the military that the Islamic terror sect had been “technically defeated”. This is in addition to the military’s loss of some of their prized weapons, including … Read more via...
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    Politics Senate Invasion: Group Accuses Alimekhina of Working against APC Interest – Thisdaylive

    A group under the aegis of Final Yes Social Political Group has accused the senator representing Edo North senatorial district in the National Assembly, Francis Alimikhena of working against the interest of the All Progressives Congress (APC) by allegedly aligning with the Senate President, …...
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