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Reps amend privatisation law to stop Ajaokuta concessioning

Reps amend privatisation law to stop Ajaokuta concessioning

The House of Representatives has gone a step further in its opposition to the concessioning of Ajaokuta Steel Company by proposing to amend the Privatisation Act.   In a resolution in Abuja, the House observed that the decision of the Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, to engage PricewaterhouseCoopers, a “globally discredited”

[BREAKING] Suspected herdsmen invade Kogi communities, kill 25

Persons suspected to be Fulani herdsmen have unleashed terror on three communities in Kogi State, leaving 25 people dead.   Oganienugwu and Ikende communities in Dekina Local Government Area were affected; as well as Abejukolo in Omala LGA, all in the Eastern Senatorial district of the state. As at the time of filing this report,


President Muhammadu Buhari blasted his predecessor, Goodluck Jonathan, he said his administration has recorded concrete achievements which are there for all to see, contrary to the assertion by immediate past president Goodluck Jonathan that the administration is running on propaganda and lies.   Mr. Jonathan had last Thursday said that the government of his successor

BREAKING: At Last Lagos Govt Reduces Land Use Charge

The Lagos State Government has reduced its Land Use Charge, this digital media can confirm. According to the state government, commercial fee charge is reduced by 50 percent, while owner occupier third-party fee is reduced by 25 percent and the owner-occupier fee charge is reduced by 15 percent. This was made known after the executive

Breaking: Germany’s veteran Chancellor Angela Merkel has been re-elected by German parliament for her fourth term

Germany’s veteran Chancellor Angela Merkel has been re-elected by parliament for her fourth term, ending half a year of grinding coalition talks and political paralysis. German lawmakers voted on Wednesday to re-elect Merkel as chancellor for a fourth, and likely final, term that may prove her most challenging yet as she leads a fragile coalition