Thursday, 15 November 2012
- ‘ Cases of rape rise to 84% in Nigeria’
- Dana air crash update: 23 aircrash victims’ families yet to receive compensation
- Mimiko inaugurates new Mother & Child hospital today
- N4.56b pension scam: Female accused hospitalised,trial stalled
- Construction workers hail FG’s decision on Lagos-Ibadan expressway
- Senate adjourns plenary for 1 week, dissolves to Appropriation committee.
- Blackout looms as Egbin power plant breaks down
- FMBN, NEXIM, BOA, IB lose N47bn in 6 months - CBN
- FirstBank wins Nigerian Bank of the Year award
- PDP tackles ACN over Tukur’s comments
- Electricity workers threaten strike over Wamakko
- ‘NDIC prosecuted 55 directors, staff of micro finance banks in 2011’
- Judgment in Oni’s appeal stalled, re-fixed for Jan 8
- Slain banker: Deceased had only 3 wounds -Accused’s father
- Appointments: S/West not marginalised —FCC
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istration in Niger state, has left no one in doubt since its inception that the government has an ambitious plan to make the state into one of the three most developed states in Nigeria by the year 20-20. The attainment of this vision is largely dependent on the viability of its small and medium scale industries which is the back bone of any meaningful economic development.
National Assembly, the one done by the Finance Committee of the Senate on the new Customs Bill was historic. Those present were convinced that the bill, initiated from the Lower Chamber was timely. The new legislation sought to repeal the existing Act which has been in existence before Nigeria’s Independence.
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