Monthly Archives: September 2023

Thought Subsidy Was Bad. Why is Tinubu Bringing it Back? – Farooq A. Kperogi

A September 21, 2023, enterprise news report (i.e., a news report that’s not from a news release or a press conference) from the Daily Trust found that “Despite the numerous assurances by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu that… subsidy is gone… the federal government paid N169.4 billion as subsidy in August …

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JUST IN: Your Petition Lacks Merit, Tribunal Tells Omo-Agege, Affirms Sheriff’s Victory

The Governorship Election Petition Tribunal, sitting in Delta State has struck out the petition brought before it by the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, challenging the election of Governor Sheriff Oborevwor. The three-member tribunal panel headed by Justice C.H. Ahuchaogu, in it’s judgment on Friday, …

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JUST IN: Police Detain Sam Larry Amid Investigation into Mohbad’s Demise

By Temisan Omadeli   The Nigeria Police have confirmed that they currently hold Sam Larry, a prominent music promoter, in their custody as part of an ongoing investigation related to the tragic passing of Mohbad, a young artist. This development was officially disclosed by the law enforcement agency in a …

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Delta Siblings, 15 others Jailed for Online Scamming in Benin

By Oghenekevwe Arese In the capital city of Edo State, Benin City, a High Court presided over by Justice Efe Ikponmwonba has convicted and sentenced two brothers, Ochuko Godfrey and Ochuko Prosper, along with 14 others, to various jail terms. In a recent post on Thursday from the Economic and …

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Delta Assembly Tribunal Judgement, APC Candidate, Sualeze Heads For Appeal Court.

By Onomiguren Agbamu The candidate of All progressive Congress (APC) in the March 18th Delta State House of Assembly election to represent Oshimili South Constituency, Mr. Sualeze Eluaka Paul has described the judgement of the tribunal as ” laughable seeing the basis and content at which his petition was demised, …

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