Firm commends ipNX for expanding fibre-optic market


For distinguishing itself in the fibre-optic convergence service market ,  ipNX has earned the 2014 Competitive Strategy Innovation and Leadership Award in the Nigerian market

Based on its recent analysis of the fibre-optic convergence service market, Frost & Sullivan recognises ipNX with the 2014 Nigerian Frost & Sullivan award for competitive strategy Innovation and Leadership.

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Buhari promises improved budgetary allocation to education


Port Harcourt – President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday promised that education would receive the needed budgetary allocation in order to boost the education sector.

Buhari gave the assurance in Port Harcourt, at the 30th Convocation Ceremony of the University Of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT).

He said education was key to national development, and assured that his administration would provide new facilities, rehabilitate and upgrade existing ones.

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How Super Eagles defeated Chad


The Super Eagles got their 2017 Africa Cup of Nations campaign off to a winning start in Kaduna

Goals from Gbolahan Salami and Odion Ighalo ensured Nigeria began their Africa Cup of Nations 2017 qualifying campaign in winning fashion with a victory over Chad.

After a lethargic, uninspired first half, the Super Eagles improved after the break and took the lead on 69 minutes when Salami finished well after an excellent assist from substitute Ighalo.

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Morocco arrests 57 in cash-for-answers exam scandal


Dozens of people have been arrested in Morocco for selling answers to high school leaving exams in a racket that even saw two pages of answers posted on Facebook, authorities said Saturday.

The General Directorate of National Security said 57 people were arrested in 15 towns across the kingdom in a cash-for-answers scandal that saw other test responses sent to students via SMS.

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Clinton in bid to become first woman president promises an America for everyone


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Hillary Clinton launched Saturday her bid to become the first woman president of the United States, unveiling a progressive platform calling for tax breaks for the struggling middle class and universal preschool.

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Gov. Lalong urges Church not to compromise


Gov. Simon Lalong of Plateau, on Saturday urged the Church not to compromise its position as an agent of change.

Lalong gave the advice at the first anniversary thanksgiving and Fund Raising of Pankshin Catholic Diocese, held at the Holy Cross Cathedral.
The Governor, represented by Prof. John Wade, Director-General, State Research and Planning Directorate, said the society was in dire need of the fear of God.

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The glory of Africa lies in its youth but there’re threats — Dream Project for Africa


The Dream Project of Africa is a non-profit organization, formally known as the “African Democratic Dreams Project”  founded by business analyst Michael Oluwabukola Nelson, who grew up in Nigeria facing the same issues faced by so many in the African society.

Their members and volunteers relentlessly advocate on behalf of oppressed Africans. They’re creating programs to educate Nigerians, both in Africa and East Texas. They teach them about their rights as Nigerians. The group ultimately acts as a government watchdog to protect those rights in Africa.

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Women World Cup: Falcon loss, great blow to female soccer


Nigeria's soccer team players run with balls during a training session at the Waverley Soccer Complex in Winnipeg, Manitoba, on June 9, 2015, ahead of their 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup group D football match against Australia to be played on June 12. AFP PHOTO

Nigeria’s soccer team players run with balls during a training session at the Waverley Soccer Complex in Winnipeg, Manitoba, on June 9, 2015, ahead of their 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup group D football match against Australia to be played on June 12. AFP PHOTO

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Bobbi Kristina Brown Update: Nick Gordon Spotted For The First Time After Rehab, Living In Florida With Mother


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Bobbi Kristina Brown’s long-term boyfriend Nick Gordon was spotted in Florida on June 12, 2015 and has reportedly moved out of the house in Atlanta that the couple shared. In this photo, Bobbi Kristina reveals a tattoo with the initials “W H” as she waves while arriving with Gordon at the premiere of the film “Sparkle” in Hollywood on Aug. 16, 2012. Reuters/Fred Prouser

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June 12 : Confer post-humous honour on MKO, NLC tells Buhari


Kaduna – The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) on Saturday called on President Muhammadu Buhari to bestow a post humous award on the late Chief MKO Abiola to put an end to the June 12 saga.

The Deputy President of NLC, Issa Aremu made the call in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Saturday in Kaduna.

In the statement, Aremu said that Buhari should offer leadership and build a groundswell of national consensus to do the needful in this respect.

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We have a new beginning


On April 28th 2015 our nation was given a new lease of life. The nation had one of the most transparent elections ever held in our country. All international observers rated it above average. All thanks to God almighty and Professor Attahiru Jega, the INEC Chairman. However it was not without challenges. The most prominent one was when elder Orubabe, a former minister, displayed the worst part of himself. He tried to subvert the electoral process after seeing sign the ruling party was losing. But for the wisdom of Prof jega we would have had a hung election. This would have opened us up to another round of violence, deaths and uncertainty.

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