Daily Archives: January 15, 2018

First Bank creates opportunities for salary account holders

First Bank of Nigeria Limited has created opportunities for salary accounts holders to unlock the wealth in their accounts. And this can be achieved through the ...

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UBA launches social media banking platforms

Pan-African financial institution, United Bank for Africa (UBA), has introduced “Leo”, the UBA Chat Banker that enables customers make use of their social media accounts ...

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Gunmen abduct ex-commissioner, soldier in Bayelsa

Mrs. Marie Ebikake, the former Commissioner for Transport in Bayelsa and a soldier were abducted in separate incidents by gunmen in Bayelsa on Sunday. The ...

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Jubilation as Gov. Ugwuanyi visits Amurri people …directs contractor back to site on community road

In keeping faith with his promise to the people of Amurri in Nkanu West Local Government Area, His Excellency, Gov. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State ...

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2019: Why INEC won’t stop registration of political parties — Prof. Yakubu

Professor Mahmood Yakubu is the chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). In this interview with a delegation from Media Trust Limited, publishers of ...

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Liverpool break Man City’s unbeaten EPL record

Liverpool FC on Sunday defeated Manchester City 4-3 to crash the  Pep Guardiola’s team unbeaten English Premier League (EPL) record. The Reds did the unthinkable ...

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FG and cattle colonies – Daily Trust

Over the past weeks, attacks by Fulani herdsmen on farmers and villagers in different states across the country have increased in frequency and ferocity. Arguably ...

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2018: Economic prospects still delicate – Punch

Every New Year offers the government a window of opportunity to reset the economy on the path of growth. For the Muhammadu Buhari administration, which ...

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Merit vs money – The Nation

Universities must stop fleecing candidates A Federal Government query issued to 42 universities has once again demonstrated the brazen manner in which tertiary institutions exploit ...

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