COVID-19 CONTAINMENT EFFORTS: JULIUS BERGER DONATES MORE HOSPITAL PALLLIATIVES TO ABUJA-KANO ROAD PROJECT COMMUNITIES AND HOSPITAL

Nigeria’s leading engineering construction company, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc, has continued to sustain and expand its covid-19 palliatives donations in the country. The company had made series of important corporate social responsibility contributions including food supplies, personal protective equipment, much needed clinical beds and mattress donations as well as ambulance vehicle, amongst others to Local Councils, communities, hospitals; and government-nominated covid-19 isolation centres across the country since the corona virus pandemic began. Julius Berger, in fulfillment of the company’s Managing Director, Dr Lars Richter’s pledge to continue to assist the…

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PRESS RELEASE: APC HONOURS ODIGIE-OYEGUN at 81

APC Celebrates Odigie-Oyegun On 81st Birthday The All Progressives Congress (APC) celebrates elder statesman and our former National Chairman, H.E. Chief John Odigie-Oyegun on the occasion of his 81st birthday on August 12, 2020. Our great Party rejoices with Chief Odigie-Oyegun and his family, friends and associates for the good health, exemplary life and good tidings the Almighty God has granted him. Chief Odigie-Oyegun is undoubtedly a man of many positive firsts. The country’s youngest permanent secretary, first elected governor of Edo State, first national chairman of the APC who…

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Northern Youths Honours Ozekhome

By Emmanuel Iriogbe The Northern Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN ), on Tuesday, 4th August, 2020,presented to leading Constitutional Lawyer and Human Rights Activist, Chief Mike Ozekhome, SAN, the award of GARKUWAN MATTASSAN AREWA (the shield of Northern Youth ) and PARAGON OF JUDICIAL TRANSFORMATION .The group profusely eulogised Ozekhome for consistently and courageously speaking truth to power,interrogating authority, defending human rights of Nigerians and standing up for democracy, rule of law ,transparency and due process in governance .The group led by its president, Dr Isa Abubakar , thanked Dr…

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Edo Refinery project will earn Obaseki second Term- Ikhine

*Obaseki’s Edo refinery, CCETC-Ossiomo Power Plant, other infrastructural projects will earn him second term, says Ikhine* *…insists desire of few desperate politicians can’t suppress will of majority of Edo people* The Deputy Director-General of the Edo State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Governorship Campaign Council, Engr. Gideon Ikhine, has expressed confidence that the legacy projects of Governor Godwin Obaseki, including the Edo Modular Refinery, Benin River Port, CCETC-Ossiomo Power Plant, among other infrastructural projects executed to boost the state’s economy and better the livelihoods of the Edo people, will earn the…

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OPINION: NOW, WHO WILL COMFORT BISHOP KUKAH

By Barrister Mike Ozekhon, SAN Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah, that fiery cleric, social critic, rights Activist and intellectual prodigy on the pulpit, lost his mother in questioning. I CONDOLER condoled with him by SMS and whatsapp message when his number wpas not going through. But, I kept on asking myself one question: “who will comfort Bishop Kukah?”uThis question is relevant, considering the fact that this charismatic, fecund and fNOW, WHO WILL COMFORT BISHOP KUKAH? Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah, that fiery cleric, social critic, rights Activist and intellectual prodigy on the…

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Nasarawa killings: gov Sule tasks Odu community to fish out criminals

By Takuruku Emmanuel, Lafia Govenor, of Nasarawa state, Abdullahi Sule, has charged the people of Udege chiefdom to fish out crimina elements among them. The governor’s visit followed the killing of the village Head of Odu, Mr. Amos Ewa Obere by gumen at the weekend. He gave the charge when he paid a fact-findung visit to the palace of the Osu Ajiri, His Royal Highness, Halilu Bala Usman, Sunday. sule in a press statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Ibrahim Adra and made available to newsmen in Lafia, the…

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Godswil Akpabio NDDC Interim Management Committee wey presidency put don scrap 23.5km road project connecting Bayelsa and Rivers State?

  Karina Igonikon BBC News Pidgin, Port Harcourt 24 July 2020 NDDC Interim Management Committee (IMC) wey presidency appoint don abandon Odual Kingdom road project, for di costal Niger Delta community of Rivers State, southern Nigeria. To travel to communities for Odual Kingdom be like pesin wey dey explore wild jungle because dem no get road, BBC Pidgin don find out. NDDC boss collapse for probe hearing See wetin Akpabio tell di House of Reps Committee wey dey probe NDDC Joy Nunieh full testimony on ‘Apkabio oath’, ‘NDDC dollars’, oda…

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RELEASEA 7-DAY ULTIMATUM TO WITHDRAW AND PUBLICLY APOLOGISE TO CHIEF MIKE OZEKHOME, SAN, ON YOUR WRITE-UP

MRO Israel Olayiwola, Sahara Reporters, No 13A, Isaac John Street, GRA, Ikeja, Lagos. Dear Sir, A 7-DAY ULTIMATUM TO WITHDRAW AND PUBLICLY APOLOGISE TO CHIEF MIKE OZEKHOME, SAN, ON YOUR WRITE-UP TITLED, “WHY OZEKHOME WANTS MAGU DEAD! BY ISREAL OLAYIWOLA”. INTRODUCTION We are Solicitors to Chief Mike Ozekhome, SAN, OFR, LL.M, Ph.D, FCIArb, LL.D (“our client”), on whose firm instructions we write you this letter. Our client has informed us of your highly defamatory write-up of and concerning him, which you published and circulated globally on your verified website page…

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BPP DG CORROBORATES JULIUS BERGER CLAIM ON NIGER BRIDGE CONTRACT

*also: LAGOS-SHAGAMU EXPRESSWAY AND ABUJA-KANO ROAD PROJECTS …BPP DG Ahmadu tells lawmakers that Julius Berger duly bidded for the projects, contrary to the position of the committee The Director-General of the Bureau for Public Procurement, Mr Mamman Ahmadu in Abuja on Tuesday corroborated the position of Julius Berger Managing Director, Engr. Dr. Lars Richter, that the nation’s leading and most dependable engineering construction company was awarded the top priority projects, namely, 2nd Niger Bridge, Lagos-Shagamu Expressway and Abuja-Kano Road based on due process of award by the government. Ahmadu said…

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