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Oshimili

The Oshimili North is one of the twenty-five Local Government Areas that make up Delta State, South-south geo-political region of Nigeria. The Local Government was created in 1997 and until its creation, was part of the old Oshimili Local Government Area. The Local Government is headquartered at Akwukwu-ukwu and comprises prominent towns and communities such as Ibusa, Illah and Okpanam. The people of this region speak Igbo, which the Igbo indigenes refer to as the Enuani language dialect of Igbo language.

Pharmacist Urges Firms To Comply With NAFDAC On Mobile Authentication

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Fall of Ngozi Olejeme

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EFCC seizes 46 houses from Goodluck Jonathan’s campaign director, Ngozi Olejeme

A former chairman of Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund, NSITF and also the Deputy Chairman, Finance Committee of the Goodluck Jonathan Campaign Organisation in the 2015 election, Ngozi Olejeme has forfeited has properties pending investigations by EFCC. A statement from the EFCC says Justice Ojukwu granted the application and ruled that …

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When activists discuss FPIC, govts, transnationals become all-consuming eco-caterpillars

By Agbonkhese Oboh For two days, Friends of the Earth, FoE, Africa member-groups and campaigners, representatives of civil society organisations and community activists gathered in Lagos to discuss Free, Prior and Informed Consent, FPIC, in a regional exchange programme that brought together 30 participants from Nigeria, Liberia, Togo, Mozambique among …

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