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FG targets optimal production for 3 refineries

The Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Allison-Madueke, has said the Warri, Port Harcourt and Kaduna refineries would produce at optimal capacity when their Turn Around Maintenance (TAM) was completed by October, 2014. Speaking at a meeting with the Senator Magnus Abe (PDP-Rivers)-led Senate Committee on Petroleum (Downstream) on Monday, the …

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Etisalat Extends 3.75G Network To 8 More Cities

  Etisalat has announced the extension of its 3.75G easyblaze service to more cities including Abeokuta, Jos, Ilorin, Calabar, Akure, Oshogbo, Uyo and Asaba. The service  allows Etisalat subscribers to achieve high speed internet access, faster file downloads, video calling and streaming and other related activities. Easyblaze internet broadband service …

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Nigeria: Etisalat Extends 3.75G Network to Eight More Cities

Etisalat has announced the extension of its 3.75G easyblaze service to more cities including Abeokuta, Jos, Ilorin, Calabar, Akure, Oshogbo, Uyo and Asaba. The service allows Etisalat subscribers to achieve high speed internet access, faster file downloads, video calling and streaming and other related activities. Easyblaze internet broadband service was …

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Furore Over Petroleum Products Importation From Niger

<!– end javascript to email the article –>  All Africa Global Media Despite Nigeria’s abundant hydrocarbon resources, she still depends on non-oil producing countries for refined petroleum products, writes Chika Amanze-Nwachuku Nigeriaisworld’s eighth-biggest oil exporter, biggest oil producer in Africa and a major supplier of crude to the United …

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Averting The Impending Flood Disaster

Recently, the Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NIMET) predicted that several cities in Nigeria could sink as a result of flooding if proper measures were not taken. In this report, Chika Okeke, Anayo Onukwugha, Port Harcourt, Salisu Ibrahim, Kano, George Okojie, Lagos, Kola Niyi-Eke, Asaba, Onyekaozulu Ofoma, Abakaliki, Matthias Nwogu, Umuahia, David-Chyddy …

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MTN boosts broadband internet in Abuja, Port Harcourt with HyNet

MTN Nigeria has expanded the coverage of its WiMAX driven revolutionary Internet service, MTN HyNet, to the cities of Abuja and Port Harcourt. This is to further boost internet penetration in the two cities. The service, which was first introduced in Lagos in 2009 by MTN Business, the business-to-business division …

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Fed Cup: NFF Apologizes for Error in Fixtures, Sanctions Officer

Lobi Stars’ forward, David Tyavkase The Competitions Department of Nigeria Football Federation has apologised profusely for the erroneous fixtures of semi final matches of this year’s Federation Cup competition which it released to the public on Tuesday. Director of Competitions, Dr. Mohammed Sanusi said the officer concerned has already been …

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FedCup semi-finals: Ilorin hosts Heartland/Lobi Stars

Abuja – The semi-final matches of this year’s Federation Cup competition will hold at the U.J. Esuene Stadium in Calabar and the Ilorin Township Stadium, the Nigeria Football Association (NFA) has said. According to a statement on Wednesday in Abuja by the association’s Chief Media Officer, Ademola Olajire, no dates …

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NPL: Warri Wolves’ Cooreman Hospitalised

 Warri Wolves’ coach, Maurice Cooreman  SUPERSPORT.COM Warri Wolves’ coach, Maurice Cooreman has been hospitalised and will now miss the Matchday 33 Nigeria Premier League (NPL) game with Dolphins in Port Harcourt. The veteran gaffer took ill on Tuesday evening and has now been diagnosed with typhoid and malaria. “I was …

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Cooreman hospitalised

Warri Wolves’ coach, Maurice Cooreman has been hospitalised and will now miss the Matchday 33 Nigeria Premier League (NPL) game with Dolphins in Port Harcourt. The veteran gaffer took ill on Tuesday evening and has now been diagnosed with typhoid and malaria. “I was preparing for the trip to Port …

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