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Troops raid Boko Haram camp, arrest suspects taking foodstuffs to insurgents

    Troops raid Boko Haram camp, arrest suspects taking foodstuffs to insurgents

Troops of the Nigerian Army have reportedly arrested some women near Maiduguri, the Borno capital, for delivering foodstuffs and petrol to insurgents. Some of the suspects arrested by troops of

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NIPOST issues new guidelines for courier services

    NIPOST issues new guidelines for courier services

The Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST) has issued new guidelines for courier and logistics services. In a statement on Tuesday, Frankin Alao, general manager, corporate communications, said Isa Pantami, minister of

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OPay shuts down ride-hailing business, to focus on fintech, e-commerce

    OPay shuts down ride-hailing business, to focus on fintech, e-commerce

OPay has announced that it will shut down some of its business units including its ride-hailing (ORide, OCar) and logistics (OExpress) services to focus more on Nigerian financial and technology

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IT, health care… businesses thriving during COVID-19 outbreak

    IT, health care… businesses thriving during COVID-19 outbreak

The COVID-19  outbreak across the world has ground activities to a halt in various sectors with projections that the global economy will suffer a recession. The World Bank also projects

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DSS invitation: Group warns against ethnic mudslinging in INEC fiasco

  DSS invitation: Group warns against ethnic mudslinging in INEC fiasco

A group says Okechukwu Ibeanu, the national commissioner of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in charge of logistics, and

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Diezani’s N30m was used for logistics, says ex-INEC official

  Diezani’s N30m was used for logistics, says ex-INEC official

Christian Nwosu, an ex-administrative secretary with the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), says the N30 million he received from Diezani Alison-Madueke, a

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