#WorldTeachersDay2020: Atiku Pays Tribute to Miners of Latent Talent

Abuja (Precise Post) – The Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in the 2019 general election and former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar has paid tributes to teacher in Nigeria as they join their counterparts across the globe to mark the World Teachers Day 2020. He described teachers as miners of our latent talents, disclosed this when he took to his twitter handle account called …

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Ondo Election: Police, Others to Maintain Political Neutrality, Professionalism in Exercise Statutory Duties

…Says 33,783 Police Officers to be Deployed on Election Security Duty By Chris Udochukwu Akure (Precise Post) – Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu has reassured all political actors, electorates, local and international observers and other stakeholders that the personnel of the Nigeria Police Force, as the lead agency in election security management in the country, and other security agencies shall maintain political neutrality and …

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Honour Commitment to ECOWAS – U.S Dept to Mali Transitional Govt

By Ogechi Okorie Lagos (Precise Post) – Honour your commitments to the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), were the words of United States Department to Mali Transitional government. The spokesperson for the department, Ms Morgan Ortagus, made the call in a statement made available on the African Regional Media Hub. Precise Post recalls that the commitment includes holding a democratic election within 18 …

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Restructuring: Buhari Not Perturbed With Your Threats, Undue Pressure – Presidency

By Ismaila Chafe Abuja (Precise Post) – The Presidency has reacted to the calls by some individuals and socio-ethnic groups calling for the immediate restructuring of Nigeria, saying the Buhari administration will not succumb to threats and undue pressure over the matter. Malam Garba Shehu, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, stated this in a statement on Monday morning when …

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Mali Frees More Than 100 Convicted Jihadists

Mali (Precise Post) – Mali has freed more than 100 suspected or convicted jihadists as part of negotiations for the release of a prominent Malian politician and a kidnapped French charity worker, sources close to the talks said Monday. “As part of the negotiations to obtain the release of Soumaila Cisse and Sophie Petronin, more than one hundred jihadist prisoners were released this weekend,” one …

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“He Was A Great Compatriot” – Ekiti Fed Poly Rector Mourns Late Jimah

By Yinusa Ishola Ado-Ekiti (Precise Post) – Dr Dayo Oladebeye, Rector, Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti, on Monday, described Dr Momodu Jimah, the late Rector of Auchi Polytechnic in Edo, as a great compatriot, hardworking and visionary leader. Oladebeye, in a condolence message signed by Mr Ade Adeyemi-Adejolu, the Institution’s Director of Protocol, Information and Public Relations, said he received the news of the death of Jimah …

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Paris Mourns Kenzo, A Japanese Fashion Designer Who Died From COVID-19

Paris (Precise Post)  – A Japanese fashion designer Kenzo Takada, popularly known as Kenzo, who created his label in Paris in the 1970s, died on Sunday, the brand that still carries his name said. Aged 81, Takada died of complications linked to COVID-19 at the American Hospital of Paris in Neuilly-sur-Seine, a residential suburb on the western outskirts of the capital, his spokesman told French …

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New York Mayor to Shutdown Nine Neighborhoods Over COVID-19

By Our Correspondent Abuja (Precise Post) – As Covid-19 cases rise in the New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Sunday he planned to put nine neighborhoods back under tight shutdowns which had largely controlled the pandemic after a catastrophic outbreak. “Today, unfortunately, is not a day for celebration,” de Blasio said, announcing he would ask to close nonessential businesses and all schools in …

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COVID-19 Update: NCDC Confirms 58 Fresh Cases in Nigeria

By Ogechi Okorie Abuja (Precise Post) – The latest COVID-19 update released by the Centre for Disease Control says the novel virus curve has flatten as only 58 new cases were recorded on Sunday in Nigeria. The NCDC in its twitter handle said the 58 cases were reported as follows; Plateau-18; Lagos-15; Katsina-10 and Ogun-5. Others are: Kaduna-4; Edo-3 with EkitiFCT and Ondo recording one …

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