Fuel Price Hike: Will Labour Still Go Ahead With Proposed Strike?

While the organised labour has proposed tomorrow, Monday, September 28, as the date for protest against the increase in the fuel price and electricity tariff, Onyebuchi Ezigbo wonders if the strike will hold as planned, especially with level of discussion between the federal government and labour. The die is cast as the leadership of the organised labour mobilises their members and civil society allies for …

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RAPE: NARICT Trains 100 Girls in Benue

By Yemi Itodo Abuja (Precise Post) – The National Research Institute for Chemical Technology (NARICT), Zaria, last week, alongside other experts, trained 100 girls on various skills in Benue State in order to make the girl child self reliant and less vulnerable to rape. The one-week training was organized at the instance of Miss Idoma Ambassador, Queen Esther Ene Daniels. The participants who were drawn …

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See The Untold Story Of Ebube Muonso Who Was Born A Strange Child

Idemili (Precise Post)- Rev. Father Chibuzo Emmanuel Obimma, parish priest of Blessed Iwene Tansi Catholic Church, Umudioka in Dunukofia Local Government Area of Anambra State, is arguably the most popular cleric in Anambra State at the moment. Popularly known as Ebube Muonso, the priest is also the Spiritual Director of Holy Ghost Adoration Ministry, Uke in Idemili North Local Government Area of the state. The adoration …

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During Abacha’s Regime Carrington Leaked Information Of My Arrest -Obasanjo

Daud Olatunji Abeokuta (Precise Post)-Former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, has revealed how the late former American Ambassador in Nigeria, Amb. Walter Carrington, leaked the information of his pending arrest by late head of state, Gen. Sani Abacha (retd.), in 1995 to him. Obasanjo said he was offered political asylum in the United States of America during his trip to Copenhagen to attend the World Social Summit …

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Karu Mega Bus Terminal: How Engineer Sule is exploiting Abuja corridor to benefit all

By Ali Abarea Since the dawn of the Engineer Abdullahi Sule administration in Nasarawa State, deliberate steps are being taken to diversify the economy of the state, in the determination to wean Nasarawa from over reliance on federal allocation. One of such initiatives was the official flagging-off of the construction work on the 900-vehicle capacity Karu Mega Bus Terminal in December last year, which is …

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LUTH: Giving Hope To Pregnant COVID-19 Patients

By Oluwafunke Ishola Abuja (Precise Post)-With an estimated 6.4 million babies to be born in Nigeria during the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, many expectant women who should be glad at the figure have rather become apprehensive. The figure released by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) shows that the babies will be born up to 40 weeks from March 11, when COVID-19 was recognised as …

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Oh No! You Won’t Believe Why This Beautiful SS 3 Student Killed Herself In Lagos

Abuja(Precise Post)- When the next West African Senior School Certificate Examination eventually begins, Sherifat Sulaimon, will be missing in action. The 21-year-old SS3 pupil reportedly committed suicide last Sunday after she was allegedly beaten by her stepbrother, Moliku Sulaimon, whom she lived with at Olorunshogo Iyewa, in the Isawo area of Ikorodu, Lagos State. Neighbours, who spoke to Sunday PUNCH, accused Moliku of serially assaulting …

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Mobolaji Johnson, The Governor Who Developed Lagos With 10,000 Pounds

While children of his age were pacing up and down to school, Mobolaji Johnson could not walk — at the age of four — owing to a diarrhoea that nearly snuffed the life out of him. By 31, he was appointed the military administrator of Lagos, and he subsequently became the first governor of the state. Johnson, at different points in his life, had close …

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Why El-Rufai’s Position on Appointment of Judges is an Imbroglio to the NJC

By Kenneth Atavti  At the heat of the nationwide lockdown, the National Judicial Council, NJC, under the Chairmanship of the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Tanko Muhammad held its 91st Meeting via virtual conferencing, where it among other proceedings, considered and made recommendations on the list of candidates presented by its Interview Committee.  Seventy successful candidates were recommended to their respective state Governors for appointment …

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THE #700M SAGA AND THE ROLES OF ALL THE KEY ACTORS

By Tony Okonigene It amuses me whenever I read about some uninformed PDP media warlords talking about Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu and others being prosecuted by the EFCC for laundering #700m PDP campaign funds. Conveniently, they omit mentioning the names of the other key actors in the saga. For the benefit of those who are not informed about the whole drama playing out, it has become …

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The Inside Story Of A Cold War Between The 3 Sons Of Oniru Royal Family

Abuja(Precise Post)- There is the popular African proverb that says that when brothers fight to death, a stranger inherits their property. This powerful axiom could best illustrate what might likely be happening to one of Lagos’ popular families: Abiodun-Oniru siblings. For some time now, the story of the three sons of late Oba Idowu Abiodun Oniru, the immediate past Oniru of Iruland, an upscale community …

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Sexuality:Men Still Have More Orgasms Than Women – New Study Reveals Women Fake Orgasms Regularly

A new study which was recently carried out on both sexes shows that a large orgasm gap still exists between men and women as men at 66% are still climaxing more often than women at  43%. The new study conducted by sex toy company Lelo and released on National Orgasm Day (July 5) has revealed that almost one in 20 women have never orgasmed with …

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Storm in Igboland: No Going Back on Parallel Ohanaeze, Igwe Nzekwe Vows

By Chioma Gabriel, Editor Special Features There is a common saying that the Igbo have no king (Igbo enwe eze). This adage is used to depict the individual nature of the Igbo man who does not owe allegiance to only one man. Hence it is common to have cacophony of voices addressing Igbo issues without a unified voice. For long, the umbrella organisation for all …

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LET’S SHUT UP And LISTEN!

Abuja (Precise Post) – As a young President of a campus group, I paid a condolence visit to a friend and fellowship member who had just lost her dad. I said “you know, the Bible says, if you fail in the day of adversity, your strength is little”. I‘ll never forget her response. She goes “Kola, please don’t preach AT me. I know the scripture …

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