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The Speaker of the House of Representatives, YAKUBU DOGARA, says Nigeria loses about seven trillion naira annually due to revenue leakages and insecurity on the country’s maritime domain.

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The Broadcasting Organizations of Nigeria has made a case for a timeline to be set by the National Broadcasting Commission on digital switch-over in the country.

July 11 2017 0
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There are indications that the recent 

threat against Igbos residing in the 

Northern parts of Nigeria may be referred 

to the International Criminal Court for 

investigation.

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The cult violence raging in some 

communities in Emohua and Ikwerre local 

government areas of Rivers State has 

degenerated.

Our correspondent reports that there has 

been another attack at Omudioga community 

in Emohua, where many houses have been 

destroyed  and at least one person killed.

The Chairman of the Community Development 

Committee, BRIGHT AYAELE, told our 

correspondent on telephone than armed 

cultists stormed the area in the early 

hours of today.

AYAELE, who said he was calling from 

hiding, said the armed men fired random 

gunshots, knocking down houses and setting 

others on fire.

He said the entire inhabitants of Omudioga 

community have been sacked, while there 

were no security operatives at the time of 

filing the report.


The latest cult violence at Omudioga comes 

hours after the community stakeholders had 

raised alarm about the impending attack 

and requested for increased security 

surveillance in the area.

You will recall that at least seven 

persons were killed within Omudioga when 

the latest cult clashes erupted over the 

weekend, including four who were beheaded.

The violence also spread to neighbouring 

Omerelu community in Ikwerre Local 

Government Area where two persons were 

also killed on Sunday.

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the Rivers State Council of the Nigeria Labour Congress has backed 

the call for the exclusion of the salaries 

of primary school teachers from the 

control of the local government councils.

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