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The Rivers state Government has flagged off the Government Secondary School Kpor in Gokana Local Government Area of the state.


The Head of Information and Public Relations Division, of the National Examinations Council Azeez Sani has disclosed that the council will not extend the registration period for the 2021 Senior School Certificate Examination internal candidates.


Bauchi State Governor, Bala Mohammed, has dissolved the State Executive Council.


President Muhammadu Buhari has taken delivery of the first ever Nigeria-made cell phone called ITF Mobile.


The President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan has asked the Committee on the Independent National Electoral Commission to screen for confirmation, the appointments of Lauretta Onochie, and five others as INEC commissioners.


The Minority caucus in the National Assembly has asked Nigerians to disregard the ban on twitter by the Federal government and continue to use the micro blogging platform.


The Federal Government says the management of Twitter, has reached out for dialogue.


 

Foreign journalists covering the Tokyo Olympics will have their movements tracked by GPS.

This is according to the Games president who said they could have their passes revoked if they break the rules.

Organizers of the pandemic-postponed 2020 Games, which open in just over six weeks, are trying to reassure a skeptical public that the mega-event can be held safely under strict virus rules.

The about six thousand reporters visiting Japan for the Olympics must provide a detailed list of areas they will visit for their first two weeks in Japan, such as sports venues and hotels.

And Tokyo 2020 chief, Seiko Hashimoto said tracking technology would be used to make sure they only go where they are supposed to.

 


 

The MTV Video Music Awards will take place on September 12 in New York.


The Peoples’ Democratic Party caucus in the House of Representatives yesterday  staged a walkout amid a rowdy session over the suspension of twitter activities in Nigeria.


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