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EU Lawmakers Seek Probe Of Gazprom’s Role In Gas Price Surge

A group of European Parliament lawmakers has asked the European Commission to investigate Gazprom's role in soaring European gas prices, saying the company's behaviour had made them suspect market manipulation. Gas prices in Europe have surged in recent months, helping to drive European electricity costs to multi-year highs, with wholesale power prices not forecast to fall significantly this year. In a...

Nigeria’s Dangote Parley With Traders For Oil Refinery Loan

Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote is in talks with some of the world's biggest oil traders to help finance his mega refinery project outside of Nigeria's commercial centre Lagos, sources with knowledge of the matter said, although his company denied the discussions. The 650,000 barrel-per-day refinery, once complete, will be the continent's largest plant and redraw major trade flows of...

Uzodimma Makes Case For Air Force Secondary School In Imo State

Governor Hope Uzodimma of Imo State has passionately requested for the establishment of at least one Air Force Secondary School in the State to enable her to have a sense of belonging like other States where such Hi-Tech Institutions exist in the country. The Governor made the request when he received in audience senior officers of Air Force Ground Training...

 Still On Femi Fani-Kayode (FFK)

By Valentine Obienyem When Chief Olusegun Obasanjo was said to have won his second term in office, Nigerians expressed their opinions on how they wanted his Cabinet to look. The consensus of opinion preferred a Cabinet dominated by young people, who would be willing and able to work towards national transformation. Thus, when the likes of Femi Fani-Kayode were appointed,...

Basket Of Deplorables

By Shaka Momodu The political stakes as the 2023 general election draw near are almost unimaginable – all the more so because of the overlapping and complementary vulnerabilities of the two leading political parties – accentuated by the public perception of them as essentially Siamese twins. But one is gaining ground, the other is losing. The umbrella of Prince Uche Secondus,...

Imo Residents Applaud Uzodimma As Fuel Sells At N165 Per Litre Once More

Residents of Imo State are full of appreciation to Governor Hope Uzodimma for the peaceful resolution of the recent face-off between the government and petroleum marketers, which has led to the return of fuel price at N165 per litre across the state. Following the face-off, oil marketers, particularly tankers' drivers, embarked on a strike that lasted for about one week, ...

Igbo Leaders Betrayed Southeast During Buhari’s Visit To Imo – IPAN

A group, Igbos for a Progressive Nigeria (IPAN), has described the recent visit of President Mohammadu Buhari as a waste to the progress of Igbos. The group explained that Igbo leaders would have utilised the opportunity to x-ray major developmental challenges in the South East. The National President of IPAN, Comrade Lawrence Onuzulike, who stated this in his release to journalists...

Ekiti Community Mourns As Onijan Passes On At 70

The Onijan of Ijan Ekiti, in Gbonyin Local Government Area of Ekiti State, Oba Samuel Oyewole Fadahunsi, has joined his ancestors. The report of his death, which filtered into town on Thursday, said the revered monarch passed on after 19 years on the throne. Oba Fadahunsi, from Otutubiosun ruling house, was enthroned on September 22, 2002, during the administration of Otunba Niyi Adebayo. He...

Monday Sit-at-home A Media Creation, Says IPOB Spokesman 

The Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) has accused the media of fuelling the Monday-Monday Sit-at-home in the South East even when the group denounced it. Its spokesman, Emma Powerful said in a statement, in reaction to a possible crisis in the group that there are neither conflicting orders from the IPOB nor crisis in it but the media caused it. The...

APGA, Oye Shame Shenanigans At Appeal Court Again

The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) said its attention has been drawn news report in social media that the court of appeal has ordered the federal high court Abuja to decide a pending suit on alleged APGA leadership tussle between Dr. Victor Ike Oye, Jude Okeke and Edozie Njoku. The National Publicity Secretary of APGA, Tex Okechukwu in a counter...

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EU Lawmakers Seek Probe Of Gazprom’s Role In Gas Price Surge

A group of European Parliament lawmakers has asked the European Commission to investigate Gazprom's role in soaring European gas prices, saying the company's behaviour...

Nigeria’s Dangote Parley With Traders For Oil Refinery Loan

Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote is in talks with some of the world's biggest oil traders to help finance his mega refinery project outside...

Uzodimma Makes Case For Air Force Secondary School In Imo State

Governor Hope Uzodimma of Imo State has passionately requested for the establishment of at least one Air Force Secondary School in the State to...