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North wont vote for PDP in 2015 Atiku
Monday, 22 September 2014

Former Vice-President and presidential aspirant on the platform of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, weekend in Lagos said the North would not vote for the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the 2015 presidential election, claiming PDP  had done nothing to attract votes from Nigerians.

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Keshi ranked as Best African coach
Sunday, 21 September 2014

SUPER Eagles coach Stephen Keshi has been ranked as the best national team coach in Africa in the latest ranking released by a leading coaching statistics agency for national team coaches.  Keshi continues to top the poll for coaches on the continent,despite Nigeria’s unimpressive start to the 2015 AFCON qualifiers.

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Buhari to declare presidential bid after Sallah celebration in October
Sunday, 21 September 2014

A former Head of State, General Muhammadu Buhari would publicly declare his presidential ambition in Abuja after the Sallah holiday, Sunday Leadership has reported.

Buhari, who first entered the race in 2003 when he ran under the platform of the All Nigerian People’s Party (ANPP), contested under the same platform in 2007 but defected and formed his own, Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) in 2011, under which he ran against President Goodluck Jonathan.

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Ebola: Children with symptoms of malaria to be shut out of schools in Abuja
Sunday, 21 September 2014

The Education Secretary in the Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA, Malam Kabiru Usman has directed schools in the territory against admitting any child whose temperature is high or has symptoms of malaria.

Usman handed down this instruction while distributing Ebola prevention/sanitary items to school principals and head teachers of schools within the territory.

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PDP cancels presidential primary
Sunday, 21 September 2014

The Peoples Democratic Party has said with the adoption of President Goodluck Jonathan by the party’s National Executive Committee, the party will not hold the presidential primary scheduled for December 6. It said with the adoption, the President had become the sole candidate for the presidential election.

With the development, It said the party would only ratify Jonathan’s candidature on December 6.

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13 Truckloads of Beer Destroyed in Kano by Hisbah PDF Print E-mail
Written by Rawlings Moba   
Friday, 17 July 2009

ImageThe Hisbah board in Kano has destroyed thirteen truckloads of assorted alcoholic drinks consisting of 7280 cartoons and 1002 bottles of different brands of beer.

The drinks are accumulated confiscation made by the Shari’a enforcing agency over the last three months in the state. This is following the outlawed distribution and sale of beer in the state based on the reintroduction of the Shari’a legal code.

 

During the ceremony held in Kano city, the Deputy Commander General of Hisbah in charge of special service, Mallam Ali Aliyu Abubakar said the feat was achieved through the close vigilance on vehicles coming to the state by his men.

He said, with intense surveillance, the Hisbah corps are giving a tough time for deviant beer sellers who want to sneak with the outlawed product to the state through any available means. The deputy commander, explained that the distributors have now schemed a new way of smuggling beer to the state to beat the agency.

Speaking during the event, Commander General of the Hisbah guards, Malam Ibrahim Muazzam Maibushira disclosed that thousands of beer cartoons were confiscated by the Hisbah corps in compliance of ban on alcohol in the state maintaining that most have been presented for judgment while thousand bottles were destroyed in similar operations.

The drinks were crushed by a heavy-duty caterpillar. 
   

Last Updated ( Friday, 17 July 2009 )
 
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