• ABU’s Academic Standard 85% – Survey

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    Survey conducted by the  2014/2015 graduates of Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, has scored the institution 85 per cent on academic standard even as the students expressed displeasure with the Institution’s social services. This was contained in a report titled, “ABU Campus Life Experience Survey”, conducted by the professor Adamu Ahmed-led Directorate of University Advancement…

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  • TCN: Grid Capacity Now At 6,500 MW

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    Against recent comments from some stakeholders in the nation’s power sector accusing  the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) of being the weakest link in the value chain owing to poor infrastructure, the General Manager (GM), Public Affairs, Seun Olagunju, has said the capacity of the national grid has improved significantly in the last few years…

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  • Fashola Attributes Power Sector’s Success To Team Work

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    Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, SAN, has attributed progress so far recorded by the ministry under him to the collective and complementary efforts of all those who currently  man the three arms of government- the executive, legislative and judicial, assuring Nigerians of greater things to come. According to a press release issued…

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  • Electricity Distributors Wants Holistic Intervention To Save Power Sector

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    Association of Electricity Distribution Companies (ANED) while commending the recent Federal Government’s N701 billion intervention fund for the generating companies (GenCos), has advised that the intervention be extended to all three sectors in the value chain ifthe dream of incremental and stable power in the country is to be realised. Speaking during an interactive section…

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  • ANED Wants Holistic Intervention To Save Power Sector

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    Association of Electricity Distribution Companies (ANED), while commending the recent federal government’s N701 billion intervention fund for the generating companies (GenCos), has advised that the intervention be extended to all three sectors in the value chain if the dream of incremental and stable power in the country is to be realised. Speaking during an interactive…

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  • AEDC To Record 0% Electrical Accident For 2017

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    The Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) said it is targeting a zero per cent electrical accident occurrence this year as against few cases of electrocution it had last year. Speaking at the commencement of its health and safety sensitisation programme yesterday, the Managing Director, Engr. Ernest Mupwaya, said it became most imperative to sensitise customers…

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  • Group Lauds US’ Endorsement Of Nigeria’s Counter-terrorism Strategy

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    A group known as  the Concerned Professionals’ Congress (CPC), has lauded an endorsement recently by the United States of America of Nigeria’s anti-terrorism strategy, describing the move as capable of enhancing and consolidating the nation’s image as a leading figure in the global coalition against terrorism and violent extremism. The group, in a joint statement…

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  • “Senate’s Refusal To Confirm Magu Must Be Condemned”

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    Well-meaning Nigerians, especially the Northern Elites, have been called upon to stand up and condemn the refusal of the Nigerian Senate to confirm the hitherto Acting Chairman, Ibrahim Magu, as the substantive chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). Speaking to LEADERSHIP in Abuja, the Director, physical planning and Municipal Services, Ahmadu Bello…

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