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  • ICT Is Road To Economic Growth, Devt – Pantami

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    In this exclusive interview with TUNDE OGUNTOLA, the Director-General, National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) Dr. Isa Pantami, revealed that Information Communications Technology (ICT) can serve as a catalyst for economic growth and development.  He spoke extensively on the readiness of the agency to prosecute ICT levy defaulters, efforts to reposition the agency and other…

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  • FG Committed To Quick Dispensation Of Justice – Mohammed

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    The minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has reinstated the current administration’s efforts to quick dispensation of justice. Mohammed also disclosed that the acting Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen, had initiated some reforms with a view to ensuring better and quicker dispensation of justice. The made the disclosure during the 80th…

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  • Ondo Guber: Group Alleges Plan To Arrest Olusola Oke

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    In the build up of Ondo State governorship election, a group known as the Ondo Rebirth Network (ORN) has raised the alarm over plans by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to arrest and intimidate the candidate of the Alliance for Democracy (AD) Chief Olusola Oke. The group in a statement made available to…

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  • Information Parastatals Get New CEOs

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    The federal government has appointed new chief executives for six information-related parastatals under the Ministry of Information and Culture. LEADERSHIP recalls that the federal government had, on Monday, February 15, disengaged six heads of information-related parastatals which included the chief executives of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA), Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN), Voice of…

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  • Insecurity Major Threat To Human, National Devt – UN

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    The United Nations (UN) National Human Development Report 2016 has made a compelling case for adequate security in the country, saying that insecurity remains an ever-present threat to peace and development of the country. Speaking during the launch of the report in Abuja, yesterday, the UNDP Nigeria resident representative, Fatma Samoura noted that without doubt,…

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