Monday, June 12, 2017
Oludare-Fase's BLOG: BREAKING: At last, After Buhari’s Approval, Osinba...: (AFRICAN EXAMINER) - Nigeria’s acting President, Yemi Osinbajo has finally signed the 2017 Appropriation Bill into law. The ceremony...
(AFRICAN EXAMINER) - Nigeria’s acting President, Yemi Osinbajo has finally signed the 2017 Appropriation Bill into law.
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Sunday, June 11, 2017
Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu state has deposed Igwe Charles Ugwu, as the traditional ruler of Awhum community, in Udi council Area of the state over alleged corruption.
Check by African Examiner revealed that the embattled monarch who has been having prolonged running battle with his people, was sacked from office as a result of his involvement in alleged illegal land deal and misrepresentation of the state government. Read rest of this story @ The African Examiner
England’s 51-year wait for a global title ended on Sunday with a pulsating victory in the Under-20 World Cup final defeating Venezuela with a lone goal.
A strike by Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin in the first half was enough to beat a spirited Venezuela side at the Suwon World Cup Stadium in South Korea.
Goalkeeper Freddie Woodman was another hero for England, as his saved penalty ensured England lifted a World Cup for the first time since Bobby Moore held aloft the 1966 FIFA World trophy.
The Newcastle United player credited his match-winning save on preparations the England team had made for the eventuality of a penalty shoot-out.
adidas Golden Ball: Dominic Solanke (England)
adidas Silver Ball: Federico Valverde
adidas Bronze Ball: Yangel Herrera
adidas Golden Boot: Riccardo Orsolini
adidas Silver Boot: Joshua Sargent
adidas Bronze Boot: Jean-Kevin Augustin
adidas Golden Glove: Freddie Woodman
Fair Play Award: Mexico
More @ The African Examiner Online
Saturday, June 10, 2017
(AFRICAN EXAMINER) - The Bayelsa State Government says, it has paid the balance of the fees for its scholarship students at the prestigious Lincoln University in the United States of America.
Disclosing in a statement, the State commissioner for Information and Orientation, Hon. Jonathan Obuebite disclosed that, Governor Henry Seriake Dickson gave the approval for the sum of N250 million, which has been remitted to the Ministry of Education for transfer to the University.
According to him, even though, the students have all graduated, as a responsible Government that is ever alive to its responsibilities, the Governor gave the approval and equally ensured its remittance to the institution.
The rest of this story can be found at: The African Examiner Online
Friday, January 17, 2014
Lagos lawyer, Festus Keyamo says he has been vindicated by the sack of the Service Chiefs by President Goodluck Jonathan in compliance to a court’s judgment.
Keyamo had last week issued the president 14-day ultimatum to sack the service chiefs in compliance of a court’s judgment, threatening to head back to court to enforce compliance.
The Federal High Court in the case of Festus Keyamo Vs. President and 4 others, had declared the previous appointments of the service chiefs null and void.
Less than one week after Keyamo’s threat, Jonathan on Thursday sacked the service chiefs and re-appointed new ones which followed the due process.
In the president’s ring of change, Air Marshal Alex Badeh was sacked and replaced by Admiral Ola Sa’ad Ibrahim as Chief of Defence Staff, while Major-General Kenneth Tobiah Jacob Minimah replaced the sacked Lt.-General Azubike O. Ihejirika as Chief of Army Staff. Read the rest of the story @ The African Examiner