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John Andah

John Andah is a fine-grained journalist. He has been a member of the fourth estate for a decade. He loves the smell of a good lead, and has a penchant for finding out something nobody else knows. John is Senior Assistant Editor at Concise News.

Disclose Cost Of Imported Petrol, Reps Direct NNPC

Disclose Cost Of Imported Petrol, Reps Direct NNPC

The House of Representatives' Ad hoc Committee on Review of Pump Price of Petrol has directed the NNPC and its subsidiaries to make public the true cost of imported petrol.

APC, PDP Stalwarts Admire IBB’s Leadership Qualities

APC, PDP Stalwarts Admire IBB’s Leadership Qualities

Some chieftains of the APC and their counterparts in the PDP have lauded former Military President, General Ibrahim Babangida (rtd), for his leadership quality.

Benue Monarch Seeks Cattle Ranch To End Herdsmen-Farmers Clashes

Benue Monarch Seeks Cattle Ranch To End Herdsmen-Farmers Clashes

Chairman, Benue Council of Chiefs, Prof. James Ayatse, says cattle ranching is the only solution to the incessant clashes between herdsmen and farmers.

Disappointed Fayose Suspends Perm Sec. Over Alleged Incompetence

Disappointed Fayose Suspends Perm Sec. Over Alleged Incompetence

The Governor suspended the Permanent Secretary at the State Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Oludare Abegunde, for alleged incompetence and mismanagement of government farmlands.

Boko Haram Threatens To Bomb Abuja

Boko Haram Threatens To Bomb Abuja

Boko Haram, in a new video it purportedly released, has threatened to launch fresh attacks in parts of the country, and that a bomb attack on Abuja was imminent.

ABS Beef Up Squad With Four Signings

ABS Beef Up Squad With Four Signings

ABS FC say they have completed the signing of four players ahead of the reverse round of the 2016/2017 Nigerian Professional Football League season.

Comey Firing Won’t Stop Russia Probe – Acting FBI Director

Comey Firing Won’t Stop Russia Probe – Acting FBI Director

The acting chief of the FBI told the US Congress Thursday that President Donald Trump's shock firing of James Comey will not derail the investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

National Assembly Passes N7.44tn 2017 Budget

National Assembly Passes N7.44tn 2017 Budget

The Senate and the House of Representatives have, on Thursday, passed the 7.44 trillion naira 2017 Appropriation Bill, after a rowdy session and much deliberations in both chambers.

Police Area Commander Killed In Delta

Police Area Commander Killed In Delta

The police in Delta state have confirmed the killing of the Ughelli Area Commander (ACP) Usman Ndanbaba as well as another officer in Abraka area of the state.

Court Overturns Conviction Of Ex-NIMASA DG, Omatseye

Court Overturns Conviction Of Ex-NIMASA DG, Omatseye

The conviction of a former Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Temisan Omatseye, has been overturned by a Court of Appeal sitting in Lagos.

President Mugabe Not Asleep But Resting His Eyes – Spokesman

President Mugabe Not Asleep But Resting His Eyes – Spokesman

World's oldest leader Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe is not asleep when he closes his eyes for long periods in public events but is resting his eyes from bright lights, his spokesman said Thursday.

22 Guests Die As Wall Collapses At Wedding Party

22 Guests Die As Wall Collapses At Wedding Party

No fewer than 22 people were killed when a wall collapsed during a wedding party in northern India. The guests were said to have taken shelter from heavy rain under a tin shack when a wall collapsed.

Rangers Strike Late To Hold Scorpions In NPFL Thriller

Rangers Strike Late To Hold Scorpions In NPFL Thriller

Champions Rangers threw away a two-goal lead and then fought back to record a thrilling 3-3 draw at Gombe United in the Nigeria Professional Football League.

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