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Indigenous oil and gas company, Aiteo, on Sunday, lamented the incessant rate of attacks on its assets base by faceless individuals in host community. In a statement released to the media, Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, Ndiana Matthew, alerted stakeholders of the menace and described it as attempts to decimate the company’s production output. Read the …

Abuja division of the Court of Appeal has stopped the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) from executing the judgment of a Federal High Court which disqualified candidates of the All Progressives Congress (APC) from participating in the Bayelsa state governorship election slated tomorrow. With the stay of an execution order from the intermediate appellate court in its …

The United States Consul General, Claire Pierangelo, has said the US government could impose a visa ban, among other punitive measures, on perpetrators of violence in the coming Bayelsa State governorship election. Pierangelo said despite the difficult terrain, the US would mobilise observers to the state to ensure a free, fair and transparent process. She …

Nigeria’s former Minister of Information, Alexander Opeyemi Akinyele, is dead. The death of the Ondo born public relations specialist was announced by his son, Constantine Akinfolarin Akinyele, on his facebook page. He explained that his father died after a brief illness on Thursday night but did not state where he died. “With thanksgiving for his life, …

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