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The Governor of Bauchi State, Bala Mohammed has hinted on probing his predecessor, Mohammed Abubakar.

Mohammed vowed to investigate his predecessor if he was found to have shortchanged people of the state in any way.
He stated this while recalling that he was the most investigated person after his tenure as Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, came to an end.

Mohammed, who was a minister under the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan spoke to reporters in Bauchi after a dinner to celebrate his victory at the Supreme Court.
The governor expressed joy that his battles with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, … >>> Read Full Story

Major Hamza Al-Mustapha, the ex-Chief Security Officer of former Head of State Gen. Sani Abacha, has stated that the $318,460,329 due to be repatriated from the United States was not stolen by his former boss.
In an interview with Voice of America (VOA) Hausa on Thursday, Hamza alleged that the money was stolen from the public and laundered abroad in Abacha’s name by his successors.
Major Hamzat Al-Mustapha
He further alleged that the late Military Head of State stepped on many toes, which is why so many ”disgruntled elements are angry and sponsoring such kinds of lies against him.”
Hamza said; “But before Abacha died, … >>> Read Full Story

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Prof. Suleiman Ambali of the Department of Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of Ilorin, has warned that continuous exposure of humans to pesticides can cause low sperm count in men.
Ambali disclosed this on Thursday night in his paper presentation at the 192nd Inaugural Lecture of the University (UNILORIN), entitled: “Preventing pesticides from poisoning away our health and future –  the oxidative approach”.

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The don, who teaches in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the university, warned that there was evidence which suggests human … >>> Read Full Story

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The Commissioner of Police in Cross River State has dragged a driver, Victor Michael, male, and aged 32 to court for knocking down a Federal Road Safety Marshall in Calabar, Cross River State.

The matter in a suit no MC/56C/2020 between the Commissioner of Police and the suspect (Victor Michael) came up in the Magistrate Court on Friday.
DAILY POST correspondent who was in the Court observed that the suspect was charged with two court charge bothering on knocking down of the FRSC Marshall and driving without driver’s licence.

According to the charges, “that, you Victor Michael ‘m’ on the 4th of February 2020, at … >>> Read Full Story

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Lagos State Commissioner for Energy and Mineral Resources said the state has not received any derivation fund from the Federal Government since it became an oil producing state in 2018.
Mr Olalere Odusote said this during question and answer segment at the 2020 Badagry Youth Oil and Gas Conference, organised by the ministry.
The theme of the conference is: “Youths Engagement in Oil and Gas Producing Area As a Panacea to Community Development”.
According to him, Yinka Folawiyo Petroleum Co. started oil exploration in Badagry communities two years ago (2018) before the present administration.
“Up till now, nobody in Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and … >>> Read Full Story

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Kindly Share This Story:Chinese researchers said on Friday that the coronavirus outbreak in China could have spread from bats to humans through the illegal trafficking of pangolins.
Pangolin is the world’s only scaly mammal, which is prized in Asia for food and medicine.

The World Wildlife Fund says pangolin is one of Asia’s most trafficked mammals, although protected by international law, because its meat is considered a delicacy in countries such as China, just as its scales are used in traditional medicine.
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South China Agricultural University, which led the research, said in a statement … >>> Read Full Story

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Former Nigeria winger, Garba Lawal, has warned Odion Ighalo about the size of challenge that lies ahead of him at Manchester United.

Ighalo will spend the rest of the season at United, after agreeing a six-month loan deal with the Red Devils.
The 30-year-old previously played for Watford in the Premier League.

During his spell at Vicarage Road, he scored 33 goals in 82 appearances.
However, Lawal says United is on another level entirely, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men competing in the Europa League knockout stages and aiming to finish in the top four.
“I want to say congratulation to him and there will be … >>> Read Full Story