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WorldStage Newsonline--  Nigeria lost about 160 million barrels of crude oil valued at $13.7 billion to crude oil theft from 2009 to 2012, according to the Executive Secretary of Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI), M... Full Article

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1 Therapy Area Lead for Respiratory GSK Pharmaceutical Nigeria Limited Nigeria Tuesday, August 11, 2015
2 Human Resource Manager KPMG Nigeria Tuesday, July 28, 2015
3 Administrator KPMG Nigeria Tuesday, July 28, 2015
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    By Felix Ofou-- There is something wrong with the average Nigerian politician. He never learns from his mistakes. Every contest is treated as a game of chance (try your luck) and he expects to be declared winner in the end. It does not matter if there are more than a dozen political parties or if the contestants are more than half a dozen. Each party would boast of winning and expects to win, despite the odds. That is the lot of most politician...

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  • Remembering Alhaji Babatunde Jose Inoodi, ara'resa, omo'badu (1925-2008)

    By Babatunde Jose ll-- It’s been seven years since our father Alhaji Isma’il Babatunde Jose left this sinful world. His legacies shall continue to be with those of us he left behind. The greatest thing he would be remembered for was his life of compassion. From his lowly beginning and his meteoric rise to the doyen of modern Nigerian journalism and as a religious leader, his life was always strewn with compassion for all he came acr...

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  • Activities of fifth columnists in Nigerian military

    By Alex Sabundu Badeh-- It is with deep sense of gratitude to the Almighty God that I make this valedictory speech today, on the occasion of my pulling out from the Nigerian Armed Forces. When I commenced my career in the Nigerian Air Force as a cadet in the Nigerian Defence Academy about 38 years ago, little did I know that destiny will take me not only to the pinnacle of my Service as the 18th Chief of Air Staff, but also to the position of t...

    Published July 30, 2015 19:39:07pm
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  • Susiya: Injustice on display

    By Alon Ben-Meir-- The pending order to demolish the small Palestinian village of Susiya in the southern Judean Mountains in the occupied West Bank represents the most blatant violation of human rights. The order calls for the forcible removal of several hundred Palestinians who have been living on their land from the time of the Ottoman Empire and still have the ownership deeds to prove their claim. Prime Minister Netanyahu, who never misses a...

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