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  • Covid-19 - NANs Gives Govt Conditions to Reopen Schools
    [Vanguard] The National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, has said with strict adherence to safety protocols on COVID-19, all schools in the country, including tertiary institutions, should be reopened by the Federal Government.
  • Noose Tightens Around Service Chiefs
    [Daily Trust] The noose is tightening around the service chiefs as President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday ordered the overhaul of the security apparatus to prevent further "catastrophe" in the country.
  • Security Operatives Arrest #RevolutionNow Protesters in Abuja
    [This Day] A combined security team consisting of the Army, Police, Civil Defense Corps, and men of the Department of State Services, DSS, a few minutes ago, invaded an ongoing protest by the members of the #RevolutionNow movement, demanding for the freedom of their leader, Omoyele Sowore, currently confined to the country's capital, Abuja, by government.
  • Petition Against Obaseki On Contract Award Baseless, Says Spokesman
    [This Day] A petition sent to the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC) against Edo State Governor Godwin Obaseki, alleging unfair award of contracts to companies, has been described as baseless.
  • "Proactiveness Key to Avoiding Penalties, Interest Charges By Regulators"
    [This Day] A concise and proactive financial statement with clear contractual obligations is vital to avoiding penalties and interest charges from respective regulators as regards financial institutions especially microfinance banks.
  • Obaseki Denies Allegations of Bloated Contracts Dealings
    [Vanguard] Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo has denied the allegation of bloated contracts, using his company, Afrinvest Ltd., to siphon state's funds.
  • Schools Resumption - States Comply With Covid-19 Rules
    [Daily Trust] Lagos, Abeokuta, Kano, Ilorin, Yenagoa, Minna, Mak -- As schools resume in some states of the federation to prepare for the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSSCE), Daily Trust undertook an assessment of the situation based on the level of response among students and the state of preparedness to meet COVID-19 health conditions.
  • Broadcasting Commission Raises Hate Speech Fine to U.S.$12,940
    [Daily Trust] Lagos -- The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed has said the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has increased the fine for hate speeches from N500, 000 to N5million to serve as a deterrent to repeat offenders.
  • Factcheck - Does FIRS Retain 40% of Stamp Duty Revenues?
    [Daily Trust] Claim: A twitter handle claimed in a recent tweet that revenue collecting agencies in Nigeria retain 40 per cent of the funds collected. The tweet was a reaction to the feud between the Nigerian Postal Services (NIPOST) and the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) on the custody and collection of stamp duty. It implied that the agency collecting the stamp duty (in this case, FIRS) retains 40 percent of the collections.

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