BREAKING: Buhari Kicks Out Oyo-Ita as Head of Service

STABILIZATION OF THE FEDERAL CIVIL SERVICE President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the appointment of Dr. Mrs. Folashade Yemi-Esan as the Acting Head of the Civil Service of the Federation with immediate effect. Dr. Mrs. Yemi-Esan, who is the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum Resources takes over from Mrs. Winifred Ekanem Oyo-Ita, who has been directed to proceed on an indefinite leave to allow conclusion of the investigation being carried out by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission. The President has also approved the extension of the tenure of seven (7)…

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More Trouble for Pastor Fatoyinbo as Police Investigate Fresh Petition of Alleged Forced Abortion, Manslaughter

…Role of Prophet SK Abiara Nigerians are about to witness a new scandalous revelation with Rev. Biodun Fatoyinbo, Funke Adejumo and Prophet SK Abiara at the center of an alleged abortion and Manslaughter allegation. Weeks, after Rev. Biodun Fatoyinbo was invited for questioning by the Police Headquarters in Abuja over his alleged involvement in the rape of professional photographer, Busola Dakolo, Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo, is being investigated for another crime bordering on alleged possible manslaughter. According to reports, a petition which includes an audio recording…

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Femi Otedola offers to pay Majek Fashek’s hospital bills in London

Billionaire business mogul, Femi Otedola, has come to the aid of ailing veteran singer, Majek Fashek. Our medium gathered from The Capital, an online news tabloid, Majek’s manager, Uzoma Day Omenka, confirmed the intervention of Otedola to pick the medical bills of the ‘Rainmaker’, who is currently receiving treatment in a London hospital. Recalling, Otedola had earlier spent a whopping N36,635,000 for the medical bills of former captain and coach of the Super Eagles, Christian Chukwu. Chukwu had a major surgery and treatment at the Wellington Hospital, London, courtesy Otedola…

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Nigerians to start paying fees for bank deposits from today!

Starting from September 18, 2019, Nigerians operating bank accounts will begin to pay charges for deposits and withdrawals. Making the announcement on Tuesday, the Central Bank of Nigeria said that the nationwide implementation of the cashless policy will begin by March 2020. The apex bank said that implementation of the policy would signal the imposition of charges on deposits in addition to already existing charges on withdrawals. According to the circular, the charges will attract three per cent processing fees for withdrawals and two per cent processing fees for lodgments…

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