It’s not our duty to expose Boko Haram sponsors- Nigerian Army

The Nigerian Army has said it is not its responsibility to expose sponsors of Boko Haram insurgents.    Speaking at a press briefing today Thursday, July 2, the Coordinator of Defence Media Operations, Major General John Enenche, said although the army is aware that some groups are being sponsored, it is not its responsibility to expose the sponsors of the terror group.   According to Enenche, it is the responsibility of the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) and the Department of State Services (DSS)

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White Maimi police officer relieved from duty for punching a black woman at Miami Airport (video)

A Miami police officer has been relieved from his duty after he was caught punching a Black woman at Miami International Airport.    Antonio Rodriguez, an officer for the Miami-Dade Police Department was filmed on another officer’s bodycam punching the woman at the airport on Wednesday evening, July 1.    The video, obtained by the Miami Herald, shows the black woman in a terminal facing two officers and taunting one of them. “You acting like you white when you really

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Access Bank decides to pay stamp duty charge for three months on behalf of its customers

Access Bank has announced that it will shoulder the stamp duty charge for three months so that customers will not have to bear the cost.   As mandated by the Federal Government, banks are required to collect stamp duty charge from account holders and remit the funds to the FG via the CBN. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on the economy, Access Bank held off on charging stamp duty on some customers’ accounts from February to

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Governor Zulum suspends entire staff of a hospital for abandoning duty

The entire staff of the general hospital in Ngala, Borno State have been suspended by Governor Babagana Zulum for abandoning their duty.    The governor was said to have paid an unscheduled visit to the hospital on Monday morning, but the entire staff under the government payroll were absent.   They were reported to have abandoned the hospital to humanitarian workers of an international non-governmental organisation (NGO) managing hundreds of patients at the facility, including internally-displaced persons (IDPs).    

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NIPOST tackles FIRS over exclusive right to Stamp Duty collection

The Nigerian Postal Service has again tackled the Federal Inland Revenue Service over the exclusive right to Stamp Duty collection.   The agencies have been feuding since 2019 over the exclusive right to Stamp Duty collection.    While the FIRS said the Finance Act 2019 conferred on it the exclusive right to collect stamp duty on behalf of the Federal Government, NIPOST countered this by saying the Act contains some “contradictions” which should be addressed by appropriate authorities.  Also insisting that the Office of

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Include cancer, malaria, diabetes drugs in import duty and VAT waiver

The federal government has been urged to include anti-cancer, malaria, diabetes and other essential pharmaceutical drugs on the streamlined import duty and Value Added Tax (VAT) waiver.   The senate made the call on Tuesday May 19, following a motion on the “Urgent need for the Federal Government to streamline Import Duty and Value Added Tax (VAT) Waiver to essential pharmaceuticals drugs” sponsored by Senator Ifeanyi Ubah (Anambra South).   Senator Ubah who pointed out that people with underlying ailments such as diabetes,

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