Most Of Stolen Crude Oil Found In Churches, Mosques – Mele Kyari

Most Of Stolen Crude Oil Found In Churches, Mosques – Mele Kyari

Most Of Stolen Crude Oil Found In Churches, Mosques – Mele Kyari The Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC) Limited, has accused government officials, religious leaders, security agencies and even some staff of the nation’s crude oil theft. Speaking during the 49th session of the weekly ministerial briefly at the State House in Abuja, NNPC Group Chief Executive Officer, Mele Kyari maintained that the menace involves every member of the society. He stated that wherever the stolen product is found mostly

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Man. U. star Marcus Rashford reveals how the club allowed him to join their academy underage after his mum explained her poverty situation

Manchester United star, Marcus Rashford has revealed how the club allowed him to join the academy at a younger age than his peers after his mum explained her poverty stricken situation to club administrators.                    In a touching letter posted by Rashford on his Twitter, and directed at UK MP’s, Rashford urged UK politicians not to stop a food voucher scheme next month – which was set up to guarantee meals to children

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80 million Africans could be pushed into extreme poverty if action is not taken

Former Nigeria President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, has warned that the African continent could suffer the most from the economic fall out of Coronavirus if measures aren’t taken towards boosting agriculture in the region. As at Thursday morning, the African continent has suffered 72,391 cases of Coronavirus, of which there have been 2,493 deaths and 25,269 recoveries with Nigeria having 4,971 cases of the novel Coronavirus. Obasanjo, alongside ex-Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Desalegn Boshe, has now detailed steps Africa must take if the continent is

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“Nobody investigates your poverty” Musician, Tony Oneweek reacts as IGP orders probe of E-Money and withdraws his police escort

Nigerian musician, Tony Oneweek has reacted after the Inspector General of Police ordered the probe of E-Money and withdrew his police escorts.   Emeka Okonkwo, popularly known as E-Money, is a businessman, the CEO of 5 Star Music and also the brother of singer Kcee.   Reacting to his probe, Tony Oneweek shared an old photo of E-Money and Kcee at a time when they were still struggling and he wrote:    NOBODY INVESTIGATES YOUR POVERTY. Nigeria sef. When E-Money and his elder brother

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