The complainant was the city administration of Kiev. The court fully satisfied the complainant's claim, Ms. Zakrevskaya says.
Saturday, November 30, 2013
A former military Head of State, Maj.-Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd), has said he has no appointed candidate for any political position in the country. Buhari, also a chieftain of the All Progressive Congress, said this on Saturday in Kano at a sensitisation workshop, organised by the Kano APC Forum for Peace and Equity. The former head of state said he had no candidate and urged anybody who wanted to aspire to any post to feel free to do so.
“Buhari has not anointed anybody as a candidate, so whoever people want is his candidate.
“Whoever emerges for the party as the people’s candidate at the local, state or presidential level is Buhari’s candidate. So Buhari’s candidate is the people’s candidate,” he said.
Telecommunication giant, Etisalat Nigeria, has reacted to Julius Agwu’s seven day ultimatum to the company that it should compensate him with the sum of N100 million or risk legal action over “alleged unlawful and unjustified blocking and/or swapping” of his Etisalat GSM phone number 08189555555.
Agwu demanded the compensation through his lawyer, Festus Keyamo, due to what he termed lost of business opportunities and the inconvenience experienced by him during the period.
President Goodluck Jonathan says the strike embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Universities since July 1, 2013 because of the non-implementation of 2009 agreement with the Federal Government is no longer a trade dispute but a subversive action.
Jonathan said this at the Peoples Democratic Party had caucus meeting at the Government House, Yenagoa. The meeting, presided over by the party chairman in their state, Col. Samuel Inokoba (retd), started late on Friday and ended on Saturday.
The House of Representatives has emerge to condemn the ill-treatment and discrimination against Nigerians residing in South Africa, stressing that over 409 convicts were currently serving jail terms there. Mrs. Abike Dabiri-Erewam, the Chairman of the House Committee on Diaspora, disclosed this in a statement issued after the committee's trip to two prisons in South Africa.
|ADHOC STAFF WAITING FOR VOTERS DURING ANAMBRA GOVERNORSHIP SUPPLEMENTARY ELECTION AT CHUKWURA PRIMARY SCHOOL II, ABATETE IN IDEMILI NORTH LOCAL COUNCIL AREA OF THE STATE ON SATURDAY|
The All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, Chief Willie Obiano, has been declared winner of the governorship election in Anambra State. The returning officer, Prof James Epoke said Obiano satisfied all the requirements of the law “and is hereby declared winner. ”
The phenomenon is gradually gaining grounds in the major city centres at the time the president is making frantic effort in fighting the canker through the various security agencies.
Leading the way were former Head of State Muhammadu Buhari, APC Chairman Chief Bisi Akande, former Lagos State Governor Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, defunct All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP) former chairman Chief Ogbonnaya Onu and many others.
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Following threats from the Federal Government, leaders of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) yesterday relocated from Abuja to their various campuses in readiness for expected crackdown.
It was gathered that President Goodluck Jonathan might no longer be directly involved in negotiation with the lecturers because he is angry with ASUU leaders for three reasons, namely their contempt for the office of the President, their decision to issue new conditions and their alleged backing by some external forces.
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"The law enforcement arrived at Independence Square after they received a report from the Kyiv State City Administration's public utilities department. 'Berkut' [special police task force] started acting after the demonstrators resisted police and pelt them with trash, glasses, bottles with water, and burning sticks. As a result, 35 people were detained. Administrative reports have been drawn up on them, and they have been released," it said.
Namibian Police Force Deputy Commissioner Willy Bampton told Reuters the burned out wreckage of the aircraft, which went missing on Friday, was found in the Bwabwata National Park, near the borders with Angolaand Botswana.
"The plane has been completely burnt to ashes and there are no survivors," Bampton said.
''What is influence and how do you measure it? It will always be hard to agree on a common understanding and meaning of influence. Understandably, this always generates wide debate. How do we determine these people’s influence? And why does it matter that we assemble this list, you may ask. One yardstick used was to emphasise that influence is not about popularity and popularity is not always influential.
Few years ago, Saheed Balogun reportedly said he'd soon stop his ex wife, Fathia Balogun, from using his name.
Saheed was quoted to have said
“She is my ex. As for my name that she remains answering, the deed will undoubtedly be done soon. The Nigerian law says that if 3 or 4 years, you can certainly do something about it. If somebody wants to keep my name, what of the new person to arrive? It has nothing related to grudges.”