Showing posts with label Worsens. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Worsens. Show all posts

Saturday, June 1, 2013

NGF: Jonathan-Amaechi hidden Stand-Off Worsens

Rotimi Amaechi and Goodluck Jonathan
Culled From Vanguard Nigeria
There was an election held on Friday May 24, 2013, at the Rivers State Government House, Abuja by the Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF) to elect a chairman. Against all odds, Governor Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi of RiversState, who was having a running battle with the presidency, got re-elected for a second tenure as he defeated Governor Jonah Jang of PlateauState, said to be the candidate of President Goodluck Jonathan by 19 to 16 votes.
According to media reports, the results were announced by A.B. Okauru, the Director-General of NGF, immediately after counting of ballots. 
All the 36 state governors apart from Yobe’s Ibrahim Gaidam participated in the vote conducted through secret ballot.

Saturday, February 9, 2013

President Jonathan In London Clinic Over Intestinal Problems; Babangida’s Leg Disease Worsens

An intestinal problem has forced President Jonathan to cancel a planned surprise visit to the Super Eagles in South Africa, medical sources in London said today.
The Nigeria president, who is on a whirlwind three-nation trip to Egypt, the United Kingdom and France, had planned to surprise the Super Eagles in South Africa following their qualification for the final of the African Cup of Nations last Wednesday.

Friday, February 8, 2013

Movida nightclub boss Akeem Sodeinde's health worsens

The popular Lagos club owner and businessman has been battling acute diabetes for a while now. He went to India sometime last year for treatment and was getting better but according to people close to him, he was hit by another crisis that has kept him out of the public for months now. Akeem no longer runs his popular club, Movida. His younger brother manages it for now.

He's retired to his Oniru Estate home and hardly ever comes out these days. People who have seen him recently said he's lost a lot of wight and he receives treatment weekly from a hospital in Victoria Island. Akeem talked about his illness sometime last year:

Monday, December 24, 2012

Petrol Shortage Worsens

Fuel shortage bit harder across the country on Sunday, few hours to Christmas. The situation, which became evident in Lagos on Friday, worsened on Sunday, with many filling stations not having the product to sell. Those with the product, had long queues of motorists awaiting attention. Also, some filling stations had also resorted to profiteering, as they sold above the regulated price of N97 per litre.


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