Monthly Archives: January 2012

Sylva dismisses threat of expulsion from PDP

Former Governor of Bayelsa State, Chief Timipre Sylva, on Tuesday said he was prepared to face the leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party. Sylva, who spoke against the backdrop of reports that the national leadership of the party had penciled him down for expulsion at the party’s National Executive Committee meeting scheduled for Thursday, said...  [Read More...]

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Fiscal federalism to top constitution amendment

By the time the process of amending the nation’s constitution takes off, the Senate will be laying emphasis on fiscal federalism. The Chairman of the Senate Committee on New Partnership for Africa’s Development, Senator Ayogu Eze, said this in an interview with our correspondent on Monday at the sideline of the 18th Ordinary Session of...  [Read More...]

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Subsidy probe: Fraudulent marketers to make refunds, face trial

Many fraudulent marketers who collected fuel subsidues in 2011 may be compelled to make “a huge refund” to the Federal Government, according to preliminary findings by the House of Representatives Ad-Hoc Committee on Subsidy Regime. This is in addition to recommending that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission should prosecute such marketers for “fraudulent practices...  [Read More...]

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Lindsay Lohan Moves Out of Her Venice Home — Now In Storage

Lindsay Lohan Goes Into Storage Lindsay Lohan was so spooked by her recent run-in with a trespasser at her home ... she has decided to move out of her Venice Beach pad for good, TMZ has learned. A moving van showed up at Lindsay's house today -- and we're told all her stuff is being taken to a storage facility, until she figures out her next move.

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International Breweries’ share price rises on profit projection

BY NKIRUKA NNOROM The share price of International Breweries Plc rose maximally by five per cent last week after the company notified the investing public through the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) that it expects its profit for the first quarter ending March 31, 2012 to grow to N423.4 million. This is over 300 per cent increment over N7.43 million achieved in the equivalent period of 2010. Investors swooped on the shares causing N0.28 increase on the stock’s price

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