We’ll spend N505.6bn on 116 water projects — FG

Okechukwu Nnodim, Abuja The Federal Government say it will spend a total of N505.6bn on 116 ongoing water projects across the country. It also stated its total outstanding liabilities to contractors handling some water projects was N88.8bn as at 2015. The Minister of Water Resources, Mr. Suleiman Adamu, gave the indication during the public presentation of the road map for the water sector tagged: Immediate and long-term strategies for water sector, 2016 – 2030, in Abuja. He also said that the current national access to water supply in Nigeria was…

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TRCN to monitor employment of 500,000 teachers

Friday Olokor, Abuja The newly appointed Registrar/Chief Executive of Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria, Prof. Josiah Ajiboye, has said the council would be “fully involved” in the proposed recruitment of 500, 000 teachers by the Federal Government. According to him, the decision is to ensure that the quality of persons to be recruited through the scheme as teachers is not compromised. He also stressed that part of his agenda would be to flush out quacks in the teaching profession. A statement by the spokesperson for the TRCN, Muyiwa Ojewuyi, said…

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PTA fears loss of 1,000 jobs in Unity Schools

Olufemi Atoyebi, Ibadan The Parents/Teachers Association of Federal Government Colleges in the South-West has expressed  fears that 1000 teaching and non-teaching staff may be relieved of their jobs in Unity Schools across the region. Speaking after an emergency meeting in Ibadan, where the FG directive was reviewed on Wednesday, the association said parents in the schools had over the years committed huge amount of financial support to sustain the engagement of teachers and improve on the performance of the pupils in the West African School Certificate Examination. Zonal coordinator of…

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Leveraging personas to deepen customer experience

Customers are the lifeblood of any business and their patronage is central to the existence of any enterprise, which is why serious organisations try to know as much as they can about their customer. It could be tempting however to believe that data collected on a customer are the actual attributes of all the customers, but the truth is that all customers have to be looked at uniquely. Turning a good experience into an excellent one requires a dedicated amount of time in getting to know the customers. If an…

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Family of Man Charged in Killing of Queens Imam Insists He Is Innocent

Relatives of Oscar Morel, charged with fatally shooting Alauddin Akonjee and his assistant, Thara Miah, showed support in Queens Criminal Court. Source: New York Times All rights reserved. This material and any other material on this platform may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, written or distributed in full or in part, without written permission from 104.5 Love FM AbujaShare on: whatsapp

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On Appeal, US Women Will Rerun Their 4×100-Meter Relay Race – NPR

NPR On Appeal, US Women Will Rerun Their 4×100-Meter Relay RaceNPRIn a twist to a marquee event, Allyson Felix and her teammates on the U.S. women's 4×100-meter relay team got a second shot to make the final, and they made the most of it, after successfully arguing that other runners made them drop their baton at the …Olympics|US Women Drop Baton, but Advance After a Second ChanceNew York TimesUS women to re-run 4×100-meter relay after obstructionCNNAthletics: US grasp second chance in 4×100 relayReutersWall Street Journal –ABC News –Yahoo Sports –Business Insiderall 117 news articles »…

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Raging Blue Cut fire in the Cajon Pass burns more than 31000 acres – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times Raging Blue Cut fire in the Cajon Pass burns more than 31000 acresLos Angeles TimesLYTLE CREEK, Calif. — The tiny stone home was little more than a blackened shell. The only hint of its former occupants: a metal bed frame, a shattered toilet seat, charred tin cans. Nestled along Lone Pine Canyon Road, a narrow, twisting thoroughfare …California Reopens Some Commercial Routes as Wildfire RagesWall Street JournalBlue Cut fire day 3: Some evacuees return home, I-15 reopens, but fire still 'raging'Press-EnterpriseI-15 Reopens, Some Evacuations Lifted as Blue…

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U.S. to Phase Out Use of Private Prisons for Federal Inmates

The Justice Department cited a decline in federal prisoners and a critical recent report about safety and security problems in for-profit facilities. Source: New York Times All rights reserved. This material and any other material on this platform may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, written or distributed in full or in part, without written permission from 104.5 Love FM AbujaShare on: whatsapp

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Olympics: From Cuban gun-shot victim to Rio boxing gold

Olympics: From Cuban gun-shot victim to Rio boxing gold Just over two years ago Cuban light-heavyweight Julio Cesar La Cruz was shot in a botched robbery and his boxing career thrown into jeopardy. On Thursday he added Rio Olympic gold to his three amateur world titles and paid tribute to the people of Cuba and his family for nursing him back to full health. La Cruz, 27, who grabbed a slice of history in becoming the first Cuban to win Games gold at 81kg, said: “I was able to recover…

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In Loving Memory of Amaka Chidubem A.K.A Reporter Amaka

Brekete Family morns an icon 18th August, 2016, In Loving Memory of Amaka Chidubem A.K.A Reporter Amaka, May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace. All rights reserved. This material and any other material on this platform may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, written or distributed in full or in part, without written permission from 104.5 Love FM AbujaShare on: whatsapp

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