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Okada rider kills policeman for seizing bike

published by: @vibesbyrutchie, on: 23 October, 2014, in News,Nigerian News

Okada rider kills policeman in Lagos

Reports punchng A police corporal, Joseph Ebosele, has been confirmed dead at a Lagos hospital after he was hit with an iron rod by a motorcyclist, Bakare Lukman, in the Meiran area of Lagos State. It was learnt that after

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Total gets new CEO, chairman

published by: @vibesbyrutchie, on: 23 October, 2014, in Finance,News

Total has a new CEO and Chairman

Reports punchng Following the recommendations of the Governance and Ethics Committee of Total, which met on Wednesday, the Board of Directors has finally named Thierry Desmarest as Chairman of the Board of Directors. Desmarest is currently a member of the

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UEFA champions league goals record broken

published by: @vibesbyrutchie, on: 22 October, 2014, in News,Sports

UEFA champions league goals record shattered

Reports Goal A sensational 40 goals were scored in the Champions League on Tuesday evening, shattering the competition record under its present format. Bayern Munich’s 7-1 victory away to Roma in Group E led the way, while Luiz Adriano’s five

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Neymar & Messi see Barcelona past Ajax

published by: @vibesbyrutchie, on: 22 October, 2014, in News,Sports

Neymar & Messi see Barcelona past Ajax

Reports Goal Neymar and Lionel Messi helped Barcelona get their Champions League campaign back on track with a 3-1 win over Ajax at Camp Nou. The star forward duo have now both scored in each of Barca’s past five matches

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Brilliant Bayern Munich humiliate Roma 7 – 1

published by: @vibesbyrutchie, on: 22 October, 2014, in News,Sports

Bayern beat Roma in Rome 7 - 1

  Reports Goal Bayern Munich produced a scintillating display to batter Roma 7-1 and take firm control of Champions League Group E on Tuesday. The Germans were expected to face a difficult task in Rome, but Pep Guardiola’s men made

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Fashola urges banks to stop casualisation, deposit targets

published by: @vibesbyrutchie, on: 21 October, 2014, in News,Nigerian News

Fashola urges banks to stop casualisation, deposit targets

Reports punchng The Governor of Lagos State, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, has asked banks in the country to rethink some of their practices, including the growing trend of casualisation of labour. The governor also stressed the need for banks to curb

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Snapchat, valued at $10 billion, has started showing ads

published by: @vibesbyrutchie, on: 21 October, 2014, in Internet companies,News,Technology

Snapchat, valued at $10 billion, has started showing ads

Reports CNN Ads have finally come to Snapchat. The disappearing-message service began inserting ads into users’ “Recent Updates” feeds for the first time this past weekend. The ads will only play if you click on them from your feed —

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Stomach infrastructure, an insult to Ekiti people —Fayemi

published by: @vibesbyrutchie, on: 21 October, 2014, in Education,News,Nigerian News

Stomach infrastructure, an insult to Ekiti people —Fayemi

Reports punchng The immediate past Governor of Ekiti State, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, has defended his performance in office, saying he made life better for the people of the state. The ex-governor said he could not indulge in the distribution of

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Power generation drops by 1,000MW to 2,513MW

published by: @vibesbyrutchie, on: 21 October, 2014, in News,Nigerian News

Nigeria's Power generation drops by 1,000MW to 2,513MW

  Reports Punchng The current epileptic supply of electricity being experienced across many parts of the country is as a result of the massive drop in generated power by 1,000 megawatts in the last one week, the Federal Government has

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SA better than rest of Africa – Jacob Zuma

published by: @vibesbyrutchie, on: 20 October, 2014, in Education,News

SA better than rest of Africa - Jacob Zuma

Reports iafrica President Jacob Zuma said that South Africa’s achievements after apartheid were better than what the rest of Africa achieved after they gained independence. “What is it that causes protest and demonstrations in South Africa when the rest of

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