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  • The post UME screening for admissions into University of Nigeria, holds on September 3-5. For details visit http://www.unn.edu.ng #
  • The post UME screening exercise for Igbinedion university holds on September 5, 2009 #
  • A Federal High Court presided over by Justice Gabriel Kolawole retrains the APGA from holding its national convention today in Abuja #
  • Chief Judge of the Federal High court inaugurates new division of the Federal High court in Ikeja, Lagos state, yesterday #
  • Nigeria’s Aviation Minister says the Bilateral Service Agreement will be reviewed to protect local airlines #
  • Nigeria’s Aviation Minister, Babatunde Omotoba says $10m has been allocated for the training on Nigerian pilots in NCAT, Zaria #
  • Chairman of the House of Representative Committee on Media visits Radio Nigeria and calls for increased air coverage of the Legislature #
  • Nigeria’s Power Minister says a broad based capacity building network is ging to be developed for the power sector #
  • River Kaduna in Northern Nigeria overflows due rainfall forcing hundreds of Kaduna residents to abadon homes #
  • Nigerian Labour Congress calls on Striking University teachers to change their strategy in dialoguing with Nigeria’s Government #
  • House of Representatives Finance and Banking Committee summons Central B #
  • House of Representatives Finance and Banking Committee summons Central Bank of Nigeria Governor to explain development in the Banking secto #
  • Central Bank of Nigeria says there are no plans to sell any Nigerian Bank..but no law precludes foreigners from investing in Nigerian banks #
  • Nigeria’s Federal Executive Council approves N4b for the rehabilitation of Enugu airport, N17b for reconstruction of Benin-Shagamu highway #
  • Nigerian Fed. legislators queries Central Bank over N420b bail out funds injected into five troubled banks describes it as unconstitutional #
  • Central Bank Governor Lamido Sanusi says he acted within the ambits of the Central Bank Act…the bail out funds not from Federal funds #