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Painesville City Council OKs moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries

With no public comment on the temporary ban, the resolution will place a 12-month moratorium on retail dispensaries in Painesville. Councilwoman Christine Shoop asked if this resolution could be amended after Sept. 8, when the retail dispensary guidelines are released, like council previously did....

Online forex: Financial empowerment in recession

Kunle Adeyeri. Knowledge is power. The online Encyclopaedia, Wikipedia, defines education in its generality as a form of learning in which the knowledge, skills, and habits of a group of people are transferred from one generation to the next through teaching, training, or research. Education frequently takes place under the guidance of others.

Improving your banking habits

Saving money is one of those habits that we know is good for us, but might not have developed particularly well. For an individual who does not currently save, perhaps it is because they have faced some financial hardships in the past, that they are too busy “enjoying life” or that they simply never....

MTEF 2018-2020: Time for a new beginning

Eze Onyekpere. The 2018 budget cycle seems to have revved up its engine in preparation for full acceleration. In the outgone week, the draft Medium Term Expenditure Framework 2018-2020 was reported to have been presented to the National Economic Council.

Why Nigeria should crack down on fake goods

Punch Editorial Board. Poor border policing, occasioned by corruption, weak regulation and lack of capacity by border patrol officials, has turned Nigeria into a massive dumping ground for fake and substandard goods. Counterfeited goods, ranging from textiles, household equipment, furniture,....

N243bn refund: Labour directs chapters to monitor state govts

Fidelis Soriwei and Ifeanyi Onuba. The Nigeria Labour Congress is putting in place strategies to monitor the disbursement of N243.9bn, which is the second tranche of the Paris Club loan refund to state governments. The General Secretary of the NLC, Dr.

One electrocuted as flood sacks Rivers residents

Chukwudi Akasike and Friday Amobi, Port Harcourt. A 25-year-old trader was on Saturday night electrocuted during a torrential rain that lasted for about 10 hours in most parts of Rivers State. This is as flood from the downpour in Rivers State on Saturday and Sunday almost submerged some houses....

Kidnapped Lagos students will return soon, says Osinbajo

Olalekan Adetayo with agency report. The Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, on Sunday assured Nigerians that the six students kidnapped from the Lagos State Model College, Igbonla-Epe, on May 25 would soon regain their freedom. According to some messages posted on Twitter by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Mr.

Some retired level 12 civil servants earn N2,000 pension monthly – Adodo

In this interview with NIKE POPOOLA, the Chairman, Federal Concerned Pensioners, Mr. David Adodo, speaks on the deplorable conditions of federal retirees and the need to urgently pay their entitlements. What is the general condition of Nigerian pensioners? It is pathetic; the same old story; it has not improved.

Two feared killed, others injured in Delta communal clash

Ovie Okpare, Warri. No fewer than two persons were reportedly killed while several persons sustained life-threatening injuries as Uwheru and Unenurhe communities in the Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State clashed on Friday and Saturday. Our correspondent gathered that about 15....

Five B’Haram fighters arrested in Kano

Adelani Adepegba and Ted Odogwu. The police in Kano on Sunday arrested five suspected Boko Haram members, including two females with firearms and sets of Nigerian Air Force uniforms at Gayawa area of Ungogo Local Government Area of the state. They are Abba Mohammed,20, from Niger Republic; Usman....

Utomi attacks Uduaghan, says ex-gov left sad legacy

Ovie Okpare, Warri. The feud between immediate past governor of Delta State, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan, and renowned political economist, Prof. Pat Utomi, on Sunday worsened as the Lagos based economist, came hard on the former governor, saying Uduaghan left a sad legacy as governor of the state.

Cash crunch hits banks as CBN mops up naira

Specifically, through its twice-a-month primary market auction of Treasury Bills and now almost daily Open Market Operations (secondary market auction), the CBN has mopped up trillions of naira in the past six months, according to top bankers who spoke on condition of anonymity.

NIEEE, Cutix fight substandard cables’ distribution

Maureen Ihua-Maduenyi. The Nigerian Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers says it is working with Cutix Plc to combat the menace of substandard electrical cables in the Nigerian market. The Chief Executive Officer, Cutix Plc, Mr. Ifeanyi Uzodike, said during a courtesy visit by the....

Ghana, Gambia, others to use Nigeria’s AIB laboratory

Okechukwu Nnodim, Abuja. The International Civil Aviation Organisation has said that the revitalised air safety laboratory of Nigeria’s Accident Investigation Bureau will be of benefit to seven countries in the West African sub-region. It said Ghana, The Gambia, Guinea, Liberia, Cape Verde and....

43 B’Haram fighters flown to Gombe for de-radicalisation

Olaleye Aluko, Abuja. No fewer than 43 surrendered Boko Haram terrorists have been airlifted to Gombe State by the Nigerian Army and the Nigerian Air Force to begin a de-radicalisation and rehabilitation programme, codenamed Operation Safe Corridor. This is just as troops shot dead four other....

Lagos builds modern abattoir in Ajegunle

Sesan Olufowobi. The Lagos State Government has constructed an ultra-modern slaughter slab at Ajegunle in the Ajeromi Ifelodun Local Government Area. The Commissioner for Agriculture, Mr. Oluwatoyin Suarau, said the move was part of government’s commitment to upgrade all abattoirs in the state to global standard.

India's Bulls Aren't Tiring Yet

An equity culture is growing in India, propelling benchmark indexes to a record bull run. Now beware a turning of the tide. For years, the market was a playground for foreign institutions. Since 2014, domestic investors bought $28 billion net of stocks, matching overseas buyers' $30 billion inflow.

Elderly Drivers Are Wreaking Havoc on Japan's Roads

In the past several weeks alone, elderly Japanese drivers have been wreaking havoc across the country: breaking through median barriers into oncoming traffic, plowing over pedestrians crossing the road, and smashing into other cars. In all these cases, somebody was killed.

Wide-Spanning Market Implications When Fed Changes Its Tone

Recently, when Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen went up to Capitol Hill for her semi-annual monetary policy testimony, the market was caught unawares. Traders have begun to discount an environment, where the fed funds rate would continue to rise steadily and by small increments, and the incoming....

Dickinson 'Whorehouse' production has something extra - a band

Zindler's outraged TV reports forced government officials to close the sexually oriented business, which had operated illegally for decades. The tale of its demise was adapted into a Tony Award-winning musical hootenanny, "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas." Larry L.

5 reasons why health care bill would fail; 3 why it may not

AWFUL CBO NUMBERS. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office says under McConnell's plan, 22 million more people would be uninsured by 2026, mostly Medicaid recipients and people buying private policies. For single people, the typical deductible out-of-pocket expenses before insurance defrays....

Ridley Scott returns to Jordan for his upcoming film

AMMAN — Scenes for the upcoming thriller film “All the Money in the World”, directed by Ridley Scott, were shot last week in Wadi Rum, a Royal Film Commission statement said. This is the third time the renowned British director has choosen Jordan as a location to shoot his films, filming scenes from....

Economic growth in 2017

A ccording to a recent report by the World Bank, Jordan’s economic growth rate in 2017 is estimated to be 2.3 per cent. In the first instance, I did not like this figure, especially when the budget address to Parliament adopted the IMF figure revealed last year, which was 3.3 per cent.

Yeth, I do…

A n interesting debate is taking place in Jordan’s social media on child marriage, spurred by instructions that permit the marriage of children between 15 and 18 years of age, published in the Official Gazette No. 2457, on July 16, 2017, pp. 4500-4502.

More serious challenges are internal

O ver recent months, many wondered how Jordan managed to avoid any serious terrorist attack, especially after the battles of Mosul, in Iraq, and Raqqa, in Syria. While there are many reasons why Jordan has not suffered from a serious attack, there are also many signs that the country, like any....

Focus Forward for Indigenous Youth

KINGSTON - After participating in Kingston's inaugural Breakout Project in May, members of the non-profit organization Focus Forward for Indigenous Youth continue to make strides in the community. Held from May 10-12, the Breakout Project was a conference held at Fort Henry hosting seven groups of inventive thinkers from across Canada.

Press release: Students urged to apply for pioneering Cyber Schools Programme

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)’s Cyber Schools Programme will see thousands of the best and brightest young minds given the opportunity to learn cutting-edge cyber security skills alongside their secondary school studies through a nationwide network of extracurricular clubs, activities and a new online game.

RAILA ODINGA insists that he will station his goons around polling station despite MATIANGI’s archaic order.

Sunday July 23, 2017 - National Super Alliance (NASA) presidential candidate , Raila Odinga, has insisted that he will still use his strategy of adopting a polling station to protect Jubilee Government from stealing his victory during the August 8 th General Election .

NGO Jobs in Kenya - MSF Switzerland

Apply medical knowledge and skills to diagnose and prevention. Carry out outpatient and inpatient consultations, prescribing the necessary treatment respecting MSF protocols. Keep the patient and/or his/her family informed about the illness and provide appropriate explanations about the treatment to follow, checking they have understood.

The fake AL SHABAAB curfew in Lamu is a plot by UHURU/ RUTO to steal my victory in August - RAILA

Sunday July 23, 2017 - National Super Alliance (NASA) presidential candidate, Raila Odinga, has claimed that the dawn to dusk curfew in Lamu is a plot hatched by the Jubilee Government to steal votes in August. Last week, acting Interior Coordination Cabinet Secretary, Fred Matiangi, imposed a....
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