NEC sets up Cttee to reconcile ECA NNPC remittance
13 July 2019 | 6:00 am
NEC sets up Cttee to reconcile ECA, NNPC remittance.
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Attackers shot dead at least 36 people and destroyed buildings in a night raid on a village near the central Nigerian city of Jos, officials said on Wednesday (August 25), in an area hit by repeated ethnic clashes. The gunmen went house to house killing residents in Yelwa Zangam late on Tuesday (August 24), a military spokesman said. Troops struggled to get to the area as a bridge had been destroyed, he added.
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