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Politics / Re: Band A: Textile Factories In North Collapsing Over Lack Of Power — Labour by Proudlycanadian: 5:24pm On Jun 27
Alot of Nigerian businesses are suffering yet they manage to open everyday. They have no CHOICE. 🐹👇🏼

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Politics / Re: Sultan: Always Verify Your Facts Before Reacting – Sokoto Govt To Shettima by Proudlycanadian: 7:41pm On Jun 25
Politics keep getting dirtier in this country. This worries me 🐹👇🏾
Agriculture / Re: How Palm Oil Is Produced In South Eastern Nigeria (video/pictures) by Proudlycanadian: 10:28am On Jun 25
Nigerians are trying, We just do not have enough mechanized farming feeding the nation. Small subsistent agriculture is what is feeding the nation. It out not to ne so.

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Politics / Re: Suspected Cable Vandal Electrocuted Inside FAAN Powerhouse At Lagos Airport by Proudlycanadian: 10:03am On Jun 25
For inside airport again I. Make them no go carry plane tire

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Politics / Re: Sokoto Government Denies Plot To Dethrone Sultan by Proudlycanadian: 9:55am On Jun 25
Politics has so much messed with the authority of the monarchs.

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Politics / Re: Sokoto Government Denies Plot To Dethrone Sultan by Proudlycanadian: 9:53am On Jun 25
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Family / Re: Odoma Veronica: Family Of Benue Lady Languishing In Lagos Prison Calls For Help by Proudlycanadian: 9:50am On Jun 25
You don’t choose what environment to be born into. A lot wouldn’t have been here

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Health / Re: 2024: Senate Passes Anti-doping Bill by Proudlycanadian: 3:26pm On Jun 06
Who raised these ppo?
Politics / Re: CBN Denies Planning To Revoke Licences Of Unity Bank, Polaris Bank, Keystone by Proudlycanadian: 2:15pm On Jun 04
This news alone is a move to kill the banks.

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Politics / Re: Minimum Wage: We’re Not Fixated On A Figure — NLC by Proudlycanadian: 1:43pm On Jun 04
Summary

The Nigeria Labour Congress isn't fixated on a specific figure for the new national minimum wage but seeks a fair amount supporting a family of six. They criticize government decisions affecting the economy and emphasize their non-political stance in negotiations.

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Celebrities / Re: Brother Marquis Dies At 57 by Proudlycanadian: 1:36pm On Jun 04
Rest well
Politics / Re: Strike: Organised Labour Has Not Committed Any Offence, Falana Tells AFG by Proudlycanadian: 9:43am On Jun 04
Reform must start from the senate and hoa. They must show the project they have done in their constituencies

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Food / Re: Have You Eaten Guinea Fowl Meat Before? Does It Taste Better Than Chicken? by Proudlycanadian: 8:06pm On May 31
Na see finish to Chicken be this.
LESSON
Don't be too comon

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Food / Re: Three Good Alternatives To Fresh Tomatoes by Proudlycanadian: 8:03pm On May 31
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Properties / Re: 4 Story Building Collapse At Iga Iduganran, Lagos Island, Many Trapped Inside by Proudlycanadian: 4:53pm On May 30
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Politics / Re: Abia Workers Reject Online Verification by Proudlycanadian: 8:14pm On May 28
Something seems off perhaps there's another side to the verification coin

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Politics / Re: Senate Recalls Senator Ningi After 3-Month Suspension by Proudlycanadian: 8:00pm On May 28
What steps is Nigeria taking to become great. It's easier to follow a working model. A civilization is measured by how much energy it can harness. The power sector should be their priority with such money. I hope we get there faster.

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Religion / Re: Reports Claim That Pope Francis Used Derogatory Term For LGBT Community by Proudlycanadian: 7:47pm On May 28
Put a pin on that
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Career / Re: Feeding Of Crocodiles: The Most Dangerous Job On Earth: Can You Do It? by Proudlycanadian: 5:33pm On May 28
It's an everyday job until it is in the news for the wrong reason. We pray not

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Business / Re: Paystack And Piggyvest Acquire Brass Bank & Fire CEO by Proudlycanadian: 5:00pm On May 28
Brass, a digital bank catering to small businesses, has been acquired by an investment group led by Paystack. Other participants in the acquisition include PiggyVest, Ventures Platform, P1 Ventures, and angel investors Olumide Soyombo and Oo Nwoye. The co-founders of Brass, Sola Akindolu and Emmanuel Okeke, will exit the business. Despite this change, the company’s customers and employees will not be affected, as the product will remain the same. The acquisition provides Paystack and PiggyVest with a foothold in a complementary business domain. However, Brass faces the challenge of rebuilding customer trust after a period of financial difficulty

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Politics / Re: Kano Emirates: Northern Lawyers Give Gov Yusuf 48 Hours Ultimatum by Proudlycanadian: 4:04pm On May 28
Kano Emirates: Northern lawyers give Gov Yusuf 48 hours to rescind Sanusi’s reinstatement

A group of lawyers from Northern Nigeria has issued a stern warning to Governor Abba Yusuf of Kano State to rescind the reinstatement of Emir Muhammad Sanusi II within 48 hours.

At a press conference on Tueesday in Abuja, the lawyers, who identified themselves as the Northern Lawyers' Forum, claimed that Emir Sanusi's reinstatement is "unconstitutional" and "contrary to the traditions and customs of the Kano Emirate."

Barr. Umar Sadiq Abubakar, its Director General argued that Emir Sanusi's initial removal was in line with the laws and traditions of the emirate, and that his reinstatement would "create chaos and undermine the rule of law" in the state.

Abubakar further accused Abba of making a mockery of the country’s revered judiciary by willfully disobeying a Federal High Court ruling restraining the Governor from reinstating Emir Sanusi Lamido Sanusi.

He said Governor Yusuf’s acclaimed injunction from the Kano State High Court, purporting to vacate the subsisting order is a clear affront to the authority of the Federal High Court and a dangerous precedent that undermines the hierarchy of our courts.

The group, therefore, warned that if the governor fails to retrace his steps, they would be forced to take "all necessary legal steps" to protect the judiciary and the interests of the people of Kano State.

The statement partly reads: “It has become pertinent to again address you on the Executive rascality and gross disregard of the judiciary by the executive governor of Kano state, H.E Abba K. Yusuf. You will recall that prior to the reinstatement of deposed Muhammad Sanusi ii as Emir of Kano, a Federal High Court granted an order restraining the Governor of Kano state and every other party concerned from reinstating Mohammed Sanusi ii as Emir of Kano, but the executive governor of the state, H.E Abba k. Yusuf, in breach of the court order went ahead to reinstate Mohammed Sanusi ii as Emir of Kano state.

“We know that the judiciary is conservative and therefore look up to the bar to speak for it. As an organization of young lawyers who are irrevocably dedicated to an independent and free judiciary whose injunctions, judgements and orders must be enforced and obeyed, we are perturbed that a sitting governor who swore to protect our laws and constitution will flagrantly disregard a valid court order and engage in illegal actions that are capable of desecrating the hallowed temple of justice.

“We will not allow this to happen unchallenged. The age-long principle of constitutionalism is very clear that no man is above the law. The governor of Kano state, irrespective of how highly placed, is not an exception.

“The principle of separation of powers is an indispensable ingredient of democracy, open disregard of the judiciary arm by the executive as done by the executive governor of Kano state is a recipe for anarchy. We implore Nigerians to rise against such power-drunk politicians whose actions are capable of eroding our nascent democracy.

“As a group, we will also write to the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, a time-tested Democrat to intervene and call on the executive Governor of Kano to order as his actions are not just injurious to our democratic settings but are also capable of overstretching our security architecture by throwing Kano state into endemic and endless crisis.

“We also call on the NJC to take more sophisticated steps in protecting the judiciary and making its orders, injunctions and judgements more enforceable.

“Finally, we give the executive Governor of Kano state, H.E Abba K. Yusuf, 48hours to rescind the decision of reinstating Muhammad Sanusi ii as Emir of Kano against a subsisting court order. Failure to adhere to this ultimatum, we will mobilize Nigerian lawyers to boycott Abba K. Yusuf and the government of Kano state until they purge themselves of this unacceptable disregard for the judiciary.

“The recent order restraining Ado Bayero and others from parading as Emirs are also not granted in the best interest of justice and peace. Consequently, we call on the NJC to wade in and ensure that judicial instruments are not deployed to cause disharmony and erode public peace. “

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Food / Re: Breakfast Given To Nigerians At Hajj (picture) by Proudlycanadian: 3:23pm On May 28
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Crime / Re: Bandits Kill 7, Kidnap 150 In Munya, 25 Gunmen Neutralised In Niger State by Proudlycanadian: 5:15pm On May 27
My heart aches for the people of Kuchi communities who have endured such terror and loss. The bravery of the security personnel who stood their ground against overwhelming odds is commendable. Let us hope for swift action to protect the vulnerable and restore peace to the affected area. 🙏❤️




It's heartbreaking. Praying for their safety.
May justice prevail and peace be restored.

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