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Gunmen storm Ebonyi village, kill many people, burn houses

the crisis ensued as a result of a misunderstanding between two factions of Effium branch of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) over which group to be in-charge of collecting revenue in the Effium motor park.

Crisis: Akeredolu bans NURTW, RTEAN activities in Ondo

Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, has banned the activities of the National Union of Road Transport Workers, and the Road Transport Employers’ Association of Nigeria, following the leadership crisis of the two unions.

How NURTW members were attacked at Obalende – MC Oluomo’s aide

“One of them was caught and handed over to the police and he said it was the chairman of RTEAN, Musa Mohammed, who sent them to take over NURTW garage at Obalende.”

Alleged sharing formula of IGR: Seven feared dead, many injured over NURTW leadership crisis in Ebonyi

All the people trapped in the area not only health personnel but also staff of National Population Commission were safely evacuated. My office deployed security and vehicles on the directive of the Governor and all of them were rescued. No scratch on them and the place is calm now”.

Why transport fares were increased- NURTW

The National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), on Wednesday, says it is not the intention of the union or in...

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FG aproves N6.2bn for six new power projects

The power minister explained that the procurements were geared towards upgrading the transmission system to the national grid for greater efficiency and to ensure sufficient power supply to the nation in no distant time

Breaking: 29 College students abducted in Kaduna regain freedom

Authorities in the state and the Kaduna State Police Command have yet to confirm the latest development.

Breaking: Jubilation in Enugu over Mbaka’s return

When Mbaka returned in a vehicle a few minutes past 2 pm, his supporters were seen shouting ‘Father Mbaka, Oh! you are home!.”

Fani-Kayode calls for Gumi’s arrest over link with kidnappers

“If the Federal Government refuses to act against Gumi it will raise questions about their commitment to fighting terror and stopping the terrorists.