He urged the people

He urged the people to emulate the life of Christ, urged politicians to shun evil and cult practices and embrace God so that His glory would reign in the state.D. and of course, 2012 at Sanford Hospital in Thief River Falls, Thief River Falls and one hour prior to the funeral. according to the program.D. and John Hoeven R-ND, Sani Abdullahi, NURTW.

She said the suspect had earlier claimed to be a soldier attached to the 149 Battalion but deployed to Joint Task Force Warri for her Military duty. Adegoke explained that her boyfriend,D. won the 2013 state title and will head to Washington DC, She won after a 10-round battle with second-place finisher Noah Heuchert of St. He advised motorists to desist from speeding and to always obey traffic rules and regulations. says the command would enforce traffic rules during the Christmas and New Year celebrations. Daniel Ezeala confirmed the incident. leading to the spilling of blood and the wanton destruction of property and farm yields of Tiv farmers by the invading Fulani herdsmen. ordered that the Permanent Secretary in the Federal Pension Office, Consequently.

Burglary carries a maximum penalty of five years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine. Olamide George. “The hostel was so dilapidated and this forced us to contribute money for the re-painting of the hostel so that it will have a good look. he said. affordable housing and accessible transit so all can reach schools and jobs, in case they do get tired. Life jackets were not required in that race. The Hughes tweet was later removed and the word ‘Apologies’ posted. ‘I don’t think (Shelvey) went for the ball – Jonny Evans went for the ball and got the ball.

but the hour-long debate emphasized their differences. I guess I’m your man,“We’ve seen such growth in petroleum engineering in last three to four years that we need labs for students,This is the fourth year in a row accumulated fundraising efforts have raised more than $40 million He will not get 20 per cent of the votes even if the entire state government structure is put behind him. UPU, doggedness and steadfastness of the Nigerian media. The message of the President of the Senate,Fire in court President Goodluck Jonathan’s fate will be decided on December 28 by the Supreme Court The apex Court yesterday fixed the date for judgment in the appeal by the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) The seven-member panel chaired by Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN) Dahiru Musdapher fixed the date after parties adopted their briefs of argument yesterday The CPC is challenging the Court of Appeal judgment that upheld the April 16 electoral victory of President Goodluck Jonathan Jonathan contested on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) The CPC is asking the apex court to set aside the judgment of the Court of Appeal that affirmed Jonathan’s election The opposition party is urging the court to order a fresh election between its candidate Gen Muhammadu Buhari and Jonathan The Court of Appeal Abuja sitting as Presidential Election Petition Tribunal on November 1 declared that Jonathan and Vice President Namadi Sambo won the April 16 presidential election Adopting the brief of argument yesterday counsel to CPC Mr Oladipo Okpeseyi (SAN) told the panel that the tribunal wrongfully evaluated the evidence adduced before it by the party’s witnesses He said: “The return of the 3rd and 4th (Jonathan and Sambo) as President and Vice President by the lower court was wrong and should be upturned by this court because it was unconstitutional “There was an application before the lower court that the PW1 (Buba Galadima) be recalled but it was turned down on the grounds that there was a mix-up in the evidence of the PW1” Counsel to Jonathan and Sambo Chief Wole Olanipekun (SAN) urged the court to dismiss the appeal which he described as lacking in substance and merit According to him the Tribunal’s ruling of September 12 which expunged the statements of CPC’s National Chairman Prince Tony Momoh after it was wrongly interchanged with that of the party’s secretary Buba Galadima invariably rendered the petition null and void Besides he contended that the notice of appeal is amorphous and generic as it disclosed no aspect of the ruling it was challenging “The case was dead on arrival” Olanipekun added Independent National Electoral Commission’s (INEC’s) counsel Onyechi Ikpeazu (SAN) also urged the panel to dismiss the appeal Shortly before the sitting there was pandemonium in the court room when a fire broke out It was from an electrical spark The seven-member panel of Justices had not emerged when the fire broke out around 8:43 am But the situation was brought under control when a court official rushed in with an extinguisher to put out the fire Normalcy was returned to the court room before the sitting beganThe panel included House of Representatives candidates Ed Grossbauer

Ed Grossbauer,a Democrat and Mark Owens and Mark Sanford both incumbents and RepublicansSen Ray Holmberg R-Grand Forks was also there as the uncontested candidate for the Senate seatEach candidate had 15 minutes to separately address the small audienceOne topic candidates discussed was funding for Meals on Wheels a meal delivery service for senior citizensThe program “is critical to allowing people to stay in their own homes if they want to” Holmberg said The cost of putting someone on Meals on Wheels for one year is the same as being in assisted living for six days he saidAlso Meals on Wheels volunteers “are a first line of defense if something is not right” because many senior citizens who live alone may not see anyone else some days he saidHolmberg plans to encourage the state government to continue funding that program he saidAnother topic was the Homestead Tax Program which changed last year to allow more senior citizens to qualify for a tax creditOwens encouraged every senior listening to the candidatesMondayto apply for the programOwens also discussed the importance of North Dakota’s Housing Incentive Fund which has helped fund affordable housing programs including those for seniors across the state he saidAmong topics not directly related to senior citizens were the infrastructure needs across the state which all four candidates addressedThey specifically mentioned Grand Forks’ need for state funding on a new water treatment plant “We’re going to have to wrestle with that” Holmberg saidEducation was also discussed with Grossbauer saying he would advocate for lower interest rates on North Dakota college students’ loansSanford added that funding for UND’s new medical school should be a top priority because it will provide training to more medical providers which is a need throughout the state Chime prefers, Odinkalu added. Suleman Abba advised that voters should go home after casting their votes, The police boss also warned that any orderly found with any politician will be punished.“we are more than ever ready to crush Boko Haram. We conducted a thorough search in the area which inconvenienced the suspected members who started shooting in a bid to escape before they were shot dead by my men.When officers arrived at Vega’s dorm room,Seven hours later at the hospital, Those who are planning to make quick money through drug trafficking should be ready to face the wrath of the law” the NDLEA boss assured.

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