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Abati,” she said."Just coming up here and having someone say ‘You know what, I wish you all peace & happiness. Mrs. They are so easy to make that even the boys have helped. Rinse until all of the sugar is off and gently pat dry with a towel. mate. Some teenage girls became mothers and dropped out of school. Abubakar Malami had directed the Federal Civil Service Commission (FCSC) to reinstate Maina. Displeased by the report President Muhammadu Buhari had in October ordered the immediate disengagement of Maina No fewer than 8 persons have been killed and over 101 others injured after an explosion of Chlorine Cylinder in Jos the Plateau State capital The State government announced that the over 101 affected persons were rushed to hospital after inhaling the poisonous Chlorine gas from the explosion The explosion occurred at the site of the state government’s water treatment plant at the Lamingo water Dam A statement issued in Jos on Saturday by the director of press and public affairs to Governor Lalong Samuel Nanle stated that “There was an excess Chlorine inhalation from an exploded Chlorine Cylinder by residents around the Lamingo Water Board Treatment Plant “As a result of which 101 (One hundred and one) people were affected and are receiving treatment at OLA Hospital Evangel Hospital (Jankwano) Plateau Specialist Hospital and Airforce Hospital “Some of the victims on hospital admission have been discharged “A total of 8 people have been confirmed dead as a result of the inhalation of the contaminated air” Nanle stated The statement also said “The contamination has been contained and does not affect the water which has been supplied to Public Mains; water from the public mains is safe for consumption and is not affected in anyway by the Arial contamination of Chlorine from the exploded cylinder “Government wishes to commiserate with the families of the victims of this industrial hazard and has taken immediate measures to address the issues of expired components of the Treatment Plant and to guard against future re-occurrence of this unfortunate incident” Council members approved a temporary improvement project for 20th Street Northwest and the northern half of Fifth Avenue Northwest with a goal of patching the streets before a full reconstruction can be done The $30855 project will be carried out by Strata Corp and primarily will consist of frost boil repairs and asphalt overlays Public Works Director Jason Stordahl wrote the temporary fix is necessary as frost boils are pushing clay to the surface of the street and potholes are littering the areaWork is expected to begin next monthThe council approved the construction of a new sand and salt storage shed for winter road maintenance for $201684 The $111704 structure will be built by Higher Ground contractors and the $89890 Accu-Steel building to complete the shed will be built by Structures UnlimitedEast Grand Forks will receive a new roof over the Zamboni at the VFW arena The $12185 project will be contracted to GW & Sons Construction Money for the project comes from $40000 set aside in the building maintenance fund for roof repairsOfficer Jason Schultz was sworn in as East Grand Forks’ newest police officer Tuesday The Moorhead native brings the department to 19 sworn officersThe Enugu State ministry of land is under investigation by the police following an alleged scandal with regards to a plot of land belonging to a federal government agency DailyPost gathered that the commissioner in charge of the ministry Dr Chukwuemeka Ujam is being accused of re- allocating a piece of land belonging to the South-East zonal office of the National Emergency management Agency NEMA The land was allegedly re-allocated to St Josephs Vocational Institute Enugu The land in question plot M23D located at Independence Layout (Main) Enugu according to DailyPost investigation was officially allocated to NEMA by Enugu State government in 2008 for the erection of its South-East zonal office According to a source “after paying all the necessary and relevant land fees to Enugu State government NEMA was issued with a certificate of occupancy (C of O) No 039348 on March 21st 2011 “But surprisingly on July 2nd 2013 the NEMA noticed that there was an encroachment on the land which it immediately reported to the state ministry of lands” The source added that despite government’s declaration that the land belonged to NEMA the encroachment continued He further stated that “as a way of halting further encroachment NEMA mobilised its contractor to site on 6th of December 2013 for the commencement of work but sadly the contractor and his men were attacked seriously beaten and arrested by some armed hoodlums believed to be working for the trespasser at the site” The attack the source said was also reported to relevant state government agencies and the police He revealed that “at that point the police came in and invited NEMA and the trespasser for discussion” adding that prior to the police intervention the encroacher was faceless DailyPost learnt that shortly after the police waded into the matter which was assigned to a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Godwin Wekwan of the state Intelligence Bureau both parties in the matter were ordered to stay clear of the land The idea was to enable the security operatives carry out their own private investigation with a view to ascertaining the authentic owner of the controversial land However findings revealed that while NEMA complied with the police directive the second party St Joseph Institute continued with construction work at the site even as one of its ongoing building has reached advance stage at the moment The matter took a new twist early this year when St Joseph’s lawyer Anthony Mogboh a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) wrote NEMA a letter warning the federal government agency to stop trespassing on its client’s land In the letter dated 7th January 2014 titled “Trespass by NEMA on land belonging to St Joseph’s Vocational institute Enugu” addressed to the South-East zonal office of NEMA Mogboh had claimed that the plots were allocated to his clients by Enugu State government Meanwhile a source in the NEMA said the agency had written several letters requesting the state government to wade into the matter but to no avail

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