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Pay TV Subscribers Lament Over Service Quality And High Charges

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Pay TV Subscribers Lament Over Service Quality And High Charges

Pay TV subscribers in Nigeria have expressed dissatisfaction and dismay over the quality of service they get, and the high subscription charges they pay for what they call poor service.

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They say pay TV operators even charge them for services they don’t provide, especially for lost signals during rain, and their inability to use the service during long subscription checks.

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Subscribers say Nigerians pay the highest rates in Africa.  They are demanding special concessions because of the huge Nigerian market potential.

They say operators should work on stabilizing signals during rainfall, and improve choices in the different bouquets offered in Nigeria to include better content.

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INEC Includes Zamfara APC Candidates In 2019 Elections

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INEC Includes Zamfara APC Candidate To Participate In 2019 Elections

Independent National Electoral Commission has included All Progressives Congress candidates in the governorship, National and State Assembly elections. The commission says their inclusion is in compliance with court order.

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As seen on INEC official Twitter handle:

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Kaduna CP Faults El-Rufai’s Figures On Adara Killings

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Kaduna CP Faults El-Rufai's Figures On Adara Killings

Kaduna State Commissioner of Police, Abdulrahman Ahmad, has faulted figures given by Governor Nasir El-Rufai on the number of people killed in the crisis in Adara, Kajuru local government area of the state.

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Ahmad says the governor pre-empted police investigations.

Governor El-Rufai had said earlier that 66 Fulani were killed in the local government. Later, he jacked up the figure to 130.

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Ahmad says investigations were still ongoing and it would be inappropriate to provide any figures at this time.

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Ogun PDP Crisis Deepens As Party Suspends Abati, Sowunmi, Others

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Ogun PDP Crisis Deepens As Party Suspends Abati, Sowunmi, Others

The crisis rocking the People’s Democratic Party in Ogun State worsened on Thursday as a faction loyal to a member of the House of Representatives, Oladipupo Adebutu, suspended, for anti-party activities, a deputy governorship candidate, Reuben Abati; spokesperson of the Atiku Abubakar campaign organisation, Segun Sowunmi; and 37 candidates of the party loyal to Kashamu.

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The faction led by Sikirulai Ogundele says the suspension is at the instance of the ward and local executive committees which noted that affected members failed to appear before them and also did not respond to queries served on them.

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