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Osun Coven summons DisCo over power failure in Osun community

The Osun State House of Assembly passed a motion to convene the Managing Director of the Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC), the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) and the Federal Commission for Competition and Consumer Protection (FCCPC) regarding the power failure in Ife Local Government Council North of Osun State. …

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30,000 provincial workers in British Columbia to be vaccinated

An offer by CP Rail to obtain a tax holiday due to an 1880 contract was rejected by a federal judge. The Blacklock Reporter said the railroad paid $ 758 million in income taxes last year. “Canadian Pacific has paid,” wrote Justice Alan Diner, noting that the 141-year-old contract was …

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Ex-Facebook Director Frances Haugen Criticizes Company, Calls For More Oversight, Telecom News, ET Telecom

Former Facebook data scientist Frances Haugen speaks during a hearing of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation subcommittee on consumer protection, product safety and data security, at Capitol Hill on Tuesday, October 5, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo / Alex Brandon) WASHINGTON: While accusing the giant social network of seeking …

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About 200 companies will participate in Energy Expo 2021

MINSK, October 5 (BelTA) – Some 200 companies are expected to participate in the 25th Belarusian Energy and Ecology Forum (Energy Expo 2021) which is to take place from October 12 to 15, the Belarusian deputy minister told media of Energy, Olga Prudnikova. at the BelTA press center on October …

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Renewable energy certificates: how tech giants and banks can say they’re 100% green – even if they’re not

Oct 3, 2021 3:00 p.m. EDT Renewable energy certificates: how tech giants and banks can say they’re 100% green – even if they’re not The energy milestone that companies say they’ve reached is only due to the confusion of paper and contracts, but they appear to be the heroes of …

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Energy company Bulb under fire for monthly bill increases of up to 80% | Energy bills

Energy company Bulb has been criticized by customers who say they use them like a bank. This forces them to pay higher bills even though many of them represent hundreds of pounds of supplier credit. The bumper increases – up to 80% – could be an indicator of what to …

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U.S. trade strategy with China to be unveiled on Monday

U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai (戴 琪) is expected to unveil a long-awaited strategy for her country’s difficult trade relationship with China in a speech to a think tank in Washington on Monday, her office said. Tai will speak on his review of China’s trade policy at the Center for …

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Sarah Everard’s killer Wayne Couzens will likely be held in a separate prison wing for his own safety

Sarah Everard’s killer will be held in a Category A maximum security prison and will likely be in a separate wing for inmates vulnerable to attack. Category A prisons in England and Wales are reserved for men who, if they were to escape, pose the greatest threat to the public, …

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Illegal handset network prohibited

Illegal handsets will not benefit from network connectivity from today as the government seeks to stem the threat of tax evasion when importing mobile phones, which is also hurting the competitiveness of the devices. assembled locally. To this end, the Bangladesh Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (BTRC) on July 1 installed the …

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Wamalwa moves on to defense as Keter is sent to devolution »Capital News

NAIROBI, Kenya September 29 – President Uhuru Kenyatta reshuffled his cabinet on Wednesday, sending Eugene Wamalwa to the Ministry of Defense where he will replace Monica Juma. Juma was taken to the Energy Ministry to succeed Charles Keter who is the new Cabinet Secretary for Devolution, a post previously held …

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