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2012-02-15 13:57:00 Govs Discuss Measures to Complete Transitional Period [Egypt Online] Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, the Head of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) discussed at his meeting on Tuesday 14/2/2012 with People's Assembly Speaker Dr. Saad El Katatni, number of Chairmen of the Parliament Committees and lawmakers how to complete measures of transitional period following the end of the Shura Council elections through writing the new constitution and holding the presidential elections in preparation for handing over power to an elected civil authority.

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Thursday, 02-26-15, 14:29Jonathan Heading to Conflict-Ridden Baga[Premium Times]President Goodluck Jonathan has visited Mubi in Adamawa State, more than three months after Nigerian troops recaptured the town from the insurgent group, Boko Haram.
Thursday, 02-26-15, 14:25Jonathan Procures N11 Billion Equipment 'to Tap Phones'[Premium Times]Nigeria's active 120 million GSM subscribers need to know this: The Nigeria Police, the State Security Service [SSS] and the Nigerian Communications Satellite Limited [NIGCOMSAT] are, on behalf of the Nigerian government, possibly hacking your phones and listening in to your conversations.

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