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Blackout looms as GENCOs threaten to shut down plants 19 N189BN INEC BUDGET: Senators, Reps’ meeting ends in deadlock 8 Lawyers, NUJ, NHRC fault police over refusal to release Premium Times journalist 44 NEC sets up c’ttee to decentralise Police operations 9 ** VOL. 26: NO. 63617 FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 2018 FG paid huge ransom to free Dapchi girls —UN •Discloses how Boko Haram is being funded •It's fake news, FG didn’t pay — LAI MOHAMMED •Challenges UN to show proof of payment •Military played no role in negotiation — DHQTRS PROTEST OVER DETENTION OF JOURNALIST By Kingsley Omonobi, Dapo Akinrefon & Joseph Erunke, with Agency reports NEW YORK—The United Nations said, yesterday, in its analytical report that the Federal Government paid a huge sum as ransom to secure the release of Dapchi school girls in Yobe State, who were kidnapped by Boko Haram insurgents on February 18, 2018. The report, submitted to the Security Council Committee pursuant to Resolutions 1267 (1999), 1989 (2011) and 2253 (2015) concerning ISIL Continues on Page 5 Naira depreciates to N362.53 / $ in I&E window 41 Mr & Mrs Fracas as members of OurMumuDonDo Movement protest at the Force Headquarters against the detention of Premium Times journalist, Samuel Ogundipe, by the police in Abuja, yesterday. Photo: Gbemiga Olamikan. SALLAH: FG declares Tuesday, Wednesday public holidays Army to commence Operation Python Dance 3 in S-East 8 31 6 COLUMNISTS: OWEI 32 AZU 36 DONU 17 GWANGWAZO Mother of 5 dies after marathon sex with 28-yr-old lover 32 SEE INSIDE

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