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It said the seemingly wanton and arbitrary postponement was truly mind-numbing to most Nigerians in the light of the privations they have had to go through to prepare for the election.
In the Opening of the Judicial Year ceremony in January this year, Raus had reportedly said the judiciary should not allow postponement for cases after hearing dates had been fixed, except only in rare and extraordinary circumstances.
The figures also show 8,677 procedures were recorded as hospital clinical postponements - the patient was unwell or the procedure was no longer necessary.
The Department of Environmental Affairs has reached decisions regarding applications for postponement of timeframes for compliance with the Minimum Emission Standards in terms of section 21 of the National Environmental Management Air Quality Act 39 of 2004.
Just Because you Have a Roof, Doesn't Mean You Don't Have Weather Postponements
BLYTH Spartans chairman Tony Platten believes the Croft Park club is in a better position than many of their rivals to cope with the postponement of games due to the big freeze.
The SPL postponements follow the earlier postponement of the Irn-Bru First Division clash between Dunfermline and Partick Thistle and the Third Division meeting between Berwick Rangers and East Stirling.
Summary: Portsmouth's Premier League match against Birmingham has become the highest-profile casualty on a day of weather-enforced postponements.
GAA chiefs are reluctant to grant postponements on the basis of illness to players but has accepted the request of the Down county board.
NASA put off Saturday's launch due to lightening after hydrogen gas leaks forced two postponements in June.
Issei Nishikawa told Toshio Okazaki, president of the Japan Atomic Energy Agency, ''The repeated postponements may affect the trust of the Japanese and prefectural people for Monju.
I certainly cannot recall in my time supporting Rovers differing weather conditions intervening twice in the space of five days to force postponements.