• Hamilton Academical boss Rice reveals gambling addiction

    Hamilton Academical boss Rice reveals gambling addiction
     
    Brian Rice
    Hamilton Academical manager Brian Rice opened up over his struggles with a gambling addiction on Monday after reporting himself for a breach of Scottish football’s gambling rules.
    Rice, 56, has been served with a notice of complaint from the Scottish Football Association but has been backed by the club for his bravery in going public with the issue.
    “I wrote a letter to the Scottish FA self-reporting my gambling and did so as an admission that my disease has returne
  • Documentary on Oshiomhole out January 30 ― APC chieftain

    Documentary on Oshiomhole out January  30 ― APC chieftain
    The immediate past speaker of the Edo State House of Assembly, Alhaji Kabiru Adjoto, said on Monday he is set to release a three-hour documentary, “exposing  the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC),  Adams Oshiomhole’s dark waters.’’
    But the Oshiomhole camp said the former Edo governor has done no wrong.
    Speaking in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Benin on Monday, Adjoto said the documentary would be shown to the publi
  • Man Utd’s keeper Romero escapes unhurt from car crash

    Man Utd’s keeper Romero escapes unhurt from car crash
    Romero
    Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero escaped unhurt after crashing his Lamborghini on his way to training on Monday, a club source told AFP.
    Romero, 32, was seen in images posted on social media standing next to the car which was wedged underneath a roadside crash barrier close to United’s Carrington training ground.
    READ ALSO: Cavani desire to leave PSG sparks Lampard interest“Sergio is ok and is training as normal with the team,” the United source said when
  • 10 people killed, scores injured during Ethiopian Christian festival

    10 people killed, scores injured during Ethiopian Christian festival
    At least ten people were killed Monday and scores injured when a seating area collapsed during a major Orthodox Christian celebration in Ethiopia, with fears the death toll could rise.
    The accident occurred just before 8am Monday in Gondar, a historic city in the country’s north, where every year more than a million people gather for the epiphany festivities known as Timkat.
    Two doctors at the University of Gondar Hospital said that 10 people died when the spectator stands gave way sudden
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  • 10 people killed, scores injured at Orthodox Christian festival

    10 people killed, scores injured at Orthodox Christian festival
    At least ten people were killed Monday and scores injured when a seating area collapsed during a major Orthodox Christian celebration in Ethiopia, with fears the death toll could rise.
    The accident occurred just before 8am Monday in Gondar, a historic city in the country’s north, where every year more than a million people gather for the epiphany festivities known as Timkat.
    Two doctors at the University of Gondar Hospital said that 10 people died when the spectator stands gave way sudden
  • Obaseki wants NDDC’s payment of counterpart fund for Benin-Abraka road reconstruction

    Obaseki wants NDDC’s payment of counterpart fund for Benin-Abraka road reconstruction
    Gov Godwin Obaseki
    By Ozioruva Aliu – Benin City
    Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State has called on the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) to release its counterpart fund for the reconstruction of the 105.6-kilometer Benin-Abraka Road project, so as to intensify work on the project.
    The reconstruction of the road was re-awarded early last year on joint financing by the state government, the NDDC, and the Edo State Oil and Gas Producing Area Development Commission (EDSOGPADEC) with a
  • It’s impossible to complete Lagos-Ibadan rail project in April – Amaechi

    It’s impossible to complete Lagos-Ibadan rail project in April – Amaechi
    By Nwafor Sunday
    Having seen the extent of work on the Lagos-Ibadan rail project, the Minister of Transportation, Mr Rotimi Amaechi, said on Monday it would be impossible to complete the project in April.
    The former Rivers State governor, who stated this while inspecting the project,  said it would no longer be feasible to complete the work in April.
    He was accompanied on the project tour by the Oyo State governor, Oluwaseyi Makinde.
    READ ALSO: We’ll deliver Lagos-Ibadan standard rai
  • Breaking: Rotimi Amaechi volte-faces, says impossible to complete Lagos-Ibadan rail in April

    Breaking: Rotimi Amaechi volte-faces, says impossible to complete Lagos-Ibadan rail in April
    By Nwafor Sunday
    Having seen the level of work done at Lagos-Ibadan rail line, the minister of transportation, Mr Rotimi Amaechi, Monday took back his words that the project would be completed in April.
    The former governor of Rivers state, accompanied by Oluseyi Abiodun Makind, Oyo State Governor, said it would no longer be feasible to complete the work in April.
    READ ALSO: We’ll deliver Lagos-Ibadan standard rail line by April ― AmaechiRecall that Amaechi had promised to complete t
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  • Cavani desire to leave PSG sparks Lampard interest

    Cavani desire to leave PSG sparks Lampard interest
    Cavani
    Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani’s desire to leave Paris Saint-Germain has stoked the interest of Chelsea manager Frank Lampard, who has bemoaned his players’ lack of clinical finishing.
    Tammy Abraham has scored 16 goals in all competitions this season but Lampard is aware that he needs support.
    The 1-0 defeat by Newcastle on Saturday highlighted a lack of ruthlessness in front of goal with defeat preventing Chelsea from extending their advantage over their rivals for a Champi
  • Imo governorship: Call to reverse Supreme Court judgment baseless ― Ex-legislator

    Imo governorship: Call to reverse Supreme Court judgment baseless ― Ex-legislator
    Ihedioha-Uzodinma
    Chief Amaechi Nwoha, former Speaker, Imo House of Assembly, has described the call to reverse supreme court’s judgment on Imo governorship as an affront on the law.
    Nwoha made the assertion in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Monday.
    He stated that the call was akin to contesting the supremacy of the constitution with mere wishful thinking and political selfishness.
    It would be recalled that the nation’s apex court on Jan. 14, sacked Chief
  • Dry Season Farming: CBN, Gombe Govt. move to boost rice production

    Dry Season Farming: CBN, Gombe Govt. move to boost rice production
    CBN
    In efforts to boost rice production, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), through the Anchor Borrowers Programme (ABP), in collaboration with the Gombe State Government, has embarked on sensitisation of farmers on dry season farming.
    The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), reports that officials of the CBN, the Commissioner of Agricultural and Animal Resources, Alhaji Mohammed Magaji, engaged the rice farmers in an interactive session on Monday in Gombe.
    Also read: Locally-manufactured pencils will
  • Number of billionaires has doubled in last decade – Oxfam

    The number of billionaires has doubled in the past decade and the world’s wealthiest 2,153 people controlled more money than the poorest 4.6 billion combined last year, the charity Oxfam said Monday.
    Meanwhile, unpaid or underpaid work by women and girls adds three times more to the world’s economy each year at least $10.8 trillion than the technology industry, the Nairobi-based charity said in its “Time to Care” report.
    Women around the world work 12.5 billion hours comb
  • Inequality: Number of billionaires has doubled in last decade

    Inequality: Number of billionaires has doubled in last decade
    The number of billionaires has doubled in the past decade and the world’s wealthiest 2,153 people controlled more money than the poorest 4.6 billion combined last year, the charity Oxfam said Monday.
    Meanwhile, unpaid or underpaid work by women and girls adds three times more to the world’s economy each year at least $10.8 trillion than the technology industry, the Nairobi-based charity said in its “Time to Care” report.
    Women around the world work 12.5 billion hours comb
  • Delta community alleges dumping of toxic waste

    Delta community alleges dumping of toxic waste
    Govt’ll investigate it — Onogba
    Refuse dumping
     
    By Festus Ahon – Asaba
    Indigenes Ugbolu, Oshimili North Local Government Area, Delta State, have raised alarm over the dumping of a toxic substance along the community’s axis of the Asaba/Ebu/Abuja Road.
    Sources said the toxic substance, a suspected industrial waste that was sealed in cement bags was secretly dumped along the road a few meters from the road where pedestrians pass through by a truck belonging to one the
  • UN condemns attack on humanitarian accommodation in Borno

    UN condemns attack on humanitarian accommodation in Borno
    The United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria, Mr Edward Kallon, has condemned the attack by non-state armed groups against the main humanitarian accommodation in Ngala, Borno, Northeast Nigeria.
    Kallon expressed this in a statement issued by Ms Eve Sabbagh, Head of Public Information, UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN-OCHA), on Monday in Abuja.
    Also read: Ex-inmate seeks reintegration assistance for people released from correctional centres“I am outraged
  • Accident: One killed, three injured in Anambra

    Accident: One killed, three injured in Anambra
    By Vincent Ujumadu
    One person was confirmed dead, while three others were injured in an accident involving three vehicles on Monday along the Onitsha -Enugu expressway in Anambra State.
    The incident, which occurred at the Enugu Agidi end of the road involved a black-coloured Honda CRV with registration number GGW 309EK, brown coloured Mercedes Benz 911 with registration number Awk 922xj and a tanker with registration number NkJ 789XA, loaded with premium motor spirit (pms)
    The Federal Road Safe
  • German army employee goes on trial for spying for Iran

    German army employee goes on trial for spying for Iran
    German military man. PHOTO: DW
    The German-Afghan man is accused of passing state secrets to the Iranian secret service while working as a translator and consultant to the German military. He faces charges of treason and violating state secrets.The trial of a suspected spy for Iranian intelligence begins Monday in the western German city of Koblenz.
    Prosecutors have charged the 51-year-old, known as Abdul S., with one count of treason, in addition to 18 cases of violating official secrets.
    &
  • Lebanon urgently needs new government to avoid collapse: Hariri

    Lebanon urgently needs new government to avoid collapse: Hariri
    Lebanon needs to quickly form a new government to stop a cycle of collapse and worsening economic and security conditions, caretaker prime minister Saad al-Hariri said on Monday, after a weekend of violent confrontations shook the capital.
    Beirut this weekend saw the worst violence since protests against the country’s elite erupted in October, with hundreds injured as security forces deployed water cannon and rubber bullets to disperse stone-throwing protesters.
    ALSO READ: Pope Franc
  • Court okays dismissal of KWASU staff over falsification of results

    Court okays dismissal of KWASU staff over falsification of results
    The National Industrial Court, Abuja, on Monday affirmed the dismissal of Mrs Rashida Kolawole, as Kwara State University Principal System Analyst, over gross misconduct of manipulation, falsification of results
    Justice Oyejoju Oyewumi held that the court adopted two issues in order to determine the matter.
    Oyewumi held that the first issue was whether the suit was competent and the second issue was whether the claimant through legal evidence established her case to entitle her to the reliefs s
  • Pope Francis condemns ‘barbaric resurgence’ of anti-Semitism

    Pope Francis condemns ‘barbaric resurgence’ of anti-Semitism
    Pope Francis on Monday condemned the “barbaric resurgence” of anti-Semitism around the world, linking it to the rise of populism.
    Next week’s 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp should serve as a reminder not to become indifferent, Francis said to a delegation from the human rights and research group, the Simon Wiesenthal Center.
    “It is troubling to see, in many parts of the world, an increase in selfishness and indifference, lack of concern for
  • Two die in Abule Egba pipeline explosion

    Two die in Abule Egba pipeline explosion
    As victims count losses
    Several properties destroyed
    LASG sues for calm
    Abule -Egba
    By Olasunkanmi Akoni and Akeem Salau
    Tragedy struck late Sunday night when yet to be identified under aged boy and two men were burnt to death following raging fire from a vandalised petroleum pipeline of the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, at Ile-Epo, Ekoro, Abule -Egba, Oke Odo Local Government Area, inward Baruwa, Alimosho area of Lagos State.
    The tragedy, which destroyed many properties left som
  • Lagos fire: Boy, two men die in Abule Egba vandalised NNPC pipeline explosion

    Lagos fire: Boy, two men die in Abule Egba vandalised NNPC pipeline explosion
    As victims count losses
    Several properties destroyed
    LASG sues for calm
    Abule -Egba
    By Olasunkanmi Akoni and Akeem Salau
    Tragedy struck late Sunday night when yet to be identified under aged boy and two men were burnt to death following raging fire from a vandalised petroleum pipeline of the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, at Ile-Epo, Ekoro, Abule -Egba, Oke Odo Local Government Area, inward Baruwa, Alimosho area of Lagos State.
    The tragedy, which destroyed many properties left som
  • PDP’s style of politicking now a threat to democracy

    PDP’s style of politicking now a threat to democracy
    Lanre Issa Onilu
    By Omeiza Ajayi
    The ruling All Progressives Congress APC has described as “worrisome, indecorous and contemptuous” actions and remarks by the leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP, saying they are a threat to Nigeria’s nascent democracy.
    “The disgraceful and senseless protest embarked upon by the opposition party is being done with the sole purpose of dragging the apex Court of our land, and indeed our great country into odium and scorn before th
  • PDP’s style of politicking a threat to democracy — APC

    PDP’s style of politicking a threat to democracy — APC
    Lanre Issa Onilu
    By Omeiza Ajayi
    The ruling All Progressives Congress APC has described as “worrisome, indecorous and contemptuous” actions and remarks by the leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP, saying they are a threat to Nigeria’s nascent democracy.
    “The disgraceful and senseless protest embarked upon by the opposition party is being done with the sole purpose of dragging the apex Court of our land, and indeed our great country into odium and scorn before th
  • Malabu: EFCC slams money laundering charges on Adoke

    Malabu: EFCC slams money laundering charges on Adoke
    Economic and Financial Crimes Commission
    After detaining him for a month over the ignoble role he allegedly played in the controversial $1.3 billion Malabu Oil scandal, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Monday filed a seven-count charge of money laundering against the former Attorney- General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mohammed Adoke, at the Federal High Court, Abuja.
    Also read: Canadian prosecutors say case against Huawei CFO is about fraud, not sanctions&nb
  • [Breaking] $1.3b Malabu oil scam: EFCC slams 7-count charge on ex-AGF Adoke

    [Breaking] $1.3b Malabu oil scam: EFCC slams 7-count charge on ex-AGF Adoke
    Economic and Financial Crimes Commission
    Soni Daniel
    After detaining him for a month over the ignoble role he allegedly played in the disbursement of the controversial $1.3 billion Malabu Oil scandal, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has charged the former Attorney General of the Federation, Mohammed Adoke, with seven charges bordering on money laundering.
    Also read: Canadian prosecutors say case against Huawei CFO is about fraud, not sanctionsThe charges obtained by Vanguard on Mond
  • UN condemn Borno terror attacks

    UN condemn Borno terror attacks
    By Ndahi Marama – Maiduguri
    The UN Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria, Mr. Edward Kallon, has condemned the destruction of humanitarian ‘accommodation and logistics’ by non-state armed group at Ngala, Borno state.
    Ngala; a border community with Cameroon, was severally attacked with the recent blowup of Gambouru Bridge by suspected insurgents.
    Kallon made the condemnation Monday in a statement released to journalists in Maiduguri, the state capital.
    According to him, the destr
  • UN condemn attacks on humanitarian hub in Borno

    UN condemn attacks on humanitarian hub in Borno
    By Ndahi Marama – Maiduguri
    The UN Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria, Mr. Edward Kallon, has condemned the destruction of humanitarian ‘accommodation and logistics’ by non-state armed group at Ngala, Borno state.
    Ngala; a border community with Cameroon, was severally attacked with the recent blowup of Gambouru Bridge by suspected insurgents.
    Kallon made the condemnation Monday in a statement released to journalists in Maiduguri, the state capital.
    According to him, the destr
  • Missing Boy in Ondo Church: NUJ protest harassment of journalists covering trial

    Missing Boy in Ondo Church: NUJ protest harassment of journalists covering trial
    File: NUJ members protest against assault on its members
    By Dayo Johnson, Akure
    THE Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Ondo State Council has petitioned both the Chief Judge of the state and the Police Commissioner over alleged harassment and humiliation of some of its members at the State Magistrate Court in Akure.
    The Union described as uncivilized and professional for a Police prosecutor and a Magistrate to humiliate pressmen who were in an open court to discharge their lawful duties.
    Journa
  • Abia pledges support for NDLEA’s anti-drug campaign

    Abia pledges support for NDLEA’s anti-drug campaign
    By Eric Ugbor – Aba
    The Abia state government has pledged support for the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) to ensure the agency reduce high drug dependence levels by residents of the state.
    Mr. Dan Okoli, the Abia Commissioner for Homeland Security disclosed this  Monday during a visit to Abia NDLEA office in Aba.
    Okoli who said that most violent crimes were committed under drug influence noted that the agency’s operations were at the heart of reducing crimes in Abia
  • Delta State tax chairman set to promote education in 3 LGAs

    Delta State tax chairman  set to promote education in 3 LGAs
    By Emma Amaize
    Chairman Delta State Board of Internal Revenue, Sir Monday Onyeme, has fine-tuned arrangements for an essay and quiz competition to promote the standard of education in Ndokwa ethnic nationality, comprising Ndokwa West, Ndokwa West and Ukwuani Local Government Areas, Delta State.
    Managing director of Prince Huxeley Obsession Agency, Prince Huxley Unumadu, in a statement, said: “He (Sir Onyeme) believes that quality education is first of the needs of Ndokwa people to enhance
  • Delta revenue agency to promote education in three LGAs

    Delta revenue agency to promote education in three LGAs
    By Emma Amaize
    Chairman Delta State Board of Internal Revenue, Sir Monday Onyeme, has fine-tuned arrangements for an essay and quiz competition to promote the standard of education in Ndokwa ethnic nationality, comprising Ndokwa West, Ndokwa West and Ukwuani Local Government Areas, Delta State.
    Managing director of Prince Huxeley Obsession Agency, Prince Huxley Unumadu, in a statement, said: “He (Sir Onyeme) believes that quality education is first of the needs of Ndokwa people to enhance
  • Saudi Arabia condemns ‘Huthi terrorist’ attack in Yemen

    Saudi Arabia condemns ‘Huthi terrorist’ attack in Yemen
    Yemeni soldier
    Saudi Arabia, which is leading a military coalition against the Huthi rebels in war-torn Yemen, condemned on Monday a missile attack that killed more than 100 Yemeni soldiers.
    Saturday’s missile strike blamed on the Iran-aligned Huthis follows months of relative calm in the conflict between the rebels and Yemen’s internationally recognised government.
    The Huthis attacked a mosque in a military camp in the central province of Marib — about 170 kilometres (105 mile
  • Two men allegedly kill motorcyclist, hide remains in shallow grave

    Two men allegedly kill motorcyclist, hide remains in shallow grave
    By Paul Olayemi
    The Delta State Police command has confirmed the arrest of two men over alleged murder of Sunday Ofishe at an isolated area of Mosogar in Ethiope West local government area of Delta state.
    The names of the two suspects have not been ascertained as at press time, but the deceased, 53, and a motorcycle rider was said to have been flagged down by the express road linking Sapele and Benin and taken to an isolated area of the community on the 14th of January.
    The Delta State Commissi
  • Teenager docked for allegedly stealing pineapples

    Teenager docked for allegedly stealing pineapples
    An 18-year-old boy, Mathew Abiodun, who allegedly stole pineapples worth N310,000, from his employer, on Monday, appeared in an Ogudu Magistrates’ Court.
    The defendant, who resides at Mile 12, is charged with theft.
    He pleaded not guilty.
    The Prosecution Counsel, Insp. Donjour Perezi, told the court that the offence was committed between October 2019 and January 2020 at Jakande Market, Ikosi in Ketu area of Lagos.
    READ ALSO: Housekeeper, driver in court for allegedly stealing $8,400Perezi
  • Comparing Man United’s record with and without Rashford under Solskjaer

    Comparing Man United’s record with and without Rashford under Solskjaer
    Manchester United’s English striker Marcus Rashford (R) puts the ball past Norwich City’s Dutch goalkeeper Tim Krul (L) to score the opening goal during the English Premier League football match between Manchester United and Norwich City at Old Trafford in Manchester, northwest England, on January 11, 2020. (Photo by Oli SCARFF / AFP)
    Manchester United are sweating on the fitness of Marcus Rashford ahead of this weekend’s clash with Liverpool after the forward was taken off du
  • Actor, Ogbeni commends Okowa for film village project

    Actor, Ogbeni commends Okowa for film village project
    Ogbeni
    Nollywood actor and Special Assistant on Talent Development to Governor of Delta State, Mr. David Onome Ogbeni popularly known as Dave Ogbeni has commended Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa for the establishment of a film village in Asaba, Delta State capital.
    Ogbeni in a chat with newsmen explained that the establishment of the film village will no doubt, compliment the job and wealth creation of the state governor’s electoral mantra to Deltans and None-Deltans.
    Dave observed that Governo
  • Ihedioha vs Uzodinma: APC organises counter-protest in Abuja

    APC supporters rally in support of recent Supreme Court’s Judgment on Imo Governorship Election, which sacked Gov. Emeka Ihedioha and replaced him with Sen. Hope Uzodinma, in Abuja on Monday (20/1/20).
    00384/20/1/2020/Anthony Alabi/BJO/NAN
    Members of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, on Monday staged a counter-protest in Abuja, few minutes after the leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP protested against the judgement of the Supreme Court which sacked Emeka Ihedioha of th
  • Truck filled with PDP members tumbles, many feared injured

    Truck filled with PDP members tumbles, many feared injured
    <p class="">PDP members in horrible accident in Abuja.</p><h1>A truck conveying PDP members to the venue of a protest has tumbled, injuring many partisan faithful in the process, SaharaReporters writes. </h1><p class="">The incident occurred on Monday, January 20, 2020 at the Transcorp Hilton Junction, in the nation’s capital city of Abuja. </p><p class="">According to the story, the truck driver made a swift turn as party
  • Ranking Man United’s 29 transfers under Ed Woodward from worst to best

    Ranking Man United’s 29 transfers under Ed Woodward from worst to best
     
    David Moyes, Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho and now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have been the men identifying (but not always getting) the players they would like, with Ed Woodward taking over the role of overseeing transfers.
    We’ve ranked every first-team signing under those three managers. In an ideal world, about 17 of these players would be ranked joint-20th, but we didn’t allow ourselves to do that so you can tell us how wrong we are.
    ALSO READ: Man City plot hijack of Man U
  • Fire razes shops in Kano market, one escapes death

    Fire razes shops in Kano market, one escapes death
    <p class="">The Kano State Fire Service on Monday confirmed that four shops were destroyed by fire at Kofar Ruwa Yan-Rodi Market in Dala Local Government area.</p><h1>The service said in a statement that the cause of the fire, which occurred on Sunday at 10:49 p.m., was unknown, butt investigation had begun.</h1><p class="">Alhaji <strong>Saidu Muhammad</strong>, the Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the fire service, confirmed the fi
  • Sokoto residents celebrate Tambuwal’s victory at Supreme Court

    Sokoto residents celebrate Tambuwal’s victory at Supreme Court
    <p class="">Residents trooped out to almost all streets in Sokoto metropolis celebrating the affirmation of Aminu Tambuwal, as the duly elected governor of Sokoto state by the Supreme Court on Monday.</p><h1>News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) observed that the crowd, mostly youth trooped to the streets chanting songs in favour of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Tambuwal.</h1><p class="">Some of the crowded streets include Fodio road, Runjin Sambo, U
  • Accept Supreme Court ruling in good faith, Kano Commissioner tells PDP

    Accept Supreme Court ruling in good faith, Kano Commissioner tells PDP
    Ganduje
    Malam Mohammed Garba, Kano State Commissioner for Information and Culture has urged the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) supporters in the state to accept the Supreme Court verdict affirming the re-election of Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje in good faith.
    Garba made the call while speaking with newsmen on Monday in Kano, calling on the party supporters to remain calm and maintain peace in the state.
    According to Garba, Ganduje’s victory at the Supreme Court is the will of God and the desire
  • Photos: Buhari participates in Uk-Africa Summit 2020

    Photos: Buhari participates in Uk-Africa Summit 2020
    President Muhammadu Buhari is currently participating at the Program of Opening Plenary of the Uk-Africa Summit on 20th Jan 2020.All pictures in this story were provided by Bayo Omoboriowo, Personal Photographer to President of Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari
    Uk-Africa Investment Forum 3: President Buhari received by Minister of State for Middle East and North Africa Dr Andrew Murrison MP alongside High Commissioner of UK to Nigeria Catriona Laing as he arrives for the Program of Opening
  • Photos: Buhari participates at Uk-Africa Summit 2020

    Photos: Buhari participates at Uk-Africa Summit 2020
    President Muhammadu Buhari is currently participating at the Program of Opening Plenary of the Uk-Africa Summit on 20th Jan 2020.All pictures in this story were provided by Bayo Omoboriowo, Personal Photographer to President of Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari
    Uk-Africa Investment Forum 3: President Buhari received by Minister of State for Middle East and North Africa Dr Andrew Murrison MP alongside High Commissioner of UK to Nigeria Catriona Laing as he arrives for the Program of Opening
  • Kano calm as Supreme Court reaffirms Ganduje’s re-election

    Kano calm as Supreme Court reaffirms Ganduje’s re-election
    <p class="">Residents of Kano metropolis have continued with their normal socio-economic activities as the Supreme Court on Monday reaffirmed the re-election of Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje.</p><h1>A correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), who went round some strategic areas in the city, reports that many business places and offices were opened and operating normally.</h1><p class="">A trader at the popular phone market in the farm centre, M
  • Housekeeper, driver in court for allegedly stealing $8,400

    Housekeeper, driver in court for allegedly stealing $8,400
    A housekeeper, Joy Ibi, 22, and a driver on Monday appeared in an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court, for allegedly stealing $8,400 (N3million) belonging to their employer.
    The police charged Ibi, who resides in the Lekki area of Lagos, alongside Friday Udu, a driver, with four counts of conspiracy, theft, receiving stolen money and possession of forged currency.
    They, however,  pleaded not guilty to the charges.
    READ ALSO: My wife is fetish, stubborn and dirty, husband tells court
    The Pr
  • 5-yr-old baby, 4 others confirmed dead in Abule Egba pipeline fire

    5-yr-old baby, 4 others confirmed dead in Abule Egba pipeline fire
    <p class="">The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), says that the recent explosion of a vandalised Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) pipeline in Lagos has claimed five lives.</p><h1>The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the explosion of the NNPC pipeline occurred within Awori, U-turn and Abule Egba in Lagos.</h1><p class="">The Director-General LASEMA, Dr<strong> Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu </strong>told
  • PDP stakeholders condemn wild protests in Nsukka over LG election

    PDP stakeholders condemn wild protests in Nsukka over LG election
     
    Peoples Democratic Party
    By Chinenyeh Ozor
    Stakeholders of People’s Democratic Party PDP in Nsukka local government area, Enugu state has condemned in totality wild protests perpetuated by unguided miscreant youths in Nsukka local government and it’s environs.
    In a communiqué issued and read by Hon. Dr. Chinedu Nwamba representing Nsukka East constituency in Enugu state house of assembly after an emergency meeting of the party stakeholders in Nsukka said the stakeholde
  • Council poll: PDP members condemn Nsukka protests

    Council poll: PDP members condemn Nsukka protests
     
    Peoples Democratic Party
    By Chinenyeh Ozor
    Members of the People’s Democratic Party PDP in Nsukka local government area, Enugu state have condemned in totality wild protests perpetuated by unguided miscreant youths in Nsukka local government and it’s environs.
    In a communiqué issued and read by Hon. Dr. Chinedu Nwamba representing Nsukka East constituency in Enugu state House of Assembly after an emergency meeting of the party stakeholders in Nsukka said the stakeholde

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