IPOB should not cut off Ndigbo’s nose to spite Buhari’s face – VON DG asks IPOB to reconsider lockdown order on south-east

Director-General of Voice of Nigeria (VON), Osita Okechukwu has asked the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) to reconsider its decision of placing the south-east zone on lockdown every Monday, till their leader, Nnamdi Kanu is released from DSS custody. Recall

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Lagos State government denies claims it reduced NYSC doctors’ salaries from N75,000 to 15k

The Lagos State Government has denied claims it issued directives to reduce the monthly payment of National Youths Service Corps, (NYSC) doctors from N75,000 to N15,000, effective July 2021. According to the State Commissioner for Establishments, Training and Pensions, Mrs.

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Woman allegedly turns into goat while in bed with boyfriend, leaves him possessed

A shocking incident occurred at Mayuge village, Navakholo constituency in Kakamega county of Kenya, as a man claimed his girlfriend turned into a goat while in bed. Joel Namasaka, who reportedly works as a shamba boy in Soi, told K24TV

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TwitterBan: We are monitoring closely repression, access to information, media freedom and disregard for rule of law in Nigeria – Commonwealth

The Secretary-General of the Commonwealth Rt Hon Patricia Scotland QC has said that they closely monitoring certain repressive developments in Nigeria. This came after an urgent appeal by Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) over Twitter ban in the country.

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Tokyo Olympics: Nigeria’s Ese Brume qualifies for Long Jump final

Nigeria’s Ese Brume has qualified for the final stage of the event at the ongoing Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Brume finished fourth in Group B with a 6.76m jump to take the final spot early on Sunday morning. She had

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Police Commission suspends Abba Kyari over his indictment in Hushpuppi fraud case

The Police Service Commission has suspended Deputy Commissioner of Police and Head of the Intelligence Response Team (IRT) of the Nigeria Police Force, Abba Kyari, from office A statement from the commissions spokesperson, Ifeanyi Ani, says Abba Kyari’s suspension took

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Two men bag six months imprisonment for giving false info to EFCC operatives (photo)

The Maiduguri Zonal Command of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, today, July 30, 2021 secured the conviction of the duo of Tijjani Haruna and Abdullahi Ahmed to six months imprisonment before Justice Aisha Kumaliya of the Borno State

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Two Women nabbed with 390 Wraps of Indian Hemp in Delta

The Delta Police Command has arrested two women with 390 wraps of drugs suspected to be Indian hemp. The two suspects, Hope Azion, 25, and Joy Okorie, 21, both from Erovie Quarters, Ozoro, Isoko North Local Government Area of the

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Mastermind of Kano children abduction sentenced to 104 years in prison

Mastermind of kidnap of nine children in Kano state, Paul Onwe was on Friday July 30 sentenced to 104 years in prison by Justice Zuwaira Yusuf of Kano high court. Onwe who was also fined the sum of N100,000 for

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$12bn cash payment to service foreign debt in 2005 was a wrong move –Fashola

Nigeria’s Works and Housing Minister, Babatunde Fashola, has criticized the decision of 2005 Olusegun Obasanjo led government to pay $12 billion in cash to Nigeria’s creditors, out of the $30 billion sovereign debt in 2005. According to Fashola as at

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