Boss Mustapha Speaks The Federal government Tuesday lamented the loss of over 2,000 Nigerians to the COVID19 pandemic and urged stakeholders to mobilize against the dreaded pandemic.The Secretary to the government of the federation, Boss Mustapha stated this at the presidential Steering Committee on COVID19 town hall meeting on COVID19 vaccination for North Central Zone in Lafia, the Nasarawa State Capital.
IPOB Are Terrorists Like Boko Haram The immediate ex-Minister of Interior, Lt.-Gen. Abdul-Rahman Dambazau (rtd), on Friday, asserted that the O’odua People’s Congress (OPC) and the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) are extremist groups like Boko Haram.
A human rights movement known as Concerned Nigerians has written to the United States of America (USA) embassy in Nigeria, concerning a Nigerian minister who allegedly expressed support for terrorists.The letter to the USA embassy regarding the minister was signed by it’s convener, Comrade Deji Adeyanju.Nigeria’s Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Sheikh Pantami has been mentioned in a letter addressed to the USA embassy regarding his alleged support for terrorist groups and relative elements.
US Orders Embassy Staff To Leave Chad As Rebels Near Capital The US has ordered the departure of non-essential staff from its embassy in N’Djamena, the capital of Chad, due to fear of armed violence.Unrest in the West African country had escalated as rebel fighters approached the capital city on Sunday.
Jailbreak averted at Bauchi correctional centre : According to reports members of the armed forces of Nigeria Correctional Service prevented an attempted Jailbreak by gunmen at Bauchi Correctional Centre.The attempt followed by prisoners against disciplinary actions taken against a staff reported to be smuggling banned items into the correctional centre for inmates Northern Elders Slams Buhari : The Northern Elders Forum and Arewa Consultative Forum have slammed President Muhammed Buhari over insecurity in the north This statement was made in a communique at the end of a two-day Northern People's summit on Friday, the elders noted that the region have been flooded by insurgents, bandits, and poor governance.
Here are today's trending News SENATOR AGO SPEAKS According to the Senator Ayo Akinyelure, representing Ondo Central at the National Assembly, have blamed President Buhari for the situation of things in the country.
Headlines: US Sends Strong Message To Nigerians Concerning Visa, Military Women Can Wear Hijab - CAN
I’ll not pay ransom even if my son is kidnapped: El-Rufai Governor Nasir El-Rufai said he would not consider paying ransom to bandits even if his son was kidnapped.The governor of Kaduna, who recently showed no tolerance for negotiating with bandits despite pressure, said he would rather pray for his son to create heaven than pay a ransom.
Aunty Ramota's video today has sparked reactions online.The actress is getting ready for her interview at the embassy as she's being asked questions by some of her colleagues and friends around her.
Following the President's trip to London due to his ill health, President Muhammadu Buhari returned on Thursday the 15th of April 2021 and was warmly welcomed by the Nigerian embassy and other officials at the airport.While still in the airport, His excellency was asked by news men what were his expectations towards the new Inspector General of police whom he appointed while in London.
According to report from Saharareporters, the Nigeria's Minister of Communications and Economy, Dr. Isa Pantami, has cursed Adeyanju Deji for writing a letter to the United States.The letter written by Deji is for the authorities to look into the issue of allegations against pantami.
Today's Headlines: US Embassy Send Strong Message To Nigerian, Why Nigerian Can't Stop Borrowing- CBN
US embassy issues visa fraud alert to Nigerians The United States Mission to Nigeria has warned Nigerians against a fraudulent visa report being circulated on social media.The fraudulent visa press release had claimed that the US was issuing a new type of work visa to Nigerians.
Today's Headlines: Nigerians in London storm Abuja House, tell Buhari to return home; Father loses two sons as Soldiers allegedly open fire on youths in Taraba
IG's invitation: FFK cautions Buhari on plot to arrest Sunday Igboho.Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode has warned the Buhari-led administration to desist from any plot to arrest Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC has on Thursday returned a huge amount of money which was recovered from an internet fraudster to a Japanese victim.Let us not forget that internet scam is now rampant among Nigerian youths.
Anti-Buhari Protesters have again stormed the residence of President Buhari in London, where he had gone to receive medical check-up.
In an explanation on Friday, the discretionary international safe haven denied a public statement purportedly from the US Mission, professing to offer new work visa to Nigerian residents matured 40-55 years.
On Thursday in Abuja, Geoffrey Onyeama, who is the minister of foreign affairs, has received a stolen Ile Ife artifact gotten from Mexico.Onyeama saluted the effort of the embassy in recovering the artifact.
Reno Omokri, an ex presidential aide to Goodluck Jonathan, has carried out his threat to lead and mobilize protest against President Buhari in London.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC on Thursday, April 1, 2021, handed over the sums of ¥370,000 Japanese Yen and $1,800 USD to the Japanese victim through officials of the Japanese Embassy, Abuja as regarding internet fraud.
Today's Headlines: Buhari mourns ex-Personal Secretary, Baba Marafa; Kaduna Resident: I Vomited Blood After Receiving COVID Vaccine
Climate change: Saudi Arabia to plant 50bn trees -Embassy The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will plant 50 billion trees in its ‘Two Green Initiatives’ for the Middle East to combat environmental hazard.
Idriss Deby's Death Big Vacuum To War Against Boko Haram- Buhari President Muhammadu Buhari has said the death of President Idriss Deby of Chad will surely create a big vacuum in the efforts to jointly confront the Boko Haram terrorists and the Islamic State West Africa Province.President Buhari, in a statement issued Tuesday by his spokesman, Garba Shehu, voiced sadness over what he called “the sudden and tragic death” of President Deby in the front line, fighting against rebel soldiers.