The atmosphere in South-East Nigeria on Mondays is as quiet as a graveyard. Few individuals and motorist can be seen moving. Shops, banks, businesses and a lot more daily activities of the good people of South-East Nigeria are being locked and not functioning. Photo Credit: Guardian Newspaper
Source: The Guardian Newspaper and Punch Newspaper Mr. Rotimi Amaechi, the minister for transportation in the current administration of President Muhammadu Buhari has made two mistakes that may seriously affect the progress of the All Progresives Congress (APC) in Rivers State. Since the party was formed, it has never won any major election in the south-south state. This is due to the power tussle within the party which paved the way for the PDP to continue to dominate and rule the oil rich state. The Supreme
The challenges in Nigeria did not begin today, some of the problems we currently face has been there several years ago. Our religious clerics have also been praying for the progress of the country for decades, yet the situation keeps getting worse. Below is a news on Guardian Newspaper way back in 1986, where pastor Kumuyi, the leader of Deeper Christian life ministry, called for special prayers over Nigeria.
According to reports we gathered from Guardian Newspaper, the Governor of Imo State, Governor Hope Uzodimma, on Saturday, revealed that President Muhammadu Buhari will be visiting Imo State on Thursday, 9 September 2023. Governor Hope Uzodimma [Photo credit: ] Bearing this scheduled visit of President Muhammadu Buhari to Imo State in mind, we have in this article, highlighted 2 things the Igbos should do when he arrives on Thursday.
The All Progressive Congress National Leader (APC), Bola Tinubu has told President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal government to be very careful when resolving the Farmers vs Fulani Herdsmen dispute.
It is no longer news to us that a group identified as Incorporated Trustees of Egalitarian Mission for Africa has approached a Federal High Court in Abuja challenging the Nigerian citizenship of the country's former Vice President Alhaji Atiku Abubakar. Recall that Atiku's citizen status became a subject of scrutiny during the 2019 presidential election, when he emerged as the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
The Guardian Newspaper needs no introduction to any Nigerian. It has been in the fore front in bringing well baked and reliable news to millions of Nigerians. At the end of every calendar year they release the name of a single personality as the "Person of the Year". This time the "Person of the Year" is "Our Messengers of Hope" and the front cover picture was an EndSars protester with a flag. The Guardian cover for 29 December 2020 This came as a great joy for million of Nigerians as the EndSars tag started
Ogboni Chief During The Rally Those who remember the Yoruba nation's rally that came up in Lagos State on the 3rd of July, 2021 will recall that some of the protesters were arrested and made to face Nigeria's law. Those who also followed what occurred would reminisce that a certain fourteen-year-old girl was killed by a stray bullet on the said day and it was not clear who was responsible for the killing of the young girl.
(Photo Credit: Google). Another Prominent Nigerian Dies In Ibadan. Recently, Najeem Raheem (Guardian Newspaper photojournalist) died in Ibadan after battling against an illness. It's important to know that Raheem died weeks after he lost his parents. (Photo Credit: Daily Post Nigeria).
Following an unprecedented report reaching our desk from the Guardian Newspaper after the Coalition of Northern Groups (CNG) came out to urge the federal government to proscribe the Afenifere socio-cultural group as a terrorist organization, as well as other cultural groups that are perceived to pose a threat to the progress, development and the wellbeing of this nation, a prominent Nigerian activist, Lady Aisha Yesufu has taken to her official Twitter handle to comment on the provoking report.
The presiding Bishop of the The Redeemed Evangelical Mission (TREM), Bishop Okonkwo spoke with the Guardian Newspaper some days ago. He spoke with the newsmen on the current state of the country. He also addressed questions concerning the upcoming elections. According to the Guardian, Bishop Okonkwo said he doesn't want an Igbo man to succeed Buhari come 2023.
Recently, Bbnaija Shine ya eye housemates were invited by Guardian newspaper and they all went there. The Bbnaija housemates that was present at Guardian headquarter are Whitemoney, Emmanuel, Angel, Cross and Pere, They were also the finalist of the recently concluded Bbnaija reality show.
A young Musician known as Sugarboy Cheque , in an interview with the Guardian Newspaper, narrated that continuous ASUU strike drove him into starting a Music profession. In his statement, Sugarboy stated that prior to now, he had no passion and desire for music but due to a halt in his academic pursuit, had no choice but to venture into it.
These News from Guardian Newspaper And Punch Newspaper will interest you this afternoon. Please before you proceed, click the follow button for more update. 1.Buhari reacts to death of APC stalwart, Aliyu President Muhammadu Buhari has reacted to the death of All Progressives Congress (APC) stalwart, Arc. Umar Aliyu. A statement signed by his Spokesman, Garba Shehu, said that Buhari joins friends and associates to mourn the talented architect and loyal member of the party. 2.COVID-19: NCDC confirms 318 new cases
President Muhammadu Buhari has sent birthday greetings to the former President, Ibrahim Babangida, wishing him a “long and healthy life”, as he marks his 80th birthday, according to a report released by GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER. Young General Ibrahim Babangida According to the report, the congratulatory message from President Muhammadu Buhari was issued by one of his spokesmen, Malam Garba Shehu, in Abuja on Monday.
Why should a man want to waste another man's life? What on earth is the reason? The rate at which crimes occur is already unbearable, we plead of God almighty to intercede for us. We also need to be security conscious, evil ones roam around looking for innocent souls to devour, we pray God protects us. A report published by the Guardian Newspaper ( two days ago) Had that The Lecturer, Engineer Doctor Karl Aondona Kwaghger who works as an associate professor at Federal University of Agriculture Makurdi was allegedly
These News from Guardian Newspaper And Punch Newspaper will interest you this afternoon. Please before you proceed, click the follow button for more update. 1.Nigerian military says that civilians are hoarding information which is affecting the northeast. The Nigerian military on Monday said civilians hoarding information are making its security operations in the region less effective. The military said while residents do not give them information on activities of insurgents, some of them work as informants
These News from Guardian Newspaper And Punch Newspaper will interest you this morning. Please before you proceed, click the follow button for more update. 1.Over 40 farmers ‘killed in Borno’ — Officials At least 44 rice farmers were killed by suspected members of the Boko Haram while harvesting their crops, a lawmaker and sources have said. Sources in Zabarmari, a Borno community known for rice farming, informed PREMIUM TIMES the farmers were attacked as they were working on a rice field at Garin Kwashebe.
These News from Guardian Newspaper And Punch Newspaper will interest you this afternoon. Please before you proceed, click the follow button for more update. 1.Public Internet access wanes despite N33tr investment • Lagos free Wi-Fi project struggles • Operators to concentrate more services in urban cities • Costs of Smartphones, laptops pose barrier to affordability, access Despite the over $70 billion (N32.9 trillion) worth of investments that have gone into Nigeria’s telecoms sector, availability
These News from Guardian Newspaper And Punch Newspaper will interest you this morning. Please before you proceed, click the follow button for more update. 1.Gunmen kill police, kidnap Chinese expatriate in Ekiti The police command in Ekiti on Friday confirmed the killing of a police officer as gunmen allegedly abducted a Chinese expatriate in Ado Ekiti, the Ekiti State capital. The abductee was one of the engineers working with the Chinese company handling the new Ado-Iyin road. The Command Police Public Relations