Today's Headlines:Tension As Unknown Gunmen Kill Army Major In Dutse, APC Treasurer Speaks About Lai
(Photo Credit: Google) Tension As Unknown Gunmen Kill Army Major In Dutse. Armed robbers have killed an Army Major and injured one other in an operation they carried out at Dutse Local Government Area of Jigawa State. Police spokesman, Asp Lawan Shiisu Adam confirmed the incident to "Daily Post'.
APC Parallel Congresses: Amosun, Aregbesola, Lai may lose out, party to back Governors PHOTO CREDIT: Punch Newspapers There were strong indications on Sunday that in states where parallel congresses were held, the All Progressives Congress would recognise executive councils supported by incumbent governors in the APC states.
Lately, a video showing Nigeria's Minister of Information and Culture (Lai Muhammad) has gone viral. This video went viral because of the contents in it. When the ovation Boss, Sir Dele Momodu, came across the video, he shared it with his followers on Instagram and it stirred a lot of reactions.
The decision by some aggrieved members of the ruling party in Nigeria, All Progressives Congress (APC), to conduct parallel congresses when the party was holding her State Congress to elect new set of state executives could be, easily, described as efforts in futility. Photo Credit: The Tableshakers
The All Progressives Congress is facing some leadership problems in at least two states of the federation. And if the problems drag on till 2023, the political party may inadvertently lose the two states to the People's Democratic Party (PDP) which appears to be ready to take over even at the national level.
Photo: Kwara State Governor Abbdulrahmon Abdulrasaq (L); Minis Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Muhammed (R), culled from Premium Times The political rift between Kwara State Governor Abdulrahmon Abdulrasaq and the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Muhammed has taken a new dimension with the opening of a factional party secretariat of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) by the loyalists of Alhaji Lai Muhammed in Ilorin, Kwara State.
2023: Zoning, not Nigeria’s problem — Gov Ortom FOLLOWING the controversy over the zone to produce presidential candidates in 2023, Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State has said that zoning is not the problem of Nigeria. Photos Credit: Vanguard He said Nigerians should clamour for the best hands to lead the country.
Today's Headlines: Grant them referendum now – Aisha tells Buhari, How We Captured IPOB Leader – Lai
Biafra, Oduduwa: Grant them referendum now – Aisha tells Buhari Photo Credit: Daily Post Aisha Yesufu, a Nigerian activist, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to initiate the process of holding referendums for regions seeking independence from Nigeria. Aisha feels that by initiating the referendum, Buhari could put an end to the agitations.
DESPITE numerous testimonies, Nigerian Minister of Information and Culture Lai Mohammed has repeated false narratives about the brutal killings of unarmed protesters by personnel of the Nigerian Army in Lekki Toll Gate in October 2020. The controversial minister reaffirmed his old rhetorics about the killings which had been widely investigated by media houses within and outside the country and found to be true.
Today's Headlines: There Are Over 30 Separatists Groups In S/East -Abaribe; Lai Speaks About Bandits
There Are Over 30 Separatists Groups In S/East - Abaribe. The Senate Minority Leader, Enyinnaya Abaribe, says aside from IPOB, MASSOB, there are more than 30 separatist organisations in the South-East zone of the country. Photo Credit: Punch Newspapers Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters
Today's Headlines: Buhari govt to lift Twitter ban - Lai; " Buhari wants to return to Twitter "-Deji
"Buhari government to lift Twitter ban" - Lai Mohammed Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, said that very soon, Nigerian government would lift the ban on Twitter operation in the country. Lai Mohammed unveiled this information after the week’s virtual Federal Executive Council meeting at the state house
Reno Omokri, a lawyer, writer and social media influencer has taken to his Facebook page to give a befitting response to a man who accused him of being one of the major problems of Nigeria. Prior to when Reno made a post moment ago, he shared a post to address those who were capitalizing on the expensive designers that the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra(IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu wore when he was arrested on Sunday and brought to Nigeria to continue his trial in court.
Photo Credit To Google Nowhere is safe worldwide if terrorism thrives- Lai Mohammed Photo Credit To Vanguard Newspaper The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, says terrorism is a global issue and no part of the world is safe if it is allowed to pervade in any corner of the world.
Today's Headlines: We Won’t Rest Until Social Media Is Regulated- Lai; Lai Mohammed Speaks on Buhari
Photo Credit To Google [TOP STORY] Lai: We won’t rest until social media is regulated Photo Credit To The Cable Lai Mohammed, minister of information and culture, says the federal government will not rest until social media platforms are regulated. The minister, in an interview with NAN in Washington, on Wednesday, said the dangers of fake news on social media must be taken seriously.
The Federal Government of Nigeria through the Minister of information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed stated that the reported $875m ammunition deal with the United States blocked by some powerful lawmaker is fake news. "We are not aware of any $875m ammunition deal with the United States talk less of being blocked by some lawmakers in that country," Lai said.
Insecurity: Bandits also attack Fulanis – Miyetti Allah The Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria, MACBAN, Fulani tribe are also victims of banditry and cattle rustlers. Haruna Usman Tugga, Chairman of MACBAN made the remark while disclosing that Fulanis were attacked in Atyap Chiefdom of Zangon Kataf Local Government Area of Kaduna State.
Today's Headlines: Adamu Garba Reacts To Claims He Received Money From FG, Lai Speaks On Twitter Ban
Adamu Garba Reacts To Claims He Received Money From FG Former presidential aspirant and businessman, Adamu Garba has reacted to the allegation of receiving N136 million from the Federal Government to develop his Crowwe app. Reacting, Garba in a post he shared via his Facebook account, called for a “party” to shame the “fake news merchants”.
Alhaji Lai Mohammed, who is The Minister of Information and Culture says the rumors online that reports he went to the United States to meet with Twitter executive is a fake news. Lai said in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that his official visit to the United States has nothing to do with social media network.
Lai Mohammed who is the minister of information and culture has come out to debunk the news about him asking Obi Cubana to lend Nigeria money. In a reaction by Lai Mohammed, he tagged the news as fake news. This news was made available to the public on the verified Facebook page of the ministry of information and culture.
If You Are Using VPN And You Think You Are Hurting Lai Muhammed, You Are Hurting Yourself — Lai Says
Nigeria's Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Muhammed has urged Nigerians that are accessing social media via the use of virtual private network(VPN), especially those using it to bypass federal government's ban on Twitter. By definition, virtual private network popularly known as VPN is an opportunity to set up a protected network connection when using a public network.