WITHDRAW ISLAMIC MEMBERSHIP OF NIGERIA TO ISLAMIC ORGANIZATIONS – CAN

ISLAMISATION: Nigeria Should Withdraw Her Membership of OIC, other Islamic Organisations – CAN …Islamisation agenda is real …Decries non payment of wages to workers …Calls on Govts to repair roads, stop medical tourism …Asks FG to revive the Interreligious Council Christian leaders in the country Tuesday called on the National Assembly to list all international…

WITHDRAW ISLAMIC MEMBERSHIP OF NIGERIA TO ISLAMIC ORGANIZATIONS – CAN

ISLAMISATION: Nigeria Should Withdraw Her Membership of OIC, other Islamic Organisations – CAN …Islamisation agenda is real …Decries non payment of wages to workers …Calls on Govts to repair roads, stop medical tourism …Asks FG to revive the Interreligious Council Christian leaders in the country Tuesday called on the National Assembly to list all international…

BAYELSA CHIEF OF STAFF IN A MONUMENTAL CORRUPTION SCANDAL

A civil Society Organisation has raised an alarm over what they termed as “Massive Fraud” being carried out by the Chief of staff to the Bayelsa State Governor, MR TALFORD ONGOLO. The Group noted that Mr Talford has questions to answer over the #350 Million Naira collected for the Purchase of Automated Machines for Local…

Nyako and Son Stole 1.2 Billion Naira 

​ The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Friday, through its seventh witness, presented documents in court to show the transfer of about N1,384,525,000 allegedly diverted from the Adamawa State government, during the tenure of Murtala Nyako, to the account of Crust Energy Limited. Mr. Nyako, a former governor of the state, is facing…

The Arrogant Hameed Ali And The Senate – Fani-Kayode 

​ Retired Colonel Hameed Ali, the Comptroller General of the Nigerian Customs Service, is a proud and stubborn man. His disdain for others and insufferable arrogance is not only vexatious to the spirit but also downright nauseating. Someone should remind him that the Holy Bible says “the Lord resists the proud and exalts the humble”….

Hardship: Calabar Residents Patronises Old Clothes For Xmas 

​The current economic recession in the country has driven some residents of Calabar in Cross River State to patronise fairly used clothes for the Yuletide, the News Agency of Nigeria reports. Many households, especially women now go for used clothes for themselves and their children due to the high cost of new ones. A resident, Mrs Eunice told…

Nigerian Nurse Honored By Queen Elizabeth 

​ Dame Elizabeth Nneka Anionsu, a British-born Nigerian nurse, health expert and tutor was honoured with the Commander of the Order of British Empire by Queen Elizabeth ii towards her contributions to the united kingdom’s health sector. Dame Elizabeth, who was born on July 2, 1947 in Birmingham U K to an Irish mother, Mary…

Don’t be an ingrates Mbeki to South Africans 

​ Former South African President, Thabo Mbeki, has condemned the current xenophobic attack on Nigerians and other foreigners in different parts of South Africa. While calling on the country’s security agencies to up their game, the former President called on communities to report criminal activities to the appropriate quarters. His words, “I must express my…

Bombs Don’t Just Fall Off Jets: Donald Ekpo 

In his open letter to President Muhammadu Buhari, Donald asked 7 sensitive questions about Rann Bombing and joined other Nigerians to call for thorough investigation of incident.  Full letter below  Bombs dont just fall off Jets, no matter the threat, there are rules of engagement in air strikes, … you fly over areas of threat…

Buhari leaves for UK vacation – Femi Adesina 

President Muhammadu Buhari leaves for the United Kingdom today on a short leave, which is part of his annual vacation. He is expected to resume work on February 6, 2017. During the vacation, the President will also undergo routine medical check-ups. In line with Section 145 (1) of the 1999 Constitution (as amended), the President…

Adamawa Got N11 Billion From Lodon-Paris Club Loan Refund 

​ FG The Federal Government has released N388.304 billion out of N522.74 billion to 35 states as refunds of over-deductions on London-Paris Club loans. Topping the list of states with the hugest reimbursements are states controlled by the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), contrary to their claims that they were being financially oppressed by the…