The recently released Abducted Dapchi School girls coming with multiple denials from Nigeria government that never was a ransom paid before their release has taken another twist this time, as the united nation says “Large ransom” was actually paid in releasing those girls.
Friday, 17 August 2018
Thursday, 16 August 2018
A community along GRA quarters in Sagamu Ogun state is now in turmoil as dwellers in its vicinities was disrupted by hoodlums known as land grabbers, who stormed the area as residents fled their homes.
This is as ogun state governor; senator ibikunle Amosun had signed a bill into law which prescribes 25 years imprisonment or death sentence for anyone found guilty of land grabbing.
*As Secret Arraignment of Premium times Journalist Attract Protest*
Benue state governor, Samuel Ortom, on Wednesday had criticized the continued persecution by the economic and financial crime commission over its latest demands among several others, requesting the state to provide minutes of its security meetings.
Ortom who spoke through his chief press secretary, Trever Akase, claimed that the commission had continued to ground the state government with invitations of government official to EFCC’s office
Wednesday, 15 August 2018
The independent National Electoral Commission has approved another twenty-three new political parties in addition to the existing fifty-seven political parties.
In a statement made available to journalists and signed by Mohammed Haruna, INEC National commissioner, noted that the commission received 144 applications from political associations seeking registration as political parties.
Tuesday, 14 August 2018
Police Nabbed Two Notorious Traffic Bandits Terrorizing Maza Maza Mile-Two Route, A Lagos Metropolis.
Two Notorious Traffic Bandits had entered the trap of Lagos state police command after having all its time terrorizing pedestrians and passengers that engages and disengages from mostly commercial vehicles plying mile two Maza Maza route within Lagos metropolis
The tussle over senate presidency on who should wear the crown after the gale of defections that took place in the Senate is far from being settled as Senate president Bukola Saraki is said to have held a closed-door meeting with former president Olusegun Obasanjo at his penthouse corner within Olusegun Obasanjo’s library in Abeokuta.
Monday, 13 August 2018
How Nemesis Caught-up With A Thief Trying To Escape Arrest As Police picked Suspected Rapist In Lekki
One Thing is certain, for every bad deed; there is a day for nemesis. This was exactly how a suspected thief meets his Waterloo while trying to escape within Maryland metropolis.
Sunday, 12 August 2018
Photo Speak:Acting President Osinbajo@The National Biennial Conference Of Students Christian Movement Of Nigeria
"Very rarely do you hear our preachers talk about corruption from their pulpits. If a nation is not righteous nothing will help it.
Words of Acting President Yemi Osinbajo, challenging gospel preachers to lend their support to the Federal Government’s anti-corruption war by preaching against the scourge. The Acting President spoke at the 30th National Biennial Conference of the Students Christian Movement (SCM) of Nigeria in Enugu.
In this interview with Delta State Radio Broadcasting service; Former National Secretary, Nigeria Environmental Society, (NES) and Pioneer Secretary of Association of Professional Bodies of Nigeria (APBN) Delta state chapter, Tpl Paul Akporowho Bares his mind on the significant roles inhabitants as stakeholders must play in allegiance with their lawmakers essentially from oil producing communities to push for an act that will compel oil explorers to pay for every pollution it would have caused on the oil-rich Region of Niger-Delta if it must survive the lingering issues of Environmental pollution of its ecosystem as a result of Pipeline vandalism and other alternative solution. Challenges of Meeting the demands of the Department of Petroleum Resources’ cumbersome Criteria on Modular Refineries proposed by the Federal Government within Niger-delta, manmade and natural disaster. Other Discussion centred on Challenges on equity shares with Technical Partners on modular refinery with communities, Title Documents issues, contingency fund and what the inhabitants of the region are appealing for. Olusegun Ariyo Provides the excerpts
The politics of oil management in Nigeria is more complex, deeper than what some of us can imagine, therefore, it is the responsibility our inhabitants essentially in the Niger-Delta region to engage our legislators and stakeholders for us to ensure that our concerns for the challenges of pollution are enacted, guided under the principle of polluters pay by making it an act of the parliament. Paul Akporowho made this disclosure in a discussion With Topic: ‘’Impact On Oil Pollution on Niger-Delta environment’’ with Delta State Broadcasting service on its regular interactive Programme with Theme “Clean And Beautiful Delta”, a weekly Programme that pushes for sustainable environmental development of the state
BY-Elections: APC Wins Katsina, Police Says Its Has Arrested Five Suspects in Bauchi, As Two Reportedly Died In Kogi
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) This mourning had declared the Candidate of All Progressive Congress (APC) Ahmed Baba Kaita as the winner of the Saturday Senatorial By-election in Katsina state