Reno Omokri writes an open letter to VP Osinbajo over threatened position
Political analyst and bestselling author, Reno Omokri, has sent an open letter to Nigeria’s Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo over President Muhammadu Buhari’s careless comments on the former’s threatened position. He took to the social media to pen his thoughts on what some might consider joke, saying that truth is... Read more
Shekarau granted bail, allowed to go home
Former Kano state governor, Malam Ibrahim Shekarau, has walked out of the cell of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) detention facility Thursday night after meeting his bail conditions. Media sources learned that Malam Shekarau’s  co-accused persons in the trial, Messrs Ambassador Aminu Wali and Messrs Engineer Mansur Ahmed... Read more
Osinbajo meets thousands of GEEP MarketMoni loan beneficiaries in Kano
The Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo,  yesterday  assessed the progress of the Federal Government GEEP MarketMoni loan scheme that has benefited over 12000 people in Kano. Over 3000 thronged to Sani Abacha stadium to see him. Osinbajo released a statement on twitter: “At the town hall meeting in Kano,... Read more
Numan youths protest herdsmen killings at the National Assembly
Over 200 youths from Numan federation of Adamawa State, yesterday, stormed the National Assembly to protest against perceived endless killings of their people by suspected herdsmen. The Numan youths from Bwatiye tribe came to the National Assembly carrying placards with various inscriptions.They alleged that suspected herdsmen had been attacking... Read more
Peace Corps: Proposed bill dead as Reps refuse to veto Buhari
Hope of reviving Peace Corps may have been dashed, as the House of Representatives on Thursday refused to veto the Corps bill. The bill seeks to turn the Corps into a government para-military agency. The bill which was sponsored by member of the House from Benue, Emmanuel Orker-Jev, failed to pass... Read more
JOHESU strike: You will account for lives lost – Akwa Ibom Govt
The Akwa Ibom Government has warned Joint Health Sector Union (JOHESU) workers that they would give account of any life lost during the period of their strike. The state Commissioner for Health, Dominic Ukpong, issued the warning while fielding questions from reporters in Uyo on Thursday. Mr Ukpong said... Read more
2019: Thousands turn up as young presidential candidate, Sowore Storms Oyo (photos)
It was all joy as a large number of youth shut down Murtala Mohammed international airport, Lagos to welcome their own, Omoyele Sowore on his return to Nigeria. Sowore, who visited Oyo state to seek support, has since his declaration to run for president pulled so many supporters to... Read more
Ex-Governor Jonah Jang granted bail
A former Plateau State Governor, Jonah Jang, has been granted bail. Mr Jang is being prosecuted by the anti-graft agency, EFCC, for allegedly stealing billions of naira of public funds while in office. He has been in prison for about one week based on a court order. He was... Read more
Immigration bill: Trump says he won’t sign unless it includes a wall
United States President, Donald Trump has reiterated his vehement refusal at approving the potential immigration bill, saying there has to be a wall and the bill includes very strong border security before he approves. Recall that during the press conference between Nigerian president, Muhammadu Buhari and Donald Trump, the latter had... Read more
Kwara APC Crises: Lai Mohammed Faction Files Suit Against Saraki
A faction of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kwara State has filed a suit against the group loyal to Senate President, Bukola Saraki. The faction, believed to be peopled by loyalists of the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, is challenging Mr Saraki-led group over the... Read more