Wednesday, 28th September 2022
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2 Oct 2015
THE Emir of Kano, Alhaji Muhammadu Sanusi II, on Wednesday urged the Saudi Arabia government to publish details of victims of the Mina stampede on a dedicated website.
2 Oct 2015
SOME Nigerian pilgrims coming through Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, who were returning from this year’s hajj exercise in Saudi Arabia, have narrated the circumstances that led to the death of 64 Nigerians and 240 still missing in the stampede that killed 717 people.
2 Oct 2015
In the fields of science and technology, education, the arts, entertainment, scholarship, and diplomacy, Nigerians have distinguished themselves in spite of the enormous hurdles they encounter everyday. If we could achieve so much under tough conditions, we are capable of achieving even much more in our journey to the Promised Land.
2 Oct 2015
It is on record that the Federal Military Government
immediately accepted these proposals and implemented
them: but it is also well known that the Post Office
vans and postal orders which were sent to the East by
the Federal Government in the implementation of the
committee’s recommendations were seized in Enugu in
further defiance of the Federal Government.

“Ojukwu made no attempt whatsoever to reciprocate.
1 Oct 2015
IN apparent defiance of the Same Sex Prohibition Act which attracts 14 years imprisonment if convicted, homosexuals have continued to display their lifestyle in some parts of Nigeria as a gay party organised in a hotel in Oben community, off Sapele road in Benin City on Tuesday night degenerated into a free for all over allegations that a partner belonging to a particular young man was caught in a compromised position with another male during the party.
1 Oct 2015
PRECISELY 105 days after he was kidnapped, the decomposing body of Dr Paul Erie, a lecturer in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo State was yesterday exhumed in the forest between Orhionmwon and Igueben Local Councils where he was buried by his captors after he allegedly died in their hands.
Tricycle Operators Ground Owerri
30 Sep 2015
TRAGEDY struck again in Umuapu, Ohaji/ Egbema Local Council of Imo State in the early hours of yesterday when a fully-loaded fuel tanker said to have lifted fuel from Port Harcourt, Rivers State to Imo State upturned, emptying the product in the vicinity. But as at the time of filing this report, there were no…
30 Sep 2015
DOG meat consumers have been counselled to be wary of the type of dogs they eat since they stand the risk of being infected with rabies if they eat unvaccinated dogs. They also advised those who keep or rear dogs but cannot vaccinate them appropriately to cease indulging in the dog-rearing business. These counsels were…
30 Sep 2015
• NDLEA anti-narcotics officials abscond with seized drugs TWO officials of the National Drug Law Enforcement ‎Agency, NDLEA, Daniel Goska, ‎a Superintendent of Narcotics, and Ndubuisi Ughor, a Chief Narcotic Agent, who reportedly absconded with drugs confiscated last month, have been declared wanted by the authority. In a statement made available to newsmen in Enugu…
29 Sep 2015
President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday sought the approval of the House of Representatives to obtain 200 million U.S dollars loan from the World Bank for Lagos State. This is contained in a letter to the House of Representatives written by the President and read by the Speaker, Yakubu Dogara, during plenary. According to Dogara, the…
29 Sep 2015
MEMBERS of Journalists Initiatives on Immunisation Against Polio (JAP) have congratulated President Muhammadu Buhari over the nation’s exit from list of polio endemic countries.
28 Sep 2015
A GRANDMOTHER, whose identity is yet to be known,  and a driver simply identified as Ade are in police net  for allegedly dumping the body of a seven-year-old-girl, Iyadun Ajayi, at the back of a house in Esa-Oke, Oriade Local Council of Osun State.


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Presidential Candidate of Labour Party (LP) Peter Obi has promised to end insecurity, poverty and unemployment in Nigeria if elected in 2023.
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Former President, Olusegun Obasanjo has urged religious leaders to stand for truth, justice and equity and push politicians to do the right thing.
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US President Joe Biden appeared Wednesday to believe that a congresswoman, whose death he had marked with a statement in August, was in the audience of a Washington event on food that she had helped launch.
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Wall St Should Look to Adapt to Crypto, Not the Other Way Around VICTORIA, Seychelles, 28 September 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- Ben Zhou, co-founder and CEO of Bybit, the top 3 crypto exchanges in the world by web traffic, has called for the traditional markets to embrace the change being driven by crypto. Speaking at the Pantera…