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2 Aug
Those Nigerians who once thought that the Buhari presidency would take our country to a destination better than this forlorn outpost of stasis, anarchy and overwhelming misery now know better
11 Dec 2021
Retired, Nigerian Army Major General, Paul Tarfa has warned the Federal Government about the dangers associated with the prevalence of security threats in the country.
3 May 2021
The criminals behind the abduction of 23 Greenfield University students and staff have threatened to kill the remaining students of the Kaduna-based institution in their captivity if by Tuesday government fails to pay the ransom they had earlier demanded. In an interview with the Hausa Service of the Voice of America, the bandits behind the…
4 Apr 2021
The Interfaith Dialogue Forum for Peace (IDFP) has called on Federal Government and religious leaders to work together to address
6 Feb 2021
Civil rights activist and former Senator representing Kaduna Central Zone, Shehu Sani has said that while the criminal activities of armed bandits in the country is indefensible...
28 Jan 2021
Nine persons have reportedly lost their lives and dozen others injured following attack by gunmen Wednesday night, at Unguwar Sarki, Shema village, in Faskari Local Government Area of Katsina State. The gunmen, suspected to be bandits, attacked the community at about 11 pm and operated into the early hours of Thursday morning. A source said…
11 Oct 2020
President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, cautioned Nigerians against making unguarded utterances capable of jeopardising the nation’s unity.
16 Mar 2020
Suspected Boko Haram terrorists on motorcycles and gun trucks attacked Ngururi community and killed three people in Jere Council of Borno State.
13 Feb 2020
Sixteen out of the 21 people killed in Kaduna state on Wednesday were from the same family, multiple media sources said. Some of the victims were locked up and burnt in their house by the armed bandit who invaded their village. A number of other people were shot dead when dozens of the unknown gunmen…
30 Oct 2019
Despite a bill prescribing death sentence and life imprisonment for kidnappers in Taraba State, which was recently signed into law by the state governor, Architect Darius Ishaku...
20 Apr 2019
Plateau State Governor Simon Lalong has urged Christians to pray for the country’s leaders and for it to overcome its numerous challenges. Lalong, in his Easter goodwill message signed by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Mark Longyen, yesterday, said: “True Christianity places on our shoulders, the responsibility of praying ceaselessly and fervently for our…
9 Aug 2018
A group in Edo State, Esan Peoples Renaissance Union, has launched a vigilance body to check herdsmen’s attacks and insecurity. Chairman of the union, Joel Aidemebor, said the group called Esan Ohue Vigilante, would collaborate with security agencies to check criminal activities in the area. He disclosed this at Uromi, in Esan North East Local…


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President Muhammad Buhari on Tuesday pointedly accused the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) of complicity in the menace of corruption in the tertiary education sector in the country.
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A Senior Advocate of Nigeria and the managing partner, Alliance Law Firm, Lagos, Uche Val Obi has said that the 2022 edition of his firm’s yearly lecture will focus on “Developing Nigeria Through Philanthropy.”
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