Thunderbolt strikes man to death in Edo
A middle-aged man simply identified as Edafe was yesterday struck dead by a thunderbolt at a building site in Benin City, Edo State.
HURIWA wants forensic investigation into rape, murder of Omozuwa in Benin Church
The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) has called on the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu to immediately constitute a team of investigators and speedily bring the perpetrators of the killer of Miss Vera Uwaila Omozuwa, a 100 level Microbiology student of University of Benin, by unknown persons, in a church in Benin City to book.
Benin votes in controversial poll despite virus
Benin staged local elections minus key opposition parties on Sunday with authorities pushing ahead despite the coronavirus threat and calls for a delay.
Benin set for controversial local poll despite virus
Benin gears up to hold local elections without key opposition parties Sunday as the authorities push ahead with the vote despite the coronavirus threat and calls for a delay.
Three killed in fresh Edo cult attack
- Group seeks probe of N70b loan, Okomu Oil donates to communities There is palpable tension in Edo State following the killing of three cultists by a rival group on Tuesday night in parts of Benin City It was gathered that the incidents took place in Ogida and Uwelu axis of the ancient city. The…
Edo guber aspirant, Ize-iyamu pledges support for credible primary
A governorship aspirant of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Edo State, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu at the weekend assured that there will be no hard feelings should he lose in the party’s primary
Queen Iden: Selfless intercessor
Iden, a queen consort, was an epitome of love, beauty, courage, support and faithfulness. She was one of the wives (Oloris) of Idova, crowned Oba of Benin with the titular name of Ewuakpe.
Promoting unity in African institutions for growth, development
How to address the common regional challenges and strengthen institutional capacities, deliver high-quality training and research were the focus of a four-day dialogue