Reps probe closure of CSOs, NGOs, donor agencies in North East
U.S. visa ban stems from misinformation, says Adeyemi The House of Representatives, yesterday, disclosed that it will probe the closure of some Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), donor agencies and development partners in the North East region. Chairman, House Committee on Civil Societies and Development Partners, Kabir Idris, stated this during an oversight…
Re: Beyond sack of service chiefs
I read the article of the above caption in your 20th August, 2020 edition. The article was eminently and scholarly written by Victor Mayomi and I wish to make this rejoinder thereto.
North East states move to pass VAPP bill into law
To end violence against women and children in the North East, Houses of Assembly speakers of the region’s six states are fast-tracking the passage of the Violence Against Persons Prohibition (VAPP) bill.
Fleeing terrorists moving to North West with high-tech weapons, says DHQ
There is a possibility that bands of fleeing terrorists from the North East are migrating to the North West and North Central zones with sophisticated weapons and turning to armed bandits...
VSF earmarks N1 billion to fight coronavirus in North East
Victims Support Fund (VSF) has earmarked N1 billion as palliative for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the North East as the world battles the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
650,000 IDPs may suffer mental disorder in North East
The World Health Organisation (WHO) North East Emergency Manager, Dr. Collins Owili, has said with the prevalence of mental illness among 24.5 million Nigerians, 650, 000...
Public extortion: HEDA asks volunteers to monitor soldiers in North East
Following the accusation of uniform men extorting commuters on highways in the Northeast, an anti-corruption group, Human and Environmental Development Agenda...
Troops overrun Boko Haram terrorists with indigenous MRAP, free more captives in North East
The Nigerian Army says, its troops in the North East theatre of operations have tested the recently inducted indigenous Mines Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles against Boko Haram terrorists