Vulnerable citizens to get food, medication worth N1b from VSF
Chairman of the Victims Support Fund (VSF), Gen. Theophilus Danjuma (rtd), has inaugurated the VSF Task Force on COVID-19, to provide palliatives to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and other vulnerable groups in the country.
Retired generals’ waning influence in Nigeria’s political landscape
By the year 1999, they were all over the place. Despite the much-expected transition from military rule to multi-party democracy, members of the Nigeria Armed Forces...
Nigeria Academy of Pharmacy holds investiture September 12
The Nigeria Academy of Pharmacy would on September 12 honour two distinguished Nigerians with Lifetime Achievement Award and Honourary Fellowship...
Disturbing Plateau killings
Over 200 persons have been reportedly killed and over 50 houses razed down in renewed attacks in 11 villages in three local government areas of Plateau State, namely: Barkin Ladi, Riyom and Jos South...
Danjuma's committee begins distribution of farming inputs
To avert severe hunger in the north-east region ravaged by the Boko Haram sect, chairman of the Victims Support Funds (VSF), Theophilus Danjuma, has begun the distribution of N320 million assorted wet season farming inputs to victims of insurgency in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states. Speaking yesterday in Guluk, the Madagali local headquarters in Adamawa…
May & Baker gets approval to raise N3b new capital, sale of asset
May & Baker Nigeria Plc will soon launch its much-awaited rights issue as shareholders of the healthcare company, at the weekend, approved the increase in the authorised share capital of the company to N3 billion.
Taraba women protest alleged army brutality, call for scrapping of operation Ayem Akpatuma
Takum Council, the country home of the former minister of Defence, Gen. Theophilus Danjuma (rtd) in Taraba State was yesterday taken over by women, who the throng the streets in their numbers to protest against what they described as “army’s brutality” of innocent citizens.
Presidential aide cautions against ‘unguarded remarks’
The Presidency has appealed to prominent Nigerians with national influence to refrain from public declarations that could inflame emotions and threaten national security.
We have lost confidence in security forces to protect us, say Taraba officials
The Taraba State Government has corroborated the earlier allegation by former minister of Defence, Gen Theophilus Danjuma, that Nigerian military...