Group urges FG to intervene in Nigerian prisoners’ plight in Togo
A group Global Society for Anti-Corruption (GSAC), has urged the Federal Government to intervene in the plight of over 200 Nigerians allegedly languishing in various prisons in the Togo Republic.
Guinea’s foreign policy at a glance in last 62 years
Since its independence was proclaimed on October 2nd 1958 after the historical “NO” to French-African Community proposal, the first independent former French colony in SSA
Construction of railway to Niger Republic economically driven, not political, says Amaechi
Following discordant tunes as to why the Federal Government approved funds for linking rail lines to Niger Republic, Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi has explained that the idea behind the construction of the rail line from Kano to Maradin in the Niger Republic was purely economical rather than political. Amaechi, who disclosed this through his…
Adeniyi: We removed Akintoye because he cannot lead Yoruba anywhere
Akogun Tola Adeniyi is a media guru and one of the founders of Yoruba World Congress (YWC). In this interview, he spoke with MUYIWA ADEYEMI (Head, South West) on the infiltrations of politicians with intent to hijack YWC, the mission and vision of the global group, which is apolitical and why its protem leader, Prof.…
Nigeria’s curious electricity export
Most Nigerians may not be aware of the government’s exports of electricity to some West African countries. As a matter of fact, many can swear that the government
Immigration arrest 14 Togolese, 10 Nigerians at Ogun border
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Ogun Command, has arrested 14 Togolese and 10 Nigerians at Ajilete and Ilase border posts in the state.
53 more Nigerian returnees from Ghana, Benin Republic arrive Seme border
Another batch of 53 Nigerian returnees from Ghana and Benin Republic arrived Seme Border Post in Lagos State on Saturday, the News Agency of Nigeria reports (NAN) reports
COVID-19: Passengers stranded as Benin Republic closes border
Hundreds of passengers were stranded in Seme on Saturday as the Benin Republic closed its border over the global coronavirus pandemic.
Togo confirms first coronavirus case
Togo on Friday confirmed its first case of the novel coronavirus after a 42-year-old woman tested positive following her return from a trip to Benin, Germany, France and Turkey.