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Goodluck Jonathan Arrives Milan For ECAM Council Meeting

See Photos Of Rochas Okorocha In Court

See Photos Of Rochas Okorocha In Court

Here are photos of Rochas Okorocha in court. EFCC has presented Rochas Okorocha in court for CONTINUE-READING

2023: How Atiku Struck Last-Minute Deal With Tambuwal To Win Ticket

How Atiku Struck Last-Minute Deal With Tambuwal To Win Ticket

It was learnt that two last-minute negotiations with presidential aspirants from the North, especially Sokoto Governor Aminu Tambuwal, gave Atiku the cutting edge over his closest rival, River State Governor Nyesom Wike. The former Vice-President had CONTINUE-READING

EFCC Uncovers Another N90Billion ‘Fraud’ Against Accountant-General

EFCC Uncovers Another N90Billion ‘Fraud’ Against Accountant-General

Idris, who was battling for bail last night, has opened up on some top government officials allegedly involved in some transactions. The EFCC has grilled a Permanent Secretary in connection with CONTINUE-READING

JAMB To Further Screen 27,105 Results Over UTME

JAMB To Further Screen 27,105 Results Over UTME

The Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board said it would further screen 27,105 results of candidates who wrote the 2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination. The board made this known on CONTINUE-READING

Comedienne Helen Paul Becomes Professor

Comedienne Helen Paul Becomes Professor

Popular comedienne Helen Paul has officially become a professor. She becomes Nigeria’s first popular stand-up comedienne to be a professor. She had previously bagged a Ph.D. in Theatre Arts from the CONTINUE-READING

Court Remands Okorocha In EFCC Custody Over Alleged N2.9Billion Fraud

Court Remands Okorocha In EFCC Custody Over Alleged N2.9Billion Fraud

To join Okorocha in EFCC custody is a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and an ally to the ex-governor, Anyim Nyerere Chinenye. Justice Inyang Ekwo gave the order on Monday after Okorocha, Chinenye and five companies were CONTINUE-READING