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No Decision Yet On Who To Vote As President – Gov Wike

No Decision Yet On Who To Vote As President - Gov Wike

He spoke to counter the impression that a statement attributed to former Transportation Minister Abiye Sekibo on his relationship with Alhaji Atiku Abubakar might have created. According to him, it will be wrong for the former minister to equate his personal relationship to Atiku, who is the presidential candidate of the CONTINUE–READING

Is Davido And Chioma’s Son, Ifeanyi Dead?

Is Davido And Chioma’s Son, Ifeanyi Dead

However, since the news of Ifeanyi’s rumored death became public knowledge, Nigerians, particularly entertainment lovers, had been outraged and traumatised by the development. A number of celebrities, have posted cryptic messages that appear to confirm the death of Ifeanyi. Some of which are comedians Ayo Makun and CONTINUE–READING

Police Arraign Landlady For Killing Tenant, Dumping Corpse In Ondo State

Police Arraign Landlady For Killing Tenant, Dumping Corpse In Ondo State

He also informed the court that after the death of the victim, the defendant invited some people to assist her to throw his corpse in a well in her compound. Wada said the offences contravened sections 516 and 316 of the Criminal Code Law of Ondo State, 2022. The prosecutor, in an application, urged the court to remand the defendant in the CONTINUE–READING

Marketers Protest N185 Per Litre Fuel, Threaten Strike

Marketers Protest N185 Per Litre Fuel, Threaten Strike

They implored the Federal Government to revive all NNPC depots within the Eastern zone to enable them get the premium motor spirit at a regulated price. They also sought the intervention of the Nigerian Labour Congress in appealing to NUPENG to reduce the CONTINUE–READING

Federal Govt Dismisses U.S., UK Terror Alert On Abuja

Federal Govt Dismisses U.S., UK Terror Alert On Abuja

National Security Adviser (NSA) Babagana Monguno and Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) Lucky Irabor stated these at the end of yesterday’s National Security Council meeting in Abuja. They spoke amid security beef-up at the National Assembly Complex and advice by the Christian Association of Nigeria(CAN) to the government not to ignore the CONTINUE–READING