BREAKING NEWS IN NIGERIA This Morning, Sunday, 25 December, 2022

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I Lost Two Children To Sickle Cell – President Buhari

Gov Wike Shuts Down Atiku Campaign Office In Rivers State

Gov Wike Shuts Down Atiku Campaign Office In Rivers State

The Rivers State PDP presidential campaign council, which made this known, noted that the office which is located in GRA Port Harcourt was sealed off in the early hours of Friday. The PDP Presidential Campaign Council in Rivers said it had written an application seeking approval to use the office premise for CONTINUE-READING

Gunmen Kill Two Vigilante Operatives In Anambra (Photos)

Unknown gunmen have killed two vigilante operatives in Umuoru Uga village in Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State. The victims identified as Elochukwu popularly known as Ogbaka Ekwu and Comrade Abiriwa, both members of Umuora Uga vigilante group, were abducted at CONTINUE-READING

Police Foil Bank Robbery, Smashes 9-Man Gang In Calabar

Police Foil Bank Robbery, Smashes 9-Man Gang In Calabar

Vanguard gathered the suspected bank robbery syndicate has been carrying out their nefarious operations around EPZ, Harbor road, Ikot Ansa as well as Esuk Utan. A security source who didn’t want his name in Print told Sunday Vanguard that the suspects infiltrated an old-generation bank (name withheld) with the CONTINUE-READING

Peter Obi To Celebrate Christmas With Kogi IDPs

Peter Obi To Celebrate Christmas With Kogi IDPs

DAILY POST reports that the Labour Party’s (LP) presidential candidate, Peter Obi, says he will spend his Christmas at the Internally Displaced Persons’ camps in Idah and Ibaji, Kogi State. This was contained in a statement signed by Ahmed Mohammed, the Kogi State chairman of the party, and made available to journalists in Lokoja by the CONTINUE-READING

Ekiti Govt Seals Off Petrol Station For Selling Above Pump Price

Ekiti State government has shut down TOS Filling Station Olora along Federal Housing Road, Ado Ekiti for unwholesome and sharp practice. Speaking on the reason while the petrol station was sealed off, Chairman, Petroleum Products Task Force, Mr Israel Adesokan said the CONTINUE-READING