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- ASUU STRIKE: Pro Chancellors move to reopen Universities
11 December 2013
Former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira has suggested his old club lack the leadership required to last the pace in this season's Premier League title race. Arsenal opened up a five point lead on the chasing pack last weekend after a 1-1 home draw with Everton, yet they face potentially season defining fixtures against Manchester City and Chelsea in the coming weeks.
Now former midfield talisman Vieira has cast doubt over their abilities to fight their way to victories on days when they are not at their best, as he suggested Arsene Wenger's men may be exposed when the going gets tough. "When you look at Arsenal, t...Continue reading..
In, perhaps one of the most shocking developments in the 5-month old ASUU strike, the Federal Government, yesterday, redacted the ultimatum given to the Academic Staff Union of Universities to resume on the 9th of December or face mass sack. The excuse given for this rather stunning reversal was that substantial compliance was recorded from members of the union, therefore rendering any strict action on the part of the Federal government unfair.
While speaking to newsmen yesterday, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Public Affairs, Dr. Doyin Okupe seized the opportunity to provide evidence of the payment of N200 billion into the...
China has put Zhou Yongkang, one of the most powerful politicians of the last decade, under virtual house arrest wh...Zhou is the most senior official to be ensnared in a graft scandal since the Communists came to power in 1949. He was the domestic security tsar and a member of...
India's Supreme Court on Wednesday reinstated a ban on gay sex in the world's largest democracy, following a four-year p...In 2009 the Delhi High Court ruled unconstitutional a section of the penal code dating back to 1860 that prohibits "carnal intercourse against the order of natu...
The meeting which held on Sunday between the Peoples Democratic Party Governors and Presid... continue reading
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's uncle, considered the power behind the throne, is believ... continue reading
The Deputy President of the Nigerian Senate and Chairman, Senate Committee on Constitution... continue reading
A Magistrate Court in Abuja has granted bail to the INEC official for Idemili North, Anamb... continue reading
The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Alhaji Bamanga Tukur has decla... continue reading
Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has rejected protesters' demands that she step dow... continue reading
President Goodluck Jonathan on Sunday night held a crucial meeting with two of the aggriev... continue reading
The APGA flag-bearer, Willie Obiano, being declared the winner of the very controversial A... continue reading
Real Madrid put the seal on a fine Champions League group-stage campaign as they won ... continue reading
Manager David Moyes says he takes "complete responsibility" for Manchester United's recent... continue reading
In one of the most anticipated matches of the week, Bayern Munich will be facing the Engli... continue reading
Kano state Governor, Rabiu Kwakwanso has rewarded the Golden Eaglets with a sum of 9.8 mil... continue reading
GHANA AND NIGERIA Women’s volleyball teams have clinched their tickets to the final ... continue reading
Week fourteen matches will be played tonight as the busy December fixtures in the English ... continue reading
Time magazine named Pope Francis as its Person of the Year on Wednesday, crediting him with shifting the message of the ..."So much of what he has done in his brief nine months in office has really changed the tone of what is coming out of the Vatican," Time Editor Nancy Gibbs said in announcing the choice on NBC television's "Today" program. "He is saying, 'We are about the heali...
Uruguay became the first country to legalize the growing, sale and smoking of marijuana on Tuesday, a pioneering social ...A government-sponsored bill approved by 16-13 votes in the Senate provides for regulation of the cultivation, distribution and consumption of marijuana and is aimed at wresting the business from criminals in the small South American nation. Backers of the law...
Battalions of Ukrainian riot police withdrew on Wednesday from a protest camp after moving against demonstrators overnig...Columns of police left positions around the protesters' main camp in Independence Square and withdrew from state buildings occupied by demonstrators enraged at Yanukovich's decision to spurn an EU trade deal and move Ukraine further into Russia's orbit. Overni...
The Senate on Tuesday reversed its decision to make criticism of the government on social media a crime punishable with ...The proposed law, Section 13, subsection 3 of which stated that “any person who intentionally propagate false information that could threaten the security of the country or that is capable of inciting the general public against the government throu...
A Google Inc commuter bus was blocked in San Francisco's Mission district for about a half hour Monday m..."San Francisco, not for sale" and "Stop evictions now" numbered among the slogans yellow-vested protesters chanted as they surrounded the double-decker bus. Google's offices are in Mountain View, about 34 miles away from the incident. The protest, organized b...
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