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Protesting Youths Threaten To Shut Down Power Station In Akwa Ibom

4 days ago /
Nation 

Youths of Atan Ikot Okoro community in Essien Udim Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom state have appealed to the federal government to commence payment of compensation for buildings affected by the leave of way linking the 330kva power substation situated in the area.

Cameroon Court Frees Anti-Biya Activists

1 week ago /

A court in the Cameroonian city of Douala has struck out charges against an opposition leader and 52 of his supporters who had been protesting against the re-election of 85-year old president Paul Biya.

Ooni Meets Ghana’s Ex-President, Preaches African Unity

2 weeks ago /
Nation 

The Ooni of Ife, Enitan Ogunwusi, says Africa remains one big family despite boundaries between countries and communities.

Presidency Rejects Jonathan’s Claim On Corruption

2 weeks ago /
Nation 

The Presidency has rejected claims by former President Goodluck Jonathan that there is more corruption in Nigeria compared to when he left office.

PDP Must Show Remorse – APC

4 weeks ago /
Nation  Politics 

The All Progressives Congress has challenged the Peoples Democratic Party to engage the electorate on serious issues of development such as health, education and economy rather than deploying the strategy of fake news and distortion of facts for campaigns.

Zimbabwe Military Denies Post-Poll Killings

1 month ago /

Zimbabwe’s military has told a commission of inquiry that its soldiers did not kill civilians during protests in the capital, Harare, that erupted after the contentious 30 July poll.

D.R. Congo Opposition Coalition Crumbles

1 month ago /

The leader of the largest opposition party in Democratic Republic of Congo, Felix Tshisekedi, has withdrawn his support to put forward a joint opposition candidate for the election to be held on December 22.

Imo State Signs MoU With Chinese Company On Power Generation

1 month ago /
Nation 

Imo state government, south east Nigeria has signed a memorandum of understanding; MoU with a Chinese company on power generation and agro based ventures.

Nigeria’s D’Tigress Face U.S. In Quarter Final Of FIBA World Cup

2 months ago /
Nation 

Nigeria’s D’Tigress will attempt to take their record breaking feat at the FIBA women’s world cup in the canary island, Tenerife, Spain a step further when they face reigning champions the United States of America in Friday’s quarter final.

Ekweremadu Indicts Army, Police, Others Of Aiding And Abetting Vote Buying

2 months ago /
Nation 

Deputy President of the senate, Ike Ekweremadu has accused the military and other security agencies of providing cover for those involved in the illicit business of buying and selling of votes in Nigeria.

CJN Onnoghen Decries Lawyers’ Desperation For S.A.N. Title

2 months ago /
Nation 

The chief justice of Nigeria, CJN, Walter Onnoghen has decried what he calls, the desperate bid by some lawyers to get the prestigious rank of senior advocate of Nigeria, SAN, even to the extent of forging court judgements in their favour.

Iran Says U.S. Withdrawal From Nuclear Deal Threatens Middle East Peace

2 months ago /
International News 

Iran’s atomic chief says the U.S. withdrawal from the nuclear deal struck between the country and major powers is “doomed” to seriously affect peace and security in the Middle East,

 

India, Nigeria To Collaborate In Power Sector

3 months ago /
Nation 

India is to increase collaboration with Nigeria in power transmission, distribution and agriculture.

UN Brokered Libyan Truce Collapses

3 months ago /
International News 

The truce brokered by the United Nations and an armed faction in control of Tripoli has collapsed. This has led to the closure of the only working airport in the Libyan capital, only days after it re-opened.

Delta State Takes Its Engineers Back To Classroom Over Failed Roads

3 months ago /
Nation 

In its bid to confront challenges of substandard roads and failed projects in the niger delta region, delta state government has organized a two-day training workshop for civil engineers in the state’s ministry of works.

Ugandan Opposition MP Charged With Treason

3 months ago /

An opposition Ugandan lawmaker was charged with treason on Thursday over his alleged role in the stoning of President Yoweri Museveni’s convoy this month.

Presidency Denies Report Of Pressure On Buhari To Drop Presidential Bid

4 months ago /
Nation  Politics 

The presidency says that there is no pressure on President Muhammadu Buhari to drop his second term bid for the presidency contrary to media speculations.

Jihadists Force Polling Stations To Close In Mali Presidential Run –Off

4 months ago /
International News 

Government officials have said that threats by jihadist militants forced hundreds of polling stations in Mali to shut down during Sunday's presidential run-off.

Mali Hold Second Round Of Elections

4 months ago /

The first round of elections in Mali on July 29 was marred by armed attacks and other security incidents at about a fifth of polling places, as well as opposition charges of fraud.

Akpabio: True Test Of Loyalty, Akwa Ibom And The People

4 months ago /

Barring any last minute change of mind, former senate minority leader, senator Godswill Obot Akpabio will defect from the opposition PDP to the ruling APC today in what is tagged a 'mega rally' by the APC to officially receive the erstwhile Governor.


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