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How Cultists Murdered 5 OAU Students In 1999 And Nobody Got Punished

Around 4:30 A.M on Saturday, 10th of July, 1999, there was a violent attack at the Obafemi Awolowo University in Ile-Ife, Osun State.Reports say the attack was perpetrated by 40 masked members of the Black Axe Confraternity who wore black trousers, black T-shirts and face masks. Around 4:30 A.M on Saturday, 10th of July, 1999, […]

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17 States That Will Witness Thunderstorm In Nigeria

The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NIMET) has predicted that various regions in Nigeria will experience thunderstorms from Wednesday, February 28, to Thursday, February 29. The northern region is expected to have sunny weather with patches of clouds, while the North Central cities are anticipated to have sunny weather with isolated thunderstorms in parts of the Federal

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Peter Obi Reacts Over FG’s Decision On Oronsaye Report Implementation

A prominent politician Peter Obi has expressed support for the Federal Government’s decision to implement the Oronsaye report. Obi, known for his thoughtful approach, emphasized that being in opposition should not lead to blind and thoughtless criticisms. This statement was made on his official social media handle earlier today.The move to implement the Oronsaye report

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Former Nigerian Minister And Renowned Scholar Dies At 81

Early Life and Education Dr. Osuji, a distinguished figure in academia and former Nigerian minister, passed away at the age of 81 on Wednesday morning. Born on January 20, 1942, he pursued his education diligently, attending prestigious institutions such as Holy Ghost College, Government College, the University of Nigeria in Nsukka, and the University of

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FG Speaks On Sacking Thousands Of Workers Affected By Tinubu’s New Order

Amidst the directive by Tinubu to implement Steve Oronsaye’s report, which is anticipated to impact thousands of workers in various agencies, the Minister of Information and National Orientation, Mohammed Idris, has clarified the federal government’s position. Idris emphasized that the government does not intend to retrench workers but aims to enhance efficiency in the civil

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APC Send Powerful Message To Governor Makinde For Attacking Tinubu

The Oyo State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has strongly criticized Governor Seyi Makinde for his condemnation of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s decision to remove the subsidy on Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), commonly known as fuel or petrol. In a statement released through its Publicity Secretary, Wasiu Olawale Sadare, the APC expressed disapproval

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China’s Master Plan To Crush Elon Musk And Do What Japanese Automakers Did In The U.S

Chinese electric-car maker BYD, backed by Warren Buffett, has surpassed Tesla as the best-selling EV maker globally, marking a significant shift in the automotive industry. Elon Musk, who once dismissed Chinese automakers as non-competitive, is now acknowledging the threat they pose to American car manufacturers. This transformation underscores China’s rapid ascendance in the EV market

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Revealed: Trump Official ‘last Words’ Before Going To Jail

In early February, The Gateway Pundit reported that a federal judge denied former Trump aide Dr. Peter Navarro’s request to avoid prison while awaiting an appellate court decision. Navarro, aged 74, faced a conviction of criminal contempt of Congress in September for refusing to comply with a subpoena related to Liz Cheney’s January 6 investigation. He

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[VIDEO] FG To Shut Down Third Mainland Bridge Today, Reveals Time

The Federal Ministry of Works has announced a total shutdown of the Third Mainland Bridge in Lagos for reconstruction works. Engr (Mrs) Olukorede Kesha, the Federal Controller of Works, Lagos, stated that the closure will commence from 12pm on Wednesday, February 28, and last until 12pm on Thursday, February 29, 2024. This critical 24-hour period

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Dele Farotimi Reacts After Arabambi Accused Peter Obi Of Appointing Only Igbos As His Spokespersons

During a recent appearance on ARISE News, Labour Party National Secretary Abayomi Arabambi levied criticism against Presidential Candidate Peter Obi, claiming that he had appointed solely Igbo individuals as spokespeople while excluding representation from Yoruba and Hausa communities. This assertion was met with strong opposition from Obi’s campaign spokesperson, Dele Farotimi, who condemned ARISE News

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President Tinubu Scraps EFCC, ICPC, NTA, NCC, Several Others (See Full List)

President Bola Tinubu has ordered the immediate scrapping of numerous agencies as part of the full implementation of the Stephen Oronsaye panel’s report on civil service reform. The decision aims to streamline and reduce the cost of governance, with a focus on eliminating duplicated functions and improving efficiency. The Oronsaye report, submitted in 2012, revealed

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Nigerian Newspapers Highlights: 10 Things You Need To Know Tuesday Morning

5Here are the top stories making headlines in Nigerian newspapers this Tuesday: 1 Cost of Governance: The Federal Executive Council (FEC) has approved the adoption of the Oronsaye Report to reduce the cost of governance. The decision follows the FEC meeting presided over by President Bola Tinubu. 2 Customs Suspends Sale of Seized Food Items:

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Federal High Court Halts Telecom Operators’ Plan to Deactivate Unlinked SIM Cards

In response to a lawsuit filed by Lagos-based lawyer Olukoya Ogungbeje, Justice Ambrose Lewis-Allagoa of the Federal High Court in Lagos issued an interim injunction preventing telecommunication companies in Nigeria from disabling unregistered SIM cards ahead of the planned deadline set for February 28, 2024. Ogungbeje sought the injunction pending the outcome of his appeal

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[VIDEO] “During Hard Times As It Is Now You Must Not Stop To Pay Your Tithe And Quality Offering” – Ibiyeomie

Nigerian cleric and Senior Pastor at Salvation Ministries, Port Harcourt, David Ibiyeomie, has emphasized the importance of maintaining faithful observance of biblical covenants, particularly regarding tithing and offering, during difficult economic times. In a recent sermon shared via social media platforms like Facebook, Pastor Ibiyeomie highlighted the reliability and dependability of God’s covenant, asserting that

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Military Coup: “High Alert” Placed In Aso Rock, Brigades Under Watch – Nigerian army react

On Sunday, there were reports claiming that the presidential guards have been placed on “high alert” over suspicions of a coup plot in Nigeria. The report said key brigades were under watch as the Commander of the Presidential Guards Brigade, Col. Adebisi Onasanya held meetings with Tinubu and his… The Nigerian Army has said the

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Biafra: DSS Take Over Court As Nnamdi Kanu’s Trial Begins [VIDEO]

Operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS) have taken over security inside and outside the Federal High Court in Abuja as the trial of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, resumes today. The Supreme Court’s ruling on December 15, 2023, mandated the continuation of Kanu’s trial on terrorism charges, following

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Nnamdi Kanu Makes Surprise Move As Trial Resumes At Federal High Court In Abuja

The leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has opted for new legal representation as his trial resumes at the Federal High Court in Abuja. A fresh legal team led by Alloy Ejimakor will now spearhead Kanu’s defense against the 7-count charges, replacing the previous team led by Chief Mike Ozekhome

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IPOB Reacts As Gowon Glorify’s Himself For Massacring Igbos

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has accused the former Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon (retired) of carrying out a genocide. The group claimed that the former nation’s leader was responsible for leading the second bloodiest genocide after the Israeli Holocaust against the Igbos. Speaking via its spokesman, Emma Powerful, IPOB insisted that the

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Igbo Genocide: Archbishop Exposes Root Causes Of Ongoing Banditry In Northern Nigeria

The Emeritus Archbishop of Enugu Anglican Diocese, Most Rev Prof Emmanuel Chukwuma, claims that the ongoing banditry and kidnapping in northern Nigeria is divine retribution for historical wrongdoing against the Igbo people. During an interview with Vanguard, the reverend revealed his belief that the Nigerian Civil War, particularly the events in Asaba, constituted a real genocide

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Why Nigerians Will Never Stop Suffering And Pains – Obasanjo

Nigeria’s ex-president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, has delivered a stark warning during an appearance at the public launch of Dr. Umar Ardo’s book “Court and Politics.” In his address, Obasanjo highlighted the country’s ongoing challenges, attributing them largely to poor resource management and insufficient productivity amongst its citizens. The former president stressed the need to decentralize

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Nigerian Newspapers: Top 10 Things You Need To Know This Sunday Morning

Here are 10 things you need to know from Nigerian newspapers this Sunday morning, February 25, 2024: 1 Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Lateef Fagbemi, SAN, has urged the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, to shelve their proposed nationwide protest. In a letter addressed to the counsel for the NLC, Femi Falana, SAN, dated February 23,

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Qatar: Next Move As FG Debunks Report On Rejecting Tinubu

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu is set to visit Qatar on March 2-3, as confirmed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, debunking reports that Qatari authorities had rejected his proposed visit. The Ministry clarified that the visit will proceed as scheduled, emphasizing the strong and longstanding bilateral relations between Nigeria and Qatar. Despite a leaked memo

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Qatar Govt Gives 2 Strong Reasons For Rejecting Tinubu’s Business Meeting Request

Qatar has rejected Nigerian President Bola Tinubu’s invitation to attend a high-profile business and investment forum scheduled for March 2–3. The Gulf nation cited two primary reasons for their decision: the absence of a legally binding investment promotion agreement between both countries and conflicting schedules within their ministries. President Tinubu’s proposal aimed to strengthen bilateral

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