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Nigeria: Makarfi to Run for President in 2019
Nigeria: Makarfi to Run for President in...

Nigeria: Makarfi to Run for President in 2019

“After wide consultations with party men and women as well as other major stakeholders, I have decided to seek the party’s nomination to contest the poll.” With this announcement, the former governor of Kaduna State and former Senator threw in his hat into the race for the Presidency... read more »

Breaking: Ex-Plateau State Governor, Joshua Dariye Sentenced to 14 Years Imprisonment
Breaking: Ex-Plateau State Governor, Jos...

Breaking: Ex-Plateau State Governor, Joshua Dariye Sentenced to 14 Years Im...

Mr Joshua Dariye, former governor of Plateau state has sentenced to a 14 year jail term by an Abuja high court. Mr Dariye who was a governor of Plateau state between 1999 and 2007 was charged to by the EFCC on July 13, 2007 on a 23 count charge for money laundering allegedly diverting the State’s... read more »

Nigeria: Donald Duke to Run for Presidency
Nigeria: Donald Duke to Run for Presiden...

Nigeria: Donald Duke to Run for Presidency

Former Governor of Cross River state, Donald Duke has declared his intention to contest for Nigeria’s number one office. There had always been speculations that he would run, speculations which have now been confirmed. He made his intention official in an interview with German Media Deutsche... read more »

Nigeria: Ex-President Jonathan Did A Lot for the North - Sheikh Gumi
Nigeria: Ex-President Jonathan Did A Lot...

Nigeria: Ex-President Jonathan Did A Lot for the North – Sheikh Gumi

Radical Muslim cleric, Ahmad Gumi has openly confessed that ex-president Jonathan did a lot for the north. In a Ramadan tafsir sermon in which he thoroughly berated President Buhari for his non-performance and the increased killings in the country, he pointed out that former President Jonathan... read more »

Breaking News: FG to Move Democracy Day from May 29 to June 12
Breaking News: FG Moves Democracy Day fr...

Breaking News: FG Moves Democracy Day from May 29 to June 12

The Federal Government of Nigeria has changed the date democracy day is celebrated from May 29 to June 12. There has for some time been clamours from a section of the country for the declaration of June 12 a National public holiday. Currently, the South-west states mark June 12 as a public holiday,... read more »

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Nigeria: Nine Killed and 45 Houses Destroyed In Fresh Benue Attacks

Nigeria: Nine Killed and 45 Houses Destroyed In Fresh Benue Attacks

No fewer than nine persons have been killed and 45 houses destroyed in fresh herdsmen attacks that took place in three different communities Tuesday night. According to the report on Daily... read more »

Nigeria: APC Crises Deepens As Rochas Threatens to Have Oyegun Jailed

Nigeria: APC Crises Deepens As Rochas Threatens to Have Oyegun Jailed

The crises rocking the All Progressives Alliance took a new turn as Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State vows to move to have the party’s chairman, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun... read more »

Nigeria: FG Attempting to Change the Benue Killing Narrative - Terrence Kuanum

Nigeria: FG Attempting to Change the Benue Killing Narrative – Terrence Kuanum

The National Coordinator of the Benue Youth Forum, Terrence Kuanum has stated that the Federal Government is trying hard to change the Benue killing narrative. According to him,... read more »

Nigeria: Buhari To Be Impeached If These Conditions Are Not Met - National Assembly

Nigeria: Buhari To Be Impeached If These Conditions Are Not Met – National Assembly

The National Assembly has resolved to exercise its powers to impeach the president if the 10 demands they are presenting are not met by the Executive. The resolution was announced today... read more »

Nigeria: Senator President Implicated in Offa Bank Robbery

Nigeria: Senator President Implicated in Offa Bank Robbery

The Nigerian Police Force has invited the Nigerian Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki to answer some questions regarding the Offa robbery which led to the death of a total of about 33 persons, nine... read more »