Saturday, 24 October, 2020

Day: October 17, 2020


Power has returned to its rightful repository – the people. Our liberators did not come from the north, the south or the east and west of Nigeria. They emerged from the ruins of the country; they broke free from the Read more…


The dispute between the federal government and the Tigray Regional Government seems to have reached a tipping point. The small bubbles that have been building up for more than two years since the last General Assembly of the defunct four-party Read more…


Armed thugs on Saturday in Abuja disrupted the peaceful #ENDSARS protest, injuring many persons in the process. The protesters, who gathered under the Kubwa Flyover in continuation of their agitation against police brutality and oppression, were violently dispersed by the Read more…


Indigenous rapper, Phyno has accused the Enugu state government of threatening his life and that of other #EndSARS protesters. In a tweet he shared, he stated that the Enugu state government should be held responsible should anything happen to them. Phyno Read more…


At least two persons were reportedly shot and killed in Osogbo, Osun State, on Saturday by security operatives attached to Gboyega Oyetola, governor of the state while dispersing #EndSARS protesters. The incident happened at Ayepe area of the town around Read more…


In 2015, Judith Babirye, a popular gospel artiste, announced that she would contest for the Buikwe Woman MP seat in 2016. She would later beat incumbet Dorothy Mpiima to join the 10th Parliament. Another artist, dramatist Kato Lubwama, took over Read more…


Nigerians just do not seem to know the depth of their socio-economic and political morass. In fact, it would not be out of character to say that we are in deep s–t. Today, the continuously and consistently declining structure of Read more…


Residents of Kirfi Local Government Area in Bauchi State have said that they are not being allowed to vote in the ongoing local government election. The residents said electoral officials were yet to arrive at polling units for voting to Read more…


Malawi’s members of parliament are due to review a pregnancy termination bill before they take a recess on 23 October, a move that has stirred controversy between lawmakers as well as Malawians. “We Malawians hide a lot behind the argument Read more…


A Catholic priest, Francis Ighorurhie, 38, drowned on Thursday night at the flooded area of Kaiama community under Kolokuma-Opokuma Local Government Area of Bayelsa State. Two school pupils also drowned in Azikoro Town in Yenagoa Local Government Area of the Read more…

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