Friday, 26 February, 2021

Day: February 1, 2021


Some bandits have attacked Giwa and Zango-Kataf local government areas of Kaduna, killing three persons and injuring three others. Mr Samuel Aruwa, the state Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, said in a statement on Monday that those injured Read more…


Addis Ababa — The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) of Ethiopia said that it has appreciated the outgoing African Union (AU) Chairperson South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa for his relentless efforts in bringing the tripartite parties together to find possible Read more…


Students of the University of Abuja on Monday protested at the main campus gate in the Giri area of the Federal Capital Territory, over the increment of their tuition by the school authorities. The students, led by their union executives, Read more…


As part of its efforts to improve accessibility to communities and open up economic activities across the state, the government of the State of Osun has approved the reconstruction of 22 roads across three senatorial districts. In a statement signed Read more…


Lilian Afegbai has called out Nigerians who judge others when they become successful and speculate on how they made their money. The actress said in a video: “If you don’t have an evil spirit, when you hear someone is doing Read more…


In Nigeria, the world’s leading colony of collapsed disorders, each day brings new madness. The new madness centers around the question: Is Igboho justified under the law to chase out Fulani herdsmen terrorists who kidnapped, raped, robbed, maimed, and killed Read more…


President Lazarus Chakwera on Sunday evening announced that Malawi- has finally secured doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine which government will give to “as many citizens as possible” for immunity against the Coronavirus (Covid-19). Chakwera disclosed this on Sunday evening when Read more…


Nigeria has offered to support Mozambique in its fight against Islamist insurgents in the gas-rich northern province of Cabo Delgado. More than 2,000 people have been killed and more than 500,000 others displaced in the violence, according to the International Read more…


The Nigerian government has classified Kogi as COVID-19 high risk state because of its failure to acknowledge the existence of the disease, report tests or build isolation centres. The Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 disclosed this on Monday. PTF Read more…


A court in Panaji, India has sentenced a Nigerian footballer, Amachukwu Okeke, to 10 years imprisonment for possessing narcotics in commercial quantity. Okeke was also fined Rs 1 lakh (about N520,000) under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS).  Read more…