Saturday, 27 February, 2021

Day: February 11, 2021


A spate of disappearances linked to January’s general election have raised alarm among members of the opposition and the families of those kidnapped. Concern is rising in Uganda over the alleged forced disappearances of dissidents across the country in the Read more…


Nobel laureate, Prof Wole Soyinka, has criticised the Ogun State Police Command for denying that cows invaded his building in Abeokuta, Ogun State, warning that there would be a Suya feast If such happened again.  Soyinka on Thursday stated that Read more…


There was pandemonium at the secretariat of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Port Harcourt, Rivers State when twin explosions suspected to be from dynamite, rocked the building along Aba Road.  The explosions occurred around 3 pm during the conduct Read more…


Authorities in China have banned BBC World News from broadcasting in the country.  The news follows a move by Britain’s communications regulator to strip the state-run China Global Television Network (CGTN) of its broadcast license in the U.K. last week. Read more…


Despite huge economic cooperation and unrestrained reciprocal praise, Egypt and China’s relationship is more complex and unilateral than either would admit. When Cairo dispatched its minister of health Hala Zayed along with some medical equipment to Beijing to express solidarity Read more…


The Lagos State Police Command, on Thursday, arrested six suspected hoodlums over the crisis that happened at Obalende in the Ikoyi area of the state. According to Vanguard, the violence occurred around 8 am among some members of the transport Read more…


The Indigenous People of Biafra has described the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, as the spokesman for groups terrorising and tormenting Nigerians for justifying the proscription of IPOB and granting of amnesty to bandits and terrorists. IPOB described Read more…


Suspected criminal Fulani herders have killed a man and his wife in their home at Owode community of Ogun State on Wednesday. The General Secretary of All Farmers Association of Nigeria, Ogun State chapter, Mr. Olugbenga Popoola, told SaharaReporters on Read more…


President Uhuru Kenyatta has rejected a Bill that would have compelled employers to give leave to parents of adopted children or those born through surrogacy. Mr Kenyatta returned the Bill to Parliament with a memorandum citing the absence of a Read more…


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