Category: Nigerian News

SOUTHERN KADUNA CRY OUT

SOUTHERN KADUNA CRY OUT

97% indigenous farmers, Markets, Churches affected by 24hours curfew- SOKAPU ..As SoS calls flood Union office..As Fulanis migrates By Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna Indigenous mouth piece, the Southern Kaduna Poeple's Union, SOKAPU, said 97 percent of those affected by the 24hours curfew imposed on two of their local government areas are indigenous local farmers who are … Continue reading SOUTHERN KADUNA CRY OUT

COVID-19: Nigerians must Seeks forgiveness from Our Lord – NASFAT kaduna

COVID-19: Nigerians must Seeks forgiveness from Our Lord – NASFAT kaduna

By Achadu Gabriel, kaduna NAstrul -Lahi -L- Fatih Society, NASFAT, has called on Nigerians and the world at large to turn to their creator for forgiveness, saying it's the only surest way to finding solutions to the Covid-19 Pandemic. In their friday Jummat Kutuba, sermon, titled: "Seeking Forgivebess from God" delivered by a members of … Continue reading COVID-19: Nigerians must Seeks forgiveness from Our Lord – NASFAT kaduna

Nigeria: Schools to reopen soon as interstate travel ban lifted

Nigeria: Schools to reopen soon as interstate travel ban lifted

The Federal Government has extended the Phase Two of the eased lockdown by four weeks, but partially lifted the ban on interstate movement. Chairman of the Presidential Taskforce PTF on Covid-19 and Secretary to the Government of the Federation SGF, Mr. Boss Mustapha disclosed this at a briefing Monday in Abuja. He said within this … Continue reading Nigeria: Schools to reopen soon as interstate travel ban lifted

Igbo, Yoruba groups, PDP, others back Obasanjo on insecurity

Igbo, Yoruba groups, PDP, others back Obasanjo on insecurity

MAJOR socio-cultural and ethnic organizations, yesterday, took sides with former President Olusegun Obasanjo on his call for urgent restructuring of Nigeria’s security architecture amid rising wave of insecurity in the country. Groups that endorsed his position include umbrella body of Igbo socio-cultural organisations, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, and Pan-Yoruba socio-political organisation, Afenifere. Apart from security, the groups … Continue reading Igbo, Yoruba groups, PDP, others back Obasanjo on insecurity

DG asks APC to expel sacked NWC members going to court

DG asks APC to expel sacked NWC members going to court

Director General of the Progressive Governors’ Forum PGF, Salihu Moh. Lukman has advised the Gov. Mai Mala Buni-led Caretaker/Convention Planning Committee of the All Progressives Congress APC to activate relevant constitutional provisions to expel any member of the dissolved National Working Committee NWC who challenges their dissolution in court. Lukman also exonerated President Muhammadu Buhari … Continue reading DG asks APC to expel sacked NWC members going to court

Buhari’s Democracy Day Speech: Dictator’s False Dilemma

By Bayo Oluwasanmi Buhari has returned Nigeria to Abacha’s dark days. Activists, journalists, critics, have been routinely targeted for state-sponsored intimidation, detention, and torture. His regime is an extension of his military junta. President Muhammadu Buhari’s Democracy Day speech is a good example of “newspeak” in Gorge Orwell’s 1984 dystopian classic. In 1984, Orwell explains how … Continue reading Buhari’s Democracy Day Speech: Dictator’s False Dilemma

Nigeria: Boko Haram terrorists killed 81, injured 13 people Borno state

Nigeria: Boko Haram terrorists killed 81, injured 13 people Borno state

Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno state; has said that 81 people were killed with injuring of 13 others at Faduma Kolomdi village on Tuesday. The nomadic village; is 120 kilometres north of Maiduguri, the state capital. The insurgents after the killings abducted the village head and six others with the rustling of 400 cows. Zulum … Continue reading Nigeria: Boko Haram terrorists killed 81, injured 13 people Borno state

Religious houses, hotels to open soon in Lagos

Religious houses, hotels to open soon in Lagos

SOME OF THE CONDITIONS •Centres to operate at 40% capacity •Kids, 65 years and above disallowed •Mid-week service, vigils banned •Face masks, sanitisers to be used •Schools reopening rules coming WORSHIP centres are to reopen in Lagos as the government on Thursday released guidelines to further ease the lockdown. Also to commence business are hotels … Continue reading Religious houses, hotels to open soon in Lagos

Total dependence on oil, curse to Nigeria — Peter Obi

Total dependence on oil, curse to Nigeria — Peter Obi

  PDP Vice Presidential Candidate, Mr. Peter Obi  Vice Presidential Candidate of the People’s Democratic Party in the last election, His Excellency Mr Peter Obi, has described as a curse, Nigeria’s total dependence on oil revenue which, he said, had stopped people from critical thinking and innovating new ways to diversify the economy and generate … Continue reading Total dependence on oil, curse to Nigeria — Peter Obi