Daily Archives: February 2, 2018

This Govt Paying Unemployed Graduate N30,000 Monthly. Adeosun claims

She however did not state whether the supposed receivers get the money monthly or annually. Adeosun spoke on Friday in Abuja while receiving a Progress...

How To End Fulani Herdsmen Killing-IGP

The police boss urged states to suspend the Anti-Grazing laws until ranches had been put in place by the federal government. He spoke during a...

Benue Is Under Attack Because Some People Wants To Take Over The State-Ortom

He therefore called on the people to set aside their political differences and support the government in tackling insecurity in the state. Ortom spoke when...

Premier League Title Race Is Over – Mourinho

United are currently second on the table, 15 points behind rivals Manchester City. Speaking ahead of this weekend’s home game against Huddersfield, Mourinho says their...

Obasanjo Has No Right To Advice Buhari. Oshiomole

The ex-governor said this in reaction to former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s statement, advising Buhari not to seek re-election. Oshiomole while speaking said the ex-president is...

Nigeria Had No Regret Fighting Apartheid In South Africa – Buhari

The President said this on Friday when he received the outgoing South African High Commissioner to Nigeria, Mr Lulu Louis Mnguni, at the State...

More Crocodile Smile, Python Dance Coming–Buratai

This statement was made by the Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai, on Friday. Speaking with newsmen after leading troops on a 15km Route March,...

Tinubu Speaks On Obasanjo’s Coalition For Nigeria

Tinubu stated that it was too early to respond to movement as every Nigerian is entitled to freedom of speech and association. The former governor...

Former VP Alex Ekwueme Finally Goes Home

Top government officials, close friends and family, gathered at his hometown in Oko Anambra state, where he was buried on Friday. Some of those present...

Kaduna Govt Increases Teachers’ Salaries By 32.5%

The State Commissioner for Education, Science, and Technology, Ja’afaru Sani, told reporters at his office on Thursday that the increment was part of ongoing...

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