Reps Move To Investigate Aso Rock Clinic After Mrs Buhari’s Outcry

Reps Move To Investigate Aso Rock Clinic After Mrs Buhari’s Outcry

Members of the House of Representatives on Thursday moved that the alleged deplorable state of the Presidential Villa Clinic should be investigated by the Committee on Health Services and report back within 3weeks. This is coming after several backslash on the deplorable state of the clinic by the President’s family. This was sequel to a motion sponsored by Rep Henry Archibong, PDP, Akwa Ibom, entitled:’Need To Investigate The Deplorable Condition Of The State Clinic And…

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North Korea hits back at Trump Over new sanctions

North Korea hits back at Trump Over new sanctions

The rift between the United States and North Korea appears to be getting more tense. The United States ramped up sanctions aimed at curtailing North Korea’s nuclear weapons drive Thursday, as Kim Jong-Un vowed that Donald Trump’s “deranged” threats would only toughen his resolve. The US president unveiled the new measures as he met with the leaders of allies Japan and South Korea, even as key international players China and Russia voiced unease with his…

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2019 Politics: 13 Political Parties Plan Merger To Dislodge APC

2019 Politics: 13 Political Parties Plan Merger To Dislodge APC

A total of 13 registered political parties in the country have agreed to collapse into one mega party to be known as Freedom and Justice Party (FJP). The interim national chairman of the proposed party, Dr. Onwunbuya Breakforth said on Monday while briefying newmen. He said the merger was coming as a result of the ‘failure’ of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the All Progressives Congress (APC) to rescue Nigerians from the various challenges…

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We Cannot Be Terrorists, We Don’t Carry Arms Or Kill People – IPOB Responds

We Cannot Be Terrorists, We Don’t Carry Arms Or Kill People – IPOB Responds

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has reacted to the declaration by the Defence Headquarters that the group is a terrorist organisation. The group said it was a non-violent movement and that it had never carried arms or killed anyone. IPOB’s position was made known by Prince Kanu, the younger brother of IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu during a chat with newsmen on Friday. He said: “It is very, very laughable that that is coming from…

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Nnamdi Kanu: The Young Man That Started A Revolution In Nigeria – By Omololu Omotoshou

Nnamdi Kanu: The Young Man That Started A Revolution In Nigeria – By Omololu Omotoshou

Nigeria is at a crossroads. The Nigerian elite needs to come together and choose a path of peace, reconciliation, and honesty. Nnamdi Kanu of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) came from almost obscurity to the point of leading a reawakening of the consciousness of his followers within the Indigenous People of Biafra and Nigerians worldwide. The viral video being circulated on social media of supposed IPOB members that are also Nigerian citizens being humiliated, dehumanized,…

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Fayose Sacks Media Aid For Not Mobilizing Coverage For Governor On Salah Day

Fayose Sacks Media Aid For Not Mobilizing Coverage For Governor On Salah Day

Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Peter Fayose has sacked his Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Idowu Adelusi, according to a statement by his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka. AccordiGovernorng to the statement, Adelusi was sacked over “dereliction of duty.” The statement, which was announced on the state-owned radio station, did not explain the specific offence committed by Adelusi. However, a source in the Governor’s Office said Adelusi was sacked because he failed…

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Kogi Politics: Over 3,000 Persons Decamp To APC In Kogi State

Kogi Politics: Over 3,000 Persons Decamp To APC In Kogi State

No fewer than 3,000 members of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and other registered political parties decamped to the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kogi state. A former chairman of Olamaboro local council, Mr Gabriel Olofu, who led the defectors, said their decision was a demonstration of their gratitude to the administration of Governor Yahaya Bello for the “unparalleled development” and the accelerated infrastructural and human capital advancement the area. The Chief of Staff…

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OPC Warns Niger Delta Agitators Over Eviction Of Yorubas In The Region

OPC Warns Niger Delta Agitators Over Eviction Of Yorubas In The Region

The Oodua People’s Congress, OPC, has called on leaders in the southern part of the country to caution a group called Niger Delta Agitators over the threat of eviction of Yoruba residents in the region. It warned that the backlash of such a move may not be palatable. A group, the Niger Delta Agitators, was reported in the media earlier in the week to have threatened to evict Yoruba from the Niger Delta region. The…

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OP-ED: Buhari’s Problems With Rats Since 1983 – By Emmanuel Azikem

OP-ED: Buhari’s Problems With Rats Since 1983 – By Emmanuel Azikem

It was exactly 33 years ago today that General Muhammadu Buhari’s first voyage to tackle corruption was swallowed up by the internal dissension within the military that led to his ouster. The morning after the coup on August 27, 1985, Nigerians were gripped by the image of the unbending and tough talking Head of State being taken away from Dodan Barracks by soldiers. Thirty three years on, and in his second coming as a civilian…

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Barcelona Finally Signs Dembele

Barcelona Finally Signs Dembele

Spanish giant, Barcelona Football club on Friday announced the capture of Ousmane Dembele from the German side, Borussia Dortmund. The club in a statement on its website said Dembele signed a five-year deal worth 105 million euros plus add-ons. “Dembele’s capture brings an end to protracted transfer talks by signing a five-year deal with Barcelona worth 105 million euros ($125 million) plus add-ons,” the Spanish giants announced Friday. DAILY POST had earlier reported that Dembele…

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