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Death of 26 Nigerian Women Tragic, Avoidable-Dabiri-Erewa

Mrs Abike Dabiri – Erewa, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora on Tuesday described the death of 26 Nigerians in Mediterranean sea as “most unfortunate and tragic’’. Dabiri-Erewa in a statement by her Special Assistant on Media, Abdur-Rahman Balogun, said: “promising young Nigerians embarking on such dangerous journeys, in search of greener pastures, end up faced rather ... Read More »

Okorocha Again: Set to honour Liberian President Sirleaf with Road & Chieftaincy Title

Imo State Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha is at it it. Just a few months after the furore over a statue and chieftaincy title for South Sfrican President, Jacob Zuma, he will on Thursday also do something similar for the Liberian President, Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf A statement to newsmen in Owerri, by Okorocha’s Chief Press Secretary, CPS, Mr. Sam Onwuemeodo, ... Read More »

Ogun PDP elects new Executives

The crisis rocking the Ogun State chapter of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), may have come to an end, as the party, on Saturday, held a state congress to elect new executive members that will pilot the affairs of the party for the next four years. The 31-member state executive was elected by delegates from 20 local government areas of ... Read More »

Buhari approves immediate Foreign Treatment for Ailing Ekwueme

President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the immediate air lifting of ailing former Vice President, Dr Alex Ekwueme for treatment abroad. The instruction waa revealed in a statement by the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to the President, Malam Garba Shehu, on Friday. Shehu said Buhari’s approval followed a brief he received on the medical condition of Ekwueme. He ... Read More »

Arsenal stage protest at Club’s AGM, want Chairman kicked out

Disgruntled Arsenal supporters opposed the re-election of chairman Chips Keswick and director Josh Kroenke amid rowdy scenes at the club’s annual general meeting on Thursday.. Chief executive Ivan Gazidis was also heckled as he defended the way the club was run and outlined why Arsenal had reappointed manager Arsene Wenger on a two-year deal this year despite unrest among fans. ... Read More »

Opinion:Uruan The New Deal

By Joe Iniodu The Udom administration has instituted and commenced a comprehensive process to change  the transportation narrative of the people of Uruan Local Government through the construction of roads totaling about 53 kilometers and cutting across major economic hubs within the local government as well as providing access to the largely agrarian settlement which is bounded by Uyo, Itu, ... Read More »

Senate probes Etisalat’s $1.2billion debt saga

The Senate has passed a Motion on the need for intervention in the recent Etisalat Nigeria $1.2 billion debt crisis.   In 2013, Etisalat Nigeria acquired a syndicated loan from 13 banks as a medium-term, seven-year facility to fund the expansion of the network in Nigeria. Since then, the company has only repaid 42% of its loan.   The Senate ... Read More »

Relegation threatened Everton fires Ronald Koeman

Relegation threatened Everton football Club has fired its Dutch  manager, Ronald  Koeman after a string of embarrassing results. Koeman  will be the second manager to lose his job this season after Leicester also dismissed Craig Shakespeare for an unsavory start to the season. Already, David Moyes, Carlo Ancelotti and many other managers have been mooted with talks being at advanced ... Read More »

Ladi Adebutu’s Indigenous Film Maker’s Bill passes second reading

Hon. Oladipupo Adebutu's proposed legislation on  protecting Nigeria's indigenous filmmakers scaled through its Second Reading on the Floor of the House of Representatives on Thursday 19th October 2017. The crux of the planned legislation is to amend the National Film and Video Censors Board Act 2004, by expanding the functions and membership of the Board to include representatives of the ... Read More »

Rotary Club Of Ikoyi Metro donates books,other materials in Accra, Ghana

Rotary Club of Ikoyi Metropolitan, Nigeria and its partner club, Rotary Club of Accra East, Ghana recently put smiles on the faces of many students with the donation of books and other educational materials. According to the President, Rotary Club of Ikoyi Metro, Laurine Ubanozie, the trip to Ghana was part of the Club’s yearly projects in line with its ... Read More »