T.B. Joshua: Ondo has lost great ambassador, says Akeredolu

  Ondo Governor Rotimi Akeredolu has condoled with the church and family of the late founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet T.B. Joshua, describing the passage of the world renowned prophet and preacher as a great loss to not only the state, but to the nation and the entire world. Speaking on his behalf, Ondo Speaker Oleyelogun Bamidele David, who led a delegation sent by Akeredolu to the SCOAN Ikotun, Lagos, said the Governor was shocked by the demise of Prophet T.B. Joshua but took solace in the supremacy of the Almighty God over the affairs

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Nigerians react as White diplomat caught on tape peeing on major Nigeria road

Nigerians have taken to social media and expressed mixed feelings following the picture of a white diplomat posted by the Vanguard Newspaper who was caught on tape peeing on major Nigeria road. Starnews Nigeria reports that the Vanguard had twitted on Tuesday seeking the reactions of Nigerians about the ugly incident. The development, however, caused a series of reactions on Twitter which is believed to be the most radical social network. Reacting to the development, Adedamola Oyedokun said: “Every Nigerian does it. Why are they expecting the diplomat to be different? Besides, you have no infrastructure in place for him

By |May 11th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

India records over 4,000 coronavirus deaths in a day

India recorded more than 4,000 coronavirus deaths in a day for the first time and more states imposed lockdowns Saturday in a desperate bid to halt the devastating new surge. The 4,187 new deaths took India’s overall toll to 238,270 since the pandemic started. It added another 401,078 new cases in 24 hours taking its caseload to nearly 21.9 million — second only to the United States. Experts, who have expressed doubts about the official death toll, say the new wave may not hit a peak until the end of May and there have been mounting calls for tough nationwide

By |May 8th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , |0 Comments

Boko Haram has taken over Shiroro LG, hoisted its flag, says Gov Bello

Governor Sani Bello of Niger State has said Boko Haram has not only infiltrated the state but has hoisted its flag at Kawuri in Shiroro local government council of the state. The Governor confirmed this to Newsmen on Monday when he visited the Internationally Displaced Persons (IDPs) at IBB primary school camps at Munya and Shiroro. He lamented that Boko Haram wanted to use the area as their home just as they have used Sambisa forest, saying, from intelligence reports they have hoisted their flag in Kawuri village. However, he posited that while Sambisa is hundreds of kilometres away from

Gunmen Attack Police Station In Abia, Raze Police Zonal Headquarters In Anambra

Gunmen have attacked a police station in Uzoakoli, Bende Local Government Area of Abia State. The incident occurred in the early hours of Monday. The spokesman of the Abi State Police Command, Geoffrey Ogbonna, confirmed the attack to Channels Television via the telephone. He said an investigation has commenced to unravel the perpetrators of the attack, adding that no group has claimed responsibility yet. The Police Public Relations Officer said officers were in a meeting and promised to get more updates on the development. Although reports say the gunmen razed the station, overpowered the policemen on duty and released suspects

2023: Tinubu presidency will help Oduduwa Republic – Fani-Kayode

  Femi Fani-Kayode, former Aviation Minister has hinted on the impact of the purported presidential ambition of Bola Tinubu, National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, on the agitation for Oduduwa Republic. Fani-Kayode stressed that Tinubu’s presidency would not stop the agitation for Oduduwa Republic. He maintained that Tinubu’s presidency would help actualise Oduduwa Republic. In a tweet, the former minister wrote: “The agitation for Oduduwa Republic cannot be deterred or dissuaded by a Tinubu Presidency. “As a matter of fact a Tinubu Presidency will only further strengthen the resolve of the separatists. “This is because no-one is more

Hijab controversy: Violence breaks out in Kwara school as Christians, Muslims clash

Violence broke out at Surulere Baptist School in Ilorin on Wednesday as Christian staff of the school defied the directive by the Kwara State government asking the ten mission schools closed down over hijab issue to resume classes. DAILY POST reports that the Muslim girls who resumed for classes in their hijab dress code were stopped by the Christian staff of the school which provoked the girls and their parents on ground. The verbal exchange which followed between the Muslim parents and the Christian staff soon turned into exchange of dangerous objects including stones between the two parties. Our correspondent

By |March 17th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

UK halts recruitment of doctors, nurses from Nigeria, 46 other countries

The Nation Newspaper Community Logo Forum All Discussions The United Kingdom (UK) has announced the suspension of international recruitment of health and care workers from Nigeria and 46 other countries under a new regime of its updated Code of Practice (CoP). According to Africa Check, about 5, 250 Nigerian-trained doctors are on the UK books as at April 2018, a rise of 10 per cent on the previous year. The UK said CoP provide safeguards against active recruitment from 47 countries on the WHO Health Workforce Support and Safeguards list. The list of the 47 countries is included in its

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How Fani-Kayode’s defection to APC was stalled, by Lukman

According to the Nation Newspaper, The Director General of the Progressive Governor’s Forum (PGF), Salihu Moh. Lukman has said the rejection of former Minister of Aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode by members of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) from defecting to the party despite meeting with the party leadership is an attestation of the strong internal democratic culture of the party. In a statement titled “APC, and the Question of Values” on Friday in Abuja on Friday, Lukman said the fact that members were able to reject Fani-Kayode’s attempt to join the party meant the APC has values. Lukman who

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