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Provide succor to Nigerians - Methodist Church begs Buhari

Provide succor to Nigerians - Methodist Church begs Buhari

Provide succor to Nigerians - Methodist Church begs Buhari
Southeast has no choice but to vote for Buhari in 2019 - AMAC vice chairman

Southeast has no choice but to vote for Buhari in 2019 - AMAC vice chairman

The vice chairman of the Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC), Honourable Lawrence Onuchukwu, has joined other southeast politicians in openly declaring their support for President Buhari’s second term in office come 2019.

Southeast has no choice but to vote for Buhari in 2019 - AMAC vice chairman
4.3 million Nigerian children miss out on vaccinations every year - UNICEF

Only 1 in 4 Nigerian children is vaccinated yearly - UNICEF

A recent report of the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey conducted by the Nigerian government Government of Nigeria in 2016/17 shows that only 1in 4 children in the country receive all the recommended vaccines.

Only 1 in 4 Nigerian children is vaccinated yearly - UNICEF
I hope, prayed that Nigeria would never go through civil war experience again - Gowon

I hope, prayed that Nigeria would never go through civil war experience again - Gowon

Former Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon, has expressed regret over the numerous problem facing the country in recent times especially the widespread security challenges and killings which he described as worrisome.

I hope, prayed that Nigeria would never go through civil war experience again - Gowon
Women should be given equal opportunities like men - Presidential aspirant

There’s so much lip service about women in Nigerian politics - PDP women leader

Former minister of aviation Dr Kema Chikwe, on Sunday, April 22, urged Nigerian women to pressurise the National Assembly into passing the Gender Equality Bill into law.The former minister said that doing so would go a long way.

There’s so much lip service about women in Nigerian politics - PDP women leader
Nigeria breaks record as World Bank reveals Nigerians in diaspora wired $22 billion home in 2017

Nigeria breaks record as World Bank reveals Nigerians in diaspora wired $22 billion home in 2017

The World Bank has disclosed that Nigerians in diaspora wired $22 billion home in 2017, the fifth largest remittance by immigrants, and an African record. The increase in remittances was driven by growth in various countries.

Nigeria breaks record as World Bank reveals Nigerians in diaspora wired $22 billion home in 2017
Invasion of NASS shows we are not serious as a nation - Paul Unongo

Invasion of NASS shows we are not serious as a nation - Paul Unongo

Chairman of the Northern Elders’ Forum (NEF), Chief Paul Unongo has faulted the recent snatching of the mace from the national assembly while at the same time blaming the military for truncating a promising democracy.

Invasion of NASS shows we are not serious as a nation - Paul Unongo
Presidency provides 1,000 medicated glasses, treats 5,000 eye patients in Borno

Presidency provides 1,000 medicated glasses, treats 5,000 eye patients in Borno

The Presidential Committee on Northeast Initiative (PCNI), has said it is providing free eye treatment to about 5,000 displaced persons in Borno state. Amina Maibe, the head of PCNI, announced this on Monday, April 23.

Presidency provides 1,000 medicated glasses, treats 5,000 eye patients in Borno
We are not aware of Senator Dino Melaye’s arrest - FCT police command

We are not aware of Senator Dino Melaye’s arrest - FCT police command

The police command of the FCT has denied knowledge of the arrest of Senator Dino Melaye at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja. The command’s spokesman, Anjuguri Manzah, made the denial in a statement.

We are not aware of Senator Dino Melaye’s arrest - FCT police command
Don’t make me open any can of worms, I demand an immediate apology - Bode George fires at Oyinlola over comments about OBJ

Don’t make me open any can of worms, I demand an immediate apology - Bode George fires at Oyinlola over comments about OBJ

Chief Olabode George has demanded an immediate apology from the former governor of Ogun state, Olagunsoye Oyinlola, over what he described as “uncharitable and irritable vituperations” against him by the ex governor.

Don’t make me open any can of worms, I demand an immediate apology - Bode George fires at Oyinlola over comments about OBJ
Industrial action: FG sets up committee to review demands by health workers

Industrial action: FG sets up committee to review demands by health workers

A committee has been set by the federal government to review the technical and financial aspects of the demands by the striking Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU). The identities of the committee members have not been unveiled.

Industrial action: FG sets up committee to review demands by health workers
17 injured as parents of abducted Chibok girls suffer accident in Adamawa

17 injured as parents of abducted Chibok girls suffer accident in Adamawa

One person has died while 17 others sustained injuries from an accident involving parents of the abducted Chibok girls. The accident reportedly occurred along Song-Yola road in Adamawa, north-east on Sunday, April 22.

17 injured as parents of abducted Chibok girls suffer accident in Adamawa
APC senator slams members of pro-Buhari group in National Assembly as hypocrites

APC senator slams members of pro-Buhari group in National Assembly as hypocrites

The chairman of the Senator Committee on Petroleum (Upstream) Senator Kabiru Marafa on Sunday, April 22, declared that efforts of the pro-Buhari group had been counter-productive to the success of president Muhammadu Buhari.

APC senator slams members of pro-Buhari group in National Assembly as hypocrites
Boroh's recall: Militants withdraw ultimatum to Buhari, lend support to presidency's move to alleviate poverty in Niger Delta

Boroh's recall: Militants withdraw ultimatum to Buhari, lend support to presidency's move to alleviate poverty in Niger Delta

The four-week ultimatum given to President Muhammadu Buhari by militants to recall Brigadier General Paul Boroh (retd), the sacked coordinator of the presidential amnesty programme have been withdrawn upon second thought.

Boroh's recall: Militants withdraw ultimatum to Buhari, lend support to presidency's move to alleviate poverty in Niger Delta
2019: Utomi takes on Ibori; reveals who can terminate former governor’s dynasty

2019: Utomi takes on Ibori; reveals who can terminate former governor’s dynasty

Former presidential candidate and an APC governorship hopeful in Delta state, Prof Patrick Utomi, has stated that it is Deltans who would determine if the James Ibori political dynasty in the state would be ended or not.

2019: Utomi takes on Ibori; reveals who can terminate former governor’s dynasty
It is no longer business as usual - FG's newly appointed private investigator talks tough, vows to recover all looted funds

It is no longer business as usual - FG's newly appointed private investigator talks tough, vows to recover all looted funds

In a statement sent to NAIJ.com on Monday, April 23, in response to his recent appointment, Uwajeh thanked President Buhari and Barrister Okoi Obono Obla, who is the chairman of the panel, for the opportunity to serve the country

It is no longer business as usual - FG's newly appointed private investigator talks tough, vows to recover all looted funds
Priest urges Christians to pray for President Buhari instead of criticising him

Priest urges Christians to pray for President Buhari instead of criticising him

A Catholic priest, Reverend Father Julian Ibe, has urged Christians and Nigerians to pray for President Muhammadu Buhari and other political leaders, for wisdom to overcome the challenges confronting the country.

Priest urges Christians to pray for President Buhari instead of criticising him
Nigeria to experience cloudy skies, thundery activities on Monday, April 23

Nigeria to experience cloudy skies, thundery activities on Monday, April 23

The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) by its Central Forecast Office in Abuja on Sunday, April 22, has predicted cloudy weather conditions over the central states of the country on Monday morning, April 23.

Nigeria to experience cloudy skies, thundery activities on Monday, April 23
Breaking: Senator Melaye arrested at Abuja airport

Breaking: Senator Melaye arrested at Abuja airport

Embattled Senator Dino Melaye representing Kogi West under the APC said he has just been arrested at Abuja’s international airport. According to a tweet the senator posted on his Twitter account Monday morning.

Breaking: Senator Melaye arrested at Abuja airport
2 sisters get jail sentence for harassing Ambrose Alli university lecturer

2 sisters get jail sentence for harassing Ambrose Alli university lecturer

Two sisters, Judith and Juliet were arraigned before the chief magistrate, Matilda Iluobe, in August 2012 on eight count charges bordering on alleged conspiracy, stealing, unlawful detention and frivolous petition.

2 sisters get jail sentence for harassing Ambrose Alli university lecturer
Excitement is in the air as Pastor Chris prepares for the ISMMNC

Excitement is in the air as Pastor Chris prepares for the ISMMNC

The Christ Embassy is best defined as a special community. This community encompasses a network of churches located throughout the world and combines diverse and vast congregations filled with different pleasant people.

Excitement is in the air as Pastor Chris prepares for the ISMMNC
See comprehensive list of lawyers enlisted to be promoted as SAN for 2018

See comprehensive list of lawyers enlisted to be promoted as SAN for 2018

Among legal practicioner in the country recently nominated to be promoted to the office of the Senior Advocate of Nigeria for 2018 is the attorney general and commissioner for justice in Lagos state, Mosediq Adeniji Kazeem.

See comprehensive list of lawyers enlisted to be promoted as SAN for 2018
Nigeria is an important player in international community; it is not a beggarly country - Consul general declares

Nigeria is an important player in international community; it is not a beggarly country - Consul general declares

Nigeria is not a beggarly country but an important stakeholder on the international stage, Kayode Laro, Nigeria’s consul-general in Atlanta said. Laro said this following the recognition of some Nigerians in the USA.

Nigeria is an important player in international community; it is not a beggarly country - Consul general declares
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