The Sun News
  • school FEEDING nigeria

    Extend school feeding from primary 4-6 – States appeal to Fed Govt

    Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja Secretaries to Governments of States have appealed to the Federal Government to extend its school feeding programme of National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) to primary four through six.  The feeding programme currently caters to pupils from Primary 1-3. Over five million children in 19 states are now being fed as a result…

    Continue Reading ...
  • two injured soldiers fire GOMBE

    Two injured as soldiers open fire to protect Gombe senator

    Ali Abare, Gombe Two men were allegedly shot and wounded after soldiers drafted to protect Senator Joshua Lidani (PDP, Gombe South) shot into the air to disperse aggrieved youths reported to have prevented the lawmaker from leaving the residence of a traditional ruler in Talasse, Gombe State. Wuse Barde, 40, and Abdullahi Umar, 25, were…

    Continue Reading ...
  • OBASANJO

    APC, PDP lack capacity to change Nigeria, Obasanjo insists

    Laide Raheem, Abeokuta Former President Olusegun Obasanjo on Monday reiterated that neither the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) nor opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has the capacity to chart Nigeria on a different course, economically and as a society. He said that, in spite of reforms being undertaken by the APC-led Federal Government and apologies by opposition…

    Continue Reading ...
  • UN condemns targeting of CIVILIANS in Nigeria

    UN condemns targeting of civilians in northeast Nigeria

    Billy Graham Abel, Yola The UN Deputy Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria, Mr. Yassine Gaba, has strongly condemned the deadly combined attack which took place Sunday April 1 near Belle Village, on the outskirts of Maiduguri. According to local sources, at least 34 civilians lost their lives in this attack and some 90 others were injured….

    Continue Reading ...
  • IPOB kicks against FG’s proposed amnesty for Boko Haram group

    Jeff Amechi  Agbodo, Onitsha The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has described the plot to grant amnesty to Boko Haram sects as a confirmation even to the most ardent supporters of the government that ‘Boko Haram is part and parcel of the present government’. The group alleged that Boko Haram was a well documented atrocities…

    Continue Reading ...
  • Exercise Ayem Akpatuma TARABA

    Army extends Exercise Ayem Akpatuma in Taraba for 2 months

    Molly Kilete, Abuja The Nigerian Army has announced the extension of its ongoing internal security operation codenamed “Exercise Ayem Akpatuma” in Taraba State to curb the crisis between Fulani herdsmen and natives. The Army said “Exercise Ayem Akpatuma”, launched on February 20 in some states including Taraba, has been extended for two months in Taraba…

    Continue Reading ...
  • PDP Delta

    Ahead 2019, PDP members defect to APC in Yobe

    Timothy Olanrewaju, Maiduguri Some chieftains of People Democratic Party (PDP), in Yobe State, have defected to the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) ahead the 2019 electioneering. The defection of about 1000 members came from Potiskum, PDP stronghold in Yobe where some top members renounced their membership of the party they served since 1999 when Nigeria…

    Continue Reading ...
  • APC Websites

    Abe, others move to reconcile aggrieved APC members

    Tony John, Port Harcourt The senator Magnus Abe-led faction of the All Progressives Congress (APC), in Rivers State, has initiated an Outreach and Reconciliation Committee to reunite aggrieved members of the party in the state. The decision was part of the resolutions contained in the group’s communiqué issued, on Monday, after a dispassionate and robust appraisal of…

    Continue Reading ...
  • Ekiti aspirants

    Ekiti 2018: PDP loses aspirants, serving senator to SDP

    Wole Balogun, Ado-Ekiti The Ekiti State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has lost some of its aspirants and a serving senator to the Social Democratic party (SDP). Daily Sun checks revealed that some aggrieved aspirants who had been at war with the state chapter of the party over the overwhelming support of Governor…

    Continue Reading ...
  • SOLDIERS Taraba State Exercise Cat Race

    Soldiers allegedly beat 27-year-old man to death in Taraba State

    Sylvanus Viashima, Jalingo Nigerian Army soldiers deployed in the ongoing Exercise Ayem Akpatuma (Cat Race) in Taraba State allegedly beat a 27-year-old man, Yusufa Haruna, to death at Mbamga in Sarduana Local Government Area of the state. Mr. Haruna Kurkal, father of the deceased, told journalists in Jalingo on Monday that trouble started when his late son…

    Continue Reading ...

Archive

April 2018
S M T W T F S
« Mar    
1234567
891011121314
15161718192021
22232425262728
2930  

Enquiries

Take advantage of our impressive statistics, advertise your brands and products on this site. Get in touch. For print/online adverts inquires: 09070051404

EDITOR

Online Editor: Aderonke Bello
Telephone: 08189015120
Email:  [email protected]

Share