The General Secretary of the federation, Barrister Musa Amadu, admitted that the ranking was very sad and disappointing
Daily Archives: October 8, 2012
Come Thursday, October 11, 2012, all roads will lead to Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital for the annual Kings’ Day of Praise put together by Oba Karunwi III. Commenting, chairman, organizing committee of the event,
First Lady Patience Jonathan has been off the public scene since August 28 on the account of ill-health
Achuzia yesterday told Daily Sun that Gowon and Awolowo were responsible for the genocide, while dismissing critics of Achebe
Armed robbers yesterday invaded a new generation bank located along Ajilosun Street in Ado-Ekiti the state capital. Residents living around the area disclosed that the robbers invaded the bank around 2 a.m. and gained entry through a window at the back of the banking hall after removing the burglar proof on the window
Nigeria’s Under-20 Coach, John Obuh, was the happiest man yesterday as his team qualified for next year’s AYC after it defeated South Africa 3-1 to advance 4-2 on aggregate. Highly elated Obuh commended the resilience of the South Africans.
In recent weeks, there have been strident calls on the Federal Government to appeal the October 9, 2002 ruling of the Interna-tional Court of Justice (ICJ) that ceded the disputed oil-rich Ba-kassi Peninsular to Cameroon. Their reason for a revisit of the case is hinged on the fact that the handling of the matter was very untidy and unconstitutional.
Governors, senators, political office holders and other stakeholders of the South-East met in Enugu yesterday, insisting that the additional state for the South-East was not negotiable
The union equally dismissed claim by the President that Nigeria was one of the fastest growing economies in the world with a Gross Domestic Product growth rate of 7.1 per cent