Even the Boko Haram group knows that former head of state, Gen Muhammadu Buhari, is…
Daily Archives: November 9, 2012
A China-bound passenger is currently telling the Nigeria Customs Service, Murtala Muhammed Airport Command how he came about the undeclared $137,435 found on him at the Lagos Airport. According to the Customs officials, the passenger identified as Mr Chukwuonu Nnaemeka John
Ahead of the 2015 presidential election, three interest groups in the country are clamouring to…
There was pandemonium in Abgbarho Community, Delta State yesterday when a middle-aged man burnt a member of a vigilance group alive and ate his flesh. Daily Sun gathered that the culprit took the action to avenge the murder of his twin brother by the vigilance group member.
Levante’s forward, Obafemi Martins, has disclosed that he is ready to score for Stephen Keshi in the forth coming international friendly against Venezuela on November 14 in Miami. Martins, who was recently handed a call up by Keshi, owing to his blistering form at Levante
You may find this incredible, but Igbo and Yoruba languages are widely spoken in the Caribbean Islands. And the speakers are not Nigerians living in those countries. Indigenes of the Caribbean Islands speak Igbo and Yoruba.
House of Representatives yesterday accused the executive of deliberately excluding foreign ‘grants’ from the 2013 Budget. The observation was coming as it also threatened to arrest heads of 61 Federal Government agencies over refusal to answer queries of financial misconduct by the Auditor General of the Federation.
Amnesty International, in an unusual report alleged violation of human rights in the military operations against Boko Haram insurgents in Northern Nigeria. No close observer of those events would be surprised at the report, given unofficial accounts emanating from the area of military operations
What a cursory look into history has revealed and which many people probably failed to appreciate is that Chief Awolowo’s ambition to be Minister of Finance or even President of Nigeria did not start with the war. As far back as 1959 when British intrigues aborted a potential NCNC/AG coalition