Spiritual Head of the Cherubim and Seraphim Church Movement Worldwide, Most Reverend Samuel Abidoye, yesterday told the Federal Government to negotiate with Boko Haram for peaceful settlement of enmity of the group against the country.
Daily Archives: November 14, 2012
The hostility between authority of the Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) and the Sokoto State Governor, Alhaji Aliyu Magtakarda Wamakko over allegation of maltreatment of its staff has entered a new dimension,
Let me begin by simply stating what is obvious from the headline above. That is to say that the way the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Aloma Mukhtar, presided over the public humiliation of the Abia State nominee to the Court of Appeal, Justice Ifeoma Jombo-Ofo,
Research has shown that a health condition known as stroke is becoming more prevalent in Nigeria. It is assuming an alarming increase resulting in premature retirement of people from productive lives.
One of the most obvious effects of the explosive state of affairs in the northern states is the distress it has caused to local businesses and the people who reside in that part of the country. On Wednesday, 22 August 2012, governors of 19 northern states rose from their meeting with puffy faces,
A traditional ruler in Ewekoro Local Government Area of Ogun State, Oba Abdulrasheed Adeosun has appealed to the state government and the state police command to save him from those he alleged were after his life. Addressing a press conference yesterday in Abeokuta,
Respected Super Falcons’ former handler, Ismaila Mabo, has described the resignation of Kadiri Ikhana as a good riddance to bad rubbish. Ikhana, who earned a whopping N3 million per monthly, threw in the towel after recording the worst ever outing in the history of the African
A whopping sum of N7 billion, meant for group life insurance premium for Federal Government workers, has been handed down to over 300 brokers that were picked for the purpose. Daily Sun checks reveal that over 300 brokers, who were appointed by the Head of Service for this year’s
The campaign of the violent insurgent sect, Boko Haram, took a dramatic turn on November 1 as the group rolled out a number of conditions under which it would dialogue with the Federal Government on a ceasefire. A man who identified himself as Abu Mohammed Ibn Abdulaziz and