Monthly Archives: November, 2012

National Tukur-use

The Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) said the statement credited to PDP Chairman, Bamanga Tukur, that the PDP was not a security agency and should not be blamed for the insecurity in the country, was the clearest indication of his party’s cluelessness over the worsening state of insecurity and other ills

COVER Boko-weapon

A new terror group, Jama’atu Ansarul Muslimina Fi Biladis-Sudan (JAMBS) has claimed responsibility for Monday’s violent attack on the headquarters of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) of the Nigerian Police Force in Abuja. But in a swift response,

National uduaghan-use

Tragedy struck the oil city of Warri in Delta State yesterday as five persons lost their lives in a tricycle accident, which occurred along the ever-busy expressway in the metropolis. Daily Sun gathered that the incident occurred when the tricycle was hit by a trailer, which had earlier run into seven other vehicles in the traffic jam. The incident resulted in the instant death of the passengers and driver of the tricycle.

COVER first bank

The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) yesterday revealed that there are only five sound banks in the country, even as it stated there are no unsound banks. Whereas 13 of the banks are satisfactory, two of them are just marginal, says the deposit insurer.

COVER Rotimi-Amaechi

Barely two days after the commencement of the 18th National Sports Festival, Rivers State is already blazing the trail with 3 gold medals and 1 silver as Oyo State in the second place with 1 gold, 2 silver medals. Delta state is third on the table as at press time

Editorial criminal-justice

The revelation by the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Aloma Mukhtar, that judges collect bribes before granting bail is benumbing. How can anyone rationalise this kind of crime committal by the very bastions of our judicial system? Of all the segments of the society, the custodians of the country’s laws are the ones barefacedly breaching them.

Features Obisakin

After 40 years at what some now call wilderness, Nigerian traders in Benin Republic say they have finally got to the Promised Land. They made this declaration last Saturday, November 17, 2012; during the formal inauguration of the Nigeria International Market


Former Works Minister, Dr Tony Anenih is set to return as chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Board of Trustees. The meeting of the party BoT holds tomorrow. Daily Sun findings revealed that the main agenda of the meeting was the choice of chairman for the board. The office had been vacant

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