For the third time in less than one year, there has been bills by the National Assembly, seeking to amend some provisions of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Act. The most recent bill, being sponsored by Mr. Adams Jagaba (PDP Kaduna)
Daily Archives: January 8, 2013
Shrugging off pressures from some sections of the international community and human rights activists over legalization of same sex marriage in Nigeria, Senate President, David Mark has insisted that the bill prohibiting same sex marriage is irrevocable.
Oko-Anala, a coastal community along the bank of River Niger, was one of the several communities in Delta State that was devastated by the recent flooding that ravaged about 14 states of the federation. The agrarian community in Oshimili South Local Government Area
The major opposition parties in the country have been engaged in merger talks towards forming a formidable platform against the ruling Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2015 general election. Former governor of Kano State
Former State Security Service, SSS, director, Dennis Amachree has thrown his weight behind those canvassing for state police advising that it should be extended to the local government.
December marks the end, as January marks the beginning, of the year. Their strategic locations in the calendar ensure that they are talked about. Were they human beings, other months would envy them. Oh yes! December would be envied because of its joyous mood
“Oteh faces severe challenges. It is coming from very influential, powerful individuals. It is a patronage-intensive society and their influence extends well into government.”
EVERY President is entitled to lay claims to accomplishments or even tasks he intends to focus on for the rest of his presidency. He is also entitled to people who can make same claims on his behalf. Talk is cheap. So are claims to record of performance.
A female cleric with an undisclosed Pentecostal church in Abia State, Prophetess Mrs. Ezelu (other name withheld),, is currently telling police detectives what she knows about the sale of a two-year-old boy that was recently rescued in Ondo State.
In spite of assurances and media hypes by telecommunications operators that they were neck deep into network expansion and swap out towards the last quarter of 2012, poor quality of network marred the Yuletide. According to Daily Sun’s checks and subscribers mails