Mallam Aliyu Nuhu owns one of the best eateries and confectionery outfit in Kaduna State, Northern Nigeria. As owner of Museum Kitchen, Nuhu said most times when he thinks of the many problems bedeviling Nigeria; the appetite to eat disappears. Speaking exclusively with Daily Sun, Nuhu,
Daily Archives: January 16, 2013
The Lagos State Government yesterday vowed to commence the prosecution of tax defaulters in the state, even as it threatened to slam N500,000 fine and six months imprisonment on erring managing directors. Speaking at a joint press briefing addressed by the Commissioner for Justice,
Tension has enveloped Riyom and Jos South Local Government Areas of Plateau State following the killing of four persons and wounding of two others in a vehicle at Fang village while returning home from a journey. It was gathered that the incident occurred at about 5:00pm Monday when a bus conveying the victims to the village from Bukuru Market was waylaid by some
Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State has presented a budget proposal of N152billion for the 2013 fiscal year before the state House of Assembly. The budget christened ‘Budget of Transformation’ shows that N82.97billion represents 54.55 percent of the total sum for the recurrent expenditure while N69.15billion
State Commissioner of Transport, Mr Nicholas Tofowomo has denied slapping a director in the Ministry of Works, Mr Monday Afeniforo over a trivial issue. The commissioner, who spoke through his press officer, Bisi Agboola said there was no truth in
The Edo State Governor, Adams Oshiomhole yesterday took a swipe at politicians who make unguarded statements that could undermine the unity and integrity of the country, just as he commended officers and men of the Nigerian Armed Forces for fostering the bonds of unity.
National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Bamanga Tukur has denied media reports that the elevation of the deputy national secretary of the party, Mr Solomon Onwe to the office of the acting national secretary was informed by the personal desire of Alhaji Tukur to remove Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola as national secretary of the party.
The on-going de-registration of political parties by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has thrown up the issue of the number of parties that will serve the nation’s politics better and more efficiently. So far, INEC has in the past few weeks de-registered a total of 31 political parties in the country for not meeting some of the stipulated requirements for their existence as political parties contained in both the Constitution and the Electoral Act 2010 (as amended).