With the scathing barbs from some Niger Delta leaders, agitators and groups targeted at President Goodluck Jonathan in the recent past, a powerful group from the region will meet tomorrow in Lagos to firm up a regional position for the president. At the meeting, many key political office holders,
Daily Archives: February 1, 2013
Ivory Coast defender, Kolo Toure, says his side is looking forward to a tough quarterfinal when it faces Nigeria at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium on Sunday.
It was all tears and anguish on Saturday in Mbete, Nkari clan in Ini Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State when the proprietor of Liberty Films and Liberty Gospel Church, Evangelist Mrs. Helen Ukpabio, buried her mother and younger sister in one fell swoop
Before now, the news of illegal oil bunkering was alien to the people and residents of the commercial city of Onitsha and its environs. Such news had always been peculiar to the people of the Niger Delta and other oil-producing areas.
One hundred and fifty-two teachers sacked by the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) under the administration of Governor Henry Seriake Dickson have been reinstated. Four hundred teachers employed by the previous administration
More than 250 houses including churches and school buildings were destroyed in Owo, Ondo State, as the community witnessed the first rain of the year on Monday night January 21, 2013.
As Nigerians, we should be concerned at the prospects of our fellow citizens being slaughtered in an avoidable foreign war for no other reason than (that) they enlisted in the army for a career.
Two persons believed to be officers attached to the Kano State Police Command on Wednesday killed, while a wing of Burkure police station
Mention the name, Churchill Sosa Gusto, the response you’ll get is faces staring at you quizzically wondering who the hell you are talking about. But just whisper Rymzo on the street of Lagos, Calabar or Yola and you’ll discover that the name rings a bell in the ears of people, most especially, reggae fans.
After the Super Eagles qualified to play in the quarterfinals of the ongoing Nations Cup in South Africa and it was scheduled that the Nigerian team would face the Elephants of Cote d’Ivoire at this stage on Sunday, tongues began to wag with doubts that Eagles