Police from the Aba Area Command in Abia State have rescued a pastor of the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM) kidnapped in the commercial city.
Daily Archives: February 21, 2013
The Federal Government has approved the payment of the agreed benefits accruing to the staff of Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), totalling N384 billion.
If only the dead could talk, Ahmed Baba Mohammed, an Assistant Superintendent (AS 11) with the Nigeria Customs Service would have explained what actually transpired
The House of Representatives, yesterday, ordered its Committee on Banking and Currency to work with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to consider the possibility of implementing a single digit benchmark interest rate for Nigeria
Senate has commenced legislative proceedings to amend the 1999 Constitution that will grant financial autonomy to the Auditor-General of the Federation which will enable it fight corruption in the public service.
The All Progressives Congress (APC) yesterday inaugurated its manifesto and constitution committees in Abuja. It also raised INEC-Legal and Constitutional Compliance Committee
As the controversy continues on the alleged pact between President Goodluck Jonathan and the PDP governors, limiting the former to spend one term as president, the Presidency has cautioned the governors and party chieftains
Kidnappers have abducted six expatriates off the coast of Bayelsa State and are demanding N200 million ransom. The incident had caused panic among expatriates on board vessels operating in the coastal areas of the Niger Delta.
The flood that ravaged many parts of Anambra and other states in the country has since receded but the impact and the memories will linger long in people’s minds. In Anambra, such flooding had not been experienced in the last 60 years.
Ten former commissioners who served in the first tenure of Governor Adams Oshiomhole were among the list of 19 Commissioner nominees forwarded by the governor to the State House of Assembly for screening. Among the old commissioners who made the list are Clement Agba, Louis Odion, Francis Evbuomwan, Inegbedion John, Ekpenisi Omorotionmwman, Chief Lucy James , Donald Osikhena, Abdul Oroh, Christ Ebare and Jemitola Anena.