Daily Archives: April 10, 2013

National Tukur-use

Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) officials yesterday submitted its report on its observations on the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) national convention held last year to the National Chairman of the party, Alhaji Bamanga Tukur.

COVER nguzu-edda-oso-road

“I f the Federal Government keeps its words to handle the five roads it awarded in the South East zone that was announced in the week 2013 Easter commenced, then the zone would have been a beneficiary of very special festival package.


It is absolutely unspeakable that the University of Abuja, situated in nation’s capital is in dilapidated condition. In fact, the university is one of the worst in the nation as per infrastructure, poor management and instability.

National IGP-police

The Nigerian Press Council (NPC) has condemned the arrest of four journalists working with the Leadership Newspapers by the police and warned that journalists should not be encumbered in carrying out their civic and constitutional duties. The arrested journalists are Mrs. Chinyere Fred-Adebulugbe,

Abuja Metro zenith basket

On Saturday, March 23, Zenith Bank took its tradition of growing and sustaining female basketball alive, as the 9th Zenith Bank National Women’s Basketball League kicked off in Abuja. It started with fanfare as the host bank with dignitaries of the female basketball in Nigeria were in attendance and added


The new National Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Chief Maxi Okwu, yesterday said the order of the Appeal Court that reinstated Chief Victor Umeh as chairman has no legal implication on the newly-elected national officers. Okwu was elected on Monday as APGA National

Sports eaglet-player

Under-17 National Team, the Golden Eaglets, will depart Lagos this morning for the 10th CAF African Under-17 Championship, which begins on Saturday. The team, which returned from a four-week final training programme at the Aspire Academy for Sports Excellence in Qatar on Sunday,

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