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Killings: Presidency is pleased with service chiefs – Garba Sheu

“I am not aware that the tenure of service chiefs is subjected to any law of regulation that is clearly stated. They serve at the pleasure of the president and (if) the president is satisfied with their performance, he keeps them. The buck stops at his table —with due respect to the feelings of Nigerians.

Borno killings: Olowu of Kuta commiserates with Gov Zulum, Borno people

"it is callous to mix the pathetic issues at hand with your age long project of Service Chiefs Removal " The federal government should as a matter of urgency Double our Defence budget for our Armed forces, because with the right funding we're confident in the army leadership and men to end the insurgency in no distant time.

Edo state government screens pensioners in 18 LGA

“The Schedule Dates and Time for the Screening are as follow: (i) Edo South-Wednesday 2nd to Friday 4th December, 2020 – 8.00am -4.00pm (ii) Edo North-Monday 7th to Wednesday 9th December, 2020-8.00am-4.00pm (iii) Edo Central – Thursday 10th to Saturday 12th December, 2020-8.00am-4.00am.

Borno Massacre: Redouble your efforts to protect citizens, NHRC tells FG

“All hands must be on deck to address this issue, our people must be protected from the harm of insurgency.”

Canada: ALTEC leads pathway to easy migration for Africans

Canada has over 100 immigration programs; offering a wide range of opportunities by which persons can immigrate to the country either as temporary residents with permission to work or study or become Permanent Residents.

Biden appoints Nigerian-born Wally Adeyemo as US deputy treasury secretary.

He was selected to concurrently serve as Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economics and deputy director of the National Economic Council in 2015, serving until 2016.

43 Borno farmers killed, not 110 civilians, Defence Headquarters replies UN

“Probably we may count up to the figure he (Kallon) gave in the future but as it is now, what we have counted with the locals is still 43 and we are hoping that we don’t get beyond that.

Alleged forgery: Court orders IGP to prosecute businessman, firm

“The respondents are hereby compelled to refile the charge and prosecute Chika Ikenga, Suraj Yakabu and Eunisell Chemicals Ltd for the offences of false information, forgery and false impersonation as contained in charge No.CR/361/18 between the Inspector General of Police and Chika Ikenga, Suraj Yakubu & Eunisell Chemicals Ltd which charge was filed on the 5th of October, 2018 and withdrawn on the 26th of February, 2019.

Stop Ohanaeze’s election, arrest Nwodo, others, Lawyer to DSS

“Stop Ohanaeze Ndigbo being led by Chief John Nnia Nwodo from conducting any election whatsoever into the offices of the illegal association in any of the states of the federation since the association is an illegal body.

“My wife is a devil’s incarnate”, husband tells court

“This prophet took ill and requested that I see him when he was at the verge of dying. The person who conveyed the message to me said the prophet told him he wanted to do a confession. My lord, unfortunately he died before I got to his place,” Johnson said.

First time in 43 years, NNPC presents first budget to N’Assembly

Refineries can’t work until crude pipelines are functional

Nigerian court hears blasphemy conviction appeals in northern city Kano

Kola Alapinni, a defence lawyer representing the two defendants, said the convictions were incompatible with Nigeria's constitution, which gives people the right to have freedom of expression.

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Lady beaten, striped naked for indecent dressing by men of the Nigerian Army in Ogun

The soldier was caught on video yanking off the young lady’s blouse and had also wanted to take off her bra when passersby intervened.

ODB@54: A toast to a selfless leader

Prince Dotun Babayemi, a selfless leader and philanthropist, a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria since 1990, he...

It is questionable to call Nigeria a united nation, says Jonathan

"If you go to the Southwest, the same thing. If you go to the Southeast, the same thing. That shows clearly that as a nation, we are in trouble. The unity of the country is questionable."

US removes visa fees for Nigerian applicants

“The ministry of foreign affairs wishes to inform that the United States government has removed all visa reciprocity fees for Nigerian citizens seeking visas to the United States,”