Iwo epileptic power supply: Students’ union calls for calm

Considering the volatile security situation in the country, we cannot in Iwoland, afford to have any demonstration that can result into violence or constitute a threat to the relative peace we enjoy at this time, even though the frustration is justifiable.

Generator Ban: Nigerian Senators should lead by example

A government that is willing and ready to ban the usage of generating set should provide an alternative and not proposal that gifts 10 years jail term for generator importers and sellers.

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Gunmen invade palace, kidnap Ekiti monarch

the gunmen accessed the palace at about 8.30pm by scaling the fence before they began to shoot sporadically to scare the occupants.

London trip: President Buhari now re-energised- APC

“Mr president is undoubtedly re-energised and recommitted to executing the lofty developmental objectives of the APC-led administration,”

Ramadan: Kano Hisbah arrests three males, eight females for not fasting

We will investigate and if they have cogent reasons we will release them. Those found wanting will however be enlightened and even prosecuted if need be,”

1.05m persons vaccinated with with 1st dose of covid vaccine in Nigeria

A breakdown of the NPHCDA update contained in an Electronic Management of Immunisation Data, EMID, System, showed that Lagos remains ahead in the exercise with 193,794 persons vaccinated.