The Agricultural Revolution Of Former Agric Commissioner Joe Okojie In Edo State

The Agricultural Revolution Of Former Agric Commissioner Joe Okojie In Edo State

Prince Joe Okojie is no ordinary Agricultural Commissioner. He is the of the royal house of Uromi, More »


Ortom Dares Anyone With Knowledge Of  Corrupt Dealings In His Government To Blow The Whistle

Benue state Governor, Samuel Ortom has challenged residents of the state not to hesitate to blow the whistle if they had any case of corruption against him or any of his appointees. “I have tried to run an open and

No Cause For Alarm, President Buhari Is Fine – Garba Shehu

In a series of tweets on Sunday, May 14, Garba Shehu, a Spox of  President Buhari said that the rumours flying around about the death of the president are not only baseless but unpleasant and plain lies spread by vested interests

Anenih’s son Eugene slumps, dies at Lagos club

Eugene Anenih, son of the Peoples’ Democratic Party ( PDP) chieftain, Chief Tony Anenih, has, reportedly slumped and died at a Lagos club on Saturday. Reports had it that he was playing table tennis game when he suddenly slumped and


The Benue State Deputy Governor Engr Benson Abounu in reaction to the defamatory story making rounds on a lowly rated blog operated by a quack blogger and an e thug for the main opposition party in Benue State whos name

Video: Boko Haram Claims Federal Govt Lied On The Number Of Boko Haram Commanders Exchanged For 82 Freed Chibok Girls

  Islamic terrorist Boko Haram group has, in a new video release, confirmed the earlier claims by the Federal Government that some of the arrested terror group’s members, particularly terrorist commanders, were swapped with the recently released Chibok girls in

Ranching Is Solution To Herdsmen Attacks -Begha U Tiv

The Tor Tiv, Prof. James Ayatse, said the establishment of ranches was the only solution to the recurring clashes between Farmers and Herdsmen in the country. Ayatse said this on Friday in Abuja at a two-day National Security Summit. He

Yet Again! Fulani Terrorist Herdsmen Murder Four In Logo In Continuing Attacks

By: Uja Emmanuel, MAKURDI Six days after Fulani herdsmen invaded Logo local government area, home of ex-governor, Gabriel Suswam killing about twenty people, the insurgents between Tuesday and Wednesday again made a violent incursion into the Mbavuur council ward of

Police loses N11.2m to Peace Corps in Human Rights Suit 

  By Yemi Itodo  An Abuja High Court has issued a garnishee order attaching the money belonging to the Nigerian police in the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) for the purpose of settlement of judgment debt incurred by the police

Suswam’s Ill Health Stalls His Arraignment Over N9 Billion Fraud

Former Gov. Gabriel Suswam of Benue could not be formally charged with N9 billion fraud at Federal High Court, Abuja on Thursday due to his absence on grounds of ill health. Mr. Suswam and two others are facing fresh 32-count


By Terver Akase Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom today made another compelling presentation for the country to embrace the establishment of ranches as solution for herdsmen crisis in parts of the country. Governor Ortom spoke on behalf of other Nigerian

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