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 »

 

Buhari Suffers Speech Impairment In London

BY SAHARAREPORTERS President Muhammad Buhari, who left Nigeria 45 days ago to resume treatment for an undisclosed medical condition believed to be cancer, has developed speech difficulties, presidency sources said today. Previously, Mr. Buhari was also said to be suffering

Edo Pushes Anti-Open Grazing Bill

A bill for a law to establish the Edo State Cattle Rearing and Grazing Agency on Tuesday passed second reading on the floor of the Edo House of Assembly. Bright Osayande (APC-Ovia North East 11), who led the debate for

Benue Dares Miyetti Allah Over Threat To Occupy Part Of Benue  

  By Vanguard Newspaper MAKURDI—Benue State government has warned that the threat by the herdsmen’s socio-cultural organisation, Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore, to forcefully take over part of the state for cattle grazing in defiance of the state’s anti-open grazing law,

Nigerian government reacts to news on removal of CRK from secondary school curriculum

The Federal Ministry of Education has debunked reports that Christian Religious Knowledge, CRK, has been removed as a subject of study from the curriculum of public secondary schools in Nigeria while Islamic Religious Studies, IRS, has been reintroduced. Debunking the

Court Orders Remand Of Suswam In Prison Until Bail Conditions Met

BY PUNCH NEWSPAPER A Federal High Court in Abuja on Monday ordered a former Governor of Benue State, Gabriel Suswam, and two of his former aides, to be remanded in Kuje Prisons, Abuja. Justice Gabriel Kolawole made the remand order

Charges Laid Against Tsav Over Inciting Letter Against Governor Ortom

By NAN  The Benue government on Monday dragged Alhaji Abubakar Tsav, former Lagos State Police Commissioner, before a Makurdi Chief Magistrate’s Court for allegedly writing an inciting letter against Gov. Samuel Ortom. Tsav is currently a member of the Public

Auchi Poly to sanction lecturers trading marks for sex, money

INEC says the University lecturers and students will help the commission in aiding 1.6m persons in Edo to vote in the upcoming elections The Federal Polytechnic Auchi, Edo, on Monday, warned that it would henceforth sanction lecturers in the habit

MUST READ: Revealing Details of how Abacha died in 1998 – Al-Mustapha

Former Chief Security Officer, CSO, to the late Head of State, Gen Sani Abacha, Major Hamza Al-Mustapha, has dismissed claims that Abacha died after eating an apple from his concubines. Narrating how the former Head of State died, Al-Mustapha said

Uncertainty Taints Planned Oil Exploration In Chad Basin

bY FRANCIS OKOYE, Maiduguri and FESTUS OKOROMADU, Abuja Few days to the deadline set by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) to resume oil exploration in Borno state, indications have emerged that the planned exercise may not take place soon.

(Unemployment)N-Power: 753,307 graduates apply in five days

 The total number of graduate applicants in the N-Power job recruitment scheme as at June 18, is 753,307 thus exceeding the total number of both graduate and non-graduate applicants in 2016 by 2,307. The Senior Special Assistant to the President

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