• Troops uncover illegal oil bunkering sites in Delta communities

    Troops have uncovered illegal bunkering sites in Owahwa and Tseleku communities in the riverine area of Delta State. Army spokesman, Brig. General Onyema Nwachukwu, who made the disclosure, noted that troops of the Nigerian Army (NA), in synergy with personnel of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), had continued to crack down on saboteurs of Nigeria’s oil sector in Southern Nigeria.…

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  • No candidate deserves win, says George as PEPC delivers verdict tomorrow

    A former deputy national chairman of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Olabode George, yesterday, said it would be a shame if the Presidential Election Petition Court (PEPC) pronounces anybody as winner of the February 25 presidential election. His comment followed report that the court will, tomorrow, deliver judgment on petitions against the declaration of Bola Ahmed Tinubu as winner of thepoll.…

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  • PROFILE: Meet the five judges who’ll decide Tinubu’s, Atiku’s, Obi’s fate at Tribunal

    In May, the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal commenced its sitting with various justices presiding over the various petitions concerning the 2023 presidential election. Five political parties including the PDP, LP, Action Peoples Party (APP), Allied Peoples Movement (APM) and the Action Alliance (AA) had lodged separate petitions before the tribunal seeking to annul Tinubu’s victory. The sitting of the five-man panel of…

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  • Tinubu Is Not Threatening Election Tribunal Judges; He Isn’t Worried About Ruling – Presidency

    “He (Tinubu) is not worried simply because he knows he won the election,” said presidential spokesman, Ajuri Ngelale, on Channels Television on Monday. The presidency has said President Bola Tinubu is not worried ahead of the Wednesday’s judgment to be delivered by the Presidential Election Petition Court, and therefore, he is not threatening any of the judicial officers. “He (Tinubu)…

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  • Gunmen kill seven worshippers in northern Nigeria

    Gunmen have killed seven Muslim worshippers and injured three others in two separate attacks on mosques in northwest Nigeria’s Kaduna state, police said Saturday. Suspects from criminal gangs referred to as bandits opened fire Friday on worshippers in Saya-Saya community in Ikara district during evening prayers, killing six people, Kaduna state police spokesman Mansir Hassan said in a statement. “At…

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  • Cleric tasks Tinubu, ECOWAS on peaceful mediation in Niger

    As Gabon joined other African countries with military insurrection that led to the termination of President Ali Bongo Ondimba 14-year rule, the Planter of Christ Apostolic Church, Adamimogo Grace of Mercy Prayer Mountain, Worldwide, Prophet Sam Olu-Alo, has asked President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, and his counterparts in Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to amicably resolve the Niger Republic…

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  • Labour Party rejects Edo LGs election

    The Comrade Julius Abure-led Labour Party has rejected the result of the Edo State Local Government Election held on Saturday as announced by the State Independent Electoral Commission. The LP condemned the election as conducted by the Edo SIEC, describing it as another sad testimony of how low a state government can descend in attempting to rubbish the gains of…

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  • New COVID-19 Variant: Proactive measures in place at MMIA – Port Health

    Our mandate is health safety and security at the point of entry, and it covers both routine and emergencies The Port Health Services (PHS) at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, said it has taken proactive measures to prevent importation of the new COVID-19 variant into the country. The Officer-in-Charge, Omede Ogu, gave the assurance in an interview with the…

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  • National Group Canvasses National Award for Honest Hotel Staff

    Members of Ogbakor Iwhurohna United States of America (USA) and Canada (OUSA/Canada), the apex socio-cultural organization of indigenes of Iwhurohna in Rivers State, have called on President Bola Tinubu to honor Ngozi Kekwaaru, a staff of Eko Hotel and Suites, in Lagos, who returned $70,000 misplaced by one of the hotel’s customers. In a communiqué issued after the diaspora group’s…

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  • Court Ruling Causes Confusion: Apapa LP National Chairman Replaced, Abure Removed

    Confusion over the leadership of Labour Party (LP) continued, yesterday, as the Court of Appeal in Owerri, Imo State, removed Julius Abure as national chairman. The court, consequently, recognised Lamidi Apapa as national chairman and the one Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) should deal with, in terms of candidates of the party for the coming Imo, Kogi and Bayelsa governorship…

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