A fresh crisis is brewing in the Peoples Democratic Party as some national officers of the party have called on the party’s Acting Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Alhaji Haliru Bello, and others to step down with immediate effect.
Abuja — Top militant leaders, who have been causing havoc in the Niger Delta and major oil depots in the South-West, have laid out conditions under which they would stop the renewed bombing of oil installations and embrace peace.
Nigeria’s foreign reserves witnessed another $445.4million drop yesterday as the price of crude oil fell below $28.74 its lowest point for 13 years on concerns over worsening supply glut after sanctions on Iran were lifted last week.
As Nigeria battles with the ongoing Lassa fever outbreak currently ravaging 12 states, including the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) the federal government has been advised to provide rapid test kits to detect the disease on the spot.
The Nigerian Army has said that it was gradually moving into the phase of reconstruction in the north-eastern part of the country, where troops had engaged Boko Haram insurgents since 2011.
The turmoil in the international oil market may be far from easing as the crude oil price plunged below $28 per barrel yesterday.
President Muhammadu Buhari today in Abu Dhabi called for greater global cooperation against the devastating effects of climate change to avert disaster for the human race in the 21st century.
The minority leader, House of Representatives, Hon. Yakubu Umar Barde has advocated for the execution of persons who stole billions of naira of the country’s wealth.
Fifty-five privileged Nigerians stole N1.34 trillion from the treasury between 2006 and 2013, the Federal Government said yesterday.
SENATE leader, Senator Ali Ndume, on Monday, said due diligence and integrity checks carried out by the Senate led to the discovery of the doctored 2016 budget.