$2.1bn arms deal: Ladoja received N100m from Anenih –Accord Party
The Accord Party has confirmed that its leader, Senator Rashidi Ladoja, received N100m from the former Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Peoples Democratic Party, Chief Tony Anenih, ahead of the last general elections.
How selfish leaders hinder Nigeria’s growth – Obasanjo
FORMER President,Olusegun Obasanjo, yestetrday, said selfish leaders have hindered the growth and progress of the country. Obasanjo, who advised that every leader to make the interest of the governed paramount in his policies, spoke when the leadership and members of the Scout Association of Nigeria paid him a courtesy visit and decorated him as Messenger of Peace Ambassador for Africa at his Presidential Hilltop mansion in Abeokuta.
Buhari’s anti-graft war not selective – Ajomale
Nigerians have been enjoined to support the ongoing war against corruption by President Muhammadu Buhari.
Lawmakers: Ambode’s Demolition of Oshodi Market Necessary, Timely
Some lawmakers, yesterday, defended the demolition of Owonifari Market within the notorious loop of Oshodi by the State Government, describing the development as necessary step towards the actualization of Oshodi transformation plan
PDP demands immediate release of Metuh
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has called on the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to immediately release its National Publicity Secretary, Chief Olisa Metuh.
Arms deal: Ladoja collected N100m from Anenih, Accord Party confirms
Accord Party, one of the political parties which did not sponsor a presidential candidate for the 2015 elections, has confirmed receiving N100 million from a former chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Peoples’ Democratic Party, Tony Anenih, ahead of the polls.
Arms deal: Metuh didn’t receive N1.4bn or N4m monthly – PDP
Police in manhunt for mother who sold four-month-old baby
Policemen attached to the Lagos State Police Command are on the trail of a house wife who allegedly sold her four months old baby.
Lassa Fever Kills 40, Spreads To Gombe, Plateau, Other States
The Lassa Fever re-emergence mortality rate has increased to 43.2% and has claimed the lives of five more people between Thursday and Friday, pegging the death toll to 40 as against 35 that was recorded on Thursday, thereby bringing the total number of reported cases to 86.
The best of Buhari
By the time his tenure is over, will President Muhammadu Buhari be called great? Or will he be dismissed as just another has-been, or, worse, a mistake of the presidential kind? Well, it depends. For it will depend on how he applied himself to the weight and demands of his office, and whether he managed to crack the huge challenges facing his over 170m people, or the challenges cracked him.
Why Alamieyeseigha hasn’t been buried
THE volatile political situation in Beyelsa State is responsible for the delay of a heroic burial of former governor of the state, Diepreye Alamieyeseigha, it has been learnt.