Senate president: Group advises APC leadership, campaigns for Goje

By Ahmed Ahmed

Easter: Okorocha preaches love

By Valentine Amanze

Obi to Nigerians: Partner with Church for development

.Decries the killing of Igboka
By Valentine Amanze

Breaking: Onnoghen convicted, banned from holding public office for 10 years

The Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) has convicted the suspended Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Walter Onnoghen, and has banned him from holding any public office for 10 years.
Onnoghen will be removed from office as the Chief Justice of Nigeria and the Chairman of the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB).
In today’s ruling, the CCT also directed that all monies in the account be seized and fortified to the Federal Government based on the fact that he failed to show the tribunal how he acquired the monies in that account.

Okorocha: I’ll handover six fresh varsities, four polytechnics to Ihedioha

Less than six weeks to the end of his eight years’ administration, Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, yesterday said that his administration would among other things, handover six universities, four polytechnics and two colleges of education built to the incoming administration on May 29, 2019.

Senate kills bill seeking to open Nigerian citizenship to other Africans

The Senate, yesterday, threw out abill seeking to amend the 1999 Constitution to allow persons of African origin to acquire Nigerian citizenship for purposes of re-integration and development.
The bill, which was sponsored by Senator Ben Murray-Bruce, was killed on the floor, when he was not able to convince his colleagues beyond doubt that opening the borders of Nigeria to other African nations to come and acquire citizenship would be in the best interest of the country.

Death toll hits 200 in battle for Libya’s Tripoli – WHO

At least 205 people have been killed and more than 900 wounded in the battle for control of the Libyan capital, Tripoli, the World Health Organization (WHO) said Thursday.
Fighting broke out on April 4 when military strongman, Khalifa Haftar, launched an offensive to take Tripoli, the seat of the UN-recognised Government of National Accord (GNA).
Reporting at least 205 people dead and 913 wounded, WHO said that it was keeping medical and surgical teams deployed at field hospitals near the front lines.

Nasarawa attack: Army vows to track down perpetrators

The Nigerian Army has vowed to arrest perpetrators of Sunday’s attack on Numa Kochu village in Akwanga Local Government Area of Nasarawa State.
In its Operation Whirl Stroke covering Benue, Nasarawa and Taraba states, troops had been directed to work with other security agencies in the state.
Addressing journalists in Lafia, Commander of the Operation, Major General Adeyemi Yekini, renewed the military’s commitment in restoring peace.
His words: “We don’t really have troops there at Akwanga as we speak but there are other security forces on the ground there.

IGP deploys Tactical Team to Nasarawa, orders CP to arrest bandits

The Acting Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has ordered the immediate deployment of a Tactical Team to provide additional support to the existing operatives in Nasarawa State.
This is against the backdrop of the shootings on April 14, 2019, in Numa Kochu village of the state.
In a statement by the Force Public Relations Officer, Force Headquarters, DCP Frank Mba, said that the IGP also directed the Commissioner of Police, Nasarawa State to identify and fish out all persons connected to the dastardly killings.

Why Buhari must tender his WAEC certificate at tribunal, by PDP

By Valentine Amanze