IBB passes vote of confidence on National Assembly leadership

By Ummi Ismaeel,
The former Military President, General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (IBB), has urged members of the National Assembly, House of Representatives leadership in particular, to remain resilient in ensuring the promotion of peace and unity in line with popular wishes of Nigerians.

Envoy of St. Vincent and Grenadin vists Imo governor (Photo)

L –R: Imo State Governor, Emeka Ihedioha, welcoming the Ambassador of St. Vincent and Grenadin, Levi Odoe, when the during a visit to the Government House, Owerri, Monday.

Imo govt battles flood, rallies experts for solution

By Valentine Amanze

This is what happens to your body when you drink tea every day

By Reader's Digest

If you're sipping a cup of tea while reading this, you're supporting just about every organ in your body. Unsweetened tea is rich in antioxidants, which prevent chronic diseases and help repair cells in the body. "Tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant, which contains antioxidants known as catechins, most importantly epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG)," says Anthony Kouri, MD, an orthopedic surgeon in Toledo, Ohio. "These eliminate free radicals in the body and reduce inflammation."

Niger governor sets up c’ttee against age falsification in Civil Service

.Niger Water Board begins metering of consumers

By Priscilla Campbell, Minna

Go and be inaugurated like Bauchi lawmakers, group urges dissident Edo members-elect

Concerned Citizens of Edo State, an umbrella body comprised of trade associations, youth and professional groups, market women amongst others, has urged the dissident members-elect of Edo House of Assembly, currently in Abuja, to follow the example set by Bauchi State lawmakers and present themselves for inauguration.

According to the group, "We read with delight, news report of the inauguration of the factional lawmakers in Bauchi State. We laud their maturity and recommend similar bold and people-spirited move for our Edo members-elect."

I’m glad the protests took place, says Sowore

HUMAN rights activist, Omoyele Sowore, has expressed happiness over the fact that the RevolutionNow protests took place in parts of the country.

Sowore, who has refused to eat meals given to him all along by the secret police, expressed gratitude to Nigerians and the international community for their support, urging them to pour out to the streets in protest against bad governance in the country,

Conjoined twins: An impossible decision review: Agonising choice for both parents, doctors

By The Telegraph

Ihedioha to attend Mbaise Colloquium on August 14

By Valentine Amanze

Group threatens to picket AEDC over blackout

By Ummi Ismaeel,