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Month: August 2015


Any Change? Read Full Text Of General Ibrahim Babangida’s Coup Speech On August 27 , 1985

Fellow Nigerians, When in December 1983, the former military leadership, headed by Major-General Muhammadu Buhari, assumed the reins of government, its accession was heralded in the history of this country. With the nation at the mercy of political misdirection and…

Crime News

How Man Stabbed Lover To Death, Fled Ogun Community

There has been tension in the Oke Afa, Magboro area of Ogun State after a woman, Edeth Favour, was stabbed to death by her lover during an altercation. The man, who residents could not identify by name, has reportedly fled…

Breaking News National News News

MIRACULOUS: How Nigeria Defeated Angola In First Afrobasket Title Win, Qualifying For Olympics

Nigeria’s D’Tigers on Sunday night defeated Angola 74-65 to claim their first ever AfroBasket Championship title and qualify for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games men’s basketball event, reports. Nigeria had in the semi-final defeated Senegal Nigeria’s men’s basketball senior…

National News News Politics

Full Statement: Give Jonathan Administration Due Credit, Former Ministers Tell Buhari

We, the Ministers who served under the President Goodluck Jonathan administration, have watched with increasing alarm and concern the concerted effort by the Buhari administration and members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to condemn, ridicule and undermine the efforts…

National News News

Detained Nigerian Journalist, Simon Ateba, Cries Out From Cameroon

A Nigerian journalist, Simon Ateba, based in Nigeria, was on Friday, arrested by security agents in Cameroon where he was working on a story of Nigerian refugees from Nigeria who fled to the country. He narrated what happened on his…

Breaking News Metro News National News News Politics

Anti-Corruption: Jonathan Developed The Single Treasury Account (TSA), No Buhari, Ex-Ministers Reveal

Contrary to impression created in the media that The Single Treasury Account (TSA), was an initiative of the President Muhammadu Buhari, ministers who served under the last administration have revealed it was former President Jonathan’s brain child to curb corruption….

Breaking News Metro News National News News

Boko Haram: 56 Villagers Killed In Borno

No fewer than 56 villagers were massacred in Nganzai town of Borno State in Nigeria’s troubled North Eastern region by Boko Haram members. The Governor of the State, Kashim Shettima, who confirmed the killing which occurred on Friday, condemned the…

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Stop Castigating Jonathan, We’re Not Afraid Of Probe, Ex-Ministers Tell Buhari

Former President Goodluck Jonathan’s ministers have asked President Muhammadu Buhari to stop unwarranted attacks on the former president. They have also asked Buhari to show respect to Jonathan in his actions and utterances as a former president of Nigeria, who…

Breaking News Metro News National News News Politics

FULL RESULT: How Audu Won Kogi APC Gov Primary

Former Kogi State governor, Abubakar Audu, has been declared the winner of the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship ticket to fly the party’s flag in the contest for the Office of the state’s Governor in November. The result of the…

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REVEALED: How DSS Arrested 14-Year-Old Boko Haram Spy At Abuja Int’l Airport

The Department of State Services (DSS) has narrated how its operatives at in Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in the federal capital territory, Abuja. The DSS said that on 24th August, 2015, the Service in liaison with Aviation Security of Nnamdi…

Breaking News Crime News

Boko Haram: Tragedy Averted As DSS Foils Terror Attack On Abuja Airport, Warns Nigerians

But for the vigilance of Nigeria’s intelligence agency there may have been a terror attack on the nation’s airport, even as security sources warned of a possible attack on the federal capital territory airport after what was referred to as…