Category Archives: Breaking

UN Frowns At IDPs Activities In North East, 45,000 IDPs Have No Shelter In Borno

United Nations Resident Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria, Mr. Edward Kallon appealed to all the humanitarian development partners and stakeholders to braise up to the required and adequate services to prove themselves to internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the north east. Kallon who could not hide his feelings at the forum with the humanitarian stakeholders from…

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American Man Who Allegedly Scammed Three Nigerians Of $565,000 Re-Arraigned

The anti-graft agency, EFCC, on Thursday re-arraigned an American, Marco Ramirez, for allegedly defrauding three Nigerians of $565,000.The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) said it charged Mr Ramirez before a judge, Mojisola Dada, on an amended 12-count charge of conspiracy and obtaining under false pretence. Mr Ramirez was arraigned alongside his companies – USA Now LLC;…

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FG Instruct Schools To Add History as Stand-Alone Subject In Curriculum

The Federal Government has directed all basic and secondary schools across the country to immediately implement the teaching of history as a stand-alone subject from the next academic calendar. Mr Sonny Echono, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education made this known on Friday in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria  in Abuja. It would…

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Domestic Staff Kills Employer and Mother Two Days After Employment

22-year-old domestic staff, Joseph Ogbu has allegedly killed his employer, Oreoluwa John, and her mother, Adejoke John, at their residence in Surulere, Lagos state on Thursday. The Public Relations Officer of the State command, Bala Elkana, said the Surulere Police Station received a distress call at 3am, reporting the murder of Oreoluewa and her mother…

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Ekiti Government Warns Citizens Against Attacking Fulani Herdsmen Who Operate Legitimately

Amidst the chaos between the people and the Fulani herdsmen, whose reports are always in the news, responsible for one killing or the other.The Ekiti State government has appealed to its citizens not to victimise any Fulani herder performing legitimate businesses in the state. The government urged the populace to be cautious and be circumspect…

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Catholic Church In Cross River Disowns Two Priests Over Irregularities

The Catholic Diocese of Ogoja, Cross River State, has disowned two priests, Rev. Frs. Peter Okoi of the Missionary Sons of St. Peter (MSP) and Alfred Umagu of the Missionary Society of St. Paul (MSP), over questionable activities. The diocese through its diocesan chancellor, Rev Fr. Matthew Otuji, issued a statement of disclaimer on Thursday…

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