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FG Considering To Stop Interstate, Inter-Town Travels

The Federal Government has said that it is considering to stop inter-state and inter-town travels in the country. In a statement on Thursday, the Minister for Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, says that the nation’s strategy at containing the pandemic is working, adding that the country still has a long way to go.

Between Protest and Insurrection | Taiwo Ajakaye

So let's try to check the THIN line between protest & insurrection. I hope to keep it as simple as possible. Since the SHOCK I have been having about how USA is handling this #CapitolRiot, I've thought about clarification of protest's legitimacy. A protest: "a statement or action expressing disapproval of or objection to...

N5M To Celebrate Nudity, N5M for Mental Excellence | Festus Adebayo

When Big Brother Naija graduate, Olamilekan Moshood Agbeleshe, a.k.a Laycon, was announced winner of the contest and was instantly made Youth Ambassador by the Ogun State governor, Dapo Abiodun, dashed a house and a cash gift of N5million, this writer lamented the loss of values among Nigerian leaders. My...

USA Capitol Protest and Matters Arising

Chinua Achebe said "Those who have had their kernels cracked for them by benevolent spirits should in turn, learn to be humble" ...

Elections conducted by Third World Countries More Credible Than American Elections -Trump

United States President Donald Trump says the country’s election process is worse than that of third world countries. Developing countries of Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Australia/Oceania are usually referred to as third world. This statement by President Trump simply means Nigerian Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) elections are more credible than that conducted...

Ahmed Musa Completes a Multi Million Naira Sport Centre in Kaduna

Ahmed Musa has completed another multi million naira sport centre in Kaduna State, just as he did in Kano State, to train more youths as his own way of giving back to the society. The Nigerian Super Eagles winger who had a stint in Saudi Arabia League, had also sponsored 100 students in...

Lagos Terrorist Attack, The Missing CNN And BBC Documentary

They have the documentary of how Lagos was attacked by terrorists on the 21st of October 2020 in a well coordinated way, they're only hiding it for now from the world. @CNN operating ILLEGALLY in Nigeria is keeping this away from their viewers worldwide. Giving the breakdown of the Economic cost of the SORO SOKE EndSARS...

Lagos-Ibadan Railway Commences Operation

At 8:00 a.m. on the 7th of December 2020, the main line of the Lagos-Ibadan railway, the first double-track standard gauge modern railway in West Africa, commenced trial operations with passengers. On the same day, the acceptance process started on the main line of the railway. The train departed from the Ibadan station in...

Gowon: Allegations Leveled Against Me Are “Mere Rubbish Fallacy”

A former military Head of State, retired General Yakubu Gowon has described the allegations leveled against him by a United Kingdom parliament member, Tom Tugendhat that he stole half of Nigeria’s money stocked in the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) during his regime as “mere rubbish fallacy”. General Gowon, who told the BBC News...

UK Parliamentary Debate on Nigeria: Raw Emotions Cannot Legitimize Falsehood

The Buhari Media Organization has noted in their response to the UK parliament that the recent session held by members of the UK Parliament’s Petition Committee to debate the EndSARS protests and also propose sanctions against Nigeria was a Kangaroo Court that spit in the face of democratic values. The group in a statement...

Court revokes The Bail of Faisal, Maina’s son, Orders His Arrest

A Federal High Court in Abuja has revoked the bail granted the son of ex-Chairman of the Pension Reform Tasks Team (PRTT), Abdulrasheed Maina, Faisal and issued bench warrant for his arrest. Faisal is being tried for money laundering related offence by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) before the court.