NHRC Visits Channels TV Over Precious Owolabi’s Death

  The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Thursday paid a condolence visit to Channels Television’s office in Abuja, the nation’s capital. The visit comes three weeks after the 21-year-old journalist died from gunshot wound he sustained while covering the clash between the police and the Shiite protesters on July 22. READ ALSO: Final Journey … Continue reading NHRC Visits Channels TV Over Precious Owolabi’s Death

Read More

Brazil Prosecutors Ask Judge To Close Neymar Rape Case

  Prosecutors in Brazil said Thursday they agree with a police finding that there is not enough evidence to prove rape allegations against Neymar and have asked a judge to close the case. “What happened between four walls is impossible to know, we have her word against his,” prosecutor Flavia Merlini told reporters. “We have … Continue reading Brazil Prosecutors Ask Judge To Close Neymar Rape Case

Read More

Fintiri Visits Buhari, Asks President To Upgrade Federal Medical Centre

  Governor Umaru Fintiri of Adamawa State on Thursday visited President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa in Abuja, the nation’s capital. The governor who was the leader of a delegation known as Leaders of Thoughts visited the President on issues affecting the state. Part of the requests presented before the President was to convert the … Continue reading Fintiri Visits Buhari, Asks President To Upgrade Federal Medical Centre

Read More

17 ‘Terrorists’ Killed In Egypt Operation Linked To Car Blast

  Egyptian security forces killed 17 “terrorists” on Thursday during an operation against suspects in last weekend’s deadly car blast in Cairo that claimed some 20 lives. The interior ministry said the 17 killed belonged to the Hasm group, an armed affiliate of the banned Muslim Brotherhood. Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi has called the … Continue reading 17 ‘Terrorists’ Killed In Egypt Operation Linked To Car Blast

Read More

Taraba Killing: Police Pay Tribute To Slain Officers, Reveal Identities

  The Nigeria Police has paid tribute to three of its personnel killed by soldiers along Ibi-Jalingo Road in Taraba State. It also released the identities and photographs of the affected officers, a day after the Force announced their death as a result of the unfortunate incident. The slain officers were listed as Sergeant Usman … Continue reading Taraba Killing: Police Pay Tribute To Slain Officers, Reveal Identities

Read More

U-20 Women World Cup: Osinbajo Assures FIFA Of FG’s Support

The Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, has assured FIFA of the Federal Government’s support in hosting the next U-20 Women World Cup 2020 in Nigeria. Osinbajo stated this on Thursday while receiving a delegation of FIFA Inspection Team at the Presidential Villa, adding that the government is actively supporting the bid of the Nigerian Football Federation, … Continue reading U-20 Women World Cup: Osinbajo Assures FIFA Of FG’s Support

Read More

El-Zakzaky Will Not Seek Asylum In A Foreign Land, Says IMN

  The Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), has said that its leader Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky and his wife, Zeenat will not seek asylum in a foreign land. While reacting to the conditions given by the Kaduna State Government, to the IMN leader before travelling for medical treatment in India, the shiites spokesman in a statement … Continue reading El-Zakzaky Will Not Seek Asylum In A Foreign Land, Says IMN

Read More

Evans’ Arrest And Key Operations By Slain Police Officers

  The police have paid tributes to the slain officers and revealed the key operations they were involved in. Force Public Relations Officer, Mr Frank Mba, gave the breakdown in a statement issued on Thursday in Abuja. While paying tribute to the officers, he identified them as Inspector Mark Edaile from Edo State, as well … Continue reading Evans’ Arrest And Key Operations By Slain Police Officers

Read More

Another Nigerian Taxi Driver Killed In South Africa

  Another Nigerian taxi driver Joseph Ajouna, has been killed by gunmen in South Africa. This comes less than a week when Benjamin Simeon, also a Nigerian taxi driver who hails from Okposi, Ebonyi State was killed in Johannesburg on August 3, 2019. Explaining the incident, the leader of the Nigerian Citizens Association, Western Cape … Continue reading Another Nigerian Taxi Driver Killed In South Africa

Read More

Kyrgyzstan Special Forces Arrest Ex-President After Violent Clashes

  Kyrgyzstan’s former president was detained in a major security operation Thursday, police said, a day after clashes between his supporters and law enforcement left one dead and dozens injured. The Central Asian state, which has seen two revolutions in less than two decades, is on the brink of crisis amid a standoff between ex-leader … Continue reading Kyrgyzstan Special Forces Arrest Ex-President After Violent Clashes

Read More