PDP Mourns Right Activist, Esther Uzoma

  The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has expressed deep sadness over the death of human rights activist and social crusader, Barrister Esther Uzoma, describing her death as a huge loss to the nation and humanity at large. The PDP stated that the late convener of Nigerian Civil Society Situation Room and National Coordinator of Proactive … Continue reading PDP Mourns Right Activist, Esther Uzoma

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PDP Mourns Right Activist, Esther Uzoma

  The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has expressed deep sadness over the death of human rights activist and social crusader, Barrister Esther Uzoma, describing her death as a huge loss to the nation and humanity at large. The PDP stated that the late convener of Nigerian Civil Society Situation Room and National Coordinator of Proactive … Continue reading PDP Mourns Right Activist, Esther Uzoma

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How COVID-19 Almost Killed Me – Buhari’s Aide

  The Special Adviser to the President on Political Matters, Babafemi Ojudu, has shared his experience with COVID-19, saying he almost died from the deadly virus. He disclosed this on Saturday via a Facebook post. Read Ojudu’s full post below: My Journey to Covidom, By Babafemi Ojudu It took a lot of self-persuasion to decide … Continue reading How COVID-19 Almost Killed Me – Buhari’s Aide

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FA Cup: Smith Rowe Fires Arsenal Into Fourth Round

  Emile Smith Rowe made the most of his red card reprieve as the Arsenal youngster sent the FA Cup holders into the fourth round with the decisive extra-time strike in Saturday’s 2-0 victory against Newcastle. Smith Rowe avoided being sent off when his foul on Sean Longstaff — initially ruled a dismissal — was changed … Continue reading FA Cup: Smith Rowe Fires Arsenal Into Fourth Round

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No NIN, No Registration Of Vehicles, Says FRSC

  The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says the issuance of the National Identification Number (NIN) is compulsory for all categories of vehicle registration. In a statement issued on Saturday, the Corps Public Education Officer, Bisi Kazeem, said the move, which is in total compliance with the presidential directives, would commence from the second quarter … Continue reading No NIN, No Registration Of Vehicles, Says FRSC

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No NIN, No Registration Of Vehicles, Says FRSC

  The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says the issuance of the National Identification Number (NIN) is compulsory for all categories of vehicle registration. In a statement issued on Saturday, the Corps Public Education Officer, Bisi Kazeem, said the move, which is in total compliance with the presidential directives, would commence from the second quarter … Continue reading No NIN, No Registration Of Vehicles, Says FRSC

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Insurgents Attack Gujba Town In Yobe

  Boko Haram terrorists on Saturday attacked the Gujba town of Gujba Local Government Area of Yobe State. This attack comes two days after suspected Boko haram insurgents attacked the Geidam community in the state where they burnt down shops and carted away drugs in the hospital. Speaking to Channels Television, a local source, Adamu … Continue reading Insurgents Attack Gujba Town In Yobe

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Abducted Couple Regain Freedom In Ondo

  Men of the Ondo State Police Command have rescued the couple that was abducted in Uso, Owo Local Government Area of Ondo State. The couple was abducted while on a journey along Akure/Owo Road by unknown gunmen who took them into a nearby forest. The vehicle the victims were travelling in and their three … Continue reading Abducted Couple Regain Freedom In Ondo

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Obaseki Hails Court Verdict, Says Ruling ‘Victory For Truth, Rule Of Law’

  Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki has hailed the ruling of the Federal High Court in Abuja, which dismissed the certificate forgery suit instituted brought against him by the All Progressives Congress (APC). Obaseki, in a statement issued on Saturday, said the judgement is a triumph of the rule of law and a testament to … Continue reading Obaseki Hails Court Verdict, Says Ruling ‘Victory For Truth, Rule Of Law’

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Heavy Snowstorms Shut Down Much Of Spain

  Snowstorms across much of Spain left three people dead and caused chaos across much of the country, trapping motorists and closing the capital’s air and rail links, with more falls to come Saturday. On Friday, Madrid experienced its heaviest snowfalls since 1971 after what the AEMET weather agency described as “exceptional and most likely … Continue reading Heavy Snowstorms Shut Down Much Of Spain

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