Our Commitment To Nigeria’s Unity, Peace Is Irrevocable – Uzodinma

  Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma, says his administration and the people of the state are committed to the peace of Nigeria. He stated this on Thursday in a speech to welcome President Muhammadu Buhari who visited Imo to commission some projects. “Our commitment to the unity and peace of Nigeria is irrevocable,” the governor … Continue reading Our Commitment To Nigeria’s Unity, Peace Is Irrevocable – Uzodinma

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PDP Crisis: Court Declines To Hear Suit On Secondus

A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has declined to entertain a suit filed by a faction of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) seeking to restrain the party and any of its members from calling, summoning, or presiding over any meeting, except it is called by Mr Uche Secondus.

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Troops Arrest ‘High-Profile’ Boko Haram Member, Raid IED Materials Hub

  The Nigerian Army says it has arrested a high-profile member of the Boko Haram terrorist group, Yawi Modu, in Damboa Local Government Area (LGA) of Borno State. Troops also raided a Boko Haram Improvised Explosive Device (IED) materials hub in Gashua LGA of Yobe. Director of Army Public Relations, Brigadier General Onyema Nwachukwu, who … Continue reading Troops Arrest ‘High-Profile’ Boko Haram Member, Raid IED Materials Hub

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Football ‘Not Above The Law’, Says Brazil Coach Tite

  Brazil coach Tite said “not everything is allowed” in football in reference to Sunday’s World Cup qualifier aborted minutes after kick-off over alleged Covid-19 quarantine breaches by Argentina. “The justice system, laws, respect and social order exists; in football not everything is allowed, there are rules,” said Tite, without explicitly mentioning Argentina, during a … Continue reading Football ‘Not Above The Law’, Says Brazil Coach Tite

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France Grants Citizenship To 12,000 Foreign COVID-19 Frontline Workers

  France has granted citizenship to over 12,000 foreign-born health workers, security guards, checkout assistants and other frontline workers to thank them for their services during the Covid crisis, the government said Thursday. Marlene Schiappa, junior interior minister in charge of citizenship, said over 16,000 people had applied for a French passport over the past … Continue reading France Grants Citizenship To 12,000 Foreign COVID-19 Frontline Workers

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Court Approves Appointment Of T.B. Joshua’s Wife As SCOAN Trustee

  A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has approved the appointment of Mrs Evelyn Joshua as a trustee of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN). Justice Tijjani Ringim gave the approval on Thursday while ruling on a petition by some concerned members of the church, especially Kola Kareem and Moji Oguntoyinbo, who filed … Continue reading Court Approves Appointment Of T.B. Joshua’s Wife As SCOAN Trustee

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INEC Recognises Valentine Ozigbo As PDP Candidate For Anambra Election

  The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has recognised Mr Valentine Ozigbo as the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for the governorship election in Anambra State. INEC’s National Commissioner and Chairman of Information and Voter Education Committee, Festus Okoye, disclosed this in a statement on Thursday. He explained that the decision was taken … Continue reading INEC Recognises Valentine Ozigbo As PDP Candidate For Anambra Election

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US Calls On G7 To Quickly Implement Global Tax Reform

  US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Thursday urged countries in the G7 group of richest nations to quickly implement a global tax reform aimed at curbing tax avoidance. The proposal announced in June would impose a 15 percent minimum corporate tax globally, and is aimed at stopping companies from shifting their profits to jurisdictions … Continue reading US Calls On G7 To Quickly Implement Global Tax Reform

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Primary, Secondary Schools In Kaduna To Reopen From Sunday – Govt

  Authorities in Kaduna State have announced a new schedule for the reopening of secondary and primary schools across the state. Commissioner of Education in the state, Shehu Makarfi, made the announcement in a statement on Thursday in Kaduna. This comes two months after incessant attacks by bandits on communities forced the government to order … Continue reading Primary, Secondary Schools In Kaduna To Reopen From Sunday – Govt

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Guinea Coup: Osinbajo Seeks Strict Measures Against Nations Where Military Seizes Power

  The Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, has called for stricter measures taken against nations where military takes over government by force. He made the call on Wednesday at a virtual Extraordinary Session of the Authority of Heads of State and Government of ECOWAS member-states on the political developments in the Republics of Guinea and … Continue reading Guinea Coup: Osinbajo Seeks Strict Measures Against Nations Where Military Seizes Power

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