Buhari signs medical residency training bill into law
President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday signed two bills into law.
Plateau killings: Buhari urged to fulfil campaign promise on security
Past Students Leaders Forum, PSLF, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to fulfil his campaign promise of stamping out violent activities of militia groups in the country upon assumption of office or resign his hallowed position.
UN, Amnesty unveil figures on killings
IN separate reports, two global bodies, Amnesty International and the UN, have passed a damning verdict on the human rights situation in Nigeria. They both unveiled sordid record of wanton killings and maiming in the country between 2017 and this year
UN: How Boko Haram, Military Killed, Maimed Hundreds of Children
About 881 children were either killed or maimed by the Boko Haram terror group and Nigerian security forces in 2017, the United Nations (UN) has said.
Buhari can’t secure Nigeria, must be changed, says Dankwambo group
The current Federal administration led by President Muhammadu Buhari has completely failed to deliver quality service to the nation and therefore must be changed with a more robust and well-focused leadership that would deliver Nigeria from poverty, insecurity and other social plaques facing the country.
How FG loses crude earnings to IOCs metering
The Federal Government’s reliance on the International Oil Companies (IOCs) to determine the quantity of oil production is negatively affecting the country’s crude earnings.
PDP to Presidency: Stop blame game, end killings
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has asked the Presidency to stop the blame-game and end the violent killings of innocent citizens by marauders in the country.
PDP Reps caucus backs US over Plateau killings
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Caucus in the House of Representatives on Thursday applauded the United States’ government for expressing strong condemnation of the latest attack in Plateau state that consumed more than one hundred lives and properties destroyed.
Plot To Impeach Imo Deputy Gov Thickens
Plot to impeach the deputy governor of Imo State, Prince Eze Madumere, takes a new dimension as governor Rochas Okorocha through the Imo House of Assembly under the leadership of Hon. Acho Ihim, has taken steps towards realising the vexatious project by suspending four lawmakers suspected to be loyal to the deputy governor for on frivolous reason.
Plateau killings: UN condemns attacks targeting civilians
The UN on Friday voiced concerns over the violent conflicts between herdsmen and farmers in West and Central Africa, with particular mention of the recent killings in Plateau, Nigeria, saying they contravened global humanitarian law.