- 21st May, 2013 21:28“Release Detained Boko Haram Suspects”, Jonathan Orders!
- 21st May, 2013 15:37Senate Backs Jonathan On State Of Emergency!
- 21st May, 2013 13:53America Blames Nigerian Govt Officials For Boko Haram Insurgency!
- 20th May, 2013 13:012 Feared Dead As Crisis Rocks Ogun University!
- 20th May, 2013 11:00Amosun Goes Tough; Locks Out Commissioners For Lateness!
- “Release Detained Boko Haram Suspects”, Jonathan Orders!
- “Release Detained Boko Haram Suspects”, Jonathan Orders!Posted 3 hours ago
President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday took another step towards ensuring peace and stability in the troubled areas in the Northern part of the country as he ordered that all women…
- Senate Backs Jonathan On State Of Emergency!
- Senate Backs Jonathan On State Of Emergency!Posted 8 hours ago
The Senate on Tuesday gave its approval to the state of emergency declared in three states in the North Eastern part of Nigeria by President Goodluck Jonathan last week. Since…
- America Blames Nigerian Govt Officials For Boko Haram Insurgency!
- America Blames Nigerian Govt Officials For Bo…Posted 10 hours ago
While many Nigerians continue to wonder why the President of the United States again chose not to visit the country during his tour of three African countries, a report released…
- 2 Feared Dead As Crisis Rocks Ogun University!
- 2 Feared Dead As Crisis Rocks Ogun University…Posted 1 day ago
. "No Student Died"- Police
Violence rocked the Ago Iwoye campus of the Olabisi Onabanjo University on Monday. As early as 7.30 am, students had stormed the gates of the institution…
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By NewsAdmin on May 21, 2013
While many Nigerians continue to wonder why the President of the United States again chose not to visit the country during his tour of three African countries, a report released in the United States on Monday blamed Nigerian government officials over the Boko Haram insurgency that has shaken the country for some years now. The [...]
By NewsAdmin on May 16, 2013
Following the state of emergency declared in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe States, the Canadian High Commission in Nigeria has advised its citizens in the country not to visit the affected states. An alert issued by the High Commission on Wednesday stated that “The High Commission of Canada in Nigeria would like to take this opportunity [...]
By NewsAdmin on April 20, 2013
19-year-old Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev was captured around 2 am (9 pm local time) after several hours of a manhunt that had the whole of Boston locked down. The suspect escaped on foot in the early hours of Friday after a shootout with the police in which his elder brother, Tamerlan died. He
By NewsAdmin on April 19, 2013
One of the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing has been shot dead. Four days after two bombs rocked the venue of the 2013 edition of the annual Boston Marathon, killing three people and wounding more than 100 others, Boston was again set on edge as police went after two men believed to be involved [...]
By NewsAdmin on April 19, 2013
The seven French nationals kidnapped by Boko Haram members in the North of Cameroon in February have been set free. The release of the hostages was confirmed by the Cameroonian Communications Minister, Isa Tchiroma Bakary who spoke to BBC. The French tourists which included a couple, Mr and Mrs Moulin-Fornier, their four children and an [...]
By NewsAdmin on April 17, 2013
. Two Letters Intercepted . Congress Shuts Post Office Amidst fears of an impending biological attack, the United States Senate and House of Representatives have temporarily shut their post offices. The closure became necessary after the interception of a letter sent to the Senate at a post office in Maryland, The letter was found to [...]
By NewsAdmin on April 17, 2013
. 170 Countries Represented At Her Funeral Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s former Prime Minister was accorded great honour as a befitting funeral service was held for her at London’s St Paul’s Cathedral.Thatcher was given a ceremonial burial with full military honours. Before the service,
By NewsAdmin on April 11, 2013
Professor Robert Edwards, the British Nobel Laureate who pioneered research in in vitro fertilization (IVF) has died. Edwards whose research led to the conception and birth of the first test tube baby died in his sleep in his home
By NewsAdmin on April 8, 2013
Former Prime Minister of Britain, Mrs Margaret Hilda Thatcher is dead. She gave up on Monday after suffering a stroke. Baroness Thatcher who was known in her lifetime as the “Iron Lady” was 87. Mrs Thatcher was the first woman to occupy the Prime Minister’s position, a post she held from 1979 till 1990, a [...]
By NewsAdmin on March 25, 2013
Zambia’s immediate past President, Rupiah Banda was on Monday arrested for abuse of authority while in office. According to a spokeswoman of the Government’s investigative team, Banda was picked up on suspicion of abuse of authority over a Nigerian oil deal. The former President who ruled Zambia from June 20, 2008
By NewsAdmin on March 21, 2013
Two of the social media accounts of the British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC were on Thursday hacked by a group that described itself as Syrian Electronic Army. The Twitter account, @bbcweather which be;longs to the BBC Weather suddenly started posting tweets that were not the normal type of the weather station’s characteristic tweets.
By NewsAdmin on March 20, 2013
The President of Bangladesh, Zillur Rahman is dead. He gave up on Wednesday, in a hospital in Singapore after a long period of illness. Rahman was elected President by the parliament in 2009 into a role that was largely ceremonial.The President’s death was confirmed by Bangladesh’s High Commissioner
By NewsAdmin on March 18, 2013
The Federal High Court sitting in Abuja on Monday struck out a suit seeking the reinstatement of the suspended President of the Court of Appeal, Justice Isa Ayo Salami. A team of activists, made up of Mr. Jitobo Akanike, Idris Musa, Allens Agbaka, Ibrahim Bawa, Princewill Akpakpan, Obruche Ayeteni, Nosa Ihaza, Timothy Odumosu, Stewart Salomi, Egogo [...]
By NewsAdmin on March 15, 2013
. Why They Are On The Run Back in the 1980s and early 90s. Pablo Escobar of the Medellin Cartel was the most dreaded drug lords in Colombia and his notoriety extended far into the United States. Escobar, then the world’s most wanted man could afford to fly airplanes laden with narcotic drugs from South [...]
By NewsAdmin on March 14, 2013
A pair of 70-year-old twins, Louise and Martine Fokkens, believed to be the oldest and longest serving commercial sex workers in Amsterdam, Holland have retired. They were in the business for more than 50 years and they reportedly had sex with more than 355,000 men. They stated that getting old combined with a changing community [...]
By NewsAdmin on March 13, 2013
A new head of the Catholic church emerged on Wednesday. The emergence of white smoke from the chimney of the Sistine Chapel signaled the election of the new Pope. 76-year-ol Jorge Mario Bergogglio from Buenos Aires, Argentina
By NewsAdmin on March 11, 2013
The Governments of Britain and Italy have issued statements about the death of their nationals who were among the seven construction workers abducted and slain by Ansaru, a terrorist organization linked with Al Quaeda. The group posted a video footage showing an armed man standing over dead bodies believed to be those of the abducted [...]
By NewsAdmin on March 7, 2013
The United States of America has attained what looks like another landmark achievement in the war against terror. A senior congressman on Thursday announced the capture of Osama bin Laden’s spokesman and son-in-law by U.S. intelligence officials. Rep. Peter
By NewsAdmin on March 7, 2013
Silvio Berlusconi, Italy’s former Prime Minister was on Thursday sentenced to a 0ne-year jail term by an Italian court for making the taped details of a confidential phone call public during a case related to a 2005 banking scandal. The judge granted the request of prosecutors who asked for a jail term
By NewsAdmin on February 28, 2013
Judge Claasen, the presiding judge in the terrorism case instituted against Henry Okah in South Africa has postponed the sentencing till 18th, 19th and 20th March, 2013. While stating hat the postponement was to enable Okah’s new legal team led b
By NewsAdmin on February 27, 2013
The United Kingdom’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has issued a fresh warning to Britons in Nigeria and those planning to visit. The warning was posted on the FCO’s website on Tuesday, 27th February 2013. The notice advised against travels to some parts of the country including Borno, Bauchi and Yobe States. Below is a [...]
By NewsAdmin on February 25, 2013
Two Nigerians, Sunny Ekecukwu Beji Eke, 53 and James Elekechukwu, 47 have been apprehended in connection with the importation of 200 kg of cocaine with an approximated street value of $ 12 million. The arrest of the two Nigerian businessmen was preceded by the seizure of the drugs by the Narcotic Control Board (NACOB). The [...]