- 22nd May, 2013 5:032 Arik Air Hostesses Nabbed For Drugs In London!
- 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!
- 2 Arik Air Hostesses Nabbed For Drugs In London!
- 2 Arik Air Hostesses Nabbed For Drugs In London!Posted 3 mins ago
The management of Arik Air on Tuesday admitted that two of its staff were arrested at the Heathrow Airport in London, England for suspected drug trafficking.
The issue was first conformed…
- “Release Detained Boko Haram Suspects”, Jonathan Orders!
- “Release Detained Boko Haram Suspects”, Jonathan Orders!Posted 8 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 13 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 15 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…
By NewsAdmin on July 9, 2011
Nigeria’s Petroleum Minister, Diezani Allison-Maduekwe made another attempt at explaining the reason behind the scarcity of cooking kerosene in the country. Speaking on the floor of the House of Representatives recently, the Minister spoke about the existence of a cartel that diverts the product. According to her, the daily kerosene need of Nigerians is estimated [...]
By NewsAdmin on July 5, 2011
Nigeria’s Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Allison Madueke has been summoned to appear before the House of Representatives on Thursday. The decision to summon the Minister was reached after a motion was moved to that effect. Also to appear along with the Minister is the Group Managing Director of the