- 17th May, 2013 13:54Makers Of Killer Syrup, “My Pikin” Convicted!
- 17th May, 2013 12:5921 Killed As Army Commences Air Offensive Against Boko Haram!
- 17th May, 2013 9:55Boko Haram Shifts Attention To Katsina, Bombs Daura Prison!
- 17th May, 2013 9:28Court To Decide Pension Thief, John Yusufu’s Fate On June 20
- 16th May, 2013 16:24Senate To Debate State Of Emergency On May 21
- Makers Of Killer Syrup, “My Pikin” Convicted!
- Makers Of Killer Syrup, “My Pikin” Convicted!Posted 20 hours ago
. Company To Forfeit Assets
Adeyemo Abiodun and Ebele Eromosele, both employees of Barewa Pharmaceutical Compnay Ltd. were on Friday sentenced to seven years imprisonment by a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos.
- 21 Killed As Army Commences Air Offensive Against Boko Haram!
- 21 Killed As Army Commences Air Offensive Aga…Posted 21 hours ago
. Terrorists Reply With Anti-Aircraft Guns
Not less than 21 members of the Boko Haram sect are believed to have died as a result of air raids on their training camps…
- Boko Haram Shifts Attention To Katsina, Bomb Daura Prison!
- Boko Haram Shifts Attention To Katsina, Bombs…Posted 1 day ago
There are fears that the state of emergency declared in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe States might have compelled the Boko Haram sect to shift focus to other parts of the…
- Court To Decide Pension Thief, John Yusufu’s Fate On June 20
- Court To Decide Pension Thief, John Yusufu’s …Posted 1 day ago
Embattled former Director of the Police Pension Office will know his fate on June 20 as Justice Adamu Bello of the Federal High Court Abuja has fixed that date for…
By NewsAdmin on February 4, 2013
President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday administered the oath of office on Professor Chinedu Nebo and Alhaji Kabiru Saminu Turaki (SAN), the two new ministers whose nominations were recently approved by the Senate. The President however refused to announce the portfolios of the Ministers, fuelling suspicions that a cabinet reshuffle may take place soon, especially in [...]
By NewsAdmin on January 2, 2013
The Minister for Education, Professor Rukkayat Rufa’i has stated that Education is still free in Nigeria. The Minister who made the assertion on a national television programme made it clear that the Government is subsidizing the cost of Education. While trying to justify the monies being charged by government-owned educational institutions across the country, the [...]
By NewsAdmin on August 28, 2012
Professor Barth Nnaji, Nigeria’s Minister of Power has resigned his appointment. The President’s Special Adviser on Media, Dr. Reuben Abati confirmed the resignation as he disclosed that President Goodluck Jonathan has accepted Prof Nnaji’s resignation.
By NewsAdmin on July 13, 2011
The last set of Ministerial nominees appeared before the Senate for screening on Wednesday. Those screened are Dr. Akniwunmi Adesina from Ogun State, Dr. Nurudeen Mohammed from Jigawa, Mrs. Omobola-Johnson Olubusola and Dr. Mohammed Ali Pate from Bauchi. Dr. Adesina and Dr. Nurudeen Mohammed proved to be the attractions of the day.
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 7, 2011
The Senate has again approved eight more of President Jonathan’s ministerial nominees. The legislative arm of government gave its nod after the nominees were screened.
By NewsAdmin on July 6, 2011
To most Nigerians, the name Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is not new in governmental circles. She became a household name when she served as Minister in the Obasanjo years. She is also known to be the first woman to head Nigeria’s Finance Ministry, same for the Foreign Affairs Ministry. Okonjo Iweala’s brilliance and capabilities have never been [...]
By NewsAdmin on July 5, 2011
The Senate confirmed on Tuesday that the Ministerial nominee from Rivers State, Tonye Cole has been dropped from the list of those to be screened. The removal of Cole’s name might not be unconnected with the criticisms that followed his nomination. Though the Senate has not stated that he has been replaced, it is
By NewsAdmin on June 27, 2011
As Nigerians await the Senate’s screening and eventual announcement of the people who will serve as ministers in the present administration, one of the most commonly discussed topics is the ministerial list. While some nominations have been hailed in some places, some of the nominees have come under severe criticisms. In some cases, people from [...]
By NewsAdmin on June 26, 2011
The newly compiled and complete version of the Ministerial nominees’ list to be sent to the Senate on Tuesday by President Goodluck Jonathan has confirmed Street Journal’s earlier report that former Ministers, Diezani Alison Maduekwe, Hajia Ruquayyat Rufa’I and Mohammed Bello Adoke would return to their duty posts.
By NewsAdmin on June 16, 2011
Street Journal’s investigations have revealed that the former Justice Minister and Attorney General of the Federation, Mohammed Bello Adoke is one of the Ministers that seem sure of retaining their positions in the Federal Executive Cabinet.