Petrol queues surfaced in parts of Abuja and neighbouring states of Nasarawa and Niger on Monday evening and intensified on Tuesday.
A Deputy Commissioner of Police was today reported killed during the Police/Shiite clash in Abuja, the nation’s capital. The Islamic sect has been agitating for the release of their leader. Details later…
An Aero Contractor aircraft to fly Lagos-Abuja-Sokoto route 9am on Tuesday has experienced a serious delay. The delay may not have been dissociated from a technical issue the airline is still trying to fix by noon. Meanwhile, passengers were agitated as many of them were going either for business operations or to resume work after […]
…Kogi Closes 150 Base Stations There are palpable fears that 10 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, may experience total outage of telecoms services in the next few days, following the shutdown of several base stations by the Kogi State Internal Revenue Service. The affected states, which are sharing borders with […]
Two aircraft belonging to the Nigerian Air Force have suffered a mishap in the Katampe area of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, on Friday. Our correspondent learnt that the aircraft were taking part in the rehearsals for the 58th Independence Day celebrations when they reportedly collided and a crash was said to have occurred. The number […]
Nigeria, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), World Trade Organisation (WTO), Friends of Investment Facilitation for Development (FIFD) and participants at the High Level Policy and Private Sector Trade and Investment Facilitation Partnership Forum today adopted a declaration titled “The Abuja Statement” at the close of the two-day event, which saw the participation […]
The Africa Study Bible (published by OASIS International/Tyndale House, USA, 2017) , the first study Bible developed by Africans with over 2,600 notes written by 350 contributors from 50 countries, will be released with ceremonial event at the National Ecumenical Centre, Abuja today June 29 and Lagos July 1 in Lagos. It is the first […]
An English adage goes, ‘twenty children cannot play together for twenty years.’ Today, with advancement in technology, it is obvious these children can play after 23 years. This is the case of the class of 88/93 of Titcombe College, Egbe, Kogi State who recently reunited to commence a project on giving back […]