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NBC suspends AIT, Raypower’s license

The Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) has announced the suspension of the license of Daar Communications PLC. Daar Communications, owned by Raymond Dokpesi, owns AIT television and Ray Power radio station, Nigeria’s first private radio station. The Director-General of the NBC, Modibbo Kawu, announced the suspension Thursday evening while briefing journalists in Abuja,

BREAKING: Indigenous Ethnic Nationalities Resistance Group Rises Against Boko Haram And Fulani Herdsmen

Ethnic nationalities group berths in Nigeria, vow to defend lands, territories ***says Audu Ogbeh should relocate to Katsina after tenure ETHNIC NATIONALITIES DEFENCE ORGANIZATION (ENDO) PRESS STATEMENT We have observed with sadness over the years and especially since the emergence of the President Muhammad Buhari’s administration the targeted annihilation of the ethnic minorities in

‘The Church Critical For Development Of Nigeria’ – Obasanjo

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has said that the church would continue to play a very critical role in the overall growth and development of the country. Obasanjo made this known on Saturday, May 18, 2019, at the 2019 Synod of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Oleh, Isoko South Local Government

Arnold Schwarzenegger Attacked At His Sports Event In South Africa

Arnold Schwarzenegger, a Hollywood star was attacked on Saturday, May 18, 2019, by a man who kicked him in the back at a sports event in South Africa that the action hero was hosting. The bodybuilder and former politician was chatting with fans at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg when

Tragedy in Benin as robbers kill Igbinedion varsity lecturer, abduct bus passengers

Barely two days traditional worshipers cleanse Benin City and rained curses on criminals, robbers have struck, killing a lecturer of the Igbinedion University, Okada. The lecturer whose identity was given as Kelvin Izebeokhai, was reportedly killed by robbers operating near Okada junction along the Benin-Lagos highway. ‎The robbers were said to have

Women group to initiate Bauchi lawmakers’ recall

Bauchi State Women Coalition of for Sustainable Peace and Viable Democratic gains has threatened to initiate a recall of 13 lawmakers who sat for the repelling of anti-graft law sponsored by the outgoing Bauchi State administration. Leader of the group Hajiya Addaji Mohammed stated this when she led hundreds of women

FG condemns attacks on UN peacekeepers which claimed Nigerian

The Federal government has condemned attacks on the United Nations (UN) peacekeepers in Mali. The government, in a statement by the acting spokesperson, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Friday Akpan, condemned in the strongest term, the attacks which led to the death of a Nigerian and another injured. The government expressed condolences to

Lamido to Obasanjo: Don’t let disappointment with Buhari make you a bigot

▪Urges him to remain a statesman Former Jigawa State governor Alhaji Sule Lamido has called on former President Olusegun Obasanjo not to allow his disappointment with the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration turned him to a bigot.He was reacting to Obasanjo’ s scathing remarks on the security challenge in the country, wherein

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