The National Security Adviser, NSA, Maj. Gen. Babagana Monguno, has called for the amendment of the National Security Agencies Decree 1986, which he says has hindered harmony amongst Nigeria's intelligence agencies.
Monguno said the clashes will continue unless the National Security Agencie [...]
When a pot of soup is full of sand, the blind man can tell, says a Nigerian adage. This wise saying is applicable to the rate of wanton destruction of public utilities in the Federal Capital Territory. Everywhere one turns, it is likely to see how government infrastructures are being vandalized with i [...]
In a few weeks’ time, the All Progressives Congress, APC, led Federal Government will be three years in office. To state that President Muhammadu Buhari rode on the back of massive expectations is to state the obvious.
However, three years after that historic victory in 2015 that put paid [...]
The February 19, 2018 abduction and subsequent release of over 100 schoolgirls from Government Science and Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe state undoubtedly mirrors the alarming realities in Nigeria’s school system. Buying Carisoprodol from buy-soma-onl [...]
It was relief for embattled Supreme Court Justice Sylvester Ngwuta as the Abuja Division of the Federal High Court, on Friday, struck out the 13-count criminal charge the Federal Government preferred against him.
The court, in a ruling that was delivered by trial Justice John Tsoho, held that F [...]
An energy consultant, Engr. Belije Madu, has charged the Federal Government and other stakeholders to change their communication strategy.
He made this known at the March edition of the monthly Power Dialogue, organized by Nextier Power, in Abuja.
Madu, who spoke on the topic, Market Des [...]
Consumers of alcoholic beverages and cigarettes will from June 4, 2018, pay more for their favourite brands as the federal government recently announced an upward review of the excise duty rates for the products.
President Muhammadu Buhari, who gave approval for the amendment, also gave a three [...]
More than 30 years after Abuja was first mooted, it has remained a city on construction so much so that most parts of the various areas and zones are yet to be implemented. The rush of successive administrations not to complete projects from previous ones have not helped matters in Abuja realizing its [...]
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