Catholics all over the world have been urged to participate in the forthcoming annual ‘World Mission Sunday’, WMS, organized by Pontifical Mission Society of Nigeria, to support the Christian mission and the less privileged.
Speaking to journalists at a briefing in Abuja, National c [...]
The National Broadcasting Commission, NBC, is set to host an international trade exhibition for broadcasters in order to create awareness of the latest trends in digital broadcast.
A a statement by the commission, said the event, ‘12th Biennial Conference and Exhibition of Africa Broadcas [...]
Barely one month of inaugurating the Anti-One Chance Squad by the FCT Police Command, residents of the Federal Capital Territory are under serious threat as criminals have continued to invade the territory.[...]
The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has hinted that some of the 89 political parties that notified the commission of their intention to conduct their primaries are yet to submit the list of its sponsored candidates Form CF002 and personal particulars Form 001.
In a press releas [...]
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has revealed that the national campaign against fake news has received a boost from the social networking platform, Facebook, which plans to partner with the Federal Government to check the menace.
The minister announced this recentl [...]
The Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta and Coordinator, Amnesty Programme, Prof. Charles Dokubo, has rolled out a fresh initiative to seamlessly engage beneficiaries of the amnesty programme from training to job placement.
He said the new vision aimed at fostering peace and de [...]
Ayo Balogun, popularly called Wizkid, has been sharing videos of his third son, Zion on his social media pages.
Wizkid, who hinted that he would be releasing a new single on Friday shared two videos of his baby son, off his Instagram and Snapchat pages, on his Twitter handle, @wizkidayo.
A Bayelsa State High Court VII sitting in Yenagoa on Friday sentenced a corporal, Vincent Olama, to death by hanging for extrajudicial killing.
In his judgment, Justice Nayai Aganaba, said Mr Olama was found guilty of killing of a 17 -year-old, Innocent Kokorifa, in Okaka, Yenagoa, on August 18 [...]
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