Bees chase out teachers, students from Maitama school

Pandemonium broke out recently at a junior secondary school, Maitama, when large number of bees invaded the school compound as students were settling down for classes.

The situation was dramatic as both the teachers and students took to their heels in all directions as the bees gave chase.


Mon, 07 March 2016

Our dev’t scorecard impressive – FCDA boss

The Executive Secretary of Federal Capital Development Authority, FCDA, Engr. Adamu Ismaila, has disclosed that their development scorecard in infrastructural development remains impressive in view of resource challenge. 

Ismaila explained that in comparison to other developing cities arou [...]

Mon, 07 March 2016

May I introduce to you, President of the United States

May I introduce to you, President of the United States

By Benjamin Obiajulu Aduba

Ladies and Gentlemen May I Introduce to You the President of United States

She is Madam Hillary Rodman Clinton. Madam President. She is the first wom [...]

Mon, 07 March 2016

U.S. HIV/AIDS Partnership with Nigeria Remains on Track

There have been several inaccurate media reports lately concerning the U.S. government’s support to persons living with HIV and AIDS (PLHIV) in Nigeria. In particular, claims made in some February 25, 2016 articles that the United States is reducing HIV/AIDS funding due to Nigeria’s Same S [...]

Sun, 28 February 2016

Partisan politics: FCTA to depose Etsu Kwali

There are strong indications that the Federal Capital Territory Administration may depose the Etsu of Kwali, Alhaji Audu Shaban Nizazo III, over partisan politics, with residents of the area backing the move against the royal father. 

Our correspondent gathered that the case against the ro [...]

Sun, 28 February 2016

Fraud allegation trails AMAC boss over projects’ completion

With barely four months left of his tenure, the chairman of the Abuja Municipal Area Council, AMAC, Hon. Micah Jiba, has been accused of ‘hurried completion of long drawn budgets as means of upping the contract sums.”

A group, Abuja Peoples Congress, told our correspondent that proj [...]

Sun, 28 February 2016

Delta govt owe teachers N1.7bn promotion arrears

The Delta State government has been accused of owing N1.7billion promotion arrears from 2011, 2012, 2013 till date to teachers in the state.

State chairman of Nigeria Union of Teachers, NUT, Comrade Jonathan Jemirieyigbes stated this while speaking with The Abuja Inquirer in Asaba.

The c [...]

Sun, 28 February 2016

Legislator bemoans state of infrastructure in Abraka

The lawmaker representing Ethiope East Constituency in the Delta State House of Assembly has bemoaned the neglect of Abraka in terms of infrastructural provision by pervious governments.

Hon. Evans Ivwurie speaking with journalists in Asaba observed that Abraka being a university community ough [...]

Sun, 28 February 2016



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