The leadership crisis rocking the Road Transport Employers’ Association of Nigeria (RTEAN) has finally come to a long-awaited end on Thursday.
This came after a recent judgement delivered by the National Industrial Court has recognised Alh. Musa Muhammed (Maitakobi) as the N [...]
The Chairman Abuja Municipal Area Council, Hon. Abdullahi Adamu Candido has urged the residents, particularly the youth to use this year’s Eid-el Maulud celebrations to embrace peace.
The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons
NAPTIP has paraded four women over the sales of a newborn baby for
According to NAPTIP, two of the women, Bernadette Ihezuo and Cecilia
Onyema, are civil servants with the [...]
The officials of Abuja Municipal Area Council, (AMAC) continues to seek solutions to the ongoning violence that has degenerated to looting and destroying of properties within the Council. The officials held a stakeholders discussion with representatives of religious, women and youth leaders  [...]
The Chief Executive Officer of the Oak Investors, an inveatment company based in New Jersey, USA, Dr. Kemdi Opara has condemned the the excessive use of force by the military against unarmed protesters in Lagos last Tuesday.
Opara who shared his thoughts throug [...]
A coalition of Civil Society Organisations, under the aegis of Nigeria Mourns, have said it would be working with first responders, witnesses among others to verify the numbers and patterns of casualties at the last Tuesday's attack on protesters at the Lekki Toll Gate in Lagos.
The Socialists Forum of Ghana, SFG, has commended the protesting Nigerian youths for overcoming the hitherto sentiment of ethnicity and religion which has beclouded conventional positions in the past.
This is contained in a statement by the Head of International Relations, Justice [...]
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