President Muhammadu Buhari address Nigerians- Convid 19

2020-03-23T08:57:39+00:00

President Buhari has finally said something regarding the Virus Convid-19 that has killed a lot of people in the world. Many may not be impressed with what he said.  Check the video below.   https://youtu.be/Xz6YtkAbqS0

President Muhammadu Buhari address Nigerians- Convid 192020-03-23T08:57:39+00:00

Nigeria investigating mystery killer disease

2020-02-14T09:46:20+00:00

The Nigerian government is trying to identify the cause of a mystery illness that has claimed more than a dozen lives in a central region of the country, an official said, reports China Daily. Chikwe

Nigeria investigating mystery killer disease2020-02-14T09:46:20+00:00

Senator Ben is Dead

2019-12-19T09:31:42+00:00

Senator Benjamin Uwajumogu the senator representing Imo North Senatorial District has passed on at a Dubai hospital after a brief illness. Some of his aides has since confirmed the news of his demise. More details...

Senator Ben is Dead2019-12-19T09:31:42+00:00

Nigeria Suspends Turkish Airlines From Its Airports

2019-12-13T11:25:04+00:00

The federal government has suspended the operations of Turkish Airlines in Nigeria due to the airline's perceived poor treatment of passengers. The directive, which was given through the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority, will continue "if

Nigeria Suspends Turkish Airlines From Its Airports2019-12-13T11:25:04+00:00

Buhari Denies Sidelining Osinbajo After Sacking VP’s Aides

2019-11-07T07:49:48+00:00

President Muhammadu Buhari has rubbished talks that he had relegated Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, to the background in the running of critical aspects of the country in recent times. The denial came shortly after

Buhari Denies Sidelining Osinbajo After Sacking VP’s Aides2019-11-07T07:49:48+00:00

South Africa issues apology to Nigeria on xenophobic attacks

2019-09-17T14:46:15+00:00

SOUTH AFRICA has apologized to Nigeria over xenophobic attacks that left 12 people dead earlier this month. Mobs in Johannesburg and Pretoria targeted businesses owned by foreigner nationals during the deadly spate of violence. No

South Africa issues apology to Nigeria on xenophobic attacks2019-09-17T14:46:15+00:00