Chad requests electricity supply from Nigeria

The government of Chad Republic has made a formal request to the federal government to  to connect the country to the Nigerian electricity grid. of getting connected to the Nigerian electricity grid to the federal government.  Chadian Ambassador to Nigeria, Abakar Saleh Chachaimi made the request during a visit to the Minister of Power, Engr. Sale… Continue reading Chad requests electricity supply from Nigeria

COVID-19: Basketball restarts in China

The Chinese Basketball Association league resumed Saturday behind closed doors after a five-month hiatus caused by the coronavirus pandemic, just as the country battles a new cluster of infections in Beijing. There was a sombre moment of silence at the arena in the northeastern city of Qingdao as the CBA became the first major sports… Continue reading COVID-19: Basketball restarts in China

Application for N-Power scheme to begin Friday, June 26 – FG

The federal government is about to disengage the batch A and B beneficiaries of the N-Power scheme The government said that the 500, 000 beneficiaries will be moving on to other public establishments Honourable Sadiya Umar Farouq revealed that the online portal for fresh application will be opened by Friday, June 26 The ministry of… Continue reading Application for N-Power scheme to begin Friday, June 26 – FG

Lagos PDP loses women leader, Mrs Oluwashola Oladeinbo, after a brief illness

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has announced the death of Mrs Shola Oladeinbo, the Women Leader of the party. A statement signed by Prince Muiz Dosunmu, the State Secretary of the party said she died on Friday, June 19, after a brief illness. Describing the deceased as a dedicated member of the PDP family, he… Continue reading Lagos PDP loses women leader, Mrs Oluwashola Oladeinbo, after a brief illness

Nigeria Immigration Service repatriates seven Cameroonians

Seven Cameroonians who were intercepted at the creek of Ikot Obong in Cross River state, have been repatriated.  In a statement issued by NIS Public Relations Officer Sunday James, it was gathered that the foreigners were intercepted by Marine Patrols officers while attempting to enter the country in a boat. While the Cameroonians were returned to their country through the… Continue reading Nigeria Immigration Service repatriates seven Cameroonians

Primary school teacher arrested after N550m belonging to her 24-year-old son was found in her account

A primary school teacher, Mrs. Roseline Uche Egbuha has been arrested following an investigation which exposed her alleged involvement in money laundering.  The Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC) said investigation showed that the money found in the bank account of the primary school teacher identified as Mrs. Roseline Uche Egbuha, are proceeds of money laundering from Malaysia. Upon being… Continue reading Primary school teacher arrested after N550m belonging to her 24-year-old son was found in her account

Coronavirus: Gov Abiodun suspends plan to reopen mosques and churches in Ogun

As of Thursday, June 18, 2020, Ogun State had 586 cases of the coronavirus pandemic. Ogun state Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun says the decision to suspend reopening of religious centres was made for the well-being of the residents of the state.[Twitter@dabiodunMFR] Due to the increase in coronavirus cases in Ogun state, Governor Dapo Abiodun has… Continue reading Coronavirus: Gov Abiodun suspends plan to reopen mosques and churches in Ogun

Katie Hopkins permanently banned from Twitter

Katie Hopkins, has been permanently banned by Twitter, as the social media claimed she broke their rules. The English media personality, who starred on the British version of Donald Trump‘s competition reality series, The Apprentice, in 2007, was kicked off the social media site because “keeping Twitter safe is a top priority for us,” a… Continue reading Katie Hopkins permanently banned from Twitter

Coronavirus: We have paid N4.5bn hazard allowance to 31 teaching hospitals – FG

The federal government has disclosed that it has paid N4.5 billion to 31 teaching hospitals and medical centres as hazard and inducement allowances following the outbreak of Coronavirus in the country.  The announcement was made by minister of labour and employment Chris Ngige, amid the nationwide strike embarked upon by resident doctors who are demanding payment of… Continue reading Coronavirus: We have paid N4.5bn hazard allowance to 31 teaching hospitals – FG