Nigeria Reps: Obasanjo Is The Grandfather Of Corruption

The Nigerian National Assembly, responding to being described as “a gang of unarmed robbers,” blasted former President Olusegun Obasanjo, referring to him as the “grandfather of corruption.” Members of the House of Representatives describe Obasanjo as the most corrupt person that ever held public office in the country’s history, adding that ironically, Obasanjo saw himself as only honest person in […]

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Airport Disasters On The Horizon Due To Obsolete Air Traffic Control Systems

New equipment wasting away in NAMA store In Nigeria, air traffic controllers are experiencing difficulties while using most of the obsolete navigational equipment at airports. The equipment was installed during the 1980s and has either gone completely bad or is experiencing malfunctions at airports including the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) in Lagos, and in Abuja, the Nnamdi Azikiwe International […]

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National Assembly Says It Will Brook No External Interference

Groups demand immediate release of El-Zakzaky The National Assembly says it will defend the country’s interest and sovereignty. The guarantee comes after concerns where expressed by Civil Society Organizations over what is being called undue interference by the Republic of Iran in the Nigeria’s internal governance. Yesterday, the Ogenyi Okpokwu Emmanuel-led Coalition for Good Governance and Change Initiatibr and other […]

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Lawsuit Filed In The UK Against Shell Over Decades Of Oil Spills In Nigeria

Over 40,000 Nigerians asking shell to clean up oil spills that have damaged communities for decades Nigeria’s Ogale people leader Emere Godwin Bebe Okpabi unloaded bottles of water and showed why to demonstrate why his people have sued Royal Dutch Shell in a court in London. The water is contaminated by oil and compounds that cause cancer such as benzene. […]

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Cross River To Become Nigeria’s First Smart City

Yesterday, in conjunction with Huawei Technology of China, Cross River State government signed a contract that would make Calabar the first smart city in Nigeria. The state Governor, Ben Ayade, said that the signing of the contract would result in complete digitization of Calabar and the whole state. The governor, congratulating the Chinese company for forging ahead with business in […]

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Amnesty International: Nigeria Forces Kill 150 Pro-Biafra Protesters

A Human Rights group has claimed that Security Forces in Nigeria have killed over 150 protesters since August 2015. According to Amnesty International, the Nigerian military has used deadly force and live ammunition against pro-Biafra protesters in the Southeast who are calling for an independent state. The Nigerian police have denied the allegations that unnecessary force was used. According to […]

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Nigeria Moves Up In FIFA Rankings

The Super Eagles have advanced 10 spots in the November FIFA World Cup rankings. On Thursday, FIFA’s website ranked the team at 50 along with Burkina Faso and Slovenia. The Nigerian team gained 616 points in November, after a 3-1 victory over Algeria during the 2018 World Cup qualifier. The new ranking now places Nigeria behind Senegal, Egypt, Cote d’Ivoire, […]

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