Category: Nigerian Newspapers

Former Nigeria Vice President, Dr. Alex Ekwueme Is Dead (R.I.P.)

By Johnson John Dr. Alex Ifeanyichukwu Ekwueme, the former vice president of Nigeria has been announced dead. Igwe Laz Ekwuemey his brother and the traditional ruler of...

Zimbabwe President, Mugabe Resigns, Ending Four Decades Of Rule

Robert Mugabe resigned as Zimbabwe’s president on Tuesday, shortly after parliament began an impeachment process to end his nearly four decades of rule. The 93-year...

Badoo Killings: Police Arrest 2 In Lagos

The Lagos State Police Command on Tuesday said it had arrested two persons in connection with the killing of three family members in a church premises. The Commissioner...

Anambra governorship race: Nwoye is PDP’s candidate – Tukur

The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Alhaji Bamanga Tukur, said in Abuja on Monday that Tony Nwoye is the party’s candidate for the forthcoming...

Terrorism: Lebanese, Indian detained for taking pictures

The police in Abuja on Saturday arrested and temporarily detained  two foreigners for suspected terrorism. The two foreigners, a Lebanese and an Indian were arrested...

Benefits of power privatization to manifest soon – Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan said Monday in Abuja with the successful conclusion of the sale of the country’s power generation and distribution companies, Nigerians...

FG set to revive national shipping carriers

The Federal Government has said it is ready to grant approval to indigenous shipping firms to export crude oil and stem the nation’s huge capital flight. This is...

Jonathan sacks Minister of Youth Development

President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday relieved Alhaji Inuwa Abdul-kadir of his appointment as Minister of Youth Development. According to a statement from the Office of...

Minister of Youth Development sacked

President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday sacked the Minister of Youth Development, Inuwa Abdul-Kadir, from the cabinet. The statement entitled: “Termination of the...

Nigeria to earn N320bn from digital broadcasting

The Chairman, Fatora Consult Limited, Mr. Edward Amana, has said the country can earn $ 2bn (N320bn) revenue from digital broadcasting if properly managed.  He said...