Maradona: Sad day for football world – George Weah

President of Liberia, George Weah, has expressed sadness over the death of soccer legend, Diego Maradona. Maradona died at the age of 60 on Wednesday after suffering a cardiac arrest. https://dailypost.ng/2020/11/25/breaking-football-legend-diego-maradona-is-dead/ The former professional footballer described the death of Maradona as a huge loss to the football world. According to him, “We have lost a…

Day 2 of the Post 2019 General Election Review of...

Day 2 of the Post 2019 General Election Review of the Election Monitoring & Support Centre (EMSC). Special Adviser to INEC Chairman, Prof. Mohammad Kuna gives a recap of yesterday’s deliberations & recommendations. The European Centre for Electoral Support is collaborating. pic.twitter.com/kl25xD7eEG — INEC Nigeria (@inecnigeria) September 6, 2019 Source by INEC Nigeria

How Lagos Speaker Obasa’s Company Received N51m Transactions 11 Times...

The Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Hon. Mudashiru Obasa conducted transactions worth N51,680,672.91 a staggering 11 times in a single day, bank documents show, as allegations of violation of code of conduct regulations continue to trail the lawmaker. Bank documents published by Peoples Gazette on Friday showed that the lawmaker received the…

Bank Documents Expose How Lagos Speaker Obasa Received N51.7 Million...

Lagos Assembly Speaker, Mudashiru Obasa. Lagos House Speaker Mudashiru Obasa has been conducting private and lucrative businesses since he was elected to the post in 2015, Peoples Gazette can report, in yet apparent disregard of extant code of conduct regulations for public officials that barred him from running commercial ventures as a top lawmaker. Financial…

ERA/FoEN holds one day programme on post-petroleum economy for Nigeria

The need to shift Nigeria’s economy from oil dependency to post petroleum economy in a decentralized energy democracy dominated discussions at a programme organised by Environmental Rights Action and Friends of the Earth Nigeria.   Sunny Duke Okosun reports that the event held at Precious Palm Royal Hotel, Ugbowo, Benin City attracted stakeholders from across…

OBSERVATION: Back To The Land As We Celebrate World Food...

By Ademola Yaya BEFORE its flag independence, Nigeria was remained for the production of cash crops like palm oil, cocoa, groundnuts, coffee and cotton, with subsistence farmers across the land producing most food crops for local consumption. As a matter of fact, agriculture was the indigenous occupation in Nigeria. In the 1950s and 1960s, it…