Lagos unveils new Maternal, Childcare Centre in Badagry

Residents of Badagry in Lagos, especially pregnant women will no longer need to travel long distances to other parts of the state to give birth, as the state government has completed and handed over a new Maternal, Childcare Centre (MCC) in Badagry. Also unveiled in Badagry is the School of Anesthesia meant for the training…

We don’t support war, Yoruba community in Bauchi declares

Tribune Online We don’t support war, Yoruba community in Bauchi declares The Yoruba community in Bauchi State has called for the peaceful and amicable resolution of the ongoing security rift across the country so that the country can remain one united entity.  President of the Yoruba Community in Bauchi, Most Senior Apostle Sunday Abayomi Bamigbade…

Those who should talk are quiet – Saraki writes Buhari,...

Former Senate President Bukola Saraki, on Sunday, expressed concern over the quit notices in Oyo and Ondo States. In a statement on Sunday, Saraki urged President Muhammadu Buhari to take urgent steps to address the situation. He condemned some leaders for maintaining silence despite recent happenings that have increased tension and raised the temperature in…

OPC warns FG, ACF, others over Sunday Igboho, Akeredolu

Otunba Wasiu Afolabi, also known as Askari, the Deputy President to late OPC Founder, Dr. Frederick Fasehun, said this in a statement on Sunday following an emergency meeting of OPC leaders at the Century Hotel, Okota, Lagos. The post OPC warns FG, ACF, others over Sunday Igboho, Akeredolu appeared first on The Eagle Online. Source…

Osinbajo raises hope for Nigeria-made COVID-19 vaccine

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Friday said Nigerian scientists are currently engaged in ground-breaking research towards finding a Nigeria-made vaccine for the COVID-19 virus. Osinbajo made the disclosure during a facility tour of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) Reference Laboratory in Gaduwa, Abuja. He noted that due to the diligent work of Nigeria’s…

COVID-19: Nigerian govt to give one million households N5,000 monthly...

Vice President Osinbajo says Nigeria deserves social security scheme not just for poverty alleviation, but wealth creation also. The post COVID-19: Nigerian govt to give one million households N5,000 monthly for six months appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria. Source link #COVID19 #Nigerian #govt #give #million #households #N5000 #monthly #months

BREAKING: Presidency Blasts Ondo Governor, Akeredolu Over Ultimatum To Herdsmen

The Presidency has condemned the seven-day ultimatum given to herdsmen by the Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, to vacate forest reserves, urging the governor ‘not to act outside the constitution of the country’. Akeredolu had on Monday issued a statement giving herdsmen seven days to vacate all forest reserves due to the high rate of…

Akeredolu cannot unilaterally oust herders in Ondo ― Presidency

Tribune Online Akeredolu cannot unilaterally oust herders in Ondo ― Presidency The presidency on Tuesday noted that as a lawyer, Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, in tackling insecurity is not expected to unilaterally oust Fulani herders in the state or he will go against the constitution of the country. This followed an ultimatum issued by…

NIN: Nigeria Government Insists On Wednesday Deadline, Diplomats' Registration

On Sunday, the Nigerian Government insisted that the deadlines given for the registration of all Subscriber Identification Modules with valid National Identity Numbers were still in force. It also declared that the NIN was mandatory for diplomats who reside in Nigeria and all other lawful residents across the country. Asked whether the Federal Government had…

OBSERVATION: Party Membership And Democratic Ideals

‍ By Ademola Yaya A political party is an organised group of people who have same ideology or political reorientation and seek to capture political power via an election so as to implement its set of principal goals also known as programmes and policies in public office. In a democracy, with the exception of where…

Anambra poll and challenges before INEC, by Yakubu

By Emmanuel Oladesu   The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has identified five critical areas of concern and challenges likely to confront the Commission in the conduct of the Anambra governorship election this year and the 2023 general elections. These areas of concern include expanding voter access to Polling Units in the context of a…