Makinde congratulates Adeleke, hails Osun voters

Oyo Governor Seyi Makinde has congratulated Senator Ademola Adeleke, on his victory at the just-concluded Osun State governorship election. He said the power of the people has triumphed again.

ASUU strike: who to blame

Who takes the blame for the lingering strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU? That is the searing poser thrown up by emerging altercations between the presidency and ASUU.

Delta, Ogun accidents claim lives

An unspecified number of people were reportedly killed in a multiple auto crash that occurred along Okpaka/Udu Expressway in Udu Local Government Area of Delta State on Sunday.

Peter Obi congratulates Adeleke, justifies Labour Party’s performance

The Labour Party Presidential candidate, Peter Obi, has congratulated Osun State Governor-elect, Ademola Adeleke, on his victory at Saturday’s governorship election in the state.

Osun: PDP victory affirms Buhari’s impotence

Eyes bloodshot. Tears welled up. But they didn’t flow. They remained within my eyelids which refused to let them roll down and deface my face. Something, maybe my brain, told my eyelids to keep the tears dammed so I could read. And I read.

Breaking: ECNBA Declares Adesina Adegbite the General Secretary Elect

Adesina Adegbite popularly known as AA has just been declared by the Electoral Committee of the Nigerian Bar Association (ECNBA) as the Genera Secretary Elect.

JUST IN: Nigeria’s inflation hits 18.6% in June

Nigeria’s inflation rate in the month of June 2022 increased to 18.60 percent on a year-on-year basis. The National Bureau of Statistics disclosed in its Consumer Price Index June 2022 report.

FG trains 30 monitors, begins cash transfer evaluation

The Federal Government has trained over 30 independent monitors to evaluate the ongoing Cash transfer, Home-grown School feeding programme, N-power among others in Delta State.

BREAKING: Court orders immediate review of judges, others’ salaries

A National Industrial Court, Abuja on Friday ordered the Federal Government to put machinery in place for the immediate review of the salaries and allowances of the judicial officers in Nigeria.

Wipe out terrorists, Buhari gives fresh order to military

The military got fresh marching orders yesterday from President Muhammadu Buhari: wipe out terrorists. He said the last 12 years have been the most challenging due to insecurity.

Sri Lanka parliament to elect new president Wednesday

Sri Lanka’s parliament will vote on a new president Wednesday, the speaker’s office said, on Friday, following the resignation of Gotabaya Rajapaksa after he was driven out of the country.

FG approves N400bn for poverty reduction schemes

The Federal Government has approved the sum of N400 billion under the National Poverty Reduction and Growth Strategy.

We’re not aware of N1.2tn proposal, says ASUU

The Academic Staff Union of Universities’ National President, Prof Emmanuel Osodeke, on Thursday said the union was not aware of the N1.2tn that the Federal Government said it would need to meet its members’ demands.

PDP sues INEC, APC, seeks Obi, Tinubu’s disqualification

The Peoples Democratic Party has instituted a lawsuit compelling the Independent National Electoral Commission to prevent All Progressives Congress Presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu; and Labour Party standard bearer, Peter Obi, from replacing their running mates with Senator Kashim Shettima and Senator Datti Baba-Ahmed respectively.

WHO to reconvene monkeypox emergency panel July 21

The World Health Organisation said Thursday it would reconvene its expert monkeypox committee on July 21 to decide whether the outbreak constitutes a global health emergency.