INEC officials storm NASS to serve Dino recall notice; Buhari, Osinbajo, others set to storm Abia; Pirates kill two in Bayelsa waterways; Obi to Obiano: don’t hide non-performance under N7b demand; Court dismisses Fani-Kayode’s bid to transfer money laundering trial; Restructuring: States step up push for more powers . . .
The presidency on Friday disclosed the position of President Muhammadu Buhari on the burning and controversial issue called: RESTRUCTURING. The presidency stated that the position is that Nigeria does not need restructuring . . .
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has urged Nigerians to disregard the fake news being circulated via a Twitter account and an old NTA news video that President Muhammadu Buhari is travelling or has travelled to the US . . .
The Deputy National Publicity Secretary of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chuks Ibegbu, has lauded the coalition of Arewa Youths, after they withdrew their Igbo quit notice . . .
The son of the erstwhile Head of State of the defunct Republic of Biafra, Emeka Ojukwu Jr. (photo: above) has disowned the two pro-Biafra groups, IPOB and MASSOB, insisting his father, Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu met . . .
It is no more news that Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari returned to Nigeria on Saturday after a three-month medical vacation in London. His national radio and television broadcast to the nation by 07:00 am on Monday attests to that fact — what is news, however, is that Buhari came back only to find his presidential office infested and overrun by rats . . .
A photo-video of Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari with the late Biafran warlord, Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu has been posted online by the President . . .
Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari is expected back to Nigeria any moment from now. As we published (approx. 4:30pm) on Saturday, the Presidential plane (Eagle One) en route to Abuja was airborne . . .
Former Big Brother Naija housemates, TBoss and Kemen have ended their beef as they were spotted together at an event in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital. . .
Two Lagos-based Igbo youth groups: The Igbo Youth Forum and The Ndigbo Social Cultural Organization have said that Igbo indigenes can reside in any part of Nigeria. . .