President Muhammadu Buhari declared Monday he would seek re-election next year, 2019 in a move that put an end to months of speculation . . .
The Nigerian government wants to establish “cattle colonies”. There is none in the world, except Pakistan with one cattle and beef trade centre . . .
Israeli cybersecurity contractors hacked into President Muhammadu Buhari’s private e-mail and gave the materials to Cambridge Analytica, a firm hired by former President Goodluck Jonathan . . .
President Muhammadu Buhari cannot bring up Economy, Security and Anti-corruption (ESA) campaign slogans on which his 2015 successful campaigns were hinged . . .
Buhari receives FIFA World Cup trophy; 2010 Independence Day Bombing: Charles Okah sentenced to life imprisonment; Herdsmen invade Gov Ishaku, Danjuma village; Electricity firms drag FG to court over N1 trn debt . . .
Boko Haram finally speak on abducted 110 DapchiGirls; Supreme Court dismisses suit filed by Sambo Dasuki; EFCC Not Responsible for Dasuki Detention – Supreme Court; DapchiGirls: Boko Haram has contacted me – woman who facilitated release of Chibok girls; Boko Haram kills four UN aid workers, abduct one in Borno; State assemblies back devolution of power . . .
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed has claimed that the then federal government of former President Goodluck Jonathan delayed in responding to the abduction of 276 Chibok girls from the Government Secondary School in the town of Chibok in Borno State, on the night of 14–15 April 2014. JONATHAN FIRED BACK! . . .
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Wednesday announced dates for general elections in the country for the next 36 years, starting from 2019 to 2055 . . .
Under democracy, are Nigerians patriotic enough in support of their country? Does government deserve support when it is not delivering dividends of democracy?
Former Nigerian vice president in the Second Republic, Dr Alex Ekwueme, is dead. The former VP and renowned architect died in the United Kingdom where he was receiving treatment . . .