The Participation Initiative for Behavioral Change in Development (PIBCID), 2Baba Idibia Foundation and Youth Focused Civil Society Organizations, have described the Saturday’s governorship election in Kogi State as a disappointment to the nation’s democracy.
Nigeria’s Super Eagles began their 2018 World Cup quest on October 9 with a 2- 1 victory over the Chipolopolo Stars of Zambia.
A second replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 device, deemed safe by the company, has caught fire in the US, US media report.
Samsung has been forced to issue new models of the smartphone following complaints of faulty batteries.
Britain's Secretary of Defence Michael Fallon addresses delegates on the final day of the annual Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham, central England, on October 1, 2014. Talk of treason cast a shadow over Britain's Conservative party conference this week, where gossip raged over who might be next to defect to the anti-EU UK Independence Party (UKIP). AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL (Photo credit should read LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images)
UK companies will not be told to list or name foreign workers they employ, the government has said.
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon told the BBC: “This is not going to happen” but said firms could be asked “simply to report their numbers”.
Our attention has been drawn to publications on various online platforms indicating that the Nigeria Customs Service has reversed the ban on Rice importation through the land borders.
DEVAN GOHIL with David Rose
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11th .Feb 2016
Bhadresh Gohil soldiers on to seek justice in a case which demonstrates the worst forms of abuse undertaken by the British prosecutors in recent times.
The Presidency has expressed satisfaction over the South African Supreme Court of Appeal’s decision to confirm the conviction of Henry Okah to 20 years in prison.
The Nigerian Bar Association has lashed out at the State Security Service for raiding the homes of some senior judges across the country.
At a hastily organised press conference in Lagos, Saturday, the apex lawyers’ body demanded the immediate and unconditional release of the two Supreme Court judges allegedly arrested by the SSS during the raid.
A joint-operation by the State Security Service and the police has led to the arrest of two Army officers allegedly responsible for the abduction of Margaret Emefiele, wife of the Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria.
The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project, SERAP, has sent an open letter to President Muhammadu Buhari requesting him to use his “good offices and leadership to urgently instruct the Department of State Service, DSS, to immediately and unconditionally release all the judges arrested by them and to ask the DSS to end continuing intimidation and harassment of the judiciary.”