The Federal Government of Nigeria has reacted to media reports that President Muhammadu Buhari is sick and may be needing medical attention abroad. According a Presidential spokesman, Femi Adesina, who refuted the claim on Saturday, Buhari is as fit as a fiddle. Earlier, news had
The Inspector-General of Police, Solomon Arase, has called for calm over the beheading of Bridget Abahime, who was mobbed and extra-judicially murdered on allegation of plasphemy, reassuring the family of the deceased and the general public that justice shall be done in the case. Arase,
President Muhammadu Buhari has disclosed details of stolen state assets so far allegedly recovered from corrupt personnel and companies but failed to give names of the alleged looters. The Federal Government announced recoveries totaling N78, 325,354,631.82 (Seventy eight billion, three hundred and twenty-five million, three hundred and fifty-four
The Conference of Nigeria Political Parties (CNPP) has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to reconsider his military option for resolving Nigeria’s protracted militancy dilemma in the oil-rich Niger Delta region, stating that use of force would worsen the problem. CNPP in a statement signed by its
Internationally acclaimed Boxing titan and three-time world heavyweight boxing champion, Muhammad Ali is dead at 74. He was the most charismatic and polarizing sports figure of the 20th century. He helped define his turbulent times as the most charismatic and controversial sports figure.
The National Orientation Agency (NOA) will henceforth use its public sensitization platforms to educate and mobilize rural dwellers for inclusion in the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) target of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS). Director General of NOA, Dr. Garba Abari who disclosed this while