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Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) has predicted thunderstorms and cloudiness from Monday to Wednesday across the country. NiMet`s weather outlook released on Sunday in Abuja predicted cloudy skies over northern region on Monday morning with chances of isolated thunderstorms over parts of Jigawa, Bauchi, Gombe, Kano, Katsina, Sokoto and Kebbi. According to the Agency, there are prospects of few thunderstorms over parts of Borno and Yobe during the afternoon and evening period. “The central region should...

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“The reality of acquiring political power is that those who seek it must go for it,” ―Ebuka Onyekwelu The support for Igbo Presidency recently received what can be described as a partial political boost when Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El Rufai in an interview, said that he had no ambition to vie for president after Buhari and that he taught power should not return to the north but instead go to South. While this may...

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Federal Government in its bid to help cushion the effect of Coronavirus (COVID-19) has supported smallholder farmers in Imo State with 20,000 Cocoa seedlings and other improved seeds. The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Sabo Nanono, in a statement issued by the Director of Information, Mr. Theodore Ogaziechi, said this on Sunday in Abuja. The minister said the Federal Government was committed to improving agriculture. Nanono said this during the official rollout ceremony of...

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“We cannot, as Igbos, truly break away from this monster with her fangs wedged deeply into the functioning muscles in our body,” ―Don Okolo I understand the clamor, and I do understand the reasoning behind the push to carve out our own niche in a corner of the south and call it ours. Every single aspect of the maltreatment, and the vicious cruelty iced on the bedlam heaped on us, it seems that we have...

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Due to the failure of the state government to address grievances, the Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG) has directed tanker drivers to suspend their services beginning from Monday. Williams Akporeha, the National President of NUPENG, said in a statement that the appeal to Lagos and the Federal governments to decongest the Apapa Port has not been addressed. “The entire rank and file members of the union are deeply pained, frustrated and...

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Residents of Yola and its environs now sleep with two eyes open as gangs of robbers dressed in hunters and vigilante uniforms burst and ransacked about 10 houses at Ummare in Yolde-Pate ward of Yola, the Adamawa state capital in the early hours of Saturday, residents have said. A resident of the area who simply identified himself as Musa said the gang went from house to house forcing doors open to rob residents of money,...

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Federal and state government authorities should be leading the way in modeling pro-life values that put people’s health, safety and lives first. ______________ Despite the fact that Africa’s most populous country is third behind South Africa and Egypt as COVID-19 most impacted in Africa, schools across Nigeria are being asked to resume in-person classes. Daily assurances intended to ameliorate citizens’ anxiety caused by uncertainly about the pandemic can only go as far as bridging the...

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Sometimes, in Nigeria, it is hard to distinguish between a lack of basic amenities and poverty based on a non-existent government presence. WAP took the bull by the horn.  From Owasere,  Itaosun, to Ikaromoja community in Osun State, WAP’s Beloved John went on an investigative voyage, confronting residents marine-to-marine and documenting their real-world ordeal. Ilesanmi Kehinde, tired and weary stood by the entrance of his mud house. The scorching sun radiated on his tanned skin...

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“The Bridge Is Looking More Beautiful Than Ever” – Commuters Laud Life Lager Over New Lights On The Niger Bridge Commuters moving in and out of the South-Eastern part of Nigeria have had more than just the freedom to travel again to cheer about, as Life Lager’s lighting of the Niger Bridge has brought another cause for excitement. Following the lift of the ban on interstate travel, Life Lager Beer embarked on a mission to...

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A group referred to as  Kebbi Concerned Citizens Initiative says President Muhammadu Buhari should suspend Abubakar Malami, Nigeria’s Attorney General In a statement, the group urged the president to set up a panel to probe Malami over corruption allegations. This is alongside several calls for the sack of Malami, a Kebbi indigene, over these allegations which he has denied. In the statement, the group said these “damaging” allegations against Malami are “too heavy” to ignore....

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