Monthly Archives: April 2019

Dele Momodu, Osuofia Can’t Tell Us Who To Vote For In Ghana

Former Deputy General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), in Ghana, has cautioned against foreign celebrities, especially from neighbouring Nigeria dabbling in the main opposition’s political campaigns in the general elections. Mr. Koku Anyidoho, contends that the party’s structures must work effectively and bring all party members on board in NDC’s campaigns, instead of allowing aliens to take

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University Of Ibadan Lecturer Who Burned Himself To Death May Have Been Depressed

eA lecturer identified as Mr. A. O. Subair set himself ablaze on Saturday. The lecturer who works in the Department of Mathematics, University of Ibadan, set himself on fire in his senior staff quarters located at Phillipson Road of the University. He was immediately buried at Akinyele public cemetery according to Islamic rites. According to reports, the late mathematician recently

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The Quest To Reclaim His Alleged Stolen Mandate Gets Hotter, As Court Affirms Ademola Adeleke As Eligible To Contest Governorship Elections

UThe Appeal Court in Akure has affirmed the eligibility of Ademola Adeleke, the governorship candidate of the People’s Democratic Party PDP, in the Osun governorship election to contest the election. The judgement followed an earlier judgement of a High Court in Bwari, Abuja, which declared him ineligible to contest the election, because of the controversy over Mr Adeleke’s secondary school

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Nigerians Abroad Will Soon Start Voting In Elections, As NIMC Launches NIN In UK

The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), in partnership with one of its licensees, National eAuthentication Limited, have commenced the issuance of National Identification Numbers to Nigerians living in the United Kingdom (UK). The epoch-event, took place at OIS office, Fleet Street, London, and was flagged off by the Nigerian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Ambassador George Oguntade. The High

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