Monthly Archives: June 2019

Breaking News; NBC Suspends DAAR Communications Operating Licence

Following the controversy that has been trailing DAAR Communications, owners of AIT and the National Broadcasting Commission NBC, over its controversial program Kaakaki, which openly airs opinions and criticisms against some government policies and activities. NBC formally announced this evening, that they have suspended the operations of Raypower FM and AIT. The announcement was made by the DG of NBC

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CAF President Ahmad Ahmad Arrested In Paris On Corruption Claims

The president of Africa’s football governing body Ahmad Ahmad was arrested Thursday morning at a hotel in Paris where he was staying to attend the FIFA Congress. FIFA has confirmed that Ahmad Ahmad was arrested at the Berri Hotel on charges of corruption and financial and fiscal offences. Ahmad Ahmad’s arrest is linked to the contract unilaterally broken by CAF

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“Buhari Has Not Approved State Police” Aide

Few days ago, there was a heated debate about instituting state police as a means of ensuring security, law and order in Nigeria. While some supported the order on social media, others were against it. The interesting thing about the debate was that, rumours sprung up that President Buhari had approved the state police structures implementation. And this happened because

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Imo Group Have Vowed To Protect Themselves From Herdsmen Attack

The proliferation of herdsmen within the South-East has gotten so bad, to the extent that a group in Imo State under the aegis of Indigenous Imo Town Unions, has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to address the constant herdsmen attacks in South-East. The leaders of the group has intimated that failure to do that, they would resort to self-defense to protect

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Nearly 40% Of The World’s Girls And Women Live In Countries Failing On Gender Equality

Results for 129 countries measured by a new Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Gender Index released by Equal Measures 2030 show that the world is far from achieving gender equality, with 1.4 billion girls and women living in countries that get a “very poor” failing grade on gender equality. The SDG Gender Index, launched at the Women Deliver 2019 Conference, is

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