Category Archives: Nigerian News

Abia Government Gives EFCC Seven Days To Unseal Six Sealed Properties

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has been given a seven-day ultimatum by the government of Abia State to unseal six properties belonging to the government that were wrongly sealed in the state. The Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Mr. Uche Ihediwa, in a statement described the decision of the agency as a brute disregard of the regulatory, enforcement

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Obasagate: CHRSJ, CISNAC storm EFCC Office over alleged corruption
against Lagos Speaker

Information reaching us from our correspondence in Nigeria has it that a group (OBASAGATE) has petitioned the EFCC, demanding that the law maker be investigated over the weighty allegation of corruption Fault Assembly Panel over Obasa, …Vow to pursue the matter to a logical end. A human rights and anti- corruption groups on Tuesday, stormed theLagos State office of the

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Aso Rock Crisis: President Buhari sacks 20 Bodyguards

Information reaching Wakeupafrica360 from our source in Nigeria has it that the President of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari has taken steps to sanction security officers following the recent shooting incidence that took place at the presidential villa in Abuja and involved his wife, Aisha Buhari and his nephew, Sabiu Yusuf Tunde. According to reports from our source, President Buhari on

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Edo 2020: PDP Speaks On Giving Obaseki Automatic Ticket

Information reaching Wakeupafrica360 from our correspondent in Nigeria has it that the Edo chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has given out a comment saying that their door is still open to Governor Godwin Obaseki to join the party. This came after he was disqualified by All Progressive Congress (APC) screening committee headed by Prof. Jonathan Ayuba. The comment

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Nigerian Federal Government Suspends Cash Transfer, Palliative Distribution In Zamfara State

The Federal government has announced the suspension of the palliatives distribution as well as its conditional cash transfer program in Zamfara State until further notice. This development was disclosed in Abuja by the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development. Also, the federal government said that the development is as a result of the insecurity in the

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Garba shehu, the senior special assistant to the president of Nigeria on media and publicity has expressed the concern held by the presidency stating that (IPOB) The indigenous people of Biafra are damaging the image of Nigeria internationally, in the US and Europe. “IPOB, SELF-PROCLAIMED JEWS, USING CHRISTIANITY TO WAGE WAR AGAINST THE NIGERIAN STATE The Presidency wishes to draw

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National Bureau Of Statistics: 42% Of Nigerians Lost Jobs To Covid-19

According to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), no fewer than 42% of fully employed Nigerians lost their jobs which is mainly their only means of livelihood due to adverse impact of COVID-19 pandemic. It was stated that the pandemic impacted on employment and income as there were respondents who complained of not currently working job losses due to the

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Nine Months After: Federal Government Still Unable To Appoint Head For The Christian Pilgrim Commission

On today’s news, information reaching us from one of our source in Nigeria has it that the federal government of Nigeria is yet to find a replacement for the position of Head, Christian Pilgrim Commission nine months after the removal of the Executive Secretary of the Commission, Rev. Tor Ujah. Ever since the removal of Ujah on August, 2019, the

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Federal Government Decides on Covid-19: Not More than 20 Persons In Public Gathering Ahead of The Eldi Fitri Celebration

Wakeupafrica360 through information from our source in Nigeria has it that the federal government led by his Excellency, President Muhammadu Buhari has restricted public gatherings in the country ahead of the Eldi Fitri Celebrations due to the coronavirus outbreaks in the country. According to the government, the total number of public gatherings should not exceed 20 persons. This was disclosed

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There Is An Under-Utilization Of Seaports In The Eastern Part of The Country: NPA Chairman Laments

According to information provided to Wakeupafrica360 by our source in Nigeria, the newly appointed chairman of the Nigerian Port Authority in the person of Chief Akin Ricketts has lamented over the under-utilization of seaports located in the Eastern corridor of the country. This he made known yesterday, thursday in his remarks at the Inauguration of the NPA board members by

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