Joint U.S.-Afghan military operation hit al Qaeda camps in southern Afghanistan

U.S. airstrikes and Afghan ground forces dismantled al Qaeda training sites in southern Afghanistan over five days in one of the largest joint operations the two countries have undertaken, the U.S. military said on Tuesday. The operation left “numerous” militants dead, the military said in a statement. The operation kicked off on Wednesday evening in… Read More Joint U.S.-Afghan military operation hit al Qaeda camps in
southern Afghanistan

Lagos court remands 3 over conspiracy to rob bank

A Lagos High Court in Ikeja yesterday remanded in prison custody three persons accused of conspiring to rob First Bank of Nigeria Plc. The accused persons are Offon Akpan, 25, Osanbie Sunday, 25 and Akeem Karim, 25. According to the charge, the accused persons conspired to rob the bank at Adeniran Ogunsanya Street, Surulere area… Read More Lagos court remands 3 over conspiracy to rob bank

FG, TE Connectivity to boost power supply by 2020

The Federal Government has entered into a partnership with an original equipment manufacturer, OEM, TE Connectivity, to cut down on technical losses in the electricity sector and boost Nigeria‚Äôs quest for the attainment of 20,000 megawatts by 2020. The agreement which was entered into by the National Power Training Institute of Nigeria, NAPTIN, will see… Read More FG, TE Connectivity to boost power supply by 2020