Three children killed as armed man attacks school in Borno

Three pupils were killed and a teacher injured after a matchete weilding man stormed the Jafi Primary School in Kwaya Kusar area in Borno state on Thursday November 30th. According to eyewitnesses, the attacker said to be a middle-aged man with a neat beard, got into the school and headed straight for the nursery section.… Read More Three children killed as armed man attacks school in Borno

Former Minister of Foreign Affairs Amb. Oluyemi Adeniji dies aged 83

Former Minister of Foreign affairs, Ambassador Oluyemi Adeniji is dead. He passed on in London durung the weekend at the age of 83. The National President of the Association of Retired Career Ambassadors of Nigeria (ARCAN) Amb. Dapo Fafowora, who broke the news, said : “I have received with sadness, the news of the death… Read More Former Minister of Foreign Affairs Amb. Oluyemi Adeniji dies aged 83

Federal Government to sell National Theatre, other national assets to finance 2018-2020 budget

The Federal government has concluded plans to sell the Tafawa Balewa Square, the National Arts Theatre and some selected power plants under the National Integrated Power Projects NIPP. The purpose of the proposed sale of some of the national assets is to generate sufficient revenue to finance the the 2018 to 2020 budgets. The Director… Read More Federal Government to sell National Theatre, other national assets to finance 2018-2020 budget

Several cultists renounce membership, surrender arms in Ikorodu

It was a day of joy in the sleepy town of Imota, Lagos, when their sons and daughters who hitherto, foister a reign of terror on the community, voluntarily renounced their membership to some clandestine confraternity. The event which took place today November 29, 2017 at the palace of the Oba of Imota, Oba Ajibade… Read More Several cultists renounce membership, surrender arms in Ikorodu

Japan’s Emperor Akihito expected to hand over public duties after planned abdication

Emperor Akihito’s younger son, Prince Akishino, has said he expects his father to hand over all his public duties to the royal heir, Crown Prince Naruhito, after his planned abdication – the first by a Japanese monarch in nearly two centuries. Japan’s constitution defines the emperor as a symbol of the state and the people,… Read More Japan’s Emperor Akihito expected to hand over public duties after planned abdication

U.S. threatens to destroy North Korea if war breaks out

The United States warned North Korea’s leadership it would be utterly destroyed if war were to break out, after Pyongyang test fired its most advanced intercontinental ballistic missile, putting the U.S. mainland within range. The Trump administration has repeatedly said all options were on the table in dealing with North Korea’s ballistic and nuclear weapons… Read More U.S. threatens to destroy North Korea if war breaks out

Apple files infringement countersuit against Qualcomm

Apple Inc. on Wednesday filed a countersuit against Qualcomm Inc., alleging that Qualcomm’s Snapdragon mobile phone chips that power a wide variety of Android-based devices infringe on Apple’s patents, the latest development in a long-running dispute. Qualcomm in July accused Apple of infringing several patents related to helping mobile phones get better battery life. Apple… Read More Apple files infringement countersuit against Qualcomm

Federal Government declares December 1 as public holiday in commemoration of Eid-El-Maulud

The Federal Government has declared Friday December 1st, as public holiday in commemoration of the Muslim Eid-El-Maulud celebration. The Minister of Interior, Abdulrahman Dambazau, made the declaration on behalf of the federal government, according to a statement issued on Wednesday in Abuja. The statement was signed by the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Interior,… Read More Federal Government declares December 1 as public holiday in commemoration of Eid-El-Maulud