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By Jacob Kubeka (ABUJA) - Amid the global surge in cases of COVID-19, President Muhammadu Buhari Friday in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, stressed the need for world leaders to work together and reinforce partnerships to limit the catastrophic consequences of the pandemic. Speaking at Nigeria Day during EXPO DUBAI 2020, the President declared that the theme of the very important global event, “Connecting Minds, Creating the Future” has placed a moral burden on all relevant stakeholders, across national boundaries, to urgently work together for a better and brighter future. Special Adviser to the President (Media & Publicity), Femi Adesina, in a statement, quoted Buhari...
By Paul Adaji (ABUJA) – The National Summit on the Protection of Nigeria’s Critical Infrastructure, Monuments and Business Assets earlier scheduled for December 6, 2021 till early next year. According to the Presidential Think-Tank on Defence & Security and Ashcraft Centre for Social Science Research, Abuja, Organisers of the summit, the event will now hold on Monday, February 28 and Tuesday March 1, 2022 at the Congress Hall, Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja. Announcing the postponement of the summit at a media briefing in Abuja today, Secretary, Planning Committee, Dr. Chiakor Alfred, explained that after the formal unveiling of the National Summit on...
By Mbafan Ade - Yiaga Africa and the Not-Too-Young-To-Run Movement on Wednesday said they were set...
The Electoral Commission officially pronounced the results of the 1 November Local Government Election (LGE)...
By Jackson Olali - It has taken Mohammed Bello Koko, the Acting Managing Director of the Nigerian...
It is not for nothing that in the closely-knit political family of the Peoples Democratic...
By Jackson Ali - It’s been one full year since Commodore Sabiru Abayomi Lawal assumed duty as...
By Lawrence Oshodi - Cristiano Ronaldo said that Portugal's 2-1 loss against Serbia on Sunday was "difficult," but insisted that their chances of qualifying for...
By Lawrence Oshodi - Following a 1-0 win over South Africa at the Cape Coast sports stadium on Sunday, Ghana's quest of returning to the...
Some players have made a return to the Black Stars after a long hiatus with Beitar Jerusalem striker Richmond Boakye Yiadom earning a recall...
By Mbafan Ade (BUSINESS CORRESPONDENT) - First Bank of Nigeria Limited, the title sponsor of one of polo’s most prestigious trophy, the Georgian Cup, is...
By Lawrence Oshodi - Mixed Martial Art, also known as combat sport, will make its debut in Lagos on Oct. 30, according to the organizers....
By Grace Audu - World Health Organisation (WHO) on Friday, said Asia-Pacific countries must brace up for a new surge in the number of Coronavirus...
By Grace Audu - Nigerian civil officials who have not been vaccinated were prevented from accessing their offices on Wednesday, as the country stepped up...
By Grace Audi - President of the African Union, Moussa Faki Mahamat, claims the world owes Africa responsibility for lifting travel restrictions imposed on the...
By Jacob Kubeka (ABUJA) - Amid the global surge in cases of COVID-19, President Muhammadu Buhari Friday in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, stressed the need for world leaders to work together and reinforce partnerships to limit the catastrophic consequences...
National Summit on protection of Nigeria’s Critical Infrastructure postponed till February next year
By Paul Adaji (ABUJA) – The National Summit on the Protection of Nigeria’s Critical Infrastructure, Monuments and Business Assets earlier scheduled for December 6, 2021 till early next year. According to the Presidential Think-Tank on Defence & Security and Ashcraft Centre...
By Kwanta Douglas - Uganda has moved more troops and equipment into eastern DR Congo, including armoured vehicles, witnesses at the border claimed, on the third day of an operation against the Allied Democratic Forces ADF rebel group. "At around...
By Grace Audu - World Health Organisation (WHO) on Friday, said Asia-Pacific countries must brace up for a new surge in the number of Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases due to the Omicron variant, which emerged last month. According to WHO regional director...
By Kwanta Douglas - African Court on Human and Peoples Rights, on Thursday, ordered the Tanzanian government to pay $99,500 to a former NGO director who was wrongfully expelled from the country in 2014. Anudo Ochieng Anudo was awarded $63,500 in...
By Mbafan Ade - World Bank Group has urged the federal government to tax specific levies on alcohol, tobacco, and sugar-sweetened beverages, so as to strengthen primary healthcare. Country Director for Nigeria at the World Bank Group, Mr Shubham Chaudhuri,...
By Theodore Jones - Algeria on Thursday, urged Africans to "speak with one voice" in international organizations, including the UN Security Council, in a bid to influence the decisions being taken concerning the African continent. "We believe there is still more...
By Kwanta Douglas - Rwandan Minister of Education, Valentine Uwamariya, on Thursday, said the country is seeking more science and technology cooperation with China in order to boost innovation and research education. "We know that China has different industries where prototypes...
By Theodore Jones - Libyan High National Elections Commission (HNEC), announced on Thursday, that a squad of gunmen had attacked four of its election centers. In a statement, Said Al-Qasabi, the head of the HNEC's main operations chamber, said that gunmen...
Zimbabwean Vice President and Minister of Health and Child Care Constantino Chiwenga, on Thursday, verified the presence of the omicron variant in the country. To avert a fourth wave of the pandemic, he asked the country to increase attention and...