Resident doctors at University of Uyo Teaching Hospital join ongoing

Resident doctors at the University of Uyo Teaching Hospital have joined the ongoing strike by the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) over the inability of the federal government to meet the union’s demands. NARD had on Monday, August 2 begun indefinite strike action citing the inability of the Federal Government to implement the agreements […]Read More

Inter Milan reject Chelsea’s 85million pounds bid for striker Romelu

Inter Milan have rejected Chelsea’s 85million pounds bid for striker Romelu Lukaku. 28year old Lukaku is at the head of Chelsea’s search for a new forward after Borussia Dortmund ruled out selling striker Erling Haaland this summer amid interest from the Blues. While Inter’s owners are wrestling with major financial issues, they are determined to keep hold […]Read More

Federal Government set to commence cash payment to 200,000 Nigerians

Federal Government is set to commence cash payments to 200,000 Nigerians. The Coordinator, National Social Safety Net Programme, Iorwa Apera, who made the announcement in Abuja, said the beneficiaries are urban poor senior citizens that do not have access to regular income and are impacted by COVID-19. Apera noted that 4 percent of 35 million […]Read More

Long jumper Ese Brume wins first medal for Nigeria in

Ese Brume has won the first medal for Nigeria at the ongoing Tokyo 2020 Olympics. She won bronze in long jump. MEANWHILE; Namibian Christine Mboma has broken the 22.04 seconds 200meters African record Nigeria’s Blessing Okagbare set in Abilene, Texas, USA in March 2018 with a first-ever sub-22-seconds performance by an African woman in the […]Read More

NAPTIP rescues 26 victims trafficked from Akwa Ibom State

The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) has rescued 26 victims trafficked from Akwa Ibom State from suspected human traffickers in Ogun State. The Uyo Zonal Commander of NAPTIP, Ubong Ekwere, who disclosed this in a chat with our correspondent, Anthony Esin, said the victims were captured by men of the […]Read More

Yoruba nation agitator Sunday Igboho reportedly arrested by security operatives

Yoruba nation agitator, Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho, has reportedly been arrested in Cotonou, Benin Republic by security operatives in the West African country. READ ALSO : President Muhammadu Buhari mandates seven North-West governors to end banditry in the zone He was allegedly arrested yesterday at Cotonou Airport on his way to Germany, […]Read More

Controller General of Federal Fire Service Doctor Liman Ibrahim cautions

Controller General of the Federal Fire Service-FFS, Doctor Liman Ibrahim who has cautioned Muslim faithful to apply all necessary fire safety precaution while celebrating Eid-el-Kabir. Liman who gave the advice in a statement by FFS Spokesperson, Ugo Huan, in Abuja, urged citizens to be careful as the festivity involves lots of cooking activities so as […]Read More

U.K Prime Minister Boris Johnson calls for caution as restrictions

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, […]Read More

President Muhammadu Buhari mandates seven North-West governors to end banditry

President Muhammadu Buhari who has mandated seven North-West governors to end banditry in the zone. Governor Atiku Bagudu of Kebbi State who is also the Chairman, APC Governors’ Forum, made the disclosure at the continuation of a Fulani Stakeholders’ Peace, Security and Unity Meeting held in Birnin-Kebbi. The Governor said the president’s directive was to […]Read More