Wednesday, August 12, 2020

No Virus Can Be Contracted In The Church Of God ― Bishop Olumakaiye

The Diocesan and Missioner, Diocese of Lagos, Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), The Rt. Rev. Dr Humphrey Olumakaiye said that no virus or any form of the disease can be contracted in the church of God. He made this known in a statement made available to ACNN TV in Lagos on Tuesday. Bishop Olumakaiye noted...

Come To Our Aid, Stop The Genocide, Kaduna Youth Raises Alarm

PRESS STATEMENT (Thursday, 6th August, 2020) Last night, 33 Atyap natives, who were among hundreds of thousands of already starving indigenes under a 24 hours rigidly imposed curfew that was 65 days yesterday, were killed in five Atyap villages in Atyap Chiefdom, Zangon Kataf LGA in Southern part of Kaduna state by Fulani militia. The villages...

Corruption, An Enemy Of God And The People – Primate Ndukuba

The Primate of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, the Most Rev’d Henry Ndukuba has categorically stated that anyone who is involved in corruption, whether in the church, mosque, government, or in any office, is an enemy of God and the people. Ndukuba, who spoke with the press in Abuja, stressed that according to the...

87 stranded Nigerians arrive from Sudan

Eighty seven Nigerians stranded in Sudan arrived the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, on Air Sudan on Saturday. Nigerians in the Diaspora Commission (NiDCOM) in their official Twitter handle @nidcom_gov, stated that the evacuees arrived in the morning of Aug. 8. It said that, “All Evacuees will proceed on a 14 days self isolation as mandated...

Senator Buruji Kashamu dies of COVID-19

A former senator representing Ogun-East senatorial district, Buruji Kashamu, has died of COVID-19 complications at the First Cardiology Hospital in Lagos. His death was announced by his “friend” and former colleague in the Senate Ben Murray-Bruce. “I have just lost my good friend of forever to COVID-19,” Murray Bruce said on Twitter. “Until his death, Sen. Buruji...

NDDC Asks Nwaoboshi To Refund N2.5bn He Received For Supply Of Plastic Chairs

The Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) has asked Peter Nwaoboshi, chairman of the senate committee on NDDC, to refund a sum of N2.5 billion. The commission said the sum was given to the senator for the supply of plastic desks and chairs for primary and secondary schools in the region. Nwaoboshi was named by Godswill Akpabio,...

Human traffickers in brutal exploits (1)

INHUMAN, heartless, deadly or mean are some of the adjectives deployed by victims of human trafficking as well as leaders of different organisations combating the menace to describe the activities of the traffickers. For the victims, human trafficking is a crime they would not wish that even their enemies to fall victims. And for the...

Nigerians slam Bauchi gov over appointment of special assistant on single women affairs

Bauchi State governor , Sen. Bala Mohammed has come under intense criticism on social media for appointing a Special Assistant on Unmarried Women. In the letter of appointment seen by our correspondent on Friday, which was signed by the Secretary to the State Government, Sabiu Baba, and issued to the appointee, Balaraba Ibrahim, she would...

Another lawmaker’s wife kidnapped in Jigawa

Another Wife of State House of Assembly member representing Gwiwa constituency, Hon. Aminu Tsibut has been kidnapped by an unknown gunmen. The victim identified as Hajiya Rukayya Aminu was kidnapped at Tsibut village in Gwiwa Local Government Area on Friday night at about 1:00AM. Victims of relative revealed that the gunmen numbering about seven broke the...

Ogun to subject SS3 boarding students to COVID-19 test

Ogun State government has said that all SS3 boarding students in the state must take the tests for COVID-19 and malaria before they will be admitted into their various hostels. The special adviser to the governor on Primary and Secondary Education Mrs Ronke Soyombo, in a statement, said that the State Ministry of Health has...

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