President Buhari could not address Nigerians on May 29 because he knows his administration is a failure –PDP

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said that President Buhari did not address the nation on the May 29 Inauguration day because he must have ”assessed his administration and rightly adjudged it a failure.”   The President marked 5 years in office on May 29. The presidency had in an earlier statement, said the celebration will be quiet due to the COVID19 pandemic.   However, in a statement released today by its spokesperson, Kola Ologbondiyan, the opposition party said President Buhari must have been persuaded that he ”had nothing to tell…

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Coronavirus is being used to exploit Africa and Nigerians. It has become a fullscale business- Cross Rivers state governor, Ben Ayade (Video)

Governor Ben Ayade of Cross Rivers state has said that the global Coronavirus pandemic has become a full-scale business for some people and that the world is using it to exploit Africa and Nigeria in particular.   The governor stated this when he appeared on Channels TV on Thurday May 21.   Speaking on why his state has not conducted random testing as observed in many other states in the country, the governor argued that the test currently being conducted to diagnose the viral disease in the country ”lacks reproducibility and reliability”.…

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COVID 19: CHIEF SOLOMON OGBONNA AGUENE ADVICES NIGERIANS, SHARES PALLIATIVES TO IGBOS AND NON IGBOS.

CHIEF-SOLOMON-OGBONNA-AGUENE-UDOCHIA.-PRESIDENT-OHANEZE-NDIGBO-LAGOS COVID 19: CHIEF SOLOMON OGBONNA AGUENE ADVICES NIGERIANS, SHARES PALLIATIVES TO IGBOS AND NON IGBOS The Leader of Ndigbo in Lagos and  President of Ohaneze Ndigbo in Lagos, Chief Solomon Ogbona Aguene has adviced Nigerians to be law abiding and obey all rules put in place to fight the current pandemic ravaging the world.     Chief Solomon Aguene who is a Patron of Actors Guild of Nigeria gave this advice in a special COVID 19 message alongside his friends in the Nollywood industry. He strongly warned against any…

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Nigerians evacuated from the UK due to Coronavirus pandemic arrive the country

A number of Nigerians who were stranded in the United Kingdom following the COVID-19 lockdown and requested to be repatriated home, have arrived in Nigeria.     The chartered flight that evacuated them, arrived at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport in Lagos at about 1.40pm on Friday afternoon, May 8. The returnees will be airlifted to Abuja where will undergo a mandatory 14-day supervised quarantine.   On Wednesday, 256 Nigerians stranded in the United Arab Emirates were evacuated back home and are currently being quarantined in an isolation center in Lagos.  

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Evacuation of Nigerians abroad to commence this Wednesday May 6 – Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffery Onyeama

Geofferey Onyeama, Nigeria’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, says the evacuation of Nigerians from abroad due to the Coronavirus pandemic, will commence on Wednesday May 6th with the first evacuation from Dubai.   The Minister disclosed this when he spoke at the daily briefing of the Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19 today May 4. According to Onyeama, an Emirates flight from Dubai is expected in Lagos on Wednesday May 6, this will be followed by a BA flight from the UK on Friday May 8. From Wednesday by God’s Grace, we will start the process of…

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Nigerians react as FG says markets in lockdown states can open between 10am to 2pm every 48 hours

The Federal Government has said that markets in states currently observing a lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic are allowed to open between the hours of 10am and 2 pm every 48 hours.   The National co-ordinator of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, Aliyu Sani, announced this during the daily press briefing by the taskforce in Abuja today Wednesday April 1st.   “For markets, only shops and stalls selling food and groceries shall be allowed to open to customers between the hours of 10:00 am and 2:00 pm,” he said  …

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FBI arrests 13 Nigerians over $30m cyber fraud

13 Nigerians have been arrested by operatives of US’ Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on charges of $30m cyber fraud.   The Nigerians were arrested alongside 11 others over their involvement in a large-scale fraud which targeted citizens, corporations, and financial institutions throughout the country.   TheCable reported that the arrested suspects were charged before a federal court in Atlanta.   They’ve been identified as Blessing Oluwatimilehin Ojo, Afeez Olaide Adeniran, Matthan Bolaji Ibidapo, Obinna Nwosu, Benjamin Ibukunoluwa Oye, Christopher Akinwande Awonuga, Ahamefule Aso Odus, Paul Chinonso Anyanwu, Chineda Obilom Nwakadu, Chukwukadibia Ikechukwu Nnadozie, Uchechi Chidimma Odus, John…

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Nigerians handle Lagos senator, Babajide Sanwo-Olu after he requested gifts for Abule Ado blast unfortunate casualties

Nigerians on Twitter are reacting to the appeal made by Lagos state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, for donations for victims of Sunday March 15th explosion in Abule Ado area of the state.   While visiting the scene of the incident this morning, the governor announced that a N2 billion relief fund has been set up for the victims and that the state government has already donated N250 million. He went on to appeal to other well meaning Nigerians to donate into the accounts provided.     While some Nigerians applaud the state…

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Yemi Alade’s Daughter Mehcosa Turns Nigerians Latest Social Media Sensation

Mehcosa causing serious controversy as she is seen as a threat to Nigerian female artists” Multi talented uk based Nigeria afro singer Mehcosa currently referred to as the daughter of Award winning singer “Yemi Alade” just after yemi Alade’s latest hit single “shekere” was beautifully covered  by the young star Mehcosa and it did went viral on social media And that left a lot  of fans to debating  if Mehcosa is truly Yemi Alade’s daughter or not. With speculations of Mehcosa being the daughter of Yemi Alade She’s been tipped off being…

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Nigerians working at Indian steel company in Lagos killed by molten iron (Video)

Some Nigerians who were working at an Indian steel company in Lagos have reportedly been killed by molten iron, while they were on duty. A man on Facebook, identified as Nwa Boss, shared photos from the scene on Facebook and disclosed that the Nigerians working at the company are being maltreated by the management of the Indian steel company. He shared on his page, Water don  from my eyes God have mercy on us This happened yesterday innocent souls were burnt by melting pot at Indian steel company African foundry in…

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