Guanah, however, explained that the governor has denied ownership of the demolished property, saying â€œthere had been promptings that this land belongs to E.E. (which incidentally bears semblance to governorâ€™s initials Emmanuel Eweta), but I called the governor and he denied having such property.Read More
Gusau â€” At least one person was confirmed dead and many others injured, following a windstorm that was accompanied by a heavy rainfallÂ in Maradun and Talata Mafara towns of Zamfara State.
Sylva explained that the problem with many Bayelsans was that of laziness, saying that many people in the state donâ€™t want to work, but want government to provide free money, which he had constantly reiterated his administrationâ€™s determination to stop.Read More
By Emeka Mamah Kaduna â€” A former governor of Kaduna State, Alhaji Balarabe Musa, has said President Umaru Yarâ€™Adua is not capable of addressing the socio-economic problems plaguing the nation.
By Emma Amaize WARRI â€” CONTRARY to the claims by the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND) that it was responsible for the bombing of Chevron flow station at Utunana, on Tuesday night, Vanguardâ€™s investigations yesterday revealed that the militant group lied, as residents of the area disclosed that the fire was
By Chinyere Amalu ABUJAâ€”The inability of Nigerian Government to meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDGS), especially in health sector by 2015, has been attributed to poor leadership and uncoordinated systems in the country.
Two units of armed mobile policemen, led by a superintendent of police, were outside the premises trying to control the agitated crowd of youths and women that had converge outside the entrance of the court premises to give support to the detained former aide to the governor.Read More
By Demola Akinyemi Ilorin â€” A septuagenarian, Mallam TankoÂ Suleiman, was among the lucky 13 detainees released, yesterday, by theÂ Kwara State Criminal Justice Committee led by the Acting Chief Judge of Kwara State, Justice Fola Gbadeyan.
By Isiaka Oyibo KONTONKARFI(KOGI) â€” FOUR persons were feared dead while several others sustained serious injuries when two luxurious buses collidedÂ along the Kotonkarfi road on the Murtala bridge, yesterday. State Commander of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC), Yomi Asaniyan, said the injured persons have been taken to the Federal Medical Centre, Lokoja and
By Daniel Idonor ABUJA â€” PRESIDENT Umaru Musa Yarâ€™Adua has approved the appointment of the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Finance, Mr Steve Oronsanye as the new Head of Service of the Federation (HOSF), following a similar approval yesterday by the President of the retirement of the incumbent HOSF, Ms Ama Pepple, who has