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Army Panel Report On Ekiti Election, Insignificant, Says Fayose

Ekiti State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose, has reacted to the report submitted by the Army panel set up to look into allegations of unprofessional conduct against soldiers during the Ekiti, Osun, Rivers and Akwa Ibom State governorship elections, saying; “For all intent and...

Nigerian Air Force Builds Regional Helicopter Maintenance Hanger In Niger State

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has completed a massive maintenance hanger for the Nigerian military helicopters and others within the West African countries. The Chief of Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshall Abubakar Sadique made the disclosure when he received Governor...

2015 Elections: Army Panel Recommends Sanctions and Commendations

Army Press Statement It will be recalled that based on petitions and allegations of unprofessional and partisan conducts of some officers and soldiers of the Nigerian Army during the 2015 General elections, Ekiti and Osun States Gubernatorial elections last year,...

Football Loves Me, Says President Buhari, After Glo/CAF Platinum Award

President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday spoke of a love relationship between him and the game of football. "Thirty years after the first victory, Nigeria won again last year. What a fabulous coincidence. I think football loves me," the President said...

All About The Ballon D’Or, As Messi, Ronaldo And Neymar Battle For Glory

TODAY IS THE DAY The award for the world footballer of the year 2015 will hold today in Zurich, Switzerland, where outstanding footballers, coaches and many others will be rewarded for their impressive performances in 2015. Top of the bunch is the World...

$2.1 Billion Arms Deal: Who “Gat” What? Here Are The Answers

By Emmanuel Ikodor/National Security Correspondent Since the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) began investigating how the former National Security Adviser (NSA) to former president Goodluck Jonathan, Mr. Sambo Dasuki, spent the sum of $2.1 billion meant for arms purchase,...

We Haven’t Rescued The Chibok Girls Because We’re Still Studying How Jonathan Failed To Rescue Them, Says Presidency

The Presidency in Nigeria disclosed on Friday that after more than seven months in power, it has not entered any negotiations with Boko Haram on the Chibok girls, because it was still trying to understand how the former President...

I’m Not In APC To Take Anybody’s Place, Says Nwobodo

By Ihuoma Chiedozie/Punchng.com  A former Minister of Information and governor of the old Anambra State, Chief Jim Nwobodo, has told members of the All Progressives Congress in Enugu State not to feel threatened by his defection to the party. Nwobodo, a...

Armsgate: Ogun SDP Disowns Falae Over N100 Million Scandal

By Samuel Awoyinfa/Punchng.com  The Ogun State chapter of the Social Democratic Party has dissociated itself from the N100m allegedly taken by its National Chairman, Chief Olu Falae, to support the Peoples Democratic Party during the March 2015 general elections. The alleged...

After Storm Of Criticisms, Nigeria Senate May Dump ‘Anti-Social Media Bill’

By Sunday Aborisade/Punchng.com  Fresh indications emerged on Sunday that the Senate may dump the ‘Frivolous Petitions and other Matters Connected therewith Bill’ otherwise known as the ‘anti-social media bill’, on resumption from its current recess, tomorrow (Tuesday). Investigations by our correspondent...

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