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The process for the award of National Honours has begun. Hopefully the recipients will be known before April. It will be the first time President Muhammadu Buhari will bestow such honours on deserving Nigerians. Already candidates have been shortlisted. And I understand that further request has been sent to the President for final approval.
The Presidency has advised the leadership of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) to stop raising false alarms in order to gain public sympathy and divert attention from its abysmal past record and failures.
The presidency, Saturday, night said the present administration will not stop talking about the alleged massive corruption in previous administration because of the collateral damage it had on the economy of the country.
Japanese ski jumper Sara Takanashi clinched the all-time record for most World Cup wins with her first victory of the season in Oberstdorf on Saturday.
The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Ibrahim Idris on Saturday directed a 24-hour police surveillance to provide security in schools across Yobe.
Zimbabwe has launched an investigation into the country's former first lady, Grace Mugabe, over her alleged involvement in an ivory smuggling ring.
Piqued by the low turnout of directors, stakeholders of the Ministry of Water Resources at the 2018 World Water Day celebration, the Federal Government has wielded the big stick by issuing query to absent directors, stakeholders.
Twitter shares were hammered Tuesday at midday following reports that Israel was weighing action against the company, adding to the growing woes of social media stocks.
The management of the University of Calabar on Monday said it has deployed security around and within the institution over the killing of two students by gunmen in a suspected renewed wave of cult clashes on campus.
Godiya Akwashiki, the Deputy Speaker, Nasarawa State House of Assembly, has declared his intention to contest in the 2019 governorship election in the state.
Zimbabwean former war veterans minister Tshinga Dube has reportedly described ex-president Robert Mugabe as a "bitter, senile old man", who was "absolutely intoxicated by power, hence his failure to accept that he was no longer president".