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Britain and the United States on Monday released a rare joint statement warning of “malicious cyber activity” carried out by the Russian state.
New Zealand said Tuesday it would like to expel Russian spies in retaliation for allegedly poisoning an ex-agent in Britain — only it can’t find any Moscow operatives in the remote South Pacific nation.
French President Emmanuel Macron, on Thursday, backed Britain’s charge that Russia was responsible for the nerve agent poisoning of a former spy, saying there was “no other plausible explanation”.
Russia on Tuesday rejected Britain's demand that Moscow provide an explanation over the poisoning of an ex-double agent and said London should provide Moscow with access to the nerve agent.
Not a single country, out of nearly 200 reviewed, was on track to meet the UN target of eliminating new tuberculosis infections by 2030, according to a global health review published Wednesday.
The Police Command in Enugu State says it has commenced investigation into the alleged poisoning of the food of a prominent man in a restaurant in Enugu, the state capital.
Bayelsa State Governor, Seriake Dickson, has again reinforced the need for President Muhammadu Buhari to reconsider his stance on restructuring and devolution of power among the federating states, if he hopes to sustain stability in the system.
Catholic Priests of West Africa, CPWA, have asked President Muhammadu Buhari to prove that he is competent for a second term in office, by stopping the ongoing killings in Nigeria by killer herdsmen and other violent groups attacking churches, kidnapping travelers in various parts of Nigeria or drop the second term bid.
The Senate, on Thursday, tasked the Federal Government to intensify effort to secure the release of Leah Sharibu, the only Dapchi schoolgirl yet to be released by her abductors.
The presidency on Thursday said only the blind can’t see the achievements of President Muhammadu Buhari, claiming that the administration’s diversification programme has improved the economy so much that the non-oil sector contributed 90.36 percent to GDP as against 9.61 percent coming from oil earnings.
The senator representing Zamfara Central, Kabir Marafa, yesterday, expressed surprise about the fact that female senators have been silent over the plight of women in his state, noting that they protested when Ahmed Yerima, a former governor of the state, married an underage girl.
Dutch club, ADO Den Haag, have sent their best wishes to their former defender, Tyronne Ebuehi, who left the club in Saturday to formally join Portuguese giants, Benfica.
Presidential Spokesman, Garba Shehu, says the Buhari government is bad business for a number of parliamentarians, civil servants and security agents.
The Presidency on Wednesday said 8,260,984 pupils were now being served free meal daily under the present administration’s National Home-Grown School Feeding Programme, a component of its Social Investment Programme.
Political adviser to Kaduna State Governor Nasir el-Rufai, Alhaji Uba Sani, on Sunday boasted that the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) no longer exists in the state.
The Chairman of the state APC Congress committee, Senator Uche Ekwuenife, has earlier said there would be no voting.