Author Archives: Aleem Murtala

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We Did Not Support Social Media Clamdown – Gov. Makinde

We Did Not Support Social Media Clamdown – Gov. Makinde

Engineer Seyi Makinde, the Governor of Oyo State, has debunked reports that he and his brother-governors in the Southwest have met to declare support for the controversial clamp down on the social media by the federal government. The governor made the clarification on Tuesday, November 10, while inaugurating the 11-man Judicial Panel of Inquiry to

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Falana Threatens Legal Action Against NUJ

Femi Falana, foremost human right activist and Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), has warned the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) to desist from foisting illegal processing on the union to conduct elections into the elective seats at the Lagos State Council of the union. Falana vowed to sue the NUJ in a petition dated November

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“A Lot of Our Embassies are…. a Huge Embarrassment”- Foreign Minister

Nigeria has now become a laughing stock in the international community. Not long after the country has been embarrassed in some countries where her embassy building were treated with disdain, the government is telling another embarrassing story. Geoffrey Onyeama, the Nigerian Minister of Foreign Affairs, while defending 2021 budget of his ministry at the House

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Sold Four Times in Lebanon, Nigerian Lady Begs for Rescue

Najeeb Rukoyat Kemi, a 28-year old Nigerian, has made a passionate appeal to the Nigerian government to come to her rescue in Oman where she is being presently held in captivity. Kemi hailed from Ikire town in Osun State.According to a release duly signed by Ajibola Abayomi, President of Journalists International Forum For Migration (JIFORM),

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CNPP to INEC Chairman: Build on the Edo, Ondo Performance

Conference of Nigeria Political Parties (CNPP) has urged the reappointed Mahmoud Yakubu, as Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), to ensure that the rare opportunity provided by his second tenure did not end in disappointment after 2023 general elections. In a statement signed by Willy Ezugwu, Secretary General, Conference of Nigeria Political Parties

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EndSARS: CNPP wants Buhari, Security Chiefs to Resign

Conference of Nigeria Political Parties (CNPP) has again warned the Nigerian government that the continued deployment of security agencies and sponsoring of hoodlums to attack unarmed peaceful protesters in the country may lead to anarchy and disintegration of the country. In a statement signed by Willy Ezugwu, Secretary General of the party, he described as

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