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The Agagu Plane Crash: Jonathan Mourns

The Agagu Plane Crash: Jonathan Mourns

President Goodluck Jonthan has expressed shock at the news of the plane crash involving the remains of the late Olusegun Agagu, former governor of Ondo state, relations and friends of the deceased.   A statement issued by Reuben Abati, presidential spokesperson says the President ‘feels and shares the grief and pains of the Agagu family.’

Federal Executive Meeting

The Federal Executive Council, FEC, Nigeria’s highest policy making body at its meeting in Abuja today approved a policy for holistic transformation of local automotive industry that will phase out importation of vehicles. [Details will be posted later.]

Federal Executive Meeting

  The Federal Executive Council, FEC, Nigeria’s highest policy making body at its meeting in Abuja today approved a policy for holistic transformation of local automotive industry that will phase out importation of vehicles. [Details will be posted later.]  

The federal government’s alleged ceasefire deal with Boko Haram collapses before taking off

 Last Tuesday was an emotional day at the Government House, Maiduguri, capital of Borno State. Fifty school age children orphaned by Boko Haram militants in different parts of the city were brought to the Government House as recipients of government scholarship. Some of the kids narrated how insurgents stormed their houses and slaughtered their parents,

Amaechi: Jonathan’s Dangerous Gamble

The Presidency’s unrelenting efforts to rein in Chibuike Amaechi, Rivers State governor, at all costs pose some threats to President Goodluck Jonathan’s 2015 ambition   As the political horse-trading climaxed for the election of a new leader for the Nigerian Governors Forum, NGF, last week, governors strove hard to stave off an extant, but not

Tackling The Common Flood

Through a lecture on flood control, the Lagos State University seeks a permanent solution to perennial flooding in Lagos   In recent years, excessive rainfalls have caused devastating flooding in some parts of Lagos, Ibadan, Ogun and Jos, destroying properties and resulting in loss of lives. The incidents are perennial and past efforts at combating

“Jonathan thinks insecurity is a northern affair”

There is unease in the country and this is manifesting in several ways. There are security issues in different parts of the country, and many are also calling for state police, national conference, revenue sharing formula and so on. Do you think the government is handling the pressure rightly? First of all if you ask

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