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Why Anti – Open Grazing Law Is Meaningless – Al Makura

Why Anti – Open Grazing Law Is Meaningless – Al Makura

The Nasarawa State governor, Umaru Al – Makura has said that the anti-open grazing law is meaningless and therefore will not be passed or enforced in the state. The governor while speaking to some guests at the government house in Lafia, the Nasarawa state capital said the law is meaningless because provision has to be made

Mugabe to go on exile

A new government is to be formed within 48 hours, a twitter handle claiming to be speaking on behalf of the provisional government of Zimbabwe said. Mugabe will then proceed on exile to South Africa. Fresh elections will be held in the spring of 2018 once order and peace have been established. The likely presidential

Breaking: EFCC arrests former Senate President Pius Anyim

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested the former Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF, Chief Pius Anyim.   Ayim was arrested by the EFCC for his alleged involvement in the Centenary City fraud in Abuja.   Reports have it that for Senate President, Anyim has been detained and presently undergoing

Bizarre: Missing journalist found dead in Anambra

A Cameraman with the Anambra Broadcasting Service, Mr Ikechukwu Onubogu, has been found dead four days after he was declared missing by members of his family.   Although the cause of his death remained sketchy, the News Agency of Nigeria gathered that the late Onubogu, who was at home with his wife, was said to

Military take over: Grace Mugabe flees Zimbabwe for Namibia

Grace Mugabe, the wife of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, is reported to have fled the country for neighbouring Namibia. Her husband is thought to be under house arrest in the southern African country’s capital, Harare, after the Zimbabwean military took control of the government. It is unclear how Ms Mugabe was able to make her

Court Judgment: Peace Corps breaks its office padlocked by police

The Peace Corps of Nigeria, on Thursday, opened its office sealed off by the police after it broke the padlock put on the entrance to its headquarters office in Abuja. The Nigerian Police Force, had, on February 28 this year, sealed off the headquarters of the Peace Corps after it was accused of carrying out