Ekiti Guber: APC Group Calls For Fayemi’s Disqualification

ADO-EKITI – Concerned APC Members, a group within the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti State, has called on the party’s top hierarchy to disqualify former Governor Kayode Fayemi from his governorship bid over his alleged indictment by the state government and his refusal to resign as a minister. The group maintained that the party stood…

Rivers: Don Cautions Against Consequences Of Black Soot

P/Harcourt – In view of the state-wide protest by the Civil Liberty Organization (CLO) last week against the Federal Government’s lackadaisical attitude towards the ravaging black soot in Rivers State, a don, Dr. Chime Onumbu, has urged the authorities to device a different method in the destruction of the equipment used in bunkering. The Deputy Provost…

Diaspora Nigerians send $22b home

NAN Diaspora Nigerians wired $22 billion home in 2017, an African record and the fifth largest remittance by immigrants, according to the World Bank. Egypt received $20 billion from its  citizens abroad, according to figures published by the bank today. The World Bank said payments  from immigrants back to their home countries rebounded to reach…

Lagos honours Gani Fawehinmi, unveils 44-feet statue in Ojota

Governor Akinwunmi Ambode, of Lagos State, on Sunday, unveiled a new statue of the late legal luminary, Chief Gani Fawehinmi at the ‘Liberty Park’, in Ojota, saying that the 44-feet edifice symbolises the phenomenon that the rights activist represented in his life time. The unveiling of the statue, in commemoration of the 80th posthumous birthday…