Dbanj in another controversy [VIDEO]

Popular Singer, Dbanj has again come under another attack for performing at an event in Abuja amid the coronavirus pandemic. The event in the viral video took place on Saturday in Abuja despite social distancing rules in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, to contain the spread of coronavirus. Some ladies were seen clustering around the…

BREAKING: Kogi Chief Judge, Ajanah dies at Abuja COVID-19 isolation centre

Justice Nasiru Ajanah, the Chief Judge of Kogi State, is dead. Ajanah, 64, passed away Sunday morning. He died at the COVID-19 Isolation Centre in Gwagwalada, Abuja. Ajanah had been battling a health challenge. It was gathered that coronavirus complications worsened his condition. BREAKING: Kogi Chief Judge, Ajanah dies at Abuja COVID-19 isolation centre Go…

Ajimobi: Akala hints on APC plan

Former Oyo Governor, Adebayo Alao-Akala, has said that the All Progressives Congress (APC) will work towards unity and electoral victories in honour of late ex-Governor, Abiola Ajimobi. Akala in a condolence message said he and his wife were deeply saddened. The politician noted that he was comforted in the fact that Ajimobi left behind “enduring…

US intel on Russia: White House reacts as Biden blasts Trump, threatens Putin

The White House has denied that President Donald Trump was briefed on United States security ‘intelligence on Russia’. The New York Times had reported the Russia’s military offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants to kill the U.S troops in Afghanistan. On Saturday, Press Secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, absolved the Trump presidency. “Neither the president nor the vice…

AU, Afrochampions set to launch Boma of Africa, a festival of African integration 

The African Union (AU) and Afrochampions, the pan-African business leadership network focused on regional integration and economic emancipation, are set to July 1st, launch the inaugural Boma of Africa, a virtual month-long festival meant to be a broader celebration of Africa Integration Day: July 7th.     It would be recalled that July 7th was…

COVID-19: CHRICED report on Almajiri repatriation recommends reform of Almajiri system

The Resource Centre for Human Rights and Civic Education (CHRICED) report on the recent repatriation of Almajiri children by various governments of northern states, against the backdrop of the outbreak of COVID-19, makes far-reaching recommendations on reforming the Almajiri system   Repatriated Almajiris at the Karaye Quarantine Centre, Kano State Photo: HumAngle   Governors abuse…

AU’s Day of the African Child 2020 couch talk spotlights child development, education

In commemoration of the Day of the African Child 2020 and the 30th anniversary of the African Children’s Charter, the African Union hosted a virtual couch talk where high-level policymakers discussed a wide-range of issues fundamental to the welfare of the African child – early childhood development, education as well as safety