Monday, November 29, 2021


Buhari suspends inauguration of new NNPC board indefinitely

The federal government had fixed Wednesday, November 24, as the inauguration date.

FULL LIST: CJN swears in 22 new FCT judges

The judges were nominated by the National Judicial Council (NJC) in April 2020.

EFCC quizzes Fani-Kayode over forged medical reports, releases him on bail

He is alleged to have forged medical reports he used in securing court adjournments although his spokesperson denied the allegation and rather blamed an unnamed medical practitioner for the irregularities found therein.

FG insists no massacre at Lekki tollgate despite contradiction by #EndSARS panel report

The government propagandist, Lai Mohammed, has repeatedly claimed no one was killed at the protest scene, code-naming the incident 'massacre without bodies.'

APC gives reason for shifting convention to February 2022

The decision was arrived at after President Muhammadu Buhari met with the delegation of state governors elected on the platform of the party and the caretaker committee on Monday in Abuja.

WAEC increases exam fees to N18,000, gives reason

The WAEC boss noted that a part of the new fees would go into remunerations enhancement for the various examination functionaries with effect from 2022 as approved by the council’s Governing Board.

Fani-Kayode to visit EFCC Wednesday over ‘fake’ medical reports used to secure court adjournments

According to records, the former minister had written to the court seeking adjournment on February 1, 2018; May 20, 2019; November 24, 2020; March 21, 2021, and October 9, 2021.

Femi Adesina blames Nigerians over inclusion of Nigeria on religious violators’ list

The decision kicked against by rights and religious groups in the country has been applauded by the presidency, including Mr Adesina who described it as a very good development.

Finally, WAEC releases 2021 SSCE results

He said a total of 1,573,849 candidates registered for the WASSCE across 19,425 approved secondary schools in the country while 1,560,261 actually sat for the exam.
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