Wednesday, January 19, 2022


Ex-senator Effiong regains freedom after over 50 days with abductors

The lawyer said his elder brother regained freedom Friday night around 9pm.

Bomb explosion rocks Calabar, Army claims responsibility

The explosion which went off in the afternoon was said to have shattered roofs and some buildings around the Eburutu Army Barracks, Calabar Municipality.

Obaseki runs to Buhari for money to establish ranching after condemning anti-open grazing laws

Mr Obaseki also commended the Senate for joining their House of Representatives counterparts in approving the transmission of election results electronically.

Stop playing politics with open grazing, Obaseki warns Southern governors

Already, Lagos, Akwa Ibom, Ondo, Enugu, Delta states are among eleven states that have so far compiled.

PDP voids suspension of national vice chairman Dan Orbih

The NWC urged all members in Edo to remain united and focused, stating that Nigerians were looking up to the party for direction ahead of the 2023 general elections.

South-South stakeholders demand 50% oil derivation

Present at the event are state governors, local government chairmen, civil society groups among other stakeholders from the six states that make up the oil-rich region.

VAT Collection: South-South govs to join suit against FIRS

Over the past weeks, the FIRS and some state governments have been in a legal tussle over VAT collection.

Okowa signs anti-open grazing bill in Delta

He said the law is aimed at improving security of lives and property as well as ensuring food security across the state.

Delta joins growing list of state assemblies to pass anti-open grazing bill

He said with the passage of the bill, well-meaning persons who seek to carry on the business of breeding, rearing and marketing of livestock should do so within the boundaries of the law.
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