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An Indonesian court has ordered President Joko Widodo and other senior government officials to improve the hazardous air quality of the capital Jakarta after finding them guilty of environmental negligence in a civil Lawsuit. The citizen lawsuit was filed in 2019 against the President, the Minister of Health, Environment, and Home Affairs, as well as […]

The Senator representing Borno South Senator Alo Ndume on Thursday expressed worry over the rate at which President Buhari’s Government is increasing the nation’s debt burden, particularly when there is little or nothing to show for the loans. Senator Ndume also faulted the Senate for rushing to approve these loan requests, noting that some loan […]

The Port Harcourt Mega Event Programme sponsored by SMACHIN GLOBAL holds on Saturday at the Atrium Event Centre, Stadium Road, Port Harcourt at ten O’clock in the morning. According to the organizers, the Programme will feature Awards, Raffle Draws and recognition, while the Founders Charlie Chin, Partner/Chief Executive Officer, David Xi and the General Manager […]

Today is International Day of Democracy, a day set aside by the United Nations through a consensus resolution in November 8, 2007. Therefore, September 15 every year is being celebrated as International Day of Democracy, it was first celebrated in 2008. Our Reporter Nnenda Miller in an interview with a Retired Civil Servant, Tonye Janewari, […]

A Port Harcourt based Social Club Team 45 Nigeria with the objective of promoting unity, friendship and love among members and advancement of humanity has elected a new Governing Council to run its Affairs for the next two years. Those elected are Chief Temple Amadi- Team President, Chief Lucky Chinedu Echem – Vice President, Dr […]

President Mohammadu Buhari has written the Senate, seeking for the approval of fresh borrowing of over Four-point-zero-five-four Billion Dollars and Seven Hundred and Ten Million Euros in an addendum to the 2018-2020 borrowing plan. This is contained in a letter addressed to both chambers of the National Assembly and read on the floor at the […]

President Vladimir Putin will self-isolate after Coronavirus cases were detected in his inner circle as Russia struggles with high covid infection rates. Putin was due to travel to Tajikistan’s Capital, Dushanbe for a regional summit later this week but in a call with President Emomali Pakhmon said he would not be able to attend in […]

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has said its members would embark on strike anytime from now, as the Federal Government is reneging on its promise to implement the Memorandum of Action, MOA, the two parties signed last December. Briefing Newsmen in Lagos the Lagos Zonal Coordinator, Dr Adelaja Odukoya also accused the government […]

No fewer than twelve people have been killed following an attack by gunmen on Peigyim Village near Kibori at Atyap Chiefdom in Zangon Kataf Local Government Area of Kaduna State. Kaduna State Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan who confirmed the attack in a statement explained that the gunmen invaded the community […]

More than eighty people have been killed by flooding in Sudan since the beginning of the rainy season in July. Spokesman for Sudan’s National Council for Civil Defence said that eighty-four people had died and sixty-seven injured. The torrential rains have affected at least fourteen of the eighteen Provinces with over thirty thousand houses destroyed […]

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