Dino Melaye granted bail as long as the National Assembly clerk stands as his surety

SENATOR DINO Melaye has been granted bail by a Federal Capital territory high court on the condition that he produces three sureties one of whom must be the clerk of the National Assembly who must undertake to produce him whenever he is asked to appear.



Interfaith Dialogue Forum for Peace chairman warns Boko Haram insurgency could spread

INTERFAITH Dialogue Forum for Peace (IDFP) co-chairman Bishop Sunday Onuoha has warned that the Boko Haram insurgency may spread to other states across the northeast during the course of 2019 if left unaddressed.



Universal Reformed Christian Church member accuses pastor of having affair with his wife

UNIVERSAL Reformed Christian Church popularly known as Nongu u Kristu UI Ser U sha Tar (NKST) clergyman Pastor Terlanga Unongu has been accused by one of his members of destroying his marriage by having an affair with his wife.


Tertsea Daagu, a NKST Church member, has accused Pastor Unongu, of causing confusion in his relationship with his wife Wandoo Daagu. Mr Daagu stated this during his defence in a divorce case brought against him by his wife before a Makurdi Upper Area Court.


Retired Kaduna civil servants launch campaign to get El-Rufai voted out over non-payment of entitlements

ABOUT 36,000 retired civil servants from the 23 local government in Kaduna State who were compulsorily retired by Governor Nasir El-Rufai have stepped up plans to get him kicked out of office when the March gubernatorial elections hold.



Opposition parties cut cake to mark departure of police boss Ibrahim Idris who they claim was partisan

NIGERIA'S opposition parties have celebrated the retirement of the inspector-general of police Ibrahim Idris by cutting a cake to mark his departure and they intend sending a piece of it to President Muhammadu Buhari.



Abuja high court gives police until January 18 to explain why Dino Melaye is still being detained

SENATOR Dino Melaye could be released from custody soon after an Abuja high court gave the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) up until January 18 to show cause as to why they are still detaining the lawmaker representing Kogi West Senatorial District.



Muslim Rights Concern asks critics to leave federal government prosecute Justice Onnoghen

ISLAMIC group Muslim Rights Concern (Muric) has lashed out at those criticising the federal government for seeking to try the chief justice of Nigeria Justice Walter Onnoghen over false asset declarations saying they should allow prosecutors do their jobs.



Dame Patience Jonathan shows five videos in court to prove she earned cash EFCC is after

FORMER first lady Dame Patience Jonathan has produced five videos to prove that she legitimately earned the $8.4m and N7.4bn ($20.2m) which the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is seeking to seize from her.



Rochas Okorocha asked to appear before APC disciplinary committee in Owerri today

GOVERNOR Rochas Okorocha of Imo State has been summoned to appear before the disciplinary committee of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to answer charges of anti-party activities relating to his son-in-law's gubernatorial ambitions.



Ojukwu's will finally published revealing that he had a love child with a Sierra Leonean woman

CHIEF Odumegwu Ojukwu's will has finally been published over seven years after his death revealing that he had a love child known as Tenny Haman who have fathered with a Sierra Leonean woman when he was the commander of the Fifth Battalion in Kano in the 1960s.




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