COVID-19 Fight: NSE Donates N100m, Launches Mask for All Nigerians

By Our Reporter Abuja – In line with its tradition of supporting the communities where it operates, Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has committed N100 million to support the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria. This is also at it has launched a “Masks for All Nigerians” campaign to ensure that protective masks get into the hands of citizens in the more vulnerable places. A breakdown indicated that a total of N60 million would be …

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Tinubu Congratulates Pa Fasoranti As He Turns 94

…Prays God For More Robust Health to Continue to Serve as Moral Compass By Our Reporter Abuja –  The All Progressives Congress National Leader Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu has hailed the Afenifere leader, Fasoranti as he turns 94. The former governor of Lagos state prayed God to grant Fasranti  more wisdom and robust health to continue to serve as a moral compass and guardian to the political class. Tinubu who eulogized the elderstatesman said he, …

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Infectious Diseases Bill: House of Reps Doesn’t Legislate for States

…says former Speaker misguided NGF By Chris Udochukwu Abuja – It has come to the attention of the House of Representatives that the Nigeria Governors’ Forum (NGF) has, through a communiqué at the end of its virtual meeting held on Wednesday, May 13, 2020, asked the House to step down the Control of Infectious Diseases Bill, 2020, which public hearing is already scheduled. In the communiqué, the NGF noted that “Following an update from the …

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Ayoola, Oyo Commissioner for Environment Is Dead

By Our Reporter Ibadan – Mr Kehinde Ayoola, Oyo Commissioner for Environment and Natural Resources is dead. Ayoola, a former Speaker of Oyo House of Assembly, was said to have been sick for an undisclosed ailment for about two weeks before his death. He died at a private hospital around Iyaganku, Ibadan where he was receiving treatment. The Oyo-born politician represented Oyo East state constituency between 1999 and 2003. The cause of the death could …

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Burundi: 4 WHO Officials Declared Persona Non Grata Ahead of Presidential Elections

By Ogechi Okorie Bujumbura – Country representative of the World Health Organisation (WHO) in Burundi and three other officials have been declared “persona non grata” and ordered to leave the East African country before April 15, the Foreign Affairs Ministry said. The Foreign Affairs Minister, Ezechiel Nibigira disclosed this in a statement dated May 12, 2020. Nibigira declined to comment on the reason for the expulsion. “We are in communication with the government of Burundi …

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Omo-Agege Congratulates Gambari on His Appointment as Chief of Staff

By Chris Udochukwu Abuja – (Precise Post) – Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege has congratulated Professor Ibrahim Gambari (CFR) on his appointment as Chief of Staff to President Muhammadu Buhari. In his congratulatory message contained in a statement sign by Special Adviser, Media and Publicity, Yomi Odunuga, Senator Omo-Agege expressed optimism that Professor Gambari’s intellectual achievements and decades of international experience will have positive impact on the progressive objectives of the Buhari …

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Busted! Tribe Where Men Share Their Wives With Other Men in The Village

It is common knowledge that among the Maasai, men of Kenya of the same age group were free to share the hospitality of each other’s wives. Polyandry, which is the practice of a woman taking two or more husbands at the same time, existed for many years, across all continents. The word hospitality here is used in its widest and most generous form, leaving nothing out that should be in. When a female Maasai marries …

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COVID-19: 64% Population Survey Says They Would Carry on Breaking the Rules and Having Sex as Long as a Full Lockdown Lasts

Abuja – A survey carried out showed that 64% of population said they would carry on breaking the rules and having sex as long as a full lockdown lasts. People under the age of 30 broke the lockdown rules with 38% admitting they had breached the rules by having sex while 48% of people questioned said they felt guilty about breaking the restrictions. Surprisingly another two-thirds (64%) said they would carry on breaking the rules …

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Gambari Has Come to Help Establish, Entrench Buhari’s Islamisation and Fulanisation Agenda – Fani -Kayode Reacts

By Chidubem Joseph Former Aviation Minister, Chief Femi-Fani Kayode has reacted to the appointment of Professor Ibrahim Gambari as Chief of Staff, saying he has come to help establish and entrench Buhari’s Islamisation and Fulanisation agenda. He further said that the Gambaris are trusted servants and bonded slaves of the Sokoto Caliphate. Adding that, that is why the saying goes “beware of the Gambaris and the descendants of Alimi”. “Wlith the appointment of Gambari as …

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Executive Order Violation: Wike Converts Demolished Hotel Site to School

…As Member of Taskforce on COVID-19 Attacked by Hoodlums Dies By Chris Udochukwu Port Harcourt: Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike has approved the conversion of the demolished hotel site in the state to a primary school to serve the people of the state adding that the opposition hijacked the demolition incident. This is coming as the Rivers State Government today announced the death of a member of its Taskforce on COVID-19 attacked by hoodlums at …

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Enter the President’s New Chief of Staff

By Femi Fani-Kayode Two hundred years ago the Aare Kakanfo of the ancient Oyo Empire and the self-proclaimed Oba of Ilorin, Aare Afonja, rebelled against the Alaafin of Oyo and entered into a military alliance with a Fulani advisor, sorcerer and mercenary by the name of Alimi.  Predictably Alimi betrayed him and he ended up being tortured, dethroned and murdered. Not only did Alimi and his Fulani warriors kill him but they also murdered all …

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