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Gaza truce talks resume – Reports

The talks on reaching a truce in the Gaza Strip resumed with the participation of all parties in the Egyptian capital city of Cairo, Al-Qahera Al-Ekhbariya broadcaster reported on Wednesday, citing a source. “Truce talks have resumed today in Cairo in the presence of all parties,” the source said. On Monday, Israel started a military

EFCC to arraign Sirika, daughter for ‘fraud'

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is to arraign former Aviation Minister, Hadi Sirika, before Justice Sylvanus Oriji of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Maitama, on Thursday. Sirika, a minister in the administration of former President Muhammadu Buhari, would be arraigned on a six -count amended charge. He will be

More burden for Nigerians as Tax Committee recommends VAT hike

The Presidential Committee on Fiscal Policy and Tax reforms has recommended an upward review of the Value Added Tax (VAT). Chairman of the committee, Taiwo Oyedele, also suggested that the VAT revenue-sharing formula would be reviewed. He spoke at a policy exposure and impact assessment session organised by the committee. Oyedele however allayed fears over

Court restrains PDP from removing Damagum as acting National Chair

A Federal High Court in Abuja has restrained the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) from removing Umar Damagun as the party's acting national chairman. Justice Peter Lifu on May 3 issued an ex parte restraining injunction against the party from nominating anybody to replace Damagum as acting national chairman of the PDP, pending the determination of

NCPWD, NAFOWA partner to advocate for disability rights

The National Commission for Persons with Disabilities (NCPWD) and the Nigeria Airforce Officers' Wives Association (NAFOWA) have collaborated to advance the rights and opportunities for individuals with disabilities in Nigeria. According to a statement on Tuesday by Saleh Faruq Gagarawa, Head, New Media, NCPWD, this was the subject of discussion in Abuja during a meeting

Parliamentary support group calls for essays on Nigerian governance system

The Parliamentary System Support Group (PSSG) has invited vibrant youths in Nigeria to engage in a scholarly examination of the country's governance system. A document released by its committee on the national essay competition said the initiative seeks to explore the potential shift from the current presidential to a home-grown parliamentary system, aiming to foster

Reps to probe Binance executive escape from custody

The House of Representatives has resolved to probe the circumstances that led to the escape of Mr Nadeem Anjarwalla, an executive of a cryptocurrency exchange company, Binance. This followed the adoption of a motion by Rep. Dominic Okafor (LP-Anambra) during plenary on Wednesday in Abuja. It would be recalled that the Federal Government had arrested

‘Invitation to anarchy', PDP rejects call for Fubara's removal

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said the call by the Leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to institute impeachment proceedings against Governor Siminalayi Fubara is an invitation to anarchy. Addressing a press conference at the party headquarters in Abuja, on Wednesday, Debo Ologunagba, National Publicity Secretary of the party, said the lawmakers by

Abuja School shuts For One Week over death of Four-Year-Old Pupil

The Brickhall School, Abuja, has decided to close for one week to mourn Miguel Ovoke, the four-year-old pupil who died “while feeding.” According to the statement by the management on Wednesday, Brickhall School regretted its failure to save Ovoke despite its efforts. Recall that the four-year-old was declared dead by Excel Specialist Hospital, Abuja, “on

People thought I dated Falz – Simi

Popular Nigerian singer, Simisola Bolatito Kosoko, fondly known as Simi, has opened up on her relationship with her colleague and rapper Folarin Falana aka Falz. In a recent interview with media personality Angela Yee, Simi explained that she and Falz have intense musical “chemistry.” According to the mother of one, before she got married most

Naira slumps further against dollar despite EFCC raid on speculators

The naira further depreciated against the US dollar despite the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission's clampdown on foreign currency speculators in the FX market. FMDQ data showed that the naira dipped to N1,421 per dollar on Wednesday from N1416.57 on Tuesday. The figure represents a N4.46 depreciation against the dollar on a day-to-day basis. Similarly,
Naira slumps further against dollar despite EFCC raid on speculators

EPL: I love – Tuchel hints at move to Man Utd

Bayern Munich manager Thomas Tuchel has hinted he could be heading to this summer. Tuchel was unable to hide his admiration for the when discussing his future ahead of their semi-final second leg at Real Madrid. The first leg of the tie ended 2-2 at the Allianz Arena. Tuchel,
EPL: I love England – Tuchel hints at move to Man Utd

UCL: Why referee Daniele Orsato cried after Dortmund eliminated PSG

Referee Daniele Orsato was caught on camera crying after blowing the final whistle in PSG's Champions League semi-final defeat to Borussia Dortmund. Mats Hummels' header in the second half sealed a 1-0 win on the night and a 2-0 aggregate victory for the side. Orsato, who became a referee in 2010, was called
UCL: Why referee Daniele Orsato cried after Dortmund eliminated PSG

EPL: Chelsea snubbed chance to sign me —Aguero

Former striker Sergio Aguero has claimed that Chelsea snubbed the chance to sign him. According to Aguero, in 2009, while he was still at Atletico, the Premier League club expressed an interest. However, the interest fizzled out and the Argentine moved to City two years later. Speaking to The Club YouTube channel, Aguero
EPL: Chelsea snubbed chance to sign me —Aguero

Insecurity: Nigerian military receives 20 new APCs

The Chief of Defence Staff, Gen. Christopher Musa, on Wednesday, took delivery of 20 sets of improved versions of armoured personnel carriers, APCs, to boost the ongoing fight against insecurity. A statement by the Acting Director of Defence Information, Brig.-Gen. Tukur Gusau, on Wednesday in Abuja said the delivery was done in a brief ceremony
Insecurity: Nigerian military receives 20 new APCs

EPL: Postecoglou gives green light for sale of 7 Tottenham players Full list

At least seven players could be sold this summer as manager Ange Postecoglou's rebuild continues, according to reports. Despite a very strong start to this season, Spurs' season has petered out with a run of only two wins in eight, all but ending their hopes of qualifying for the Champions League. Realistically, Postecoglou's
EPL: Postecoglou gives green light for sale of 7 Tottenham players Full list

Senate considers bill on unemployment benefit scheme

The Senate passed a bill seeking the establishment of a National Internship and Unemployment Benefit Scheme on Wednesday. The bill was considered and passed for a second reading after a presentation by its sponsor, Senator Shuaib Salisu (APC, Ogun Central), who explained that the piece of legislation, aims to offer unemployed graduates in Nigeria some
Senate considers bill on unemployment benefit scheme

Police arrest 8 over alleged theft of transformers, 12 tyres in Edo

Operatives of the Police Command have arrested eight suspects over the alleged theft of transformers, 12 tyres and a truck in Edo State. DAILY POST reports that the State Commissioner of Police, Funsho Adegboye, who paraded the suspects in Benin City on Wednesday, said they were arrested for armed robbery and malicious damage
Police arrest 8 over alleged theft of transformers, 12 tyres in Edo

Cybersecurity levy illogical -TUC

The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria, TUC, has threatened a shutdown of the economy over the plan to begin implementation of the 0.5 per cent cyber security levy on electronic transactions. The union's president, Festus Osifo, gave the warning in a statement on Wednesday. The body called on the Federal Government to order the Central
Cybersecurity levy illogical -TUC

Gateway International Airport To Become Hub For Aircraft Maintenance, Flight Training School

An aircraft maintenance repair facility and a flight training school for young pilots and auto engineers are set to commence operation at the Gateway International Agro Cargo and Passenger Airport soon. The facility, when fully operational, would ensure that aircraft would no longer travel outside Nigeria for routine maintenance, which will not be done at
Gateway International Airport To Become Hub For Aircraft Maintenance, Flight Training School

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