March 2024

1999 Constitution Created Emperors As Presidents, Govs – Dickson

Senator Seriake Dickson representing Bayelsa West in the National Assembly has said that insufficient mechanism for accountability by leaders must be addressed in the 1999 Constitution. According to Dickson, the 1999 Constitution created emperors as President and governors because the drafters of the document omitted accountability in terms of the use of power by public

Arsenal face Man City in Premier League summit meeting

Arsenal travel to Manchester City on Sunday seeking to complete a rare double over Pep Guardiola’s men in a match that could prove decisive in the three-way Premier League title race. Liverpool can move three points clear of current leaders Arsenal and four ahead of City if they beat Brighton at Anfield earlier in the

Let your prices reflect Naira’s improvement, CNG tells businesses

The Coalition of Northern Groups, CNG, has asked business owners to reflect the naira’s improvement against the dollar on the prices of the products they market. A statement by the National Coordinator, CNG, Comrade Jamilu Aliyu Charanchi, expressed support for genuine efforts to strengthen and stabilize the naira and bring back its value against the

Xiaomi: Chinese smartphone giant takes on Tesla

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has launched its first electric vehicle (EV) and started taking orders. At the event the technology giant’s chief executive Lei Jun said the standard SU7 model would be priced at 215,900 yuan ($29,872; £23,663) and the Max version would cost 299,900 yuan. The firm says it got over 50,000 orders within

Top UN court orders Israel to allow food and medical aid into Gaza

The UN’s top court has ordered Israel to enable the unhindered flow of aid into Gaza in order to avert a famine. In a unanimous decision, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) said Israel must act “without delay” to allow the “provision… of urgently needed basic services and humanitarian assistance”. This follows warnings that famine

BREAKING: DHQ declares eight wanted for killing soldiers in Delta

The Defence Headquarters has declared eight persons wanted over their roles in the recent killing of 17 military personnel in Delta State. The military released the list on Thursday at a briefing in Abuja. Those declared wanted are Prof. Ekpekpo Arthur, Andaowei Dennis Bakriri, Akevwru Daniel Omotegbo (a.k.a Amagben), Akata Malawa David, Sinclear Oliki, Clement

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