BREAKING: Identity of child Ekweremadu, wife took to UK for alleged organ harvesting revealed

The identity of the child the former Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu and his wife, Beatrice, took the United Kingdom for allegedly organ harvesting plan has been revealed.   Recall, Intel Region had earlier reported that the United Kingdom Metropolitan Police have arrested former deputy senate president, Ike Ekweremadu, his wife, Beatrice, for planning to harvest an organ of a child.   They were subsequently said to have been charged to court following an investigation by the police’ specialist crime team.   The child’s identity whose name and photo wasn’t…

FCT Police arrest one in connection with murder of yet-to-be-identified Middle-aged Lady ….. As CP reassures residents of Command’s unalloyed commitment to fighting crime, criminality

The Federal Capital Territory(FCT) Police Command has arrested a suspect in connection with the gruesome murder and dismembering of a yet-to-be-identified suspected middle-aged lady.   Recall that on the 20th June 2022, following the receipt of information at the Kubwa divisional police headquarters about sighting the dismembered body around PW Bridge Kubwa, Police Crime scene investigators (CSI) were drafted to the scene for necessary actions while the bag-packed body part was removed by the environmental health workers as demanded by standards best practices.   Following intelligence gathering and painstaking effort…

Baiwa, former APC National Woman Leader fits for Political Appointment,says Yusuf .

A Public commentator and Analyst, Mallam Abubakar Yusuf has appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari to consider former National Woman Leader, All Progressive Congress APC , Hajiya Salamatu Baiwa Umar- Eluma for appointment and placement considering her contributions to the political emancipation of women since the inception of the present administration.   Yusuf stated that the call became necessary having served the country and the party diligently in that capacity before the dissolution of the party’s National Working Committee NWC under Comrade Adams Oshiomole.   The analyst maintained that the former…

Collaboration is success path to 5G deployment in Nigeria – Danbatta

The Executive Vice Chairman (EVC) of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta has said Industry collaboration was very essential to successful deployment of 5G Services in Nigeria.   NCC EVC who was in Lagos earlier today, urged industry stakeholders to stand with the Commission to explore the prospects and potentials of the new technology, which is enormous.   Prof. Danbatta, who spoke at the 90th Edition of the Telecom Consumer Parliament (TCP) hosted by the Consumer Affairs Bureau of the Commission, said the policy framework for the…

AMACOG ’92 marks 30th graduation Anniversary, renovates MAPOLY TV studio

The Association of Mass Communication Graduates of the Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta, has concluded plans to mark its 30th graduation anniversary on Friday, July 1, in the school.   AMACOG 92, an association of 1992 graduates of the then Ogun State Polytechnic, Abeokuta, said the visit would allow the old students to support the Department of Mass Communication of their alma mater in key areas. A statement by the Chairman, AMACOG 92, Mr. Adekunle Adeshina, on Thursday, stated that the members planned to unveil a television studio which the old…

ZAMFARA SHOOTING: Affected  Prospective Corps Member not abandoned,says NYSC

The NYSC management has debunked  a news making rounds in the social media with the caption”ZAMFARA TROUPS FIRE AT COMMERCIAL VEHICLE”stating that the prospective corps member involved in the incident is abandoned.   While reacting to the media reports,the scheme in a release signed by Director, Press and Public Relations,Eddy Megwa said; “It is indeed a fact that one of our Prospective Corps Members Alh. Umar Abubakar was mistakingly shot by a security team that was combatting terrorist operating around Talata-Mafara close to Gusau. Umar Abubakar who schooled at College…

Niger Govt,Turkey to kick-start bilateral relationship, …..  As Gov Sani Bello meets Turkey Businessmen

Niger State government has said that the state will soon benefit from one of Governor Abubakar Sani Bello’s investment drives as the Governor held a business meeting with Turkey Businessmen to kick-start a bilateral relationship. The meeting held in Abuja, came after the Mayor of Sakarya Province, Turkey, Mr Ekrem Yuce led the Turkish Investors’ trip to the Garam Industrial Park, Tafa Local Government Area of Niger State. The bilateral relationship between Niger State government and the Turkish businessmen is majorly in the area of agro-allied businesses. Recall that Governor…

Defence Advisers pay working visit to N’djamena Chad.lauds Multi National Joint Task Force 

Defence Advisers from Seventeen (17) countries accredited to Nigeria have paid a working visit to the Headquarters Multi National Joint Task Force (MNJTF), Njamena Chad on Wednesday 23 June 2022 , they arrived Chad on board a Nigerian Airforce Aircraft. The Defence Advisers were from Uganda, Zambia, Gambia, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, China, Cote D’Ivoire, France, India, Morocco, Poland, Sierra Leone, South Korea, Ukraine, Denmark, and Algeria. The visit was basically to have an on the spot assessment of the operational activities of the MNJTF in the Lake Chad region.…

Senate passes Public Private Partnership Regulatory Commission Bill, one other 

The Senate has passed the Public Private Partnership Regulatory Commission Bill, 2022.   Also passed was the Chartered Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of Nigeria (Establishment) Bill, 2022.   The passage of both bills, on Wednesday, was sequel to the consideration of two separate reports by the Committees on Works; and Establishment and Public Service.   Senator Emmanuel Yisa Orker-Jev (PDP, Benue North-West), in a presentation delivered on behalf of the Chairman, Committee on Establishment and Public Service, Ibrahim Shekarau (Kano Central), who was absent during plenary, said the…

Senate President asks C’ttee to wade into crisis rocking Judiciary over corruption allegation

President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, has mandated the Committee on Judiciary, Human Rights and Legal Matters to, as a matter of urgency, wade into the crisis presently rocking the Judiciary.   Lawan gave the directive on Wednesday, moments before the chamber adjourned plenary.   He said, “We may recall that there were some issues coming out of the Judiciary.   “We must have interest in what is happening in that arm of government.   “I believe that we owe it to Nigerians, to look into what is happening in…