Border Closure: Tinubu Blocks Buhari, Says “You Can No Longer Escape To Niger

President Bola Tinubu says ex-President Muhammadu Buhari can no longer relocate to Niger Republic as he had promised. Tinubu said this Tuesday in Abuja, during the unveiling of two books titled ‘Working with Buhari (2015 – 2023)’ and ‘Muhammadu Buhari: The Nigerian Legacy

Abia Not Going Back On Partnership For Foreign Investment, Weigh In On Indonesia Collaboration

Governor, Dr. Alex Otti, OFR, of Abia State says Abia is open and serious-minded about partnering willing countries and organisations that can assist in the economic development of the State. In a press release issued by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor,

Gov Otti Launches 2024 Armed Forces Remembrance Day Emblem

The Governor of Abia State, Dr. Alex Otti , OFR, with Armed Forces, Nigerian Legion among other government functionaries. Those on the invite of the Governor were mentioned in a statement signed by the Secretary to the State Government, Kenneth Kalu. See the

We Are Focused On Delivering Good Governance To Our People, Gov Otti Declares

Abia State Governor, Dr. Alex Otti, OFR, says his government is focused on delivering good governance to the people of the State. In a press release issued by Kazie Uko, Chief Press Secretary, Governor Otti spoke on Monday when he met with a

UK New Visa Policy: All You Need To Know

UK Home Secretary, James Cleverly, has unveiled a set of new rules aimed at curbing migration, BBC reports. The UK is set to raise the minimum salary requirement for obtaining a skilled worker visa. Currently set at £26,000, the new threshold will be

Reactions, Anger Over Tinubu’s 1,411 Delegates To COP28 Summit

The Federal Government has come under fire over the huge number of Nigeria’s delegation to the ongoing COP28 Climate Change Summit in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). Nigeria was reported to have sent 1,411 delegates, the third highest at the summit. Nigerians yesterday

EU Spends €88 Million To Support Nigeria’s Anti-Corruption Efforts, Commits Another €30 Million For The Next Five Years

•Says 35 states commit to VAPP Act The European Union has said it had spent a total of 88 million euros to support Nigeria’s anti-corruption efforts since 2005, even as it announced another 30 million euros to improve Rule of Law, tackle corruption,

Israel, Hamas Agree On Truce To Free Hostages In Swap, Raising Hopes Of Halting War In Gaza

BY JOSEF FEDERMAN, TIA GOLDENBERG AND SAMY MAGDY, AP JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel and Hamas agreed to a four-day cease-fire in the war in Gaza — a breakthrough that will facilitate the release of dozens of hostages held by militants as well as Palestinians imprisoned by Israel, and bring

Palestinian Authority Foreign Minister Parries Question When Asked About Future Governance Of Gaza

Riyad al-Maliki, the foreign minister of the Palestinian Authority (PA), was also asked by the BBC about whether the PA could govern the Gaza Strip after the Israel-Hamas war. In a recent Washington Post article, US President Joe Biden argued that the PA should

U.S., China Resume Military-To-Military Communication – Biden

The U.S. and China will resume military-to-military communication after a long period of radio silence, according to U.S. President Joe Biden. Mr Biden disclosed this to reporters after a long-awaited face-to-face meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping. The meeting was held on the