Nigeria News

Zamfara🚷 Govt Suspends 4⃣ Traditional Rulers

Zamfara State Government has suspended four traditional rulers over their alleged involvement with bandits terrorising the state.

Their suspension was announced on Monday in Gusau by the state Commissioner of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Alhaji Bello Dankande, at a press conference.

He said those suspended were the district heads …

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British Museum🏛 to Return Benin Bronzes💫 to Nigeria

More than a century after British soldiers looted a collection of priceless artifacts from the Kingdom of Benin, some of the Benin bronzes are heading back to Nigeria - with strings attached.

A deal was struck last month by the Benin Dialogue Group (BDG) that would see "some of the most …

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Zimbabwe 'to Shut🚷 Down Foreign Embassies' in 💰Bid to Cut Costs

Zimbabwe's new finance minister Mthuli Ncube has reportedly announced that the government is planning to reduce the number of the country's foreign missions from the current 46.

According to New, during his budget speech last week, Ncube said that the government this year alone ran a $15 million …

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Wike Speaks🗣 on Collapsed ⏬Building, Declares Contractors⛓ Wanted

Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike has ordered the arrest of the contractors of a seven-storey building under construction in Port Harcourt, the state capital, which collapsed on Friday.

DAILY POST reports that about thirty-six people have so far been rescued from the rubble of the collapsed 7-storey building in …

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👮Police Speaks🔊 on ‘Terrorist Attack’ on 🛩Lagos Airport

The Lagos State police command has denied any terrorist attack on the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) Ikeja, stressing that some security officers were carrying out simulation in an old video.

The command’s spokesman, CSP Chike Oti issued the rebuttal on Sunday.

“The attention of the Commissioner of Police …

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Buhari Cancels❌ Trip to Edo

President Muhammadu Buhari’s visit to Edo on Tuesday may have been cancelled, a NAN report said Monday morning.

He was billed to declare open the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Annual Conference, initially scheduled to hold in Benin City.

The cancellation might not be unconnected with the killing of …

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