• EU Vows To Assist Nigeria Fulfill Universal Human Rights Obligations

    EU Vows To Assist Nigeria Fulfill Universal Human Rights Obligations0

    The European Union (EU) has vowed to assist  Nigeria through provision of basic services, to fulfill universal human rights obligations. Amb. Ketil Karlsen, Head of EU delegation to Nigeria, made the pledge at the EU-Nigeria Human Rights Dialogue  organised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Abuja. Karlsen, who addressed newsmen on the outcome of

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  • Public hearing on sexual harassment bill to hold Feb 17

    Public hearing on sexual harassment bill to hold Feb 170

    The Senate has explained reasons it has not invited relevant stakeholders to deliberate on the social media bill, which has passed second reading on the floor of the red chamber. The Chairman, Senate Committee on Judiciary, Human Rights and Legal Matters, Senator Opeyemi Bamidele, in an interview with our correspondent, in Abuja, on Monday, said

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  • Gunmen raid Plateau community again, kills three

    Gunmen raid Plateau community again, kills three0

    Gunmen on Sunday attacked Pyana village in the Riyom Local Government Area of Plateau State, killing three people. Our correspondent learnt that the gangsters, who shot indiscriminately, also burnt farms belonging to some of the villagers. Riyom’s representative in the state House of Assembly, Mr Timothy Dantong, who confirmed the attack, told our correspondent in

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  • Plateau South senator, Longjan is dead

    Plateau South senator, Longjan is dead0

    The Senator representing Plateau South Senatorial District,  Ignatius Longjan, is dead. One of his colleagues in the Senate confirmed his demise to our correspondent on condition of anonymity on Monday Morning. The senator said. “Yes,  the man is dead but it is either his family, the Plateau State Government or the President of the Senate

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  • Oil prices jump after reports on coronavirus drug

    Oil prices jump after reports on coronavirus drug0

    Oil prices jumped by four per cent on Wednesday on media reports that scientists had developed a drug against the fast-spreading coronavirus, an outbreak that continues to weigh heavily on global economic activity and oil demand. The World Health Organisation played down the media reports, saying there were “no known effective therapeutics” against the virus.

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  • John Obi Mikel Breaks Down In Tears During Interview After Receiving Thousands Of Abusive Messages

    John Obi Mikel Breaks Down In Tears During Interview After Receiving Thousands Of Abusive Messages0

    Trabzonspor midfielder John Obi Mikel broke down in tears while speaking about the abuse he and his family received on social media. In an emotional interview after the club’s 2-1 win against Fenerbache, the former Chelsea midfielder opened up about the situation. He identified racism in the messages, and stated his girlfriend Olga Diyachenka and

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