Sambisa Memorial Day: Gov. Shettima declares December 22 public holiday in Borno

Sambisa Memorial Day: Gov. Shettima declares December 22 public holiday in Borno

Beginning from 2017, December 22 of every year is to be marked as Sambisa Memorial Day which will be public holiday in Borno State for the purpose of remembering victims of Boko Haram insurgents, the victory recorded by the Nigerian Military, and the remembrance of fallen soldiers and volunteers who sacrificed their lives fighting Boko Haram since 2009 in different parts of Borno State. (more…)

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Your government has failed to deliver on mundane matters of governance- El Rufai tells Buhari in explosive memo

Your government has failed to deliver on mundane matters of governance- El Rufai tells Buhari in explosive memo

Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna state in September last year, sent a 30-page explosive memo to President Buhari. In the Memo which was recently leaked to Sahara Reporters and shared online, El-Rufai bluntly told President Buhari that his government has failed in delivering the mundane things any government is expected to deliver to its electorates. He said aside winning the battle against Boko Haram and corruption, this administration has not…

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Army confirms 5 soldiers dead, 3 missing following attack in Magumeri

Army confirms 5 soldiers dead, 3 missing following attack in Magumeri

The Nigeria Army says five of its officers have been killed while three others have been declared missing in the Boko Haram attack in Magumeri, a town in Borno state on Wednesday evening. A statement released by Brig. Gen. Sani Usman, the army spokesman did not however disclose the names of the officers affected. Boko Haram members ambushed the soldiers who were returning from a shooting range competition in Munguno….

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WAEC To Release Results 60 Days After Exams

WAEC To Release Results 60 Days After Exams

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has announced that the results of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), will now be released 60 days after the exams. The Head of National Office, WAEC in Nigeria, Olu Adenipekun, stated this during the Council’s 65th anniversary celebration, which began on Thursday in Lagos. He said the waiting days will now be 60 days as against the usual 90 days. “All…

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