President Muhammadu Buhari might have disappointed Fulani herdsmen over the creation of cattle colonies across the country after saying he lacks the power to do such.
Buhari recently noted that his constitutional powers does not cover creation of cattle colonies or ranches outside Abuja, which serves as the Federal Capital Territory.
An Abuja-based civil society organisation, the Sanctity Transparency Peace Initiative (STPI), has warned the Inspector General of Police, Mr. Ibrahim Idris that nothing negative should happen to Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State.
The group also alleged complicity of men of the police force in the orgy of killings in Benue State.
Governor Fayose stated this, on Thursday, when he visited the Governor Samuel Ortom, in Benue, to commiserate with him and the people of the State over the New Year attacks.
The Ekiti State governor said a situation where a particular group who are
The Statistician-General of the State of Osun, Professor Wasiu Gbolagade has debunked the news that the state is owing teachers 28 months salary arrears.
Gbolagade in a media release obtained by Osun Defender, stated that the claim that the state was owing its teachers 28 months half salaries was inaccurate and totally at variance with the situation of things in the state.
The State Government of Osun has condemned the habit of some nomadic herdsmen whose cattle eat up crops on farms settlements in the state, warning them against such menace.
The government however implored the farmers concerned not to retaliate but to report to appropriate quarters according to a statement issued at the end of the Weekly State Executive Council meeting and signed by the Media Adviser to the Governor, Mr Sola Fasure.
Every year, Nigerian airlines spend billions of Naira to service aircraft in the fleets outside the country because we do not have functional Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) facilities. Governor Aregbesola has called for the establishment of MRO facilities over the years which have fallen on deaf ears, and the country has continued to lose hard currency because her airlines do so abroad. One of the major challenges confronting the aviation sector in Nigeria is the lack of facility to carry out maintenance checks on aircraft.
ABUJA—CATHOLIC Bishops of Nigeria, yesterday, in Abuja told President Muhammadu Buhari that the country appeared to be under siege which required proactive measure, as hunger, hopelessness and deprivation are now the order of the dayPresident Muhammadu Buhari in a handshake with Former Archbishop of Ibadan, Felix Alaba Job. Others are Catholic Archbishop of Jos, Dr. Ignatus Kaigama,