For returning unentitled money paid into her account, public servant is punished!

Contrary to the expectations of many Nigerians that Mrs Husseina Mohammed, a civil servant in kogi state attached to the Teaching Service Commission will be compensated for her honesty in returning the sum of ... ...


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Woman hires her 17 Year Old daughter’s boyfriend to Kill Husband over Insurance Money (PHOTOS)

A newlywed Nigerian woman, 45 year old Uloma Curry-Walker, who was accused of soliciting her firefighter husband’s murder in order to collect $100,000 in insurance money has been convicted of aggravated murder. As God will have it, she wasted her husband’s life for nothing because his ex-wife was still the beneficiary of his Insurance policy.

Acting President Osinbajo replies NASS

The Acting President, Chairing the Federal Executive Council (FEC)in Abuja has replied the Senate which has indicated that it will, henceforth, not attend to anything from the executive unless the EFCC, Mr Magu is removed from office. Below is the statement credited to the Acting President's office:  

As Governor Tanko Almakura fails to pay workers entitlements, he again lies about abuse of traditional rulers by his critiques.

MegaNews can report that after returning from pilgrimage, Governor Tanko Almakura of Nasarawa State has not settled the entitlements of workers in the State. Instead, he adduces an argument that, workers are only 1% of the population.  

Dr Doyin Okupe, former spokesman for President Jonathan Goodluck bids goodbye to the PDP....

Former spokesman for former President Jonathan Goodluck, Doyin Okupe, has resigned from the PDP and party politics for now. Enumerating what appears to be reasons for his seeming frustration with the ongoing polity in the country, he emphasized ...  


PDP Governors Lay Trap For Jonathan

The Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) outgoing governors have instigated a secret plot to checkmate President Goodluck Jonathan. READ MORE:


The governors allegedly plan to challenge Jonathan’s grip on the party after the handover on May 29.

They said the president should either allow internal democracy or else they may split the PDP by forming a new party.

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Apart from being the new chairman of the Board of Trustees (BOT) of the PDP, Jonathan has also taken over the National Working Committee (NWC) with his trusted ally, Prince Uche Secondus, as the acting national chairman.

According to a source who asked for anonymity, most outgoing governors and the remaining PDP governors are uncomfortable with the takeover of the party’s structure by Jonathan.

“We are all waiting for May 29 when the President would have handed over to the President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari, to talk about the future of the PDP.

“When the President does not have executive powers to direct the party anyhow, we will all be on the same page and tell ourselves the home truth.

“So, the governors are also laying ambush for Jonathan to step down from power before striking and drawing a line on how to reshape the PDP. Their demand is simple: The PDP must be reformed through internal democracy.

“If there is no internal democracy, then the party may split as long as Jonathan sticks to the control of the structure of the party.

READ ALSO: How Much Mu’azu Pocketed From Nomination Form Sales – PDP

“Nobody has ever owned the PDP and none can own it. Where Jonathan is in total control, we will opt for the realignment of forces in the polity and a new national party will emerge. Then, Jonathan can then become the PDP’s undertaker.

One outgoing governor said: “On the reformation of the PDP, you should wait till after May 29.”

There have been suggestions that the governors are pushing for either Governor  Sule Lamido of Jigawa state or Governor Ibrahim Shema as the next national chairman of the party.

Meanwhile, indications emerged on Friday that the president had struck a deal with members of the National Working Committee (NWC) to force the ex-national chairman of the party, Alhaji Adamu Muazu, to resign.

A highly-placed party source said: “There was an understanding with the presidency that Muazu would go, but NWC members would remain for strategic reasons. Having fulfilled our own part of the bargain, the President is also keeping to it.

“This was the context in which Secondus spoke at the Presidential Villa on Thursday when he said NWC members would not resign. It is part of politics; there is nothing we can do.

READ ALSO: PDP Governors Want Akpabio Out 

“The alternative is for all the NWC members to go in one swoop which will create a big vacuum in the party.”

Meanwhile, PDP governors had called on Governor Godswill Akpabio to resign from the post of chairman of the party’s governors’ forum.

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Squander Of $67 Billion: Nigerian Christian Leaders Are Engaging In Sinful Silence –Pastor Tunde Bakare

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INEC suspends plan to create 30,000 new ​P​olling ​U​nits

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