The Nigeria Police Force on Monday barricaded the International Conference Centre, Abuja, venue of the scheduled Stakeholders meeting of the entire organs of the Peoples Democratic Party.
PerSecondNews -- Erstwhile Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, Mr. Andrew Yakubu, has asked a Federal High Court sitting in Kano to order the Federal Government to return to him over N3 billion that was found in his home in Kaduna last week during a raid by the EFCC.
Anti-Trump activists in the U.S are set to organize “Not My Presidents Day” rallies in cities around the country.
An Appeal Court sitting in Port Harcourt Friday has declared Senator Ali Modu Sheriff the Acting Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party.
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Nigerians make up the largest African diaspora population in the U.S. at 327,000, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center.
Rights groups in Abuja and Kaduna have condemned the continued detention of former Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) GMD, Andrew Yakubu in a series of statements released Thursday after the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) took him into custody on February 8.
Human rights lawyer Femi Falana said Nigerians should seize on the president's medical leave to demand adequate funding for public hospitals he described as ``mortuaries for the masses.''
The Kaduna Power Holding Company has cut power supply to the Zamfara State Government House in Gusau over failure to pay a N400m debt.
``A man of destiny is going to take over in another dimension."
The board of Corona Schools Trust has announced the appointment of Mrs. Adeyoyin Adesina as its new Chief Executive Officer, Per Second News exclusively gathered over the week-end
The Maikanti Baru led Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has reportedly launched an extensive operation to investigate massive alleged fraud over improper allocations of Naphtha and Fuel Oil running into billions of dollars.
Washington, Stella Igwe-Adesoga------It was Michelle Obama during her crusade to elect Hillary Clinton that said “when they go low, we go high” but the Nigerian Flag at the country's embassy in Washington decided to ditch Michelle’s credo and dive to new lows in expressing its own anger at recent happenings in Nigeria.
There was a time when it took doing the extraordinary to make the Nigerian public angry.
By Godday Odidi----The Federal House of Representatives member, representing Ajeromi-Ifelodun constituency, Hon.Barr Rita Orji, recently saved an innocent man from untimely death.
Victoria Ayuwei, ---Weeks after Per Second News revealed that Acting Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Federal Mortgage Bank, FMBN, Mr. Richard Esin, was accused of taking bribes and kickbacks for giving lucrative contracts to vendors. Auditors from the mortgage bank have also uncovered the loss of N423 million from the half-year income validation report which was initially recorded as profit by the finance and account group.
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