The Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshall Ademola Amosu has said that the Air Force authority has credible information as to where the Alpha Jet which crashed while on a mission in More »
All is set for this year’s edition of Port Harcourt International Fashion Week themed Native & Vogue, which holds from September 19 to 21. Speaking on the state’s preparedness for the event, More »
Nigeria’s Economic and Financial Crimes Commission is on the trail of a group of computer hackers, who have stolen N6.28billion, about $40million, from a new generation Nigerian bank.
Senator Bode Ola, a former Alliance for Democracy (AD) senator, who represented Ekiti Central Senatorial district in the 6th National Assembly, recently defected to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). In an interview with journalists in Lagos, he speaks on insurgency, the recent Ekiti election, among others. Excerpts:
The security situation in the country is worrisome. What do you think is the way forward?
I think we must commend our security agencies for their efforts so far, even though, their best appears not to be enough given the prevailing circumstances. We must understand the fact that terrorism is a new challenge for us as a nation, not only the security forces. However, we must not forget the obvious reality that the current crisis emanated from past leadership failure. We have failed as a nation to create equal opportunities for our people; lack of equal access in any society is a prerequisite for crisis.
The Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshall Ademola Amosu has said that the Air Force authority has credible information as to where the Alpha Jet which crashed while on a mission in the north eastern part of the country may be.
A Chief Magistrates’ Court sitting in Akure on Monday ordered a 23-year-old lady, Ajowele Busayo, to be remanded at the Olokuta prison for allegedly setting her lover, Anthony David, ablaze.
The Prosecutor, ASP Ayodele Atandeyi, told the court that the accused committed the offence on July 14 at about 9.00 a.m. at Liberty Street, Basiri Area of Akure.
All is set for this year’s edition of Port Harcourt International Fashion Week themed Native & Vogue, which holds from September 19 to 21.
Speaking on the state’s preparedness for the event, the Rivers State Commissioner for Information and Communications, Ibim Semenitari, stated that the government is powering the project in partnership with the private sector because of its commitment to restoring the state to its place of glory and make it a destination of choice for business, tourism, fashion and entertainment.