A training helicopter belonging to the Nigerian Air Force has crashed in the NAF Base in Enugu State after returning from a routine training exercise. Advertisements
Month: November 2019
At least 11 NFL teams will send representatives to a private workout arranged for Colin Kaepernick this weekend, the league confirmed Thursday.
The Euro 2020 line-up began to take shape on Thursday after big-hitters France and England qualified for next year’s finals alongside Turkey and the Czech Republic.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored his ninth international hat-trick as Portugal moved to the brink of qualifying for Euro 2020 with a 6-0 thrashing of Lithuania in Faro on Thursday.
The House of Representatives has approved Nigera Army’s “Operation Positive Identification” by the Nigerian Army, asking the military to go on with the exercise which had raised concern among Rights groups and lawyers.
An Abuja high court has dismissed the rape case against Biodun Fatoyinbo, senior pastor of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA), describing it as “purely sentimental abuse of judicial process.”
Two top US diplomats delivered gripping testimony Wednesday about Donald Trump’s efforts to get Ukraine to investigate his potential 2020 rival Joe Biden, as the impeachment inquiry into the president shifted into a new phase of high-stakes televised hearings.
African superstar Mohamed Salah will not play for Egypt against Kenya on Thursday in 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying because of a lingering ankle injury.
Simon Onu, a van driver with Bayelsa Radio, has been shot dead while several others sustained injuries at a political rally in Nembe Bayelsa state.
Nigeria’s Super Eagles on Wednesday defeated the Squirrels of Benin Republic 2-1 in the opening Group L match of the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier in Uyo, Akwa Ibom.
Wole Soyinka, Nobel Laureate, says the Department of State Services(DSS) has become increasingly fascistic.
Nigerian Govt Blasted Over Move To Muzzle Free Speech With “Draconian” Bill Prescribing Death Penalty
Nigeria government, headed by former military dictator, President Muhammadu Buhari, has been blasted for seeking to muzzle free speech with a “draconian” law that prescribes the death penalty for those who the government says spreads “hate speech’ in Social Media.