Sacking Service Chiefs’ll Threaten National Unity — Presidency

The Presidency on Tuesday said sacking service chiefs would create cracks in the country and threaten national unity. The Presidency added that there were processes that should be followed in the disengagement of heads of security agencies insisting that “at the right time, those processes will be followed.” The Secretary to the Government of the... Continue Reading →

Insecurity: CAN, NSCIA Clash, US Asks FG To Protect Nigerians

The United States has advised the Federal Government to do more in protecting Nigerians and humanitarian organizations that are assisting the country in the face of activities of Boko Haram insurgents and other religious and ethnic violence. The US Secretary of State, Michael Pompeo, made the call in Washington DC on Tuesday during a joint... Continue Reading →

FG Awaits US, Trump Set To Slam Visa Restriction On Nigeria

The United States President, Donald Trump, is set to add Nigeria and six others to a new list of countries on America’s visa restriction. The new restrictions will apply to travelers and immigrants from Belarus, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Nigeria, Sudan, and Tanzania. As of today, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen are on... Continue Reading →

Operation Amotekun: Presidency, Govs’ Meeting Called Off, South-West Holds Rallies

A scheduled meeting between the Presidency and the South-West governors on the Western Nigeria Security Network, Operation Amotekun, was called off on Tuesday. It is now rescheduled for Thursday (tomorrow). While the South-West governors could not meet the Presidency on Tuesday, various groups in the zone held rallies in state capitals in support of Amotekun. ... Continue Reading →

Maj. Gen. Buhari: You don’t have right to change Buhari’s official title, Presidency tells Punch

The Presidency yesterday said that it was not within the power or rights of a newspaper to unilaterally change the official title of President Muhammadu Buhari. The Presidency was reacting to the editorial policy of Punch of Wednesday where the paper said it would henceforth address the President as Major General Muhammadu Buhari which was... Continue Reading →

Presidency Denies Ex-President, Goodluck Jonathan Was Not Blackmailed To Trade-Off Bayelsa Poll

Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan was not blackmailed to trade off the November 16 governorship poll in Bayelsa State, the Presidency said on Tuesday, The Nigerian Tribune reports. According to Presidential spokesman Garba Shehu, the allegation by former Jigawa State Governor Sule Lamido that Jonathan traded off Bayelsa is  “false and irresponsible.’’ Shehu expressed shock that such... Continue Reading →

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