Nigerian govt replies US on violation of religious freedom

Nigerian government, on Tuesday, refuted claims by the United States of America, that the country abuses religious freedom, insisting that both Christians and Muslims are victims of terrorism in the country. Lai Mohammed, Minister of Information and Culture, made the remark in a statement made available to the public. Mohammed described the allegation as a... Continue Reading →

US election: Russian President, Putin reveals who he will work with

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday said he was ready to work with any U.S. leader. According to Russian news agency, the President said he would congratulate whoever emerges the winner of the U.S. presidential election once all the legal formalities are settled. “We will work with anyone who has the trust of the American... Continue Reading →

Impose Heavy Sanctions On Buhari, Top Officials Over Killing, Persecution Of #EndSARS Protesters, Adeyanju, Others Tell US Government

Some Nigerians have asked the United States Government to impose heavy sanctions on President Muhammadu Buhari and other top officials of his administration for carrying out rights violations against citizens. The calls follow the recent killing of many EndSARS protesters in Lagos and other parts of the country by security operatives and also the ongoing... Continue Reading →

Nigerians Knock Buhari For Lecturing Biden On Democracy

Nigerians have reacted to President Muhammadu Buhari's congratulatory message to Joe Biden, US president-elect. They took to social media to knock the President for lecturing Biden on democracy due to his government's lack of respect for citizens' rights. Biden was projected as the winner of the 2020 presidential election after results from Pennsylvania meant his... Continue Reading →

BREAKING: US election 2020: Trump reacts to Biden’s projected victory

United States President Donald Trump has reacted to the projection of Joe Biden as winner of the 2020 Presidential Election. Trump in statement he personally signed, accused Biden of claiming victory. “We all know why Joe Biden is rushing to falsely pose as the winner, and why his media allies are trying so hard to... Continue Reading →

US election 2020: Trump is like Biafra – Nnamdi Kanu

Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has stated that the incumbent President of the United States, Donald Trump is like the defunct Biafra Republic. Nnamdi Kanu, in a Facebook post on Saturday, claimed that the plots to rig Trump out of office, through a system known as ‘Deep State’, was... Continue Reading →

Biden’s Victory Will Attract $700b To Nigeria, Other Emerging Markets, Says Expert

Renaissance Capital (RenCap) analysts have predicted that a win for U.S. Democratic Party presidential candidate, Joe Biden will attract $700 billion investments to Nigeria and other emerging markets According to RenCap Chief Economist, Charles Robertson, a Biden victory will, in the long run, shift trillions of dollars to Nigeria and other emerging markets. Robertson at... Continue Reading →

It is better to lose power and gain honour —Jonathan

Former Nigerian President, Goodluck Jonathan, says it is better to lose power and gain honour. Jonathan, who made this known in a Facebook post on Friday, recommended this ‘philosophy’ to all leaders facing ‘challenging situations at the polls’. He wrote, “Nobody’s ambition is worth the blood of any citizen. It is better to gain honour... Continue Reading →

Three Nigerian-Americans Win Legislative Seats in US

Three Americans with Nigerian descent, Oye Owolewa, Esther Agbaje, and Nnamdi Chukwuocha have emerged victorious in the US elections held on Tuesday. While Agbaje won a House of Representatives seat in Minnesota, Owolewa was declared winner of the shadow election in the District of Columbia (DC). During elections, voters of the District of Columbia elect... Continue Reading →

US Senate gets first Nigerian-American congressman

Mr. Oye Owolewa on Tuesday night became the first Nigerian-American to be elected to the U.S. Congress. The 30-year-old is heading to the U.S. Senate to represent the District of Columbia (DC) as a shadow congressman under the Democratic Party. Owolewa scored a whopping 164,026 votes, representing 82.84 per cent of the total votes cast.... Continue Reading →

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