Federal Government protests Mugabe’s description of Nigerians as corrupt

The Federal Government summoned yesterday the Zimbabwean Head of Chancery, Stanley Kunjeku, over remarks credited to President Robert Mugabe, which depicted Nigerians as corrupt. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned Kunjeku in Abuja to protest against Mugabe’s comment. The Permanent Secretary Dr Martin Uhomoibhi, described Mugabe’s comment as “vitriolic and denigrating on Nigeria and Nigerians”.

Restructuring of Nigeria with Zones as Federating Units tops discussion at National Conference

Issues bordering on corrupt practices, unemployment, restructuring of the country into federating units, economic development and national security topped deliberation today at the on-going National Conference in Abuja. Each delegate who stood to comment on the President’s speech at the inauguration of the Conference also expressed concern over what would happen to the report of…

Endless agony, as power network collapses

Nigeria’s Power situation has in the last couple of weeks attained a worrisome dimension, raising questions on the country’s recent emergence as the 26th biggest economy in the world. Electricity consumers lament that they are rather paying more for darkness than light. In the last one month, power supply across the country, especially in Lagos…