• Police deny invading Rivers Government House

    Police deny invading Rivers Government House

    It was gathered that the Rivers Police Command on Thursday said that it did not attempt to invade the Rivers Government House.

    The State Command Public Relations Officer, Mr. Nnamdi Onmoni, said he was reacting to an allegation by the state government that the police had attempted invade the Government House.

    He said, “How can we invade government house, no it is not true, police cannot invade the government house.”

    The Special Assistant to the Governor on Electronic Media, Mr. Simeon Nwakaudu, had […]

  • Police deny knowledge of Anambra s*x scandal

    Police deny knowledge of Anambra s*x scandal

    It was gathered that the Anambra State Police Command on Saturday said it had no knowledge of the sex scandal involving the 2015 winner of the Miss Anambra competition, Chidinma Okeke.

    Chidimma’s alleged lesbian video had gone viral on the social media shortly after she was abruptly dethroned last week by the organisers of the pageant, the Anambra Broadcasting Service.

    Her lawyer, Ikenna Obidiegwu, had on Wednesday last week alleged that the Anambra Commissioner of Police, Mr. Sam Okaula, had denied his […]

  • Vice Chancellors deny fixing post-UTME screening fee

    Vice Chancellors deny fixing post-UTME screening fee

    The Association of Vice Chancellors of Nigerian Universities (AVCNU) has denied reports that the Federal Ministry of Education and other stakeholders in the tertiary education sub-sector have agreed on N2,500 as fee for post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (post-UTME) screening.

    Secretary-General of the association, Prof. Michael Faborode, who disclosed this in a statement yesterday in Abuja, said the AVCNU does not speak for Federal Government, adding that it was the duty of the Ministry of Education to make such pronouncement.

    Faborode, who noted […]

  • S*x scandal: Accused lawmakers deny allegation, insist on proof

    S*x scandal: Accused lawmakers deny allegation, insist on proof

    The House of Representatives on Tuesday, mandated its committees on Ethics and Privileges and Foreign Affairs to investigate alleged sexual misconduct against three of its members.

    This followed a motion brought under Order six, Rules two and 22 of the House Standing Orders by one of the accused, Rep. Mark Gbillah (APC, Benue).

    In the motion, Gbillah described the action of the U.S. Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr James Entwhistle, in petitioning the house, as a move to tarnish the image of the […]