• Tinubu gave me enough money for Ondo APC governorship primary – Chairman

    Tinubu gave me enough money for Ondo APC governorship primary – Chairman

    The Ondo State Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Hon. Isaac Kekemeke, yesterday boasted that he had been allegedly given enough money by the National Leader of the party, Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu to deliver the party’s primary election in favour of Mr. Segun Abraham.

    Kekemeke made this statement while speaking with reporters who besieged his residence at Alagbaka in Akure, the state capital following the sealing off of the party Secretariat by aggrieved members on Tuesday morning.

    Kekemeke boasted to reporters […]

  • Ajaokuta Steel Company enough for Nigeria to produce cars – NATA chief

    Ajaokuta Steel Company enough for Nigeria to produce cars – NATA chief

    Mr Jacob Fayehun, Chairman, Nigeria Automobile Technician Association (NATA) Lagos State Chapter, has said that Ajaokuta Steel Company is enough for the country to produce its own cars.

    Fayehun said this in an interview with newsmen on Tuesday in Lagos. He said that instead of establishing vehicle assembling plants, Nigeria had enormous facilities to produce its own model automobiles from steel.

    ‘’Assembling cars in Nigeria at this point in time should not be; Ajaokuta steel company is enough for the country to […]

  • Enough is Enough – OPC tells militants, herdsmen

    Enough is Enough – OPC tells militants, herdsmen

    Yoruba socio-cultural group, Oodua People’s Congress (OPC), on Sunday condemned what it called unwarranted, diabolical and fatal attacks on Yorubaland and its people as well as other non-indigenous inhabitants by Fulani herdsmen and Niger-Delta militants, saying enough is enough.

    The group made the condemnation in a statement signed by the spokesperson of its National Coordinating Council (NCC), Comrade Sina Akinpelu, and made available to journalists in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.

    It will be recalled that for two times last week some […]

  • N37bn yearly not enough to solve housing problem, says Fashola

    N37bn yearly not enough to solve housing problem, says Fashola

    The annual budget of N37 billion as passed in the 2016 appropriation cannot enable the country to meet its housing deficit in the nearest future, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, the Minister for Power, Works and Housing, has said.

    Fashola made the submission while appearing before the House of Representatives Committee on Housing to update lawmakers on the implementation details of the ministry’s housing policy.

    He told the lawmakers the Ministry was made up of professionals of diverse background armed with necessary expertise to […]

  • Bank Manager Flogs His Staff for Not Working Hard Enough (Photos+Video)

    Bank Manager Flogs His Staff for Not Working Hard Enough (Photos+Video)

    A Chinese boss has left his employers utterly humiliated and disgraced in public as he spanked them for not working hard enough.

    This is the shocking moment a Chinese bank manager was caught flogging employees’ buttocks with wooden stick for not working hard enough.

    According to information gathered, the boss of Shanxi Changzhi Zhangze Agricultural and Commercial Bank can be seen hitting eight employees four times each across the buttocks as their colleagues watch on.

    According to reports, the employees were being beaten […]

  • Power will never be enough if we keep wasting it, says Fashola

    Power will never be enough if we keep wasting it, says Fashola

    The Minister of Power, Working and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola, has outlined three phases that are needed to have a stable power supply in Nigeria.

    While speaking at The Podium, a Kukah Centre Town Hall meeting on Thursday at Merit House, Abuja, Fashola said “for power, the plan is a road map of three phases, which are incremental power, steady and uninterrupted power phases respectively.

    According to the minister, “The number of optimum capacity of power that we have produced after 66years […]