• Experts work to debunk Trump’s ‘unsubstantiated’ claim of massive vote fraud

    Experts work to debunk Trump’s ‘unsubstantiated’ claim of massive vote fraud

    Experts and elected officials on Monday dismissed Donald Trump’s claim that “millions” of Americans voted illegally on Election Day, as the Green Party redoubled efforts to organize ballot recounts in three key swing states.

    The Republican billionaire’s shock victory on November 8 saw him clinch the crucial Electoral College count, which determines the presidency, but lose the popular vote to rival Hillary Clinton by more than two million votes.

    Cloistered in his Florida resort for the long Thanksgiving weekend, the 70-year-old tycoon […]

  • MASSOB pastors pray for Trump, expect Biafra soon

    MASSOB pastors pray for Trump, expect Biafra soon

    Over 200 members of the Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB)/Biafran Independence Movement (BIM) from seven local government areas of Anambra South Senatorial zone, yesterday, converged on Nnewi, under the auspices of the Biafran Clergy Movement (BCM) to celebrate the American President-elect, Mr Donald Trump’s victory and to pray down heaven for Biafra to come soon.

    The Director of religion for the Anambra South Senatorial Zone of MASSOB, Apostle Akunne Chukwuemeka, said the directive was from […]

  • Expect a lot more from my governent, says Obaseki

    Expect a lot more from my governent, says Obaseki

    Edo State governor, Godwin Obaseki, on Sunday said he was not oblivious of the high expectations by the people of the state from his government.

    Obaseki, paid tribute to his predecessor, Adams Oshiomhole, for providing the template of good governance in the state.

    The governor spoke on Sunday during his Thanksgiving service at St. Peters Anglican church in Benin City, the state Capital where said he will do only things a that are right and correct before God.

    He sued for prayers of […]

  • Don’t expect much from Trump’s Presidency – Expert warns African leaders

    Don’t expect much from Trump’s Presidency – Expert warns African leaders

    A policy and governance expert, Mr Oseloka Obaze, has advised African leaders to look inward for solutions to their political and economic challenges.

    Obaze, the Managing Director of Selonnes Consult, said in a statement in Awka on Friday while reacting to the emergence of Donald Trump as U.S. president-elect.

    He said that the emergence of Trump as the president-elect, in spite of the bookmakers’ predictions, was “American Wonder’’.

    Obaze, who is also a retired diplomat, said that Trump presidency might hold some fortunes […]

  • Experts search for clues after New York blast

    Experts search for clues after New York blast

    An investigation into Saturday night explosion in New York, United States that injured 29 people, continued yesterday with experts combing through the scene looking for clues that could point to the suspects.

    Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari has arrived in New York City amidst the explosions. But there was cheery news for him as a court in the United States threw out an appeal by a lawyer, Godson Nnaka, that he be paid $320 million of the $458 million due to Nigeria […]

  • Experts advise Buhari on ways out of recession

    Experts advise Buhari on ways out of recession

    Insurance and pension experts have advised President Muhammadu Buhari to reflate the economy by spending money in the right direction and have a co-ordinated strategy.

    They posited that the President should also focus on getting the domestic economy to function and ensure clarity on what is critical, and urged Nigerians to see the recession as a blessing to  move the country away from a mono product economy.

    Former Commissioner for Insurance, National Insurance Commission (NAICOM), Fola Daniel in an interview with Adelove […]

  • Expect 24 hour power in Calabar very soon – Governor Ayade tells residents

    Expect 24 hour power in Calabar very soon – Governor Ayade tells residents

    The Cross River State Government has taken delivery of equipment for the building of a 20 Megawatts power plant with a view to ensuring 24-hour power supply in Calabar.

    Receiving the equipment, along Parliamentary Extension in Calabar, An excited Governor, Professor Ben Ayade, accompanied by some government officials, told journalists that the delivery showed that the Memorandum of Understandings he has been signing were coming into action.

    He pointed out the equipment were designed to run economically and will aid the state […]