Ever since the first set of delegates who appeared on the newspaper pages dosing and snoring off on their seats while debates were going on at the conference, most delegates have become very cautious of their posture, especially whenever these cameramen move around them. Indeed photographers have become the watchdog of those sleeping on duty. One of the delegates who did not want his name mentioned said:” The fear of the paparazzi is now the beginning of wisdom at the conference.â€ To compound the matter, these pressmen have started gossiping on us on their columns; we are really in trouble, ” he said.
The Civil Liberties Organisation (CLO) in Rivers State has called on Governor Chibuike Amaechi to order an investigation into how the Commissioner for Agriculture, Emma Chinda, spent about N100 million counterpart fund on the World Bank project for 2013. In a statement signed by its Director of Publicity and Research, Livingstone Wechie, and released to […]
The federal government has warned members of the armed forces including the military service chiefs and commanders, that it will not spare any officer found culpable in human rights violation in the course of their internal security operations. The Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr. Mohammed Bello Adoke (SAN) gave […]
Agony Of 10-Year-Old Victim Of Kaduna Blast: I Went To Buy Shoes for Sallah, But The Bomb Went Off And Destroyed My Leg
A few days before Wednesday’s Kaduna bomb explosion, 10-year-old Abubakar Usman was full of hope and joy. He was excited that he would be wearing a new pair of shoes on the forthcoming Sallah day. That joy has since been terminated, as a bomb hit him and cut his leg. Usman told Daily Sun on his hospital bed […]