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.
Boko Haram insurgents have again attacked Bama, killing 47 people in the town that has come under frequent assault from the sect. The terrorists also attacked the family residence of the commander of the Joint Task Force (JTF) in the Niger Delta, Major-General Tukur Buratai, in another siege on the troubled Borno State. General […]
The ongoing controversy sparked off by the call by Enugu-based Catholic priest, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka that the electorate should vote out President Goodluck Jonathan in the February 14, 2015 presidential election has taken a fresh twist.
Nigerdock Nigeria Plc has completed the offshore living quarters built for Ofon Phase II project being developed by French oil giant, Total, the first of such facility to be fabricated in Nigeria. Speaking during the completion/load-out ceremony of the platform at the Snake Island Integrated Free Zone Lagos base of Nigerdock at the weekend, Executive […]