...

swordpress

Sydney COVID-19 Outbreak A ‘National Emergency’ As Cases Spike

A man wearing a face mask walks towards tram station at Circular Quay in Sydney on July 19, 2021, amid a lockdown in Melbourne and Sydney as Australia seeks to contain a surge in coronavirus cases. Saeed KHAN / AFP   Sydney’s fast-growing coronavirus outbreak has become a “national emergency,” state leaders said Friday, as Australia’s largest …

Sydney COVID-19 Outbreak A ‘National Emergency’ As Cases Spike Read More »

Police To Deploy Additional 25,000 Officers Ahead Of Lagos Council Polls

   An additional 25,000 policemen will be deployed to beef up security in the local government elections scheduled to hold on Saturday in Lagos State. The Chairperson, Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission (LASIEC), Justice Ayo Philips, disclosed this on Channels TV’s Politics Today on Friday. Philips explained that the Commissioner of Police for Lagos …

Police To Deploy Additional 25,000 Officers Ahead Of Lagos Council Polls Read More »

‘Keep Your Cheque’, President Buhari Tells Businessmen To Remember The Needy

The president visited the Emir of Daura, Dr Umar Faruk Umar, at his Palace on Friday (July 23, 2021)   President Muhammadu Buhari has urged businessmen, contractors and other privileged Nigerians who are beneficiaries of government patronage to always engage in Corporate Social Responsibility, instead of seeking to favour individuals with gifts. According to a …

‘Keep Your Cheque’, President Buhari Tells Businessmen To Remember The Needy Read More »

Lagos Council Polls: Again, Court Rejects Move To Stop Elections

  A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has again rejected an appeal to stop the local government elections scheduled to hold Saturday in the state. The Alliance of Social Democrats and 10 other political parties had filed the suit against the Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission (LASIEC) and Lagos State Government seeking to stop …

Lagos Council Polls: Again, Court Rejects Move To Stop Elections Read More »