The newly appointed 22nd Chief of Army Staff COAS, Major General Farouk Yahaya has held an inaugural meeting with Principal Staff Officers, Front Line Commanders and Corp Commanders at the Army Headquarters, Abuja
The inaugural meeting which was held on Monday was the first COAS meeting
Taraba State governor, Darius Ishaku, has said that Nigeria is dangerously sliding into anarchy and becoming a failed state due to increased insecurity.
The governor raised the alarm in Jalingo, the state capital, on Saturday, during an interview with journalists to mark his sixth year in
Burkina Faso has received the first batch of 115,200 doses of Covid-19 vaccines, funded by the international Covax scheme to enable the poor West African state to launch a vaccination drive on Wednesday.
“We welcome the first doses of vaccine against Covid-19 in Burkina Faso,” Burkinabe
West African leaders suspended Mali from the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) at an extraordinary summit Sunday, but stopped short of reimposing sanctions, after a second military coup in nine months.
The putsch had sparked deep concerns over stability in the volatile Sahel region
An explosion has rocked part of the popular Mile three market in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital, injuring two persons.
The incident is reported to have occurred around 6:30 am on Monday leaving some people injured.
Confirming the report, the Police Public Relations Officer in Rivers
Barcelona have signed Argentina forward Sergio Aguero on a deal until 2023.
Aguero was Manchester City’s all-time goal scorer with 260 goals and has five league titles, a record six Football League Cups, and an FA Cup to his credit.
The Argentine’s contract was announced on the club’s
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has vowed to conduct the Anambra governorship election despite the recent attacks on its facilities in the region.
The Anambra governorship election is scheduled to hold on November 6, 2021, but the South-East has been a hotbed of insecurity with