Prince’s Death: Not a Suicide, ‘No Obvious Signs of Trauma,’ Sheriff Says

There were “no obvious signs of trauma” on Prince’s body when it was found in his Minnesota home, Carver County Sheriff Jim Olson said Friday in a press conference on the singer’s sudden death at age 57. He added that “there is no reason to believe at this point that it was a suicide.” Prince, Read more

‘NNPC Used to Fund Political Parties’

In line with its anti-corruption drive, the Federal Government has been challenged to recover over N7.1trillion, being all the outstanding sums trapped in among individuals and operators in Nigeria’s petroleum industry. The charge comes as the President Muhammadu Bahari’s administration is desperately looking for ways and means, including borrowings from offshore to fund its N6.01 Read more

Reps Summon Danbazzau, CG Prisons over battering of Female Lawmaker

The House of Representatives on Thursday summoned the Minister of Interior, Lt-Gen. Abdulrahman Danbazzau(retd), and the Comptroller-General of the Nigerian Prisons Service, Mr. Peter Ekpendu, over an alleged assault on a female member of the House. The the incident took place on Wednesday close to the exit gate of the National Assembly when the female Read more

Nigeria: Military massacred more than 350 people and secretly buried bodies

“Bodies were left littered in the streets and piled outside the mortuary. Some of the injured were burned alive” The mass slaughter of hundreds of men, women and children by soldiers in the town of Zaria in Kaduna State in northern Nigeria and the attempted cover-up of this crime demonstrates an utter contempt for human Read more

Bukola Saraki Should Step Aside as Senate President – Reuben Abati Writes Again!

The present Senate serving the Nigerian people runs the risk of being remembered as the worst since 1999. Public Relations Consultants and media officials of this particular Senate have done their part flooding both the print and the online media with details of how productive the Bukola Saraki-led Senate has been, and they have been Read more