1,202 Defenseless Christians Hacked To Death In Nigeria By Jihadists In 6 Months, Civil Rights Group’s Research Reveals
Executive Summary: Threats to citizens’ rights to freedom of worship and religion in Nigeria; the world’s first human right, have continued unabated with hacking to death by the country’s Islamic Jihadists or radical Islamists of no fewer than 1,202 defenseless Christians in first six months of 2020 covering January... Read more
Magu Wants Presidential Panel To Probe Malami Over Sale Of Seized Assets As Controversy Trails Opening Of Serving Attorney-General’s Son’s Mall
The suspended acting Chairman of Nigeria’s Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu has asked the Justice Ayo Salami-led Presidential Panel to investigate the alleged sale of recovered assets by the office of the country’s Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami. The call coincided with anger... Read more
NAFDAC Approves For Paxherbal Cugzin For Treatment Of Covid-19
Nigeria’s National Agency for Food, Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has given approved for a herbal remedy for the treatment of the symptoms associated with the COVID-19 disease. This was announced by the Director of the Pax Herbal Clinic and Research Laboratories, Ewu, Edo State, Rev. Fr. Anslem Adodo,... Read more
Approval For Listing Status By National Agency For Food And Drug Administration And Control (NAFDAC)
STATEMENT: NAFDAC is currently processing twenty one (21) herbal medicinal products for “Safe to use” or Listing status. Many of the applicants claim that their products are immune boosters and anti-infectives useful for relief of symptoms that could be associated with COVID-19. However, no clinical study has been done... Read more
WTT Hopes To Produce Players In The Mould Of Quadri Aruna
From Dianabasi Effiong With the staging of World Table Tennis (WTT) events in Africa, the continent will produce more stars like Quadri Aruna said WTT Council Chair, Liu Guoliang. Speaking at the webinar held specifically for ITTF Family members located in Africa on Wednesday July 8 with 28 member... Read more
APC Vows To Provide Credible Opposition In Future Elections
Members of the Caretaker Committee of All Progressives Party (APC) in Rivers have expressed their resolve to provide a credible alternative political platform for aspirants to contest all elections in the state. The party’s resolve was made known on Wednesday in Port Harcourt by the Caretaker Committee Chairman, Dr.... Read more
Nigeria’s Police, Others Security Agents Lack Integrity To Chair Anti-Corruption Agency – AIED
The Advocacy for Integrity and Economic Development (AIED) has accused the Nigerian Police Force and similar security agencies of Nigeria’s federal government of lacking the needed integrity to continue chairing the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). The organization made the assertion on Friday in a press release signed... Read more
NFF Adopts PPG, Sets New League Season Tentatively For September, October
From Dianabasi Effiong Following resolutions passed at an online meeting of the NFF Football Committee, which had in attendance the Chairpersons of all the National Leagues and the President of the Nigeria Referees Association, the Executive Committee of the NFF has, after a holistic consideration of all the issues affecting... Read more
More Than 20 Nigerian Soldiers Killed In Boko Haram Ambush
More than twenty Nigerian soldiers lost their lives today, July 8, 2020 to fighters of the Boko Haram. The incident occurred when a convoy of the soldiers on the Damboa/Maiduguri Road in Nigeria’s Borno State ran into a well laid ambush by the terrorist Boko Haram fighters. More details... Read more
USCIRF Releases New Report About Human Rights Advocacy And The North Korea Nuclear Impasse
Washington, DC – The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) today released the following new report: North Korea Policy Update: Religious freedom conditions in North Korea remain among the worst in the world, yet the U.S. government for decades has tended to prioritize security concerns over human rights... Read more