Following the federal government’s pardon to 2, 600 custodial inmates in a bid to stem the spread of coronavirus, a gender focused group, Proactive Gender Initiative (PGI), has called for pardon for women in custody especially pregnant, nursing mothers and those awaiting trial.
Benue state government has tasked all the 23 local government council chairmen to recruit more livestock guards to tackle the open grazing menace perpetrated by herders.
Governor Samuel Ortom, who stated this while addressing council chairmen on ways to boost agricultural production, said the n [...]
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has debunked claims that Nigerians are not adequately enlightened and sensitised on issues surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, noting that 99% of Nigerians are aware of Covid-19.
No fewer than 20 violators of the current 14-day extended lockdown in Abuja, have been tried and convicted by the mobile courts on Thursday.
This was following the activation of about three mobile courts to try violators of its lockdown order.
The violators we [...]
A global Non-Governmental Organization, Woman Africa International, that dedicates time and resources to improving the lives of women, girls, vulnerable groups and children across the continent and beyond, through strategic action, has called on the Federal Government to increase the number of female [...]
1. Fellow Nigerians
2. In my address on Sunday, 29th March, 2020, I asked the residents of Lagos and Ogun States as well as the Federal Capital Territory to stay at home for an initial period of fourteen days starting from Monday, 30th March 2020.
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