April 2012

Anguish, Pain As Strike Closes Hospitals


If  there is anything to remember in the on-going indefinite industrial action embarked upon by the Lagos State doctors, then, it is the untold  hardship that it has brought to the lives of many Lagosians especially those who have been denied entrance into the hospital premises.

We Saw Death, but God Saved Us - Journalists


Survivors of the Kaduna Bomb explosion have continued to recount their ordeals on how God save their lives from the deadly explosion.

Thisday Bomb Blast - FCT to Foot Victims' Medical Bills


Victims of the dastardly bomb blast that occurred on Thursday at the Abuja office of ThisDay Newspaper; might have a sigh of relief soon as the government promised to foot all their medical bills.

Lagos Doctors' Strike Claims 2 Lives At Lasuth


The indefinite strike embarked upon Lagos doctors, under the auspices of Medical Guild, took a toll on healthcare system in the state, yesterday, as several cases of deaths were allegedly recorded.

Gunmen Kill Two, Injure Three in Adamawa

[The Moment]

JUST as the nation is still mourning bomb attacks on The Moment, ThisDay and The Daily Sun offices yesterday, unknown gunmen struck again, killing a policeman and two others in two separate attacks in Yola and Mubi, Adamawa State.

Court Remands Police Officer for Killing Colleague

Osogbo -
Senior Magistrates' Court in Oshogbo, yesterday, ordered that a police officer, Johnson Igbonnie, 34, be remanded in prison, for allegedly causing the death of his colleague.

INEC Wants Special Electoral Commission to Try Electoral Offenders


The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), on Thursday called for the establishment of a Special Electoral Commission with special jurisdiction to try electoral offenders.

Security - Bread Not Bullets Please


WHAT options do we have to energise the system and restore our people's confidence in themselves and their beloved country?

Bombing of Thisday Offices Arrow in the Heart of Free Speech - ACN


The Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) has condemned Thursday's bombing of the offices of Thisday and other newspapers in Abuja and Kaduna, calling the attack an arrow in the heart of free speech and a move to abridge the rights of Nigerians to news and information.

Police Quiz LG Chairman, Treasurer, Others Over Inferno


The police in Edo have interrogated the chairman and some key officers of Owan West Local Government over the Wednesday morning fire at the Audit Department of the council secretariat.