Judiciary

El-Zazaky’s Wife Covid-19 Evidence Admitted,Orders Relocation to Treatment Center-Ada Nkong

A Kaduna State High court presided over by Justice Gideon Kurada has ordered the Nigerian Correctional Service to evacuate the wife of the embattled leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), Zeenat Elzakzaky to an isolation centre to enable her to undergo treatment for COVID-19. Mrs Elzakzaky reportedly contracted the virus inside the Nigerian… Continue reading El-Zazaky’s Wife Covid-19 Evidence Admitted,Orders Relocation to Treatment Center-Ada Nkong

SPORTS

Jody Morris Leaves Chelsea Following Frank Lampard’s Resignation_Femi Ehiabhi

Jody Morris has left Chelsea. It is unclear whether the 42-year-old or the club made that decision. Morris developed a bright reputation as a coach while working in the Blues academy. He spent four years at Cobham, two of which were spent in charge of the Under-18s, who he guided to FA Youth Cup success… Continue reading Jody Morris Leaves Chelsea Following Frank Lampard’s Resignation_Femi Ehiabhi

SPORTS

Frank Lampard Sacked by Chelsea After 8 Months _Femi Ehiabhi

Frank Lampard has been sacked by Chelsea after just 18 months as head coach and will be replaced by Thomas Tuchel. In a statement, Chelsea said "results and performances have not met the club's expectations, leaving the club mid-table without any clear path to sustained improvement". Tuchel, who left PSG in December and previously managed… Continue reading Frank Lampard Sacked by Chelsea After 8 Months _Femi Ehiabhi

WORLD NEWS

Biden’s Administration Expected to Lift Transgender Ban in Military Monday_Ada Nkong

President Joe Biden is expected to repeal former President Donald Trump's ban on transgender individuals serving in the military as early as Monday, according to a source familiar with the plans. The policy, which has been roundly derided by LGBTQ activists as cruel and irrational, was first announced by Trump in July 2017 via Twitter.… Continue reading Biden’s Administration Expected to Lift Transgender Ban in Military Monday_Ada Nkong

WORLD NEWS

Coronavirus: US Tops 25 Million Cases

More than 25 million cases of coronavirus have now been confirmed across the United States. Experts say the true number is likely to be higher. More than 417,500 in the US have died with the virus. The daily number of deaths has exceeded 4,000 in recent weeks - including on Wednesday when Joe Biden was… Continue reading Coronavirus: US Tops 25 Million Cases

Transportation

Association of Passenger Rights and Welfare Advocates Better Treatment of Passengers_Ada Nkong

In a bid to ensure the rights of passengers to access safe transport services as well as assistance in case of accidents are protected, the association for rights and welfare of passengers converged in Abuja for its fifth annual general meeting. The AGM which was well attended by officials of the association for passenger rights… Continue reading Association of Passenger Rights and Welfare Advocates Better Treatment of Passengers_Ada Nkong

WORLD NEWS

Larry King Dies at 87_Ada Nkong

Larry King, the longtime CNN host who became an icon through his interviews with countless newsmakers and his sartorial sensibilities, has died. He was 87. King hosted "Larry King Live" on CNN for over 25 years, interviewing presidential candidates, celebrities, athletes, movie stars and everyday people. He retired in 2010 after taping more than 6,000… Continue reading Larry King Dies at 87_Ada Nkong

WORLD NEWS

Lloyd Austin Confirmed First Black Chief of Pentagon by US Senate _Ada Nkong

The US Senate confirmed retired general Lloyd Austin as secretary of defense Friday, the second cabinet nominee of new President Joe Biden to gain approval and the first African American to lead the Pentagon. Austin sailed through with overwhelming support from both Biden’s Democrats and opposition Republicans, who voted 93-2 in his favor. The retired… Continue reading Lloyd Austin Confirmed First Black Chief of Pentagon by US Senate _Ada Nkong

EDUCATION

Universities Avoid Physical Resumption Due to Covid-19_ Ephrem Cass

Following a statement from the National assembly claiming that it did not support the federal government's January 18th resumption date for schools given the rising number of corona cases in the country. Lecturers of the Bayero University Kano have had a series of meetings to decide if to kick off academic activities or not. Leaving… Continue reading Universities Avoid Physical Resumption Due to Covid-19_ Ephrem Cass