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Truss Becomes Shortest Ruling British Prime Minister

Truss Becomes Shortest Ruling British Prime Minister

Liz Truss, the woman who emerged as the third British Prime Minister in history has resigned. She resigned on Wednesday after the cabinet she put together fell like a pack of cards and she was reduced to a redundant leader. She is leaving after 45 days in office. Truss had sacked Kwasi Kwarteng as Chancellor

Ekiti: Fayemi Out, Oyebanji In

Ekiti: Fayemi Out, Oyebanji In

Biodun Oyebanji, the winner of the last governorship election in Ekiti State has taken over from Kayode Fayemi, until recently the chairman of the Nigerian Governors’ Forum, NGF, whose tenure ended Sunday October 16. Oyebanji won at a recent election, which is one of the off-season elections in Nigeria. He ran on the platform of

World Leaders Bid Queen Elizabeth Farewell

Professor Yemi Osinbajo, Nigeria’s Vice President is one of 500 world leaders who attended the state burial ceremony of Queen Elizabeth II in London earlier on Monday. They were hosted by Prime Minister Liz Truss, whose confirmation was the last major official duty performed by the Queen two days before her demise. Osinbajo was there

The World Mourns Queen Elizabeth 11

Queen Elizabeth 11, the queen of England is dead. She died at the age of 96 after reigning for 70 years. She has been the longest reigning monarch in England. Her health has been a source of concern of late, such that preparations were already being made for her transition. But the doctors kept assuring

UK PM Forms Cabinet, Appoints Nigerian

Within hours of taking the oath of office, Liz Truss , the prime minister of the United Kingdom, announced members of her cabinet with their portfolios. Among them is Kemi Badenoch, a first generation immigrant born to Nigerian parents. Badenoch was one of the contestants for the office of Prime Minister, and she made the

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New UNESCO Report Shows Nigeria Has More Children Out of School Than Govt. Admits

A new report by the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation, UNESCO has put a lie to claims by the Nigerian government that it has through consistent policies brought down the number of out-of-school-children in Nigeria from the often quoted 10.6 million. The international body puts the new figure at 20.2 million, rating the

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The National Broadcasting Commission, NBC has applied the big stick on Daar Communications Ltd, parent company of Africa Independent Television, AIT and RAYPOWER and other electronic media houses in Nigeria for alleged violation of broadcasting code and failure to pay renewal fee for their licences. The other media houses include 21 state broadcasting corporations and

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