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Canada Asks Citizens to Avoid Nigeria
Canada Asks Citizens to Avoid Nigeria

Canada Asks Citizens to Avoid Nigeria

Canada has issued a notice to its citizens to avoid non-essential travel to Nigeria due to the country’s precarious security situation and the notable risk of terrorism, crime, inter-communal clashes, armed attacks, and kidnappings. This was contained in the country’s travel advisory issued to... read more »

NDLEA Seizes Cocaine Worth N28bn From Hair Stylist, Others at Lagos Airport
NDLEA Seizes Cocaine Worth N28bn From Ha...

NDLEA Seizes Cocaine Worth N28bn From Hair Stylist, Others at Lagos Airport

Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, recovered cocaine worth N21bn from a hairstylist, identified as Jennifer Onyejegbu at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos. Reports say the operatives also discovered another drug confirmed to be cocaine worth N7bn in... read more »

PDP, Afenifere, Others Enraged as 10 APC Governors Accompany Buhari to Daura for APC Registration
PDP, Afenifere, Others Enraged as 10 APC...

PDP, Afenifere, Others Enraged as 10 APC Governors Accompany Buhari to Daur...

Following the visit of President Muhammadu Buhari to his hometown, Daura, Katsina State on Saturday to revalidate his membership of his party, All Progressive Congress, accompanied by 10 governors of the party, the Peoples Democratic Party and the Yoruba Socio-political group, Afenifere; and some... read more »

Biden Cancels Travel Ban on Nigeria, Eritrea, Sudan, others
Biden Cancels Travel Ban on Nigeria, Eri...

Biden Cancels Travel Ban on Nigeria, Eritrea, Sudan, others

U.S President Joe Biden on his first day in office issued some executive orders undoing some of former President Donald Trump’s policies. Among the 17 executive orders and presidential actions Biden signed on Wednesday were the order to end travel restrictions and immigration from countries... read more »

Immigration Confirms Travel Restrictions on Erring Passengers
Immigration Confirms Travel Restrictions...

Immigration Confirms Travel Restrictions on Erring Passengers

The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has imposed six months travel restrictions on 100 passengers who violated the COVID 19 protocols. Its spokesman, Sunday James, said on Monday in Abuja that the restrictions were in line with the Federal Government’s directive on the passengers. He explained... read more »

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Ban Flights From UK, Atiku Urges FG

Ban Flights from UK, Atiku Urges FG

Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar has advised the Federal Government to act quickly to avert preventable casualties by banning fights from the United Kingdom as the country battles the... read more »

How Travelers Were Stuck at Itobe Bridge, Kogi for Several Hours (See Video)

How Travelers Were Stuck at Itobe Bridge, Kogi, for Several Hours (See Video)

Travelers who traveled to the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja on Friday were halted by massive traffic jam at the Itobe Bridget, Kogi State, African News Today has... read more »

Ondo2020: INEC to Adopt No-face-mask-no-voting  

Ondo2020: INEC to Adopt No-face-mask-no-voting  

The Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 has directed the electoral umpire, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to enforce no-face-mask-no-voting rule in the Saturday... read more »

Onomo Hotel Group Partners with Bureau Veritas to Receive Safeguard Hygiene Excellency and Safety Label for its Hotels

Onomo Hotel Group Partners with Bureau Veritas to Receive Safeguard Hygiene Excellency and...

Kigali, September 9th, 2020 – ONOMO Hotel Kigali is the latest to be added to the list of ONOMO properties to receive Bureau Veritas’ Safeguard certification. ONOMO is one of the... read more »

Onitsha-Enugu Road Construction at Zero Level – Obiano

Onitsha-Enugu Road Construction at Zero Level – Obiano

Anambra state governor, Willie Obiano informed President Muhammadu Buhari that construction work at the Onitsha-Enugu federal road has slowed down to almost zero level. Governor Obiano appealed to... read more »