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According to the federal government , the management of Twitter has reached out for a “high-level discussion” to resolve the issue that led to the indefinite suspension of its operations in Nigeria. Disclosing this is Lai Mohammed, minister of information and culture to state house correspondents after the meeting of the federal executive council (FEC) …

After over two months, the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) has decided to put an end its strike. The Members of the union had embarked on the strike on April 6 to press home their demand for the financial autonomy of the judiciary. The union, however, took the decision suspending the strike at a …

The minority caucus in the national assembly has urged Nigerians to ignore the federal government directive on Twitter usage saying there is no law backing the suspension. The minority caucus comprises majorly members of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). It would be recalled that Last week, the federal government announced the suspension of the microblogging company …

Food stuff and cattle traders under the umbrella of The Amalgamated Union of Food Stuff and Cattle Dealers of Nigeria (AFUCDN) have threatened to embark on a nationwide strike over what they call illegal roadblocks and multiple taxations on its members. Just in March, the union halted the movement of food supply to the south-west over …

As Kenya races to inoculate its population of 54 million against COVID-19, new claims have surfaced alleging that some health workers in the nation’s public hospitals are administering fake COVID-19 vaccines to unsuspecting citizens – and making them pay for it.  Under Kenya’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout plan, which is supported by the global COVAX initiative, citizens …

Some members of the major opposition party in the house of representatives, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) today staged a walkout following the refusal of the speaker to grant a request asking the federal government to overturn the ban on Twitter. The speaker Hon Femi Gbajabiamila, had earlier mandated the relevant house committees to investigate …

The Benue state governor, Samuel Ortom, has accused the Buhari led federal government of using the Twitter ban to divert Nigerian’s attention away from the insecurity ravaging the country. In a tweet posted on Tuesday, Ortom described the ban as illegal, and suppression of the fundamental rights of Nigerians. The Benue governor further said the …

A video is circulating on the internet showing Emmanuel Macron, French President, been slapped by a protester during an official engagement Emmanuel Macron had emerged from a building and walked towards persons gathered behind a barricade to talk to them. In the video, the French president was seen stretching out his hand, before the man …

As the temporary suspension of the microblogging platform, Twitter enters day 4, the envoys of the US, UK, Canadian and European Union (EU) have insisted that the federal government’s decision to indefinitely suspend the platform in Nigeria is not in the public’s interest. The envoys stated this in a meeting with the minister of foreign …

Following the suspension of twitter in the country, the Governor of Lagos state Mr Babajide Sanwolu has urged the federal government and the microblogging company to dialogue over the issues in order to iron out their differences. The Federal government had on Friday, announced the “indefinite” suspension of twitter owing to “the persistent use of the …