Brexit: UK Finally Leaves EU
Prime Minister Boris Johnson hailed an “astonishing moment” as Britain formally left the European Union (EU) after 47 years on Friday, saying his government had “obeyed the people” who voted for Brexit in a 2016 referendum. “For many people this is an astonishing moment of…
Brexit: UK Fixes Date To Leave EU
British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, on Friday, said that Britain would leave the EU by Jan. 31, 2020 at the latest if his Conservative Party wins a majority in the election in two weeks time. Johnson said, “If we can get a working majority then…
Brexit: Massive Protest Rocks UK Over The Suspension Of Parliament By Boris Johnson
Hundreds of thousands of people in the United Kingdom are expected to take to the streets on Saturday, August 31, to protest against Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s move to suspend parliament. It was gathered that hundreds of protesters gathers have already gathered outside the gates…
Boris Johnson Announces Date UK Will Exit EU
British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson on Monday made a major announcement. Boris Johnson said Britain will exit the EU on October 31, 2019. In a video message on his Twitter handle, he stated that there would be no ”ifs nor buts.” The UK government recently…
APC Fixes Anambra Governorship Forms At N22.5m, Announces Date For Primaries
Medaner said that the party would start the sales of expression of interest and nomination forms for the election at the party’s national secretariat from April 15 to June 8.
Gov. Akeredolu Renews Fight With Former Deputy, Calls Police To Retrieve Vehicles
To this end, the Governor has enlisted the help of the state Commissioner of Police, CP Bolaji Salami, to recover the vehicles.
Dowen Student’s Death A Slap On Lagos Govt – Sanwo-Olu’s Wife
Speaking during an advocacy visit to some schools in furtherance of the ongoing 16 Days of activism against Sexual and Gender-Based Violence, the First Lady described the incident as unfortunate, saying never again should it reoccur in the state.
COVID Omicron Variant- Ban on African countries Unfair — Adesina
Dr Akinwumi Adesina, the President African Development Bank (AfDB) says the travel ban on some African countries over Omicron, the new COVID-19 variant is “very unfair, non-scientific and discriminatory”.