We are coming for you,leave Nigeria now, Police tells Homosexuals

The Public Relations Officer of the Zone 2 Police Command, Mrs Dolapo Badmos, has asked homosexuals to flee the country or face the law. She also called on Nigerians who have evidence against homosexuals to come forward with such pieces of evidence. Badmos said this in a post on her official Instagram handle. She said, “If you are homosexually inclined, Nigeria is not a place for you. There is a law (Same Sex Prohibition Act) here that criminalises homosexual clubs, associations and organisations with penalties of up to 15 years…

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MINIMUM WAGE: Council Of State Approves 30.000 for Fed.Worker

Minimum wage: Council of State okays N30000 for Fed. workers *N27,000 for states and private sectors. The National Council of State on Tuesday approved the transmission of the National minimum wage bill to the National Assembly The Minister of Labour Chris Ngige briefed State House correspondents at the end of the Council of State meeting chaired by President Muhammadu Buhari. According to him, the bill approved by the Council includes N30000 minimum wage for Fed. workers and N27,000 for states and private sector. The proposal, he said, will cover employers…

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PDP suffers another set back as another lawmaker defects to back to APC

A member of the House Of Representative, Dickson Terkighir, representing Makurdi/Guma Federal Constituency of Benue, has defected from the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP,back to the All Progressives Congress, APC. Mr Terkighir made the announcement in a letter addressed to the house and was read by the Deputy Speaker, Rep. Yussuf Lassun, APC-Odiniya, at the plenary on Tuesday. The announcement delighted members of the APC on the floor of the house as they screamed party slogans and waved eight fingers in the air. In the letter, Mr Terkighir said that politics…

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BREAKING: Obasanjo, Buhari in a happy mood at Council of State meeting

A meeting of the Council of State has opened at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari. January 22, 2019 Obasanjo, Uwais led opening prayer IBB, Gowon, absent Former President Olusegun Obasanjo, who, only on Sunday, heavily criticised the Buhari administration’s policies and alleged plans to rig the February polls, is attending the closed-door meeting. It was Obasanjo who said the Christian prayers before the meeting went into closed-doors. A former Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Mohammed Uwais, said the Muslim prayers. Aside from Obasanjo, other former…

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