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Month: March 2021

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http://thehistoryhacker.com/2013/08/12/the-law-of-unintended-consequences-the-harrison-act-turning-point-in-americas-relationship-with-drugs/ North Korea has fired two ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan, says the US and Japan – the first such test since Joe Biden became US president. Pyongyang is banned from testing ballistic missiles, considered threatening weapons, under UN Security Council resolutions. Both Japan and South Korea have condemned the test. It comes just […]

The United Nations is going on with activities to mark International Remembrance Day of Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade. In a remark, the Head of the Department of History and Diplomatic Studies at the Ignatius Ajuru University Of Education, Rumuolumeni, Doctor SOLOMON IKUNGA said the black man is feeling the tragedies of […]

A coalition of over 70 civil society organisations under the aegis of Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room has raised fears over the insecurity in the country describing it as a threat to the 2023 general elections. The organization said it was imperative to hold state governors to account on the use of their security votes, […]

The IGP Tactical Squad based at Borokiri Police Station in Port Harcourt, is facing allegations of extortion of seven hundred thousand naira from the family of one THANKGOD ‘JAJA’ OKERE. The family said JAJA was detained on a false accusation of being a kidnapper after he was arrested on the 25th of February by the […]

German Chancellor ANGELA MERKEL has cancelled plans for a strict lockdown over Easter, just a day after the measures were announced. Calling the plan, a “mistake”, MERKEL said she took “ultimate responsibility” for the U-turn. The proposed lockdown was agreed with regional leaders in talks overnight on Monday, with restrictions set to be tightened between […]

The World Health Organization, WHO, has revealed that Nigeria ranks high among African countries suffering Tuberculosis as about 28 thousand persons falls ill to the disease in Nigeria. Head of WHO in Rivers state, CHINENYE OKAFOR made this known at the 2021 World TB Day Organized by the Rivers state Ministry of Health. OKAFOR said […]

United States President JOE BIDEN has vowed to take “common-sense steps” to crack down on firearms following two mass shootings in the country in less than a week. He renewed his call to ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines and urged Congress to pass bills that would end loopholes in background checks. BIDEN was speaking […]

Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced that it has started the 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and Direct Entry (DE) registration. The exam body in a statement issued in Bwari, FCT, by its Head, Public Affairs and Protocols, Doctor FABIAN BENJAMIN,  said all potential candidates must provide their National Identity Number (NIN) […]

The Senate has confirmed the appointment of HALIRU NABABA as the Controller-General of the Nigerian Correctional Service. This action followed the consideration of the report of the Senate Committee on Interior, which screened NABABA under the Chairmanship of Senator KASHIM SHETTIMA. Recall that President MUHAMMADU BUHARI had in a letter on February 23, asked the […]

The House of Representatives has mandated its committee on Petroleum Resources Downstream to organise an investigative hearing to ascertain the true state of the Port Harcourt refinery which the Federal Government has approved 1.5-billion-dollar for the rehabilitation. The House also mandated the committee to carry out a comprehensive audit of funds previously spent on the […]