Abuja High Court Orders Reopening of AIT, Others

By Uche Mbah An Abuja High Court has ruled that Status Quo prior to the suspension of DAAR communications’ license should be maintained pending the determination of the substantive suit filed before the Court. DAAR Communications had approached the court with motion seeking to compel NCC to hands off persecution of the Media outfit. The case was filed on 31st of May 2019. Last Thursday, DAAR communications approached the Court seeking an exparte order returning everything to status quo ante bellum. In his ruling, Justice Ekwo Inyang ordered for both…

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June 12: MKO Family Faces Hardship As FG Revokes Oil Block

Bashorun Moshood Kashimawo Abiola’s family will not be celebrating on June 12. That day has been declared Democracy Day by the President Muhammadu Buhari led federal government, in memory of the winner of the June 12, 1993 presidential election later annulled by the military. While Abiola’s children and relatives are still bracing up for the national holiday coming up next Wednesday, the Buhari’s government has hammered them with a big setback. On Thursday, June 6 the Department of Petroleum Resources, DPR finally revoked the oil mining license of Summit Oil…

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AIT Update: PDP, Atiku, Nigerians React As NBC Gives Reasons For The Suspension

By Uche Mbah Nigerians and prominent opposition party members have expressed outrage over the suspension of the operating license of DAAR communications, owners of African Independent Television, AIT, Raypower and Faji Radio stations. The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, through its national Chairman, Uche Secondus, described the action as undesirable and unfortunate.” It is an indication of what to come as the government must be planning to arrest Nigerians indiscriminately”, he said.” It is also an indication that the government has returned the country to military rule. President Buhari must know…

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Imo: Ihedioha Cages Okorocha; Begins full blown probe of his Regime

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By Gideon Njoku For former Governor of Imo state, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, things are getting worse by the day. Since May 29, 2019 when he left office, his loyalists and  associates have been abandoning him almost on daily basis. The most dramatic was the lmo House Assembly. Last week, in a most shocking manner, its members distanced themselves from almost all the decisions he took in the recent months. Recall that for the eight years Okorocha was in office, he was hands in glove with the members. The IMHA was…

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