Date
January 13, 2019

Trailer Carrying APC candidate-branded rice Kills 15 in Ekiti, Angry Youths Vandalise Vehicle [READ MORE & SEE PHOTOS]

  NEWS FLAKES NG authoritatively gathers that angry youths in Iworoko-Ekiti, Ekiti State, have vandalised a vehicle that reportedly killed at least 15 people, pouring away the rice it was conveying to Ondo State. At least 15 persons were confirmed dead in the auto accident that occurred on Saturday night at Iworoko Ekiti, near Ado Ekiti. The News Agency of Nigeria learnt that the crash occurred around 9:00 p.m. on Saturday when a truck loaded with rice lost control and rammed into a popular market in the town. NEWS FLAKES NG exclusively gathers that some online media with images report that the bags of rice were branded with the campaign [Read]

CJN: President Buhari Plotting to destabilize judiciary ahead of 2019 general elections, Says PDP [READ MORE]

  People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has called on all Nigerians, the United Nations and all international bodies to unite in the defence of her democracy. The party made the statement following president Buhari directive to CJN, Walter Onnoghen to set down from his office. The party said these in a statement released on all it social media platform. [READ ALSO] 150 SANs Volunteer To Defend CJN Onnoghen In Court [READ MORE] Read statement below as obtained by NEWS FLAKES NG; Onnoghen: The failed and discredited Buhari Presidency is once again plotting to destabilize and annex the Judiciary ahead of the 2019 general elections. The APC and cabal at the Buhari Presidency [Read]

150 SANs Volunteer To Defend CJN Onnoghen In Court [READ MORE]

  At least 150 Senior Advocates of Nigeria (SAN) have signalled interest to appear before the Justice Danladi Yakubu-led Code of Conduct Tribunal on Monday in defence of Walter Onnoghen, the Chief Justice Of Nigeria (CJN), in connection with allegations slammed against him. Sabastine Tartenger Hon, a senior advocate, disclosed this to Daily Trust via a phone conversation. The Code of Condict Bureau is acting on a petition written by Dennis Aghanya, the Executive Secretary of the Anti-Corruption and Research-Based Data Initiative (ARDI), accusing Onnoghen of financial mistrust, including operating domiciliary foreign currency accounts, in apparent disregard for the law that prohibits public officials from having such. In another statement [Read]