Botswana, in a statement by its health and wellness ministry, said the four diplomats arrived in the country on November 7.
Emirates Airlines have resumed flight operations to Nigeria following the settlement of dispute with the federal government.
Not just the planes, the wet-lease arrangement being adopted also covers flight crew and sometimes fuel.
The ban was imposed in September when security agencies and telecoms regulator NCC said blocking signals across the state could help frustrate bandits’ activities.
The Nigerian currency which exchanged for N545 to a dollar last week has further dipped on Thursday.
The politician said the army’s continuous harassment of the Igbos was creating “a siege mentality which is unhealthy for national cohesion”.
Tony Uranta, popular human rights activist, has passed on.
Amnesty International country director Osai Ojigho said the minister had become predictable with his repeated snide remarks regarding the Lekki massacre.
With five artistes being nominated, Nigerians are flying the flag high on the global entertainment scene.
Peoples Gazette highlights key findings in the report by the Lagos Panel which was submitted to the state government on Monday.