Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Peoples Gazette

January 31, 2021

Nigerian hotel busted for planting camera in guest rooms

Pavilion Hotel management in Ayepe, Ogun, appeared to defend the action when confronted by bewildered guests in a viral video.

A hotel room
January 19, 2021

Why we allowed students into schools without face masks: NUT chairman

Mr. Adedoyin tagged Lagosians as natural lawbreakers, urging the government to do more in enforcing COVID-19 laws.

January 18, 2021

Akeredolu did not confer with us to quit Ondo forests: Miyetti Allah

Mr. Usman insisted that a series of agreement it had with the state government did not include vacating the forest.

Baba Usman, National Secretary, Miyetti Allah
January 18, 2021

Facebook, Twitter will not dictate what’s true or false in Uganda: Museveni

“No way anybody can come and play around with our country to say ‘it is good, it is bad’ we will stop this one, we cannot accept that.”

January 18, 2021

Akeredolu drives herdsmen out of Ondo forests

The governor also prohibited movement of cattle within cities and highways across the state.

Governor Rotimi Akeredolu
January 7, 2021

Twitter suspends Trump; threatens permanent ban

The social network giant also threatened to permanently delete the American president’s handle.

U.S President Donald Trump. [CREDIT: Bloomberg]
December 17, 2020

Boko Haram releases 340 Katsina schoolboys

The boys are amongst about 600 students abducted last week from Government Secondary School, Kankara.

Aminu Masari
November 21, 2020

Gbajabiamila: SSS explains role in murder of newspaper vendor

The secret police promises a thorough investigation into the circumstances that led to the unfortunate incident.

SSS Headquarters, Abuja
November 18, 2020

Ikpeazu is above reproach in management of Abia finances

The Ikpeazu administration highlights some of its concluded and ongoing construction projects following a Peoples Gazette story this week.

Governor Ikpeazu
November 18, 2020

Nigeria: A decade of impunity and inaction

Various commissions and inquiries have been set up to investigate alleged crimes committed by the military since 2009, but none led to any prosecution of perpetrators.

Netsanet Belay, Amnesty International