Faulty welding found in the missile tubes of the new US Columbia Class nuclear-armed submarines could delay the future deliver of British Dreadnought boats. Continue reading “Cracked missile tubes may delay UK’s next generation nuclear submarines”
“convicted baby killer” may have been the victim of vigilante justice after he was found murdered in a close knit village where locals claimed to have worked out his past.
David Gaut, 54, was discovered dead by police in his rented flat where he moved in alone just six weeks ago.
Continue reading “‘Vigilante justice’ fears as man found murdered in village where locals suspected he was ‘convicted baby killer’”
Tesla shares climbed as much as 13pc on Tuesday night after its mercurial co-founder Elon Musk announced he was considering taking the electric car maker private.
In a series of tweets Mr Musk, who has repeatedly complained about Tesla’s treatment on the public market and clashed with analysts, said he had already secured funding for the plan. Continue reading “Tesla shares climb after Elon Musk tweets he will take the company private”
Survivor recounts tragedy
A team of policemen, soldiers, officials of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) and locals yesterday recovered another body of the nine corps member who drowned in River Mayo-Selbe, near the Gashaka falls in Gashaka Local Government Area of Taraba State.
A member of the rescue team narrated the recovery.
But Police spokesman David Misal said he had not received information on the recovery. Continue reading “NYSC drown issue: After taking pictures, we went to another side where there are beautiful rocks with clean water flowing under them.”
Senate President Bukola Saraki and House Speaker Yakubu Dogara, yesterday blamed the failure of the leadership of the National Assembly to hold its emergency meeting on the invasion of the Assembly Complex by security operatives.
Saraki had summoned an emergency leadership meeting of the National Assembly to hold yesterday to consider the budget of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) as requested by President Muhammadu Buhari.
Continue reading “Saraki, Dogara : Invasion of NASS responsible for failed meeting”
Osinbajo axes security chief over invasion of National Assembly
Saraki, Dogara cancel meeting
Acting President vows sanctions
Matthew Seiyefa is Acting DG
APC, PDP disagree on DSS action
11 SINS OF DAURA
Denting President Muhammadu Buhari’s image
Overruling Buhari, Osinbajo on crucial matters, such as the $43.45million recovered at Osborne Towers in Ikoyi, Lagos and confirmation of Acting EFCC Chairman Ibrahim Magu Continue reading “Osinbajo sacks DSS boss”