The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffery Onyeama, on Monday after meeting with foreign envoys over the governments decision to suspend Twitter in Nigeria, indicated that Twitter’s operations will be restored only if the platform could be used responsibly.
The federal government says it may consider the death penalty for vandals of critical railway equipment in the country.
The minister of Information, and Culture Lai Mohammed during the Town Hall Meeting described the destruction of public infrastructure in the country as a form of terrorism.
The Director-General of the National Space Research and Development Agency Halilu Shaba on Monday, announced that Nigeria’s satellite is outdated but still functioning by grace.
In Anambra State, over the weekend, a truck conveying cows was burnt down by an angry mob after the truck driver allegedly killed eight child street hawkers accidentally.