Police react to Boko Haram video, say only two officers missing after ambush
The Boko Haram attacked a military-escorted convoy last week, kidnapping some survivors.
Notorious kidnapper Evans sues Nigeria Police, IGP
The suspect wants to be tried or freed.
With 1,166 deaths, Nigerian govt formally declares meningitis outbreak over
The disease affected 226 local governments across 25 states.
Security agencies search ex-VP Namadi Sambo’s house
An aide to Mr. Sambo said this was not the first search and nothing was found.
Osinbajo approves appointment of 14 heads of tertiary health institutions (FULL LIST)
The appointments take immediate effect for a four-year tenure and are in two categories.
Nigerian govt is failing us, University of Maiduguri lecturers, staff, students say
The lecturers said no federal official has visited the university since attacks on it started.
Immigration Recruitment Scam: Court scolds EFCC for “sloppy prosecution” of Abba Moro, others
The judge warned he could strike out the case due to the manner of prosecution.
Agricultural Revolution: Nigeria to flag off yam export to Europe Thursday
About 72 tonnes of yam will be exported in the first phase of the programme to the United Kingdom.
Boko Haram ambushed military-escorted convoy, kidnapped policewomen, Shekau says in new video
The Boko Haram leader also threatened Islamic clerics preaching against violence.
52 migrants from Gambia, Nigeria, others dead as IOM rescues 600 in Sahara Desert
One of the Nigerian survivors narrated her experience.
Again, U.S. indicts Nigeria, other countries of using child soldiers
Other countries listed include Democratic Republic of Congo, Mali, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.
Despite slight improvements, Nigeria’s extractive industry still very opaque – Report
Nigeria was ranked 55 of 89 countries in terms of transparency of its extractive sector.
Ethnic agitation: We’ve heard you loud and clear, Osinbajo tells Nigerians
The acting president speaks on the outcome of his consultations on ethnic agitations.
EXCLUSIVE: Why Nigerian govt. moved against Atiku’s cash cow, Intels
Besides issues of policy, new details show Intels was involved in price manipulation.
Spain deports 23 Nigerians for committing various offences
They were deported five days after 34 Nigerians were sent home from six European countries.
Eid-el-Fitr: As recession bites, it’s modest celebration for many Nigerian Muslims
Many Muslims narrated how they had to cut cost to celebrate the Islamic festival.
Nigerians express divergent views as Buhari’s medical vacation reaches 50 days
The Nigerian leader has now been in London for medical reasons for over 100 days in 2017.
23 Nigerian states owe local govt workers’ salaries; some 14 months – NULGE
Bayelsa, Kogi and Delta states are the most culpable.
2017 Budget: You are ignorant, Fashola blasts Senate, House spokespersons
The minister says Nigeria is in trouble if lawmakers mistake budgetary appropriation as cash.
Buhari under fire for recording Sallah message in Hausa
Nigerians say the president’s choice of language is “divisive”
17 important things to know about Etisalat Nigeria debt crisis
The mobile telecom operator, Nigeria’s fourth largest, is enmeshed in a debt crisis.
Multiple suicide bombings rock University of Maiduguri
The police have so far confirmed two deaths including that of a security personnel.
ASUU vows to resist increased tuition fees in Nigerian universities
The lecturers’ union also condemned the situation in LAUTECH.