Soaring maize price in Nigeria defies two year trend
Farmers blamed the continued devastation by army worms of maize crop on the increase.
Hajj Commission NAHCON’s new office to cost N2.4 billion
The Federal Executive Council approved the purchase on Wednesday.
Referendum, not quit notice will create Biafra – PDP BoT Chairman
“We must live together, live in unity, unite ourselves,” the politician said.
Nigeria’s Excess Crude Account ‘most poorly governed…” – Report
“The low index score for Nigeria reflects the lack of rules on disclosures.”
Court to rule on Peace Corps N2 billion suit against Nigerian security agencies July 6
The Peace Corps said the arrest of its leader was illegal.
Investors to forfeit multiple subscriptions to public offers, says SEC
Investors carrying out multiple subscriptions will henceforth be prosecuted.
UNHCR to stop providing refugees in Nigeria with financial support
“What refugees in Nigeria need is protection, and not continuous assistance,” an official said.
Woman docked for allegedly bathing co-tenant with faeces
The accused was granted N100,000 bail.
JAMB mop-up exam: Printing of exam slips to commence Wednesday
Over 85,000 candidates are scheduled to sit for the mop-up examination.
Court ruling boosts SERAP’s move to get details of how states spent Paris Club refund
The federal government released N388.30 4billion of the N522.74 billion to 35 states.
Nigeria, Italy to finalise agreement on military, defence cooperation
The minister also said the draft would consider cooperation in any other field of naval activities.
Christopher Kolade, other southern leaders call for Nigeria’s unity
The leaders formed a coalition committed to Nigeria’s unity.
Marrying educated women will eliminate vices, Professor tells Nigerian men
A female prof. warns men against marrying illiterate women.
Council of Europe lawmakers move against chief after visit to Syrian President
Mr. Agramunt had come under fire for a visit to war-torn Syria in March during which he met al-Assad.
Nigeria example of country ‘walking towards failure’ — Utomi
Mr. Utomi calls on Nigerian groups to stop the “impending anarchy”.
Eid-el-Fitr: Obaseki, Ajimobi, Gbolarunmi, others call for peace, unity
The Chief Imam of Edo, Abdulfatah Enabulele, had called on Nigerians to be their brothers’ keeper.
Why I still iron my wife’s clothes – Pastor Adeboye
“If you are a true leader, you must be always ready to serve, even when no one can see you.”
Emir Sanusi leads Eid prayers, preaches peace, charity
The monarch also urged Muslims to have the fear of God in all their activities.
Sultan of Sokoto wants probe of weapons used by herdsmen
The Sultan urges Nigerians to complement efforts by security agencies.