What North-East states are doing to combat meningitis – Officials
Some of the states confirmed receiving vaccines from the federal government.
Over 10,000 Nigerian refugees forced out by Cameroon arrive home
The refugees fled Nigeria in 2015 when Boko Haram attacked their communities.
Soldiers injured as female suicide bomber attacks military checkpoint
Wednesday’s attack came as the second of such incident around the neighbourhood in about 48 hours.
Police confirm three deaths in fresh herdsmen attack in Taraba
A local chief says 11 people were killed.
Troops arrest Boko Haram suspect, kidnappers in Yobe
The suspect is being interrogated, the army said.
Ndume’s supporters protest as Saraki, Dino, other senators visit Maiduguri
Mr. Ndume was in March suspended for 180 days by his colleagues.
Again, suicide bombers attack University of Maiduguri
At least four people were killed in the Saturday attack.
Disastrous tomato pest, Tuta Absoluta, returns, destroys tomatoes in three local govts
“The entire tomato farms in the three areas were devastated,” an official said.
Aisha Buhari meets 82 Chibok school girls in Abuja
The 82 girls were recently released by the Boko Haram in a swap deal.
Suspected Atiku, Kwankwaso’s supporters clash over 2019
Residents accused the former vice president of influencing the emergence of a local chief.
As Gombe battles shortage of nurses, midwives, govt implements more reforms
Gombe currently has 163 doctors, 69 pharmacists, and 1159 nurses and midwives.
Borno official, accomplice, jailed for stealing rice meant for IDPs
The convicts colluded with a former council chairman to steal over 200 bags of rice donated by Danish Refugee Council.
Many Boko Haram leaders killed in air raid – Official
Several arms were also recovered from the insurgents.
How accounts linked to ex-Governor Nyako got credited with N1.2 billion – Witness
Mr. Nyako, his son and senator, Abdul-Aziz Nyako, and seven others are being prosecuted.
Gombe govt ‘ready to implement N56, 000 minimum wage’
The state’s acting governor says the government accord workers’ welfare top priority.
Plans to close Borno IDP camps May 29 shelved – NEMA
The emergency agency said current realities have forced the change in plans.
U.S. announces additional $30 million humanitarian funding for North-east
“This new funding will support the UN World Food Programme (WFP) in Nigeria.”
Another Nigerian lawmaker attacked by irate mob, house ransacked
The federal lawmaker had organised an event to distribute empowerment materials
Boko Haram: INEC seeks Air Force’s help to airlift voter registration materials
The INEC said it was aware roads to the local governments were mined by Boko Haram
Farmers form 90 per cent 2017 intending Taraba pilgrims – Official
The official said 1, 457 seats were allocated to Taraba by the National Hajj Commission.