PDP chairman accused of N937 million fraud granted N150 million bail
The judge also ordered the politician to produce two sureties in like sum.
Abuja Water Board recovers N1.5 billion in 2016, consumers still owing N1.8 billion
The board said it is doing all it can to connect all areas of the Nigerian capital.
Police assure Abuja residents of tight security for Sallah
Monday and Tuesday have been declared public holidays.
Kogi tertiary institutions workers suspend 5-month-old strike
The workers have been on strike since Jan. 31.
Governor Bello disowns 2019 re-election campaigners
“This is not the time for Mr. governor to be distracted by such politicking,” an official said.
Nasarawa won’t pay striking workers’ salaries – HOS
The NLC condemned the government’s position.
Corruption trial of ex-Benue governor Suswam stalled
The ex-Benue governor is facing two separate corruption charges.
Nursing Council inducts first UniJos graduate nurses 10 years after start of program
The 52 newly qualified nurses include 18 males.
Nasarawa govt to float online medium – Commissioner
The medium will project the government’s achievements, an official said.
Abuja administration evacuates 789 beggars, mentally derailed from streets – Official
Majority were repatriated back to their respective neighbouring states, an official said.
52.3 per cent voters in Kogi West reportedly endorse Dino Melaye’s recall
“In 2015, we voted for Dino and now we are using the same method to return him home.”
UPDATED: Escaped baboon still within Jos Wildlife Park — State govt
The state government said the baboon only escaped from its cage.
Kogi will not sack striking doctors – Commissioner
The state government is recruiting 230 new doctors.
Obey anti-grazing law or leave Benue, Governor Ortom tells herdsmen
The governor said that the security agencies were ready to arrest violators.
Alleged N1.1 billion fraud: Ex-governor Dariye begs court to adjourn trial
Mr. Dariye is facing a 21-count charge of money laundering and diversion of state ecological fund.
Niger bridge collapse: Hundreds stranded in gridlock
The bridge that collapsed at Tatabu village in Niger last Monday forced diversion on the road.
CCT judgement: Celebrations, wild jubilation in Ilorin
The senate president was cleared of false asset declaration charges Wednesday.