Polio: UNICEF begins massive Africa immunisation, targets 116 million children
The exercise is one of the largest simultaneous immunisations ever conducted in the African continent.
UniJos students protest increase of school fees to N45,000
A student leader asked students not to pay the new fees.
Money spent on federal roads will be returned to states, Fashola assures
The minister met with the governors of Ondo and Ekiti states.
NDLEA ‘uncovers new tricks’ used by drug trafficking cartels
Two suspected drug traffickers were caught at Lagos Airport on Thursday
Traditional ruler remanded in prison for alleged kidnap
The traditional ruler and his palace officials allegedly “arrested” a man who has remained missing since September last year.
Women protest alleged rape of 70-year-old widow by herdsman
The suspect denied the charge but has been arrested, officials said.
Plateau govt declares three days mourning for commissioner that died while jogging
Samuel Galadima died while jogging on Wednesday.
Ife crisis: Afenifere prepares legal team to challenge police prosecution of 21 suspects
Two Yoruba groups accused the police of bias.
Lagos govt to remove three more roundabouts in Lekki – Official
The removal of the roundabouts will commence next week, the official said.
Fayose criticises Buhari’s electoral reform committee over “partisan” composition
The chairman of the committee, Ken Nnamani, defected to the APC from the PDP.
Commissioner slumps, dies during physical exercise
A witness said the commissioner slumped at the stadium and was confirmed dead at the hospital.
Noise pollution: Lawmakers want churches, mosques sanctioned
The religious houses are responsible for 70 per cent of the noise pollution in the city.
Why some Lagos communities have no electricity – Ikeja Electric
The areas affected by the outage include Ikola,
Ife crisis: Afenifere group rejects police report, wants commission of inquiry
Police deny allegation of bias.
Nigerian military ignored intelligence before deadly Boko Haram attack — SSS, Police
Security officials and locals provide shocking details of their effort to alert the military before Wednesday’s attack.
Workers strike grounds activities at Nigeria’s oldest university
The three gates leading into the university were locked.