Buhari’s CSO did not consult before expelling Punch journalist – Femi Adesina
“We weren’t consulted in the media office by the CSO before he expelled The Punch reporter.”
Abuja Quintuplets: Head of Service explains accommodation for family, job for dad
Kemi Uduehi, a civil servant, gave birth to a set of quintuplets in the Nigerian capital.
How I posed as Ooni to dupe women who wanted to be my queen – Suspect
“Barely few days after I opened the Facebook account, many people, mostly ladies started to send me friend requests.”
Nigerian govt to hold national conference to end farmers/herdsmen clashes
The agriculture minister said the conference is planned for June.
Autopsy suggests Senator Adeleke had ‘drug overdose’
The former senator died on Sunday
My federal university will never honour politicians, moneybags – Vice Chancellor
The university honoured three retried school principals and an ICT expert with honorary degrees.
Again, CCT pledges daily trial for Saraki, Ngwuta, others
The accused persons stand a chance of forfeiting their undeclared asset.
INEC staff docked for allegedly receiving N112 million bribe from Diezani Alison-Madueke
The money is believed to be part of a $115 million bribe.
How we spent Kano Emirate funds, Emir Sanusi-led Council explains
The Emirate Council said it has spent N4.314 billion, and gave account of its expenditures under Mr. Sanusi.
JUST IN: Buhari’s CSO expels Punch Newspaper correspondent from Aso Villa
Lekan Adetayo confirmed the expulsion to PREMIUM TIMES on Monday.
Nigerian govt to procure 20 aircraft for aviation college
NCAT took delivery of a brand new Dimond DA24NG training aircraft.
Drunken FRSC officials will be disciplined – Spokesperson
The three men have been recalled to their Sector Command for “administrative and disciplinary action”.
Modular refinery: Operators form group to actualise govt proposal
The federal government recently announced it would consider such refineries.
Aisha Buhari urges more investment in out-of-school girls
The president’s wife spoke at the 50th Session of United Nations Commission on Population and Development.
Businesswoman, 51, arraigned for attempting to jump into lagoon
The woman was allegedly duped of N18.7 million.
Emir Sanusi refutes claim of spending N6 billion in three years
The Kano emirate denied spending N6 billion under Emir Sanusi.
Tragedy averted as three suicide bombers are killed in failed Borno attack
Two of the suspected suicide bombers were killed while trying to escape.
World’s first malaria vaccine to be used for children in Ghana, Kenya, Malawi
Malaria kills around 430,000 people a year, the vast majority of them babies and young children in sub-Saharan Africa.
Nigerian govt vows to tackle inflation of project costs in construction sector
Mr. Fashola noted that such corruption impedes the nation’s development plan.
39-year-old Macron set to emerge French president, to face Le Pen in runoff
Marine Le Pen scored about 21.53 per cent of the votes to come second.
ASUU wants JAMB scrapped, civic group blasts lecturers’ union
“JAMB has outlived its usefulness, it is time that we scrapped it,” the ASUU chairman said.
Lagos MSSN honours outstanding students, lambasts state govt
“Academic competitions and excellent performance by students receive peanuts from the society. What an irony!”
Lawal Daura, Abba Kyari have not resigned, Presidency says
The presidency described the report as “pure mischief.”