U.S. supports families affected by HIV/AIDS in Lagos with N2.9 million
The U.S.-Nigeria partnership on HIV/AIDS began in 2004 through PEPFAR.
Nigerian govt. to provide uninterrupted power supply to eight Nigerian Universities
The programme aims to provide uninterrupted power supply for 37 Federal Universities and seven Teaching Hospitals.
JSS 2 student beats senior students to win spelling competition
The victorious teenager received a dictionary and a scholarship that covered his JSSCE fees.
Five years later, court acquits businessman accused of theft by EFCC
The EFCC could not produce a crucial evidence and witness in the case.
Court remands man in prison custody for allegedly beheading Septuagenarian
The accused allegedly severed the head of the deceased, and also chopped off his two palms.
Two herdsmen docked for allegedly raping two sisters
The suspects were granted bail on liberal terms.
Judge accused of corruption granted bail on own recognizance
The judge was granted bail on own-recognizance
Nigeria needs to recruit 30,000 police officers annually for five years – IGP
The police chief said Nigeria currently has about 380,000 personnel.
Nigeria Police pledge to withdraw mobile personnel from VIPs
“This is to allow us have enough men on the ground to deal especially with the issues of kidnapping.”
Supreme Court shortlists 10 more lawyers for SAN award — FULL LIST
The additions came a month after the body announced 91 legal practitioners to be considered for the top bar honour.
SSS foils plans by terrorists to attack Kano, Sokoto, Kaduna, Maiduguri during Islamic festival – Official
The SSS also said terrorists planned to infiltrate the Shiite group, IMN.
EFCC arraigns federal judge over alleged unlawful enrichment
The judge is accused of unlawful enrichment to the tune of $260,000 and N8,650,000.
ICPC can investigate anybody in Nigeria for corruption, court rules
The applicants were claiming a total of N600 million damages for alleged breach of their fundamental rights.
Nigeria’s forests may disappear by 2047 – Professor
The don delivered his inaugural lecture.
Saraki tackles Nigerian govt, Sagay; says appeal against his acquittal will fail
The Senate President also criticised the EFCC’s involvement in the case.
Residents groan as blackout hits major Abuja suburb
Power supply to Lugbe and its environs was interrupted last week Thursday.
Court upholds Tambuwal’s election as Sokoto Governor
The court said the primaries that produced Mr. Tambuwal as candidate was valid.