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SSANU, NASU and NAAT meets government

Fulfil your agreement with university workers, ERC tells govt

“If we fight consistently we can win important concessions.”

Nigerian Police on patrol

Police arrest NAN journalist

The news agency said it stands by its story.

Olabode George

PDP Chairmanship: Bode George won’t step down for Gbenga Daniel, others – Babatope

“The issue of youthfulness does not come in here; George is the best to lead the party.”

Pic 12. Members of the Nigerian Peace Corps during a procession in Ibadan on Wednesday (26/7/17) to celebrate the passage of the Corps bill by the Senate. 
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Police go after Peace Corps members, arrest 34

The arrested officials will be charged to a mobile court on Saturday.

ALSCON Plant

EXCLUSIVE: Inside the multi-million dollars shady ALSCON negotiation brokered by a Nigerian minister

The Supreme Court has ruled twice on the matter, rulings not implemented by the government.

Cloud

NiMet predicts cloudy conditions, rain on Saturday

The agency predicted that the northern states would experience isolated thunderstorms in most places in the afternoon.

Nigerian Army

IPOB: Nigerian Army declares victory

The army continues its free medical treatment for residents.

FILE PHOTO: FRSC officials at a scene of an accident

13 people died daily in Nigerian road accidents in July – FRSC

The FRSC said 423 persons died and 2,339 others were wounded in 768 road traffic accidents.

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Expectant mothers speak on strike by hospital workers

The Joint Health Sector Union embarked on a nationwide strike on Thursday.

Yemi Osinbajo

How we’ll provide basic infrastructure across Nigeria – Osinbajo

The PPP Disclosure Web Portal was launched.

Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai

Nigerian Army launches four books on critical thinking

Army chief urged soldiers to apply critical thinking rather than brawn

FILE PHOTO: Nigerian Soldiers

No local govt under Boko Haram control – Nigerian Army

The army was reacting to a contrary claim by a politician.

John Odigie-Oyegun, APC Chairman

APC Chairman Oyegun denies attending reported Osinbajo, Sheriff meeting

Mr. Oyegun said he has not set eyes on Mr. Sheriff in two years

Ibe Kachikwu [Photo Credit: THISDAYLIVE]

Good news for Nigeria as OPEC extends exemption from oil output cut

The extension of the exemption period means more oil earnings for Nigeria.

Rape Victim

Child rapist, 35, jumps bail, absconds

Parents, Lagos agency on sexual violence cry foul.

Firearms used to illustrate the story

Abuja Police uncover illegal firearm factory, arrest three suspects

One of the suspects has been involved in gun making for 17 years.

Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai [Photo credit: Naij.com]

My vision for Nigerian Army – Buratai

The army chief spoke in Port Harcourt.

Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu. [Photo credit: Daily Times Nigeria]

Nnamdi Kanu challenges court order declaring IPOB terrorist organisation

The Nigerian government secured the court order on Wednesday.

Senate President, Bukola Saraki and Deputy Senate President, Ekweremadu. [Photo credit: Sabi-Sabi]

More lawmakers tackle Saraki, Ekweremadu over IPOB

The senate president had said the military have no powers to declare IPOB a terrorist group.

Nigerian Police Marching. [Photo credit: Pulse.ng]

Nigeria needs additional 31,000 new police officers yearly for five years – IGP

“Currently the Nigeria Police Force is operating at a ratio of one to 600, which is far below the approved United Nations ratio.”

Students writing exams

Why we are withholding results of thousands of Borno students – NECO

About 29,000 students sat for the NECO examination in Borno.

Staff members of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) coming out of the Agency’s headquarters during a protest welfare packages, in Abuja on Friday (22/9/17).
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NAFDAC workers commence indefinite strike

The union wants the management to implement agreed welfare package entered in 2013.

Lightening-Srike

‎Drama as cemetery rejects corpse of man killed by lightening

Salami Adekunle was struck to death on Thursday after a downpour.

A Hospital ward used to illustrate the story

Experts react to Nigeria’s high maternal mortality rate

A report said Nigeria had about 58,000 cases of maternal mortality in 2015.

Bukola Saraki [Photo: Nigerian Pilot]

Lawmakers’ salaries: What we discussed with Saraki – SERAP

“There is an apparent discrepancy in some areas between what Saraki said.”