EXCLUSIVE: How Ex-lawmaker sacked in 2017 influenced N800m projects in 2018 budget
The lawmaker is a close associate of House Speaker Yakubu Dogara.
APC chieftain caught spreading fake news on Facebook
The news comes as the APC-led government says it is combating fake news in the country.
Nigeria announces name of new national air carrier
The colour of the carrier is green white green.
UPDATED: Police arrest ‘eight Chibok girls abductors’
Police parade Boko Haram suspects they say were responsible for the 2014 abductions.
How Buhari, the demonized Fulani man, made Nigeria proud at ICC — Femi Adesina
“Truly, a prophet often has more honour outside, than in his own country. But then, this prophet undoubtedly has honour everywhere.”
Aloysious Katsina-Alu, ex-Chief Justice of Nigeria, is dead
He died in Abuja after a brief illness.
Nigeria’s herdsmen-farmers conflicts becoming more sophisticated, deadlier – UN envoy
The UN warns that the violence risks changing into terrorist attacks.
Omo-Agege attacks Saraki, House of Reps over fresh suspension moves
The House of Representatives passed a resolution to suspend Mr Omo-Agege.
Birnin-Gwari: Two policemen, two attackers killed in ambush
A civilian was later killed in an “accidental discharge,” the police said.
Police arrest Borno governorship aspirant at Atiku’s programme
Mr Terab showed up on Tuesday for the first time since his ‘disappearance’ from Maiduguri.
Why Nigeria allocated 64% health budget to primary healthcare – Minister
He says government decided to change focus from teaching hospitals
Buhari rejects four bills passed by National Assembly; gives reasons
He gave reasons for rejecting each of the bills.
Senate confirms Musiliu Smith as Police Service Commission chairman, six other members
Clara Ogunbiyi, Lawal Bawa, and Muhammad Najatu were confirmed as members.
How Abuja rail line launched by President Buhari works
Four days after commissioning, the Abuja rail line begins operations with slow ride, no attendants.
Chevron converts graduate trainees to ‘casual’ workers, triggering standoff
The workers have been “casualised” for over five years.
INTERVIEW: How to help disadvantaged students succeed academically – African-American School Superintendent
The Congo-born Superintendent of Durham Public School District, North Carolina, U.S explains how all children can be helped to do well in school.
Fayose will face trial after leaving office – EFCC
Ayo Fayose will leave office in October.
What Buhari has done to tackle insecurity — Presidency
Critics say the government’s responses have been mostly belated and largely ineffectual.
Nigerian judiciary to enforce email deadline July 16
The chief justice says manual forms of communication within the Nigerian Courts will be phased out.
Oando Crisis: London Tribunal asks Tinubu, Boyo to pay Volpi N208 billion
The judgement can be appealed by the businessmen.