JTF intercept ‘deadliest’ bomb laden vehicle in Maiduguri
The JTF said if they car had reached its targets destination, the casualties would have been high.
Aregbesola’s free rail transportation grounded our businesses- Commercial drivers
Ironically, the governor of Osun State’s effort at goodwill stalls the livelihood of commercial drivers in the state.
Atlantic Ocean surge: Tourists boycott Lagos beaches
The Bar Beach, usually full on public holidays, was a shadow of itself.
Ethiopian Prime Minister, Meles Zenawi, dies of infection
Ethiopian Prime Minister, Meles Zenawi, who led the East African nation for more than 20 years, has died after months of illness, the government says. Mr. Meles died in a hospital abroad where he was treated for an undisclosed infection, the country’s council of ministers said in statement on Tuesday. He was 57 years old. He is the […]
Environment Ministry predicts more flood in 23 states, in seven days
There will be heavy rainfall which might cause flooding in 23 states across the country.
Nigeria’s $5bn external debt not hurting economy – Maku
Labaran Maku, Nigeria’s information minister holds that Nigeria’s economy is unshaken by its foreign debts.
Falconets begins world cup campaign well, beat Korea 2-0
Nigeria’s U-20 Women National Team, the Falconets, on Sunday defeated Korea Republic 2-0 to start its World Cup campaign. This is contained in a statement signed by the Media Officer, Ejiro Femi-Babafemi, made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abeokuta. It said that the two goals in both halves from Ngozi Okobi and […]
The Contribution of Muslim Leaders to Insecurity in Nigeria By Aliyu U. Tilde
At a joint meeting between the Special Task Force (STF) and representatives of Muslim communities of Jos and Barikin Ladi in Plateau State, the Muslims yielded to the appeal by the STF not to pray at their usual Eid praying ground at Barikin Ladi. A day earlier, the Izala group has also acquiesced to pressure […]
One dead, 15 missing as Atlantic Ocean surge sack Lagos beach
One person has been confirmed dead after the Atlantic Ocean charged into Kuramo Beach in Lagos. The National Emergency Management Agency confirmed the death, saying 15 others are still missing in the incident. More details to follow.
At 66, Pakistan stays ahead of Nigeria in growth and troubles
With a number of key Nigerian officials in attendance, Pakistanis in this country popped wine and clinked glasses on Tuesday, celebrating the Asian country’s 66th Independence anniversary.
Ramadan: Sultan asks Muslims to look out for new moon Friday
Muslims may conclude their fast on Friday or Saturday
200,000 people die of food poison annually in Nigeria – Prof. Ihenkuronye
specialists speak on the need for sensitization to prevent food poisoning