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Arik crisis: Domestic airlines revert to lower fares

Airlines reduce fares after turbulent week in aviation industry.

Jonathan, Ban Ki-Moon in closed-door meeting

Mali, Bakassi and Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea top agenda in meeting between the Nigerian President and the UN Sec-Gen.

Green Family wins Maltina Dance All reality show

After weeks of spectacular dance routines, Green Family emerged winners of the Nigerian Breweries sponsored Reality TV Show, Maltina Dance All, at the grand finale which held at the Expo Hall, Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos. The Green Family alongside other finalists Efiokwu’s, Boyle’s, Zibe’s and the Eghove’s thrilled the audience with their […]

When BornTroWay Project wooed Bariga youths

The 5th edition of the BornTroWay Creative Arts Project, which offers talented youths in marginalized areas in Nigeria artistic tools to express their voices and skills, has been held at Bariga, Lagos. The programme, an initiative of singer/producer, Ade Bantu, who is also a Judge in the ongoing MTN Project Fame Talent Reality TV show, […]

FIFA U-17 female World Cup: Flamingoes Coach promises victory

Nigeria’s U-17 team ready to tackle the girls from Azerbaijan in FIFA U-17 Female World Cup games.

Teachers strike grounds Lagos schools

The teachers are peeved that the Lagos State government would not increase their salaries, as agreed.

We have not taken over Aero airline- AMCON boss

Aero had bad debts of about $200million taken over by AMCON.

Three die in accident involving Nassarawa Governor, son

Nassarawa State Governor’s son got terribly hurt in accident that claimed the lives of three of the governor’s aide.

Thugs beat up doctor in Ogun State Hospital

The doctor was battered for demanding a registration fee from a patient.

Criticism trails Rick Ross’ Nigerian video

Nigerian award winning musician disapproves of the Lagos depicting video by the American singer.

Aviation unions call off action against Arik

The FAAN boss said the workers had agreed to stop their actions against Arik.

Abuja court rules former police boss, Ehindero, ‘must’ face corruption trial

Former Inspector General of Police, Sunday Ehindero for allegedly embezzling money meant for the police force.

Mamman Ali and Mahmud Tukur

Government lied on subsidy payments , indicted oil marketers claim

First batch of subsidy trial suspects deny collecting money from government.

Fuel scarcity spreads nationwide

Fuel scarcity hits Kano, pump-price raised

The scarcity of petroleum product across the country bites citizens hard.

Arik Air accuses Aviation Minister, Stella Oduah, of corruption

The Airline says it is suffering because it bruised the ego of the aviation minister when it refused to accede to ‘personal interest’ requests.

Driver sentenced to death for killing lecturer

The victim was a lecturer at the Federal College of Education, Okene, Kogi State.

Our umbrella is big enough for all, PDP tells aggrieved members

The ruling party wants all aggrieved members to return to the party.

Political party seeks priority for Voter Education

The party believes that continuous voter education is essential for a credible electoral process.

Catholic Bishops of Nigeria

Catholic Bishops protest DSTV’s suspension of religious channel

DSTV’s removal of a Catholic channel has angered its audience and the Nigerian Bishops.

Catholic Bishops protest DSTV’s suspension of religious channel

DSTV’s removal of a Catholic channel has angered its audience and the Nigerian Bishops.

School heads in Ogun to sign attendance register

The school heads were mandated to lead by example in their schools.

Sammie Okposo’s album, The Statement, gets distributors across Africa

The musician says a lot of money and sweat went into the production of his new album.

Ogun polytechnic expels 14 students over election violence

The students were expelled on allegations that they were involved in the election violence that occurred at the polytechnic.

Was justice miscarried in dismissing the case against Akpabio’s election?

An analysis of the ruling by an Abuja court that validated the emergence of Godswill Akpabio as the PDP governorship candidate in 2011.

International Telecom Union plans cut on mobile phone roaming charges

Mobile roaming charges across countries, especially for Nigerian consumers usually cost a fortune.