Senate cuts 2018 budgets of 30 agencies, reallocates funds to 2019 election (FULL LIST)
Half of the N242 billion budget will come from service wide votes.
Senate probes claim govt intervention fund spent on Buhari’s re-election
A senator said the fund had been “politicised”
FACT-CHECK: Did the Economist Magazine really endorse Atiku?
The Atiku campaign claimed ‘the latest endorsement by the Economist’, ‘the second in two months’, is an endorsement of its candidate’s superior policies.
Four officers arrested as police speak on attack on Ekweremadu’s residence
“Preliminary investigation carried out so far did not reveal assassination attempt on the life of the Dep Senate President.”
Nigerian govt closes case in suit accusing Agip of under-declaring $55 million oil
Agip and other oil firms are being sued separately for deceiving the Nigerian government.
UPDATED: Minimum wage panel submits report to Buhari, recommends N30,000
Mr Buhari says workers should not allow themselves to be used as “political weapons”.
Court frowns as prosecution stalls Dino Melaye’s trial
The court adjourned the matter to December 5 and 13.
Senate investigates diversion of N378billion NLNG dividend by Buhari’s govt
The federal government illegally diverted $1.05 billion to secretly fund subsidy payment on petroleum products.
Even before Yusuf, NHIS was an agency steeped in fraud
Crisis in the Nigerian health agency is making headlines of late following allegations of fraud against its chief executive officer
Minimum Wage: NLC suspends planned nationwide strike
Government and labour had been at loggerheads over the demand for a new minimum wage. Labour says the minimum wage of N18,000 is paltry
Presidential panel has no powers to prosecute suspects, seize properties, appeal court rules
The panel, upon conclusion of investigation, can only submit its report to the president.
Alleged N7.7bn Fraud: EFCC, judge frown as Orji Kalu travels abroad
The ex-Abia governor is being prosecuted by the EFCC.
Senate reacts to PREMIUM TIMES report, vows probe of NLNG fund diversion
Senate President Saraki says he had been inundated by calls from Nigerians who wanted to know the position of the Senate on the matter.
UPDATED: Buhari quietly appoints son-in-law as head of Border Agency
The appointment was neither announced by the Presidency nor the Secretary to the Government of the Federation.
INTERVIEW: How we’re addressing pensions of govt retirees despite challenges – Executive Secretary, PTAD
Sharon Ikeazor also speaks on the allegations levelled against her in the handling of PTAD.
EXCLUSIVE: Documents show Buhari’s govt. illegally diverted N378billion NLNG dividend
The dividends are meant to be shared between the federal, state and local governments of Nigeria
Minimum Wage: Why we can’t meet labours’ demands – Nigerian govt
Labour unions boycotted a meeting with the SGF on Sunday.
Despite burial, tests ongoing to confirm body parts belong to missing Nigerian general
The police paraded 19 suspects on Sunday.
Minimum Wage: NNPC assures of fuel supply as strike looms across Nigeria
The NNPC says it has enough petrol to last Nigeria at least 25 days.
INTERVIEW: Why I shot historical film on Mbaise people – Frank Ufomadu
‘The Chronicles’ features Onyeka Onwenu, Segun Arinze, Victor Osuagwu, among other stars.
Shiite IMN releases 34 names of protesters ‘killed by Nigerian soldiers’
Over 40 Shiite protesters were killed in a series of bloody encounters with Nigerian soldiers between October 27 and 30.
EXCLUSIVE: 149 Nigerian soldiers in trouble for uploading photos on social media
A new social media policy for members of the Nigerian armed forces came into effect on June 11.
APC Crises Worsen; Amosun describes Tinubu as ‘Capo Di Tutti,’ accuses Oshiomhole of ‘evil plan’
The Ogun governor also accused Adams Oshiomhole of “threatening to write the epitaph of the party in his 100 days of ignominy”