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Nigeria needs to do more to combat HIV/AIDS spread- Expert

Nigeria has one of the world’s highest rates of mother to child transmission.

Nigerian Union of Journalists

Journalists mourn 3 dead colleagues in accident

The journalists died in a road accident on Friday.

Nigeria-Cote d’Ivoire sign agreement on bi-national commission

The countries intend to work together on improving their economies.

Shell Nigeria records less oil spillages in 2012 than 2011- Sunmonu

There were 173 les occurrences in 2012.

Okada riders used to illustrate the story.

Okada ban in Lagos, others affects courier services- Operators

Okadas are more convenient for courier businesses.

YABATECH to begin computer-based post UTME test

The new examination mode would be used alongside the Paper and Pencil Test.

The approved APC logo, released early Wednesday morning

APC to embark on massive membership drive – Official

The APC was registered on Wednesday.

Segun Aganga

Lawyers ask minister to rein in alleged randy civil servant

The lawyers said a female staffer accused a top civil servant of sexual harassment.

1983 British papers reveal planned World War III Queen’s speech

The Cold War was particularly tense in 1983.

EFCC witnesses contradict each other in trial of alleged subsidy thieves

The case has been adjourned to November for further hearing.

APC, CNPP, CPC commend INEC over registration

INEC announced the registration of the APC, a merger of some political parties in Nigeria.

President Goodluck Jonathan

Jonathan tasks agency on made in Nigeria heavy industrial materials

A new board was inaugurated for NASENI.

Nigerian Police

Alakio killing: police detain 2 for hijacking monies meant for widow of slain officer

The accused are relatives of the deceased.

FG sets up committee on Nigeria’s inclusion in FATF list

The committee is headed by Vice President Namadi Sambo.


ASUU Strike: Students appeal to FG, lecturers

ASUU strike is now four weeks old.

Babies with low birth weight prone to hearing problems–Expert

The hearing problems if detected early can be corrected.

Fraudsters use Nigerian Army’s email address to send SOS messages- Official

The Army warned Nigerians to be wary of the fraudsters.

PDP admonishes Oshiomhole over abandoned projects, others

The PDP asked the governor to complete the abandoned projects.

Man slumps, dies after drinking local gin

The deceased’s wife recently gave birth to a baby.

Kabiru Turaki,

Minister commends Nigerian lawmakers over passage of 2013 budget amendment bill

Kabiru Turaki said the passage showed the working relationship between lawmakers and the Executive.

Mali sees large turnout in crucial election

The poll has seen huge turnout despite security fears. Millions of Malians turned out despite security worries on Sunday to vote in a presidential election many believe will help restore stability to the troubled West African country that has seen turmoil for more than a year. A total of 6.8 million people of Mali’s 15 […]

Senior lawyer, Olanipekun, urges Nigerians to oppose child marriage

Mr. Olanipekun said child marriage is not different from child trafficking.