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Task force closes 30 private schools in Kano

Kano State government has closed down the popular Nigerian/Turkish International School and others in the state

U.S. honours Nigeria’s Grace Ihejiamaizu for leadership development

The U.S. government says Ms. Ihejiamaizu has displayed incredible leadership skills

Arik Air, Lufthansa seal partnership deal

Germany’s Lufthansa has renewed its technical partnership with Nigeria’s Arik Air.

Joshua and Grace evicted from Project Fame Reality Show

The evictees entertained the fans with parting songs

Celebrities to settle dispute on new show

“My aim is to resolve conflicts amongst celebrities like musicians, actors, photographers and public figures”

Government wants public sector accountants to embrace IPSAS, IFRS standards

Federation Accounts Allocation Committee (FAAC) Sub-Committee organises workshop to member to boost accounting standards

INEC absolves self from electoral malpractices

The electoral body says the society is to blame for recurrent cases of electoral malpratice

Activist decries high poverty rate among Nigerian women

“There will be no nation without women; hence when women are impoverished, the nation will also be impoverished” – UI’s Vice Chancellor.

Oil Tanker used to tell the story.

We are not responsible for fuel scarcity – NUPENG

The oil workers say they are not on strike and are lifting available fuel.

Petroleum Minister, Alison-Madueke, hospitalised in London

Nigeria’s Petroleum Minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke, has been hospitalised in a London clinic for an undisclosed ailment. Sources close to the minister said she was hospitalised late last week  for stress-related ailment but could not confirm the exact illness. She has had a hectic month with the chaos in the Nigerian oil sector. Her last public […]

Ex- CBN governor was a dependable Nigerian – Orji Kalu

The former governor said Ola Vincent put in place policies that stabilized Nigeria’s economy

Ogun denies plans to secure N100 billion loan

Ogun State says it is unfit to seek for or secure loans at present

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Abuja residents face fuel scarcity again

Residents of the Federal Capital Territory are caught in another fuel supply crisis.

Lagos police arrest 126 traffic offenders

More crime suspects were arrested in Lagos in July compared to June

Four living tigers, hundreds of pangolins seized from Vietnam car

Tiger bones, made into pastes, are used by herbalists in China and Vietnam to cure headaches.

Nigeria leads other African countries in Paralympics

Africa is doing better in the Paralympics

Eagles’ defender, Papa Idris, loses brother

After losing his spot in the Super Eagles squad, Papa Idris found he also lost his brother.

Bakers appeal to public over bread price hike

Lagos bakers say they are running at a loss.

Book: A review of Richard Ali’s “City of Memories”, By Bokoru Julius

“Richard Ali mirrors how religion has become a weapon for people with a lust for contemporary relevance and political power”

Ogun PDP faction to honour Obasanjo

The party said the former president deserved to be honoured for achievements made when he was the party’s BOT chairman.

Flamingoes thrash SiaOne Academy, 6-0

Flamingoes prepare for the FIFA U-17 World Cup.

Fourteen years after, we have achieved our goals, PDP says

Despite the high crime rate and incidences of corruption in the country, the ruling part says it has achieved its goals

20 fuel-laden ships wait to berth in Lagos ports

The NPA says it is expecting 63 ships in the next one month

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Assault on journalist: Court grants bail to Mortuary director

 A mortuary director who allegedly beat up a photojournalist has been granted bail. Advertisement

LUTH attends to patients, despite hospital fire

The cause of the fire that gutted The HIV clinic at LUTH is still unknown. Advertisement