Nigerian, 11 others honoured for combatting wildlife crime
The Animal Welfare Institute presents the prestigious award to individuals, organizations and agencies that have demonstrated excellence in combatting wildlife crime.
Police confirm death of couple from generator fumes
The deceased couple had put on the generator in one of their rooms that had no ventilation, and slept in the next room.
I’ll end minimum wage implementation controversy – Ngige
Chris Ngige was reappointed labour minister by President Buhari.
Why I was reappointed Nigeria’s justice minister – Malami
Mr Malami reiterated his commitment to the collective welfare of the staff.
N537.3mn Debt: Court tells AMCON to take over Donald Duke’s Ikoyi home
Listed as respondents in the suit were Stonehedge Investment Limited, Donald Duke and Owanari Bob-Manuel Duke.
Nanono takes charge at Nigeria’s agriculture ministry
The official confirmed his readiness to work with the staff to develop the sector.
Nigeria’s ‘new’ health, education ministers report for duty
The officials unveil their plans for their ministries.
Workers jubilate as Amaechi, Lai Mohammed resume duty
Both ministers served in the same ministries in the first term of President Muhammadu Buhari.
Embassy demands probe into killing of Nigerian in Ukraine
Mr Ejemai, a medical doctor was allegedly stabbed to death by one Victoria Popravko, with the connivance of her father in Ukraine.
INEC begins distribution of 219,935 uncollected PVCs in Bayelsa, Kogi September
The Commission will conduct the governorship elections in the two states on November 16.
NYSC management visits Katsina over death of corps members
The three corps members died in a road crash in Kankara LGA.
INEC server: Atiku reacts to Supreme Court’s ruling
The PDP presidential candidate asked the Court to set aside the decision of the tribunal refusing to compel INEC to allow him access to its central server.
Demolished multi-million naira Caramelo Club becomes defecation spot
FCTA authorities are yet to reveal their plans for the spot.
Telecommunications contribute 10 per cent to Nigeria’s GDP in Q1 of 2019 – Buhari
President Buhari advised the telecommunications industry to play bigger roles in economic growth and development in Africa.
Customs seize elephant tusks, buffalo horns in Adamawa
Smugglers were moving the illicit items along the River Benue in Adamawa State
Court remands farmer for allegedly stabbing colleague to death
The prosecution alleged that the suspect confessed to the crime, during investigation.
Court refuses to grant application stopping inauguration of ministers
The president would be inaugurating the 43 ministers-designate earlier confirmed by the Senate on August 21.
NYSC: Five documents prospective corps members must take to orientation camp
The documents include a Certificate of Fitness from a government or military hospital