Use technology to curb corruption, UNODC urges governments
The agency and other officials speak on the World Anti-corruption Day.
Why I’m proposing amendments to Electoral Act – Omo-Agege
Mr Omo-Agege says the amendments are a response to a plethora of Supreme Court’s decision inviting the National Assembly to do so.
SERAP asks state governors to disclose pension paid to ex-governors
The civil society group condemns jumbo payments to former political office holders under the pension laws.
Yahoo boy sets girlfriend ablaze for cheating – Police
The police said the teenager confessed to the crime.
Man accounts for funds received for wife’s delivery fee
Emmanuel Nweke sought help from Nigerians on Mondayover his family’s inability to pay the medical bill of his wife who was delivered of a baby.
Rice farmers urge Nigerian govt to sustain border closure
“The border closure is a right step in the right direction because it is already increasing wealth among farmers.”
Hajj Crane Accident: Saudi pays compensation to Nigerian victims – Official
Six Nigerians died in the accident, which happened on September 11, 2015.
Nigeria to unveil new visa regime this year – Official
He added that the new visa regime will be unveiled by the Minister of Interior, Rauf Aregbesola, before the end of 2019.
#WeekforTruth: Dubawa raises nationwide awareness on fact-checking
The fact-checking awareness took place in Kano, Sokoto, Ekiti, Kwara, Kogi, Akwa Ibom, and the Federal Capital Territory.
NPA boss alleges attack at National Assembly, seeks probe
The NPA is locked in a standoff with a logistics company over its operations at the Lagos anchorage area.
TETFund retrieves N10bn from non-performing institutions
The Fund says the retrieved funds was re-awarded to other institutions in dire need of infrastructure.
Ekiti University dismisses lecturer over sex harassment video
The university also sacks two other lecturers for abandoning their duty posts.
Centre records 387 Hate Speech instances in November
The Centre says the hate and dangerous speeches were posted on Facebook and Twitter handles across the country.
Immigration stops 150 victims of human trafficking from leaving Nigeria
Those refused departure were within the range age of 16 to 40 years.
UPDATED: Court ‘closes’ prosecution’s case in Dino Melaye’s trial
The judge noted that the suit has been adjourned “not less than five times at the instance of the prosecution.”
Data mapping crucial for planning health, financial inclusion, agriculture – Osinbajo
VP inaugurates committee on Geo-Referenced Infrastructure and Demographic Data for Development, GRID3 project
Winner of Nigeria Stock Exchange essay competition emerges
She emerged winner of the NSE competition ahead of 40,965 students across the country.
Buhari rejoices with Kaigama on installation as Archbishop of Abuja
Mr Kaigama succeeds Cardinal John Onaiyekan, who has since retired, after turning 75 years.