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Facebook confirms uploading 1.5 million users’ email contact without consent

“The error was discovered amid a change to the sign-up process made in March,’’ Facebook said.

Ag. Chairman EFCC, Ibrahim Magu

Court rejects SSS report on Magu as evidence

Ibrahim Magu of EFCC has sued a newspaper.

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Nigerian couple kills own son on suspicion of witchcraft

Parents, on suspicion of witchcraft, pump deadly substance through son’s anus.

FILE PHOTO: Dangote trailer

Customs impounds Dangote truck loaded with smuggled rice – Official

Dangote officials say they are not aware of the arrest.

Bill Gates

Bill Gates congratulates Buhari on election victory – Presidency

Mr Buhari also commended Bill Gates.

DRPC warns Young Researchers Against Plagiarism

Plagiarism, a major flaw in research – Expert

Researchers were urged to be aware that there are new technologies used to spot plagiarism.

Members of the House of Reps

Reps recieve 2019 budget report

The Senate Committee on Appropriation had earlier laid its own report on the 2019 Appropriation Bill.

Comptroller Aliyu Mohammed displaying a bottle of the seized codeine syrup (Photo credit: Kingsley Adeniyi)

Customs intercept truck conveying 600 cartons of codeine syrup

The truckload of codeine syrup is worth about N240 million

Chambers of the Nigerian Senate used to illustrate the story.

Senate receives 2019 budget report

The lawmakers will consider the report after the Easter break.

Nigeria Police Force

Nigeria, INTERPOL agree on West African Police Information System

WAPIS aims to strengthen information exchange and coordination among the region’s law enforcement agencies

Adegor Eferakeya (Photo Credit: GBJ)

Ex-Delta senator dies at 78

Governor Ifeanyi Okowa commends late Senator Adegor Eferakeya’s disposition to serve the people and the nation while alive.

Nigerian Customs Officials

Customs set to recruit 3,200 personnel

The service outlines modalities for the recruitment.

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Court dissolves 15 year-old marriage over drunkenness, threat to life

The court awarded custody of the two children produced by the union to woman.

Comptroller-General of Nigeria Customs, Hameed Ali

Custom seizes smuggled items worth N2 billion

Some of the smuggled items are vehicles, drugs, parboiled rice and frozen poultry products.

L-R: David, Godswill and Obinna during their arrest in Lagos. (Photo: Mojeed Alabi)

Malpractices: Thousands of 2019 UTME candidates won’t get their results – JAMB Registrar

Mr Oloyede said no results will be released until all the recordings on the CCTV installed across the over 700 centres in the country have been viewed.

Candidates writing the JAMB exam at a CBT centre

390 visually impaired participate in 2019 UTME

The UTME for the visually impaired, which is taking place in four centres, started on Tuesday and will be concluded on Wednesday, April 17.

FRSC officials on duty

Motorists driving against traffic to undergo psychiatric test – FRSC

Any driver caught driving against traffic during the forthcoming Easter would also be prosecuted for dangerous driving.

Members of the House of Reps

Speakership: Another Rep declares interest, writes Oshiomhole

About six member of the House have declared their intention to run for the position in June.

Voters voting at the Nomadic Primary School, Polling Unit , at Tudun-Fulani , during the FCT Area Council at Bwari Area Council in Abuja on Saturday (9/03/19). 02036/9/3/2019/Sumail Ibrahim/JAU/NAN

Nigeria’s ‘freest’ election witnessed vote-buying ‘worth N120m to N1bn’- Group

The 1993 election is generally believed to be the ‘fairest and freest’ in Nigeria’s history.

Audu Ogbeh, Minister of Agriculture

Nigeria produces 90 per cent of rice it consumes – Minister

Audu Ogbeh, the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, on Tuesday expressed satisfaction that Nigeria was now producing 90 per cent of the rice it consumed locally.

Buhari’s aide tackles Omotola over ‘hellish’ comment

Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde had described the poor state of the country under President Muhammadu Buhari.

Men of the fire service putting out the fire

Interior minister decorates new fire service CG

Liman Ibrahim takes over from Joseph Anebi who retired from service recently.

Raymond Dokpesi

FCDA demolishes AIT’s ‘building’ in Abuja

The agency says it only demolished the firm’s fence encroaching on the land of other residents.

Court of Appeal Headquarters

Nigeria’s Appeal Court affirms conviction of Congolese for money laundering

The court also approved the forfeiture of $551,225.

Voters voting at the Nomadic Primary School, Polling Unit , Esu Palace Polling both Bwari Area Council, during the FCT Area Council at Bwari Area Council in Abuja on Saturday (9/03/19). 02037/9/3/2019/Sumaila Ibrahim/JAU/NAN

2019: Female political aspirants share election experiences

A few of them identify vote-buying, stereotyping, and lack of funds as some of the challenges they faced.