Recruitment Test: JAMB, police announce date, instructions for shortlisted applicants
The police also mentioned how candidates yet to be aware of their examination centres can do so.
North Korea ‘destroys’ nuclear test sites before journalists
The country says the exercise was ‘a gesture’ towards peace process, but reporters are unsure of what they actually witnessed.
Nigerians protest to Yale University over racial bias against Lolade
The Nigerians calls for more direct action to condemn the racist behaviour.
UN chief commends Nigeria’s anti-corruption efforts
Mr Guterres says the country plays a leading role in the fight against corruption in Africa.
Nigerian leaders must do more to end killings – Osinbajo
The vice president spoke in Nasarawa State.
Kidnapped two-year-old rescued, suspect arrested – Police
A septuagenarian is also being investigated for allegedly raping a teenager.
Presidency reacts to Amnesty International report on soldiers raping Boko Haram victims
Amnesty International said it interviewed dozens of victims as part of its investigation.
Obasanjo canvasses support for biotechnology to tackle hunger
This is because more land would need to be cultivated to feed the world’s teeming population, Mr Obasanjo explained.
Xenophobic Attacks: House seeks stiffer action against South Africa
According to a lawmaker, available data shows five Nigerians are killed in South Africa every month.
Google launches $2 million empowerment initiative for Nigerians
Across Africa, $20 million would be committed over the next three years.
Insecurity: Senate considers special funding for security agencies
The funding will enable the agencies tackle killings, kidnapping as well as terrorism across the country.
How my father denied me food to have sex with me– Girl
The suspect reportedly used food deprivation to blackmail daughter into giving in to sexual advances.
Children need special care in cold weather – Pediatrician
The doctor says good hygiene and proper nutrition are best defences.
Nigeria sets deadline for civil servants to update IPPIS data
Some employees are yet to update their IPPIS records via the online portal.
Osinbajo reiterates Nigerian govt’s commitment to ending herdsmen killings
The official assured that the crises would be resolved soon.
Reps to investigate Abuja land allocations between 2007 and 2015
Lawmakers want recovery of unpaid fees and punishment of conniving officers.
$8.4m Scam: Bamaiyi in court as Ajudua’s absence stalls trial
The former army chief was allegedly duped by Mr Ajudua while both were in prison.
Five herbalists docked for allegedly fleecing man of N4.7mn
They are facing a three-count charge of stealing, fraud and obtaining under false pretences.
Reps probe of N8bn NEMA contracts runs into hitches
A company that did not apply was granted a contract to supply grains, the committee learns.
700 Boko Haram fighters ready to surrender – Nigerian Govt
“It is heartening to note that over a 1000 kidnapped women and children have been rescued.”
Facebook has ‘done a better job’ in recent elections – Zuckerberg
He says the social media platform was too slow to identify Russian interference on Facebook in the U.S. presidential election
Police arrest Nigerian doctor who hacks accounts of celebrities, buys exotic cars
The hacker has the ability to shut down the CCTV system of any organisation for 67 minutes.