Obasanjo, Sachs, Afreximbank pledge support for African education fund
They made the pledge on Saturday at the second Babacar Ndiaye Lecture in Bali, Indonesia.
Nigeria, others showcase IT innovations at global event
The event opens Sunday and is expected to last for five days.
Buhari cautions religious, traditional leaders against partisan politics
The president attended an interfaith seminar with Muslim and Christian leaders on Saturday.
Political appointees, friends shun Fayose’s last dinner party; food wasted
A government house source said many of those invited were unhappy with the departing governor for various reasons.
Nigeria women miners seek space in N8 trillion industry
The conference is also expected to examine the extent to which mining legislation influences women participation.
West African journalists strategise on media development
The deliberation is part of events at the ongoing West Africa Media Excellence Conference and Awards (WAMECA).
Nigerian appointed country manager by global Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative
Murjanatu Gamawa was a team leader (Oil and Gas) in the NEITI Technical Department.
Facebook says attackers stole details from 29 million users
The stolen data on 14 million users included birth-dates, employers, education and lists of friends.
Man jailed 14 years for raping, impregnating own 13-year-old daughter
The 42-year old Friday Moses will serve his term in prison with hard labour.
Doctors decry failure of Nigerian govt to constitute board of Medical and Dental Council
NMA has given government until Sunday to put the board in place or face industrial action
Atiku mocks Buhari, says he’ll not take six months to appoint ministers
Mr Buhari, who was sworn-in on May 29, 2015, did not appoint ministers until about six months later in November.
Federal Mortgage Bank, Labour, others roll out low-cost houses for workers
The scheme plans to deliver 200 two and three-bedroom flats in each geo-political zone at prices ranging between N3.1million and N8.3 million
32 million Nigerians struggle with learning disorder – Foundation
About one in every three Nigerian children have dyslexia, a study says
Agency, group train public institutions on how to ease access to information
BPSR and PPDC organised the one-day seminar in Abuja
Religious leaders call for immediate release of Leah Sharibu
Christian and Muslim clerics held a press conference to plead for the release of Miss Sharibu
EU funds workshop to address inadequate advocacy by Nigerian CSOs
The first training in the series is being held at the Tahir Guest Palace Hotel in Kano State.
ActionAid trains Nigerian journalists on fight against social injustice, poverty
Drawn from different media organisations across Nigeria, the journalists were converged in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, for the two-day training.