Face your legislative duties; you can’t determine how Buhari fights corruption – APC replies PDP Senators
“The PDP Caucus allegations of a selective anti-corruption fight and “belligerent” stance of the current administration is hogwash and baseless.”
Senators, Reps to choose 25% of NDDC’s new projects
“Another 25 per cent of the new projects shall be based on the choice of other stakeholders from the region,’’ the report said.
Senate begins consideration of cattle grazing bill
A senator opposed to the legislation says it is “dead on arrival”.
Synagogue church’s auditorium has no building permit, ex-commissioner tells court
Contractors and trustees of Synagogue Church are facing 111-count charge of gross negligence and criminal manslaughter
Current hardship Nigeria’s opportunity to do right — VP Osinbajo
The vice president says the new foreign exchange policy will attract investments to Nigeria.
Ex-Adamawa varsity VC arraigned for alleged N145million fraud
The court adjourned the matter to October 17,18 and 19 for trial.
Nearly a million kilogrammes of banned drugs seized in Nigeria in 2015 — NDLEA
The Agency also said it won 1,690 cases prosecuted in 2015.
Saraki insists CCT chair, Umar, must quit corruption trial
The senate president says Mr. Umar is biased.
Fayose bombs Buhari, revives President wife’s alleged role in Jefferson bribery scandal
Mrs. Buhari was mentioned in a court document as transferring $170,000 to the American politician using a firm as proxy.
Nigeria suspends tenure policy in federal civil service
The implication is that civil servants can now stay in service until they are 35 years in service, or they are 60 years in age.
Man remanded in prison custody for pouring hot soup on police officer
The accused however pleaded not guilty to the charge.
We only approved field trials, not planting, for GMOs – Nigerian govt.
“Nigerians should be rest assured of the protection of their health and environment by the National Biosafety Management Agency.”
Police in Kaduna nab two men for allegedly raping six-year old girl
Police say the suspects will soon appear in court.
ECOWAS Court dismisses SERAP’s case against Nigerian govt for lack of factual merit
SERAP had alleged that the Federal Government violated the rights to life, health, adequate shelter, human dignity of IDPs.
Synagogue Building Collapse: Church turns down request for documents, says witness
The Sept. 12, 2014 guest house collapse led to the death of 116 persons, 85 of who were South Africans.
Ondo Governorship Poll: NYSC warns corps members against partisanship
The corps urges members to serve as neutral umpires, and avoid acts contrary to the provisions of the electoral laws.
Boko Haram: Army condoles families of 18 slain mourners in Adamawa
The Army says it will dislodge Boko Haram terrorists hiding in the area.
Nigerian military commiserates with Adamawa community over recent Boko Haram attack
The military assured that remnants of Boko Haram insurgents in the area will be flushed
Abuja journalists declare 7 days mourning for Chuks Ehirim
“He will be remembered more importantly as a much detribalised Nigerian.”
Champion fight against corruption, NYSC DG urges corps members
Mr. Kazaure blamed the country’s woes on corruption.