Lagos Speaker, Ikuforiji, rejoices over acquittal; thanks God, party leaders
Adeyemi Ikuforiji described EFCC’s charge as spurious.
President Jonathan praises Oyedepo, says he’s done well for Nigeria
President Jonathan says Mr. Oyedepo is accomplished.
Scores of Boko Haram insurgents killed in another failed Konduga attack
Some soldiers were also killed.
EFCC to appeal Lagos Speaker, Ikuforiji’s acquittal over money laundering
The EFCC says it is dissatisfied with the court’s ruling.
Ekiti PDP denies disrupting tribunal proceedings, attacking judge
The Party’s state chairman says the judge should blame himself if he cannot keep the peace in his court.
Violence in Ekiti: Arrest, prosecute Fayose now – APC
APC condemns the Police’s role in the violence.
World Contraception Day 2014: Experts advocate improved access to contraceptives
Experts say increased access would decrease incidence of unwanted pregnancy.
APC alleges attempt by Nigerian govt to cover up $9.3 million scandal
The party hails its members of the House of Representatives for being on the side of the Nigerian people
Boko Haram: Northern elders hail “gallant” Nigerian soldiers
“This Council is political but non-partisan, we don’t belong to any political party…”
Abuja light rail to be completed October 2015 – Minister
“The ongoing Lots IA and 3 will cover a distance of 45.245km.”
Clergy faults adoption of Jonathan as the sole PDP presidential candidate
The Clergy urged other political parties to allow members contest.
Ebola at 6 months: Cities with international airports at risk of Ebola — WHO
The World Health Organisation did a six month review of the Ebola outbreak.
Boko Haram: UNHCR scrambling to move 5,000 Nigerians from Gaboru Ngala
“The refugees rely on the local authorities and villagers for food”.
Why Nigerian elite don’t want Buhari as president – APC chieftain
Okechukwu wants APC leadership to adopt the former military head of state as consensus candidate for the 2015 presidential poll or go through direct primaries
Senate begins probe of Nigeria’s $9.3million cash seized in South Africa
South Africa says the transaction has the imprints of money laundering.
Award-Winning Canadian Documentary Filmmaker Joins American University of Nigeria
In 2005, Professor North won the Best of Show at The Aurora Awards, with his documentary “Remembering Saddam,” and subsequently won Best Reporting Award at the Overseas Press Club
Jonathan to meet Obama, Cameron, Ban Ki Moon at UNGA
The General Assembly will hold in New York.
Boko Haram: NEMA asks Nigerian journalists to monitor relief materials’ distribution
“The task is to ensure that the items go only to those affected.”