Rashidi Yekini’s children want inquest 4 years after father’s death
Yekini’s two daughters also want a testimonial match for their late father.
In Children’s Day message, Buhari reaffirms commitment to electoral promises
The president urges children to exhibit the virtues of handwork and discipline.
Real Reason Amaechi turned against Jonathan – Ibim Semenitari
A PDP insider, Dan Kunle, also shared, for the first time, deep secrets about why the party is now in disarray.
Labour will only accept a minimum wage govt can pay – NLC factional leader
The Ajaero faction wants N90,000 as the new minimum wage.
UNESCO Director-General welcomes freeing of Azerbaijan journalists, Khadija Ismayilova
Ms. Ismayilova is laureate of UNESCO Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize 2016
Omisore threatens to sue EFCC, demands N500 million
Mr. Omisore says declaring him wanted is “malicious”.
Nigerian govt. closes case against Orubebe, ex-minister to open defence
Mr. Orubebe will open his defence on May 31.
Arms Deal: How I received N108m from Badeh – Witness
Justice Abang adjourned to June 14, 15 and 16, 2016 for further hearing.
Nigerian govt. begins process of appointing ambassadors, says minister
The minister explains the delay in making the appointments.
PDP Crisis: Why court sacked Makarfi, reinstated Modu Sheriff
Two senior lawyers clash over who should represent PDP.
Nigeria deploys experts to tackle massive tomato scarcity
A big basket of tomatoes that went for N3000 to N3500 now sells for N28,000 to N29,000.
Buhari appoints new Comptroller-General of Nigeria Immigration
Mr. Babandede was first appointed last week.
Nigeria receives record drug donation to fight worm disease
Nigeria is the world’s most endemic country for schistosomiasis
Borno Emirs return home, two years after fleeing Boko Haram insurgents
Three emirs have yet to return to their bases.
Nigerian Christians Pilgrims Commission gets new executive secretary
Mr. Uja becomes the second executive Secretary of the NCPC, after pioneer secretary, John-Kennedy Opara.
Igwe Vincent Ilo, father of OSIWA Country Director, Jude Ilo,buried in Enugu
Sympathizers described the later monarch as a forthright man who detested bribery and short cuts.
2015 Nov/Dec WASSCE: WAEC cancels results of candidates involved in malpractices
The committee meets twice a year, to consider matters relating to the conduct of the WASSCE for school candidates and private candidates
Presbyterian Church condemns Nigerian govt’s alleged plan to merge religious studies in schools
The church calls on the federal government to punish all perpetrators of terror among herdsmen.
EFCC’s treatment of Fani-Kayode ‘inhuman’, aide alleges
The aide says Mr. Fani-Kayode is being mistreated in gross abuse of court processes
Court overrules Nigerian govt on lawyer’s access to Dasuki
The court orders a neutral place for Mr. Dasuki to brief lawyers
Sokoto Governor, Tambuwal, establishes Due Process Office
The state government appoints an executive secretary for the new office.
Shi’ite Leader, El-Zakzaky, sues Nigerian govt. for prolonged detention
The spiritual leader has been in detention since December last year after his sect clashed with the Nigerian military