Keeping It Real With Adeola Fayehun (Episode 42): Jonathan’s 155-page scorecard & other issues
For those who do not believe in the many achievements of President Goodluck Jonathan, this week on Keeping it Real, Adeola Fayehun takes you through the 155 pages of his recently released progress report. She also discusses why Nigeria is borrowing a billion dollars from China. Also, find out what happens when a father of […]
17, 550 secondary school students fail promotion examination in Niger state
The Niger State Commissioner for Education, Susan Gana, has said that 17, 550 senior secondary school students in the state have failed their 2011/2012 promotion examination. Mrs Gana said at a press briefing in Minna on Saturday that those affected had been demoted. She said that 57, 510 students were registered for the promotion examination out of which 39, […]
24 hour curfew imposed on Damaturu as JTF arrests 25 ‘terrorists’
The JTF say they will advise the government on when to relax the curfew
Lokoja floods: Thousands of motorists stranded on Abuja-Lokoja road
Some of the travelers have been stranded in Lokoja for two days.
Jubril Aminu rejects State Police, says Nigerian leaders are intolerant
The former Senator believes selfish politicians contribute to Nigeria’s disunity, and make implementation of State Police impossible.
Former police boss, Sunday Ehindero, remanded in Kuje prison
The former police chief is yet to meet his bail conditions
CBN Governor, Lamido Sanusi, eats humble pie, backs down on N5000 note
Mr. Sanusi says the N5000 note remains suspended until a fresh presidential directive
Ogun to renovate site of October 2005 Bellview plane crash
The Lisa Memorial Arcade can rake in huge revenues for Ogun State, commissioner said.
Violent protests against anti-Islam film kills 15 in Pakistan
The anti-Islamic film has continued to generate a row between the USA and Muslims the world over.
Flood kills 13 persons, destroys 36,000 houses in Jigawa
The past months in Nigeria have witnessed floods that have caused great pains across the country.
South Africa issues arrest warrant for youth leader Malema
Julius Malema, who has played a key role in the mine unrest in South Africa has been accused of corruption.
Abuja court rules former police boss, Ehindero, ‘must’ face corruption trial
Former Inspector General of Police, Sunday Ehindero for allegedly embezzling money meant for the police force.
Federal Health workers ground activities in Lagos hospitals
The patients are the usual victims of the war between health workers and the government.
Government lied on subsidy payments , indicted oil marketers claim
First batch of subsidy trial suspects deny collecting money from government.
Corruption, poor governance destroy University of Abuja -FG panel
The University of Abuja is a mockery of the university system, a panel set up to investigate the activities of the school says.
Nigeria won’t develop by relying on Natural resources- UK Parliament
A UK parliamentary report states that the Nigerian government has failed to invest in its people.
UPDATED: 2013 budget ready in October- Finance Minister
Nigeria’s 2013 budget will be made available to Nigerians by October, the Minister of Finance and Coordinating Minister for the Economy, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala has said.