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22 police recruits arraigned for fake certificates

Some 22 police recruits attending training at the Police Training College in Ilorin, were on Friday arraigned before two magistrates’ courts in Ilorin for allegedly using fake documents to gain employment into the Nigeria Police Force. The accused persons were arraigned on a four-count charge of criminal conspiracy, forgery, impersonation and using as true certificates known to be false, contrary to sections 97, 363,132 […]

Army parades pastor, police officer for gunrunning, sale of military kits to terrorists

The army attributes the success of its operation to a revision of its strategies in combating the increasing waves of attacks by armed groups

Top Nigerian pastors gather in Lagos in prayer for country

The clergymen believe Nigeria needs prayer to conquer its numerous challenges and become great

Jonathan ignored PPPRA

Official say the president opted for the controversial full deregulation to close the sources of corruption in the fuel importation scheme exploited by politicians against Nigerians

No Compensation for Deported Nigerians

In the move to quell the diplomatic feud, South Africa has apologized to Nigeria, but it will not compensate the deportees.

National Assembly approves 2012 budget

The budget now awaits the president's assent

JTF fighting Boko Haram

Army denies killing six in Adamawa

The Brigade in Yola says it was not involved in the Mubi killings

$12.4bn oil windfall suit for re-adoption of written addresses tomorrow

Civil societies demand that the Attorney General of the Federation and the Central Bank of Nigeria, make public the Okigbo report on the oil wind fall

Europa League: Bilbao send United out

The English Team is out of the continental contest

Groups urge governments to devote 5 percent of income to alternative energy

Participants also called on African governments to adopt alternative energy sources that are community-driven and sustainable.

Abuja High Court transfers Salami's suit to Court of Appeal

Former President of the Court of Appeal will be transferred to the Court of Appeal in Abuja. There his suit against the National Judicial Council will be adjudicated

Jonathan urges corporate bodies to sponsor pilgrims.

President Goodluck Jonathan encourages private partnership in the sponsorship of annual pilgrimages

SEC

Ms Oteh dismissed the House hearings as a Kangaroo court, worse than what applied in

EFCC docks Banks managers over N500m fraud

The bankers are standing trial for fraud.

VIDEO: SEC DG versus House committee on capital market

The embattled SEC boss who has been shown to abuse her office threw mud at the lawmakers grilling her says House members demanded N44 million bribe

Godwin Daboh, former PDP zonal auditor, dies

The end came for the controversial politician

Fire guts Rochas Okorocha Foundation's building in Abuja

The fire service saved the building from burning down completely

SEC boss says House members demanded N44 million bribe

The embattled SEC boss who has been shown to abuse her office threw mud at the lawmakers grilling her

Lagos files two suits against police over Occupy Nigeria victims

The state government says it is determined to get justice for those killed by police during fuel subsidy protest

D’Banj, Don Jazzy have 50-50 stake in Mo’Hits records – Premium Times investigation

Both artistes have 30,000 shares each in the six-year old company

FEC approves N15.4billion for five new power sub-stations, water contracts

The contracts are demonstration of government

FCT indigenes blast minister, reject naming of Abuja district after Jonathan

The group says the minister is only trying to curry favour from the president by his action

SSS parades suspected Boko Haram members over murdered Briton, Italian expatriates

The secret police says it has the killers of the two murdered expatriates in its net

Police names victims of Jos crash

The police say it is investigating the incident

House to conduct public hearing on liquidation of NITEL, MTEL

The House of representative members warn that it would be a great economic loss to Nigeria, if NITEL and MTEL are sold for less than its real market value