Nigerian college students in violent protest; burn clinic, eight vehicles
“They burnt down our school clinic with two ambulances.”
We “cannot sleep with our eyes closed because of the media” – Lai Mohammed
The Nigerian government reiterated its commitment to press freedom.
Nigerian govt detains more Southern Cameroonian separatists
The activists are currently held in an Abuja Police station.
How NEITI can help Nigeria recover billions of Naira unremitted revenue – Falana
The lawyer urges NEITI to invoke its prosecution powers against erring entities.
Nigerian govt paid ransom for release of Chibok girls – Senators
“What they did in Chibok earned them some funds, because negotiations were held somehow and they got a lot of money.”
Yobe School Attack: We can’t confirm ‘rescue’ of missing schoolgirls — Nigerian military
The Yobe State government said Wednesday night that some girls were rescued and were with the Army.
We are yet to fully return to CAN — Catholic bishops
The CBCN pulled out of the Christian Association five years ago, citing politicization of CAN’s leadership as reason for its decision.
Lawmaker questions removal of Northern Senators Forum chairman
The pro-Buhari lawmaker was removed for alleged “mismanagement”.
We will not condone cattle rustling in Kogi – Government
Kogi State Government says its open arms is no invitation to criminals.
One of world’s 6,000 languages disappears every two weeks – UNESCO
“A language is far more than a means of communication.”
2019: Why I was removed as Northern Senators’ Forum chairman – Pro-Buhari Senator
Abdullahi Adamu criticised his colleagues on the 2019 election sequence.
Perception of corruption worsens in Nigeria – Transparency International Report
In West Africa, Nigeria is the second worst performer out of 17 countries.
Yobe Attack: Soldiers rescue some kidnapped schoolgirls – State Govt
“The rescued girls are now in the custody of the Nigerian Army.”
How we spent N65 million on website – Nigerian govt
An exclusive story by PREMIUM TIMES revealed the expenditure by the office of the SGF.
Amnesty International accuses Nigerian security forces of widespread abuses
The report lists a number of atrocities committed against Nigerians.