Alleged Internet Fraud: Naira Marley counter’s EFCC documents in court
Naira Marley’s trial for his alleged involvement in credit card fraud continued on Friday.
Civic groups urge Nigeria’s rights commission to act on “anti-democratic” bills
The groups said they were concerned with “deliberate attempts by the State to close the democratic space…”
South West Houses of Assembly reject Miyetti Allah’s request to join Amotekun
The Amotekun bills have been passed and lawmakers say they had no reason to include MACBAN or respond to their demand.
Emergency simulation exercise holds at Lagos airport
The exercise is aimed at ascertaining the level of preparedness of the airport in real-life emergency situations.
N614bn Bailout: FG begins deducting from states’ allocations
The federal government extended the conditional budget support facility to the 35 states in 2017.
Insecurity: Kano govt to recruit 2,200 constabulary personnel for community policing
Each of the states 44 council areas will benefit from the arrangement, and will have 50 constabulary personnel each.
Court nullifies impeachment of ex-Kogi deputy governor, Simon Achuba
Mr Achuba was impeached by the Kogi State House of Assembly on October 18, 2019.Mr Achuba was impeached by the Kogi State House of Assembly on October 18, 2019.
Nigerian Army’s current achievement against Boko Haram best yet — Army Chief
Mr Buratai’s representative says despite “media propaganda”, the fact is that “this is the best time we’ve ever had.”
Bill on community policing scales second reading in House of Reps
A similar bill reached the same stage in the Senate a fortnight ago
Why Abuja street was named after Stella Adadevoh – Official
The official said the trending signpost showing ‘Ameyo Adadevoh way’ preempted plans for an official unveiling ceremony.
Why we’ve not been paying National Assembly, Judiciary full allocation — Finance Minister
The official said many agencies got an average of 50 per cent of their capital budgets in 2019, while those under statutory transfers got an average of 85 per cent of their budgets.
Senate holds valedictory session for Ignatius Longjan
Mr Longjan, an APC senator representing Plateau South, died on February 9.
Bill to establish South West Development Commission scales second reading
The House of Reps is debating a bill to establish the South West Development Commission
LAUTECH expels 45 students for involvement in examination malpractices (LIST)
Five students were also suspended for four semesters (two years) while the certificates of two graduates were withdrawn.
Bayelsa Governorship: Supreme Court dismisses APC’s review application
The Court said it cannot change its own ruling.
Bayelsa governorship: Supreme Court set to deliver judgement on APC application
A seven-member panel of the apex court, led by Justice Sylvester Ngwuta, announced the stand down after taking arguments from lawyers on the matter.
Another African country confirms case of coronavirus
Coronavirus, which originated from China in December, has spread to about 30 countries.
Nigerians face 35% electricity tariff increase — Official
Power generation and distribution regulators are warning citizens to brace for energy consumption at N32 per kilowatt hour