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Drama as Otedola refuses to answer lawmakers

Chairman of Zenon Petroleum, Femi Otedola proves stubborn at House of Representative hearing.

NSCDC raises alarm on existence of fake biometric card syndicate

The civil defence corps says that criminal elements have infiltrated the private guards industry

Subsidy: Integrated Oil, Oando fault technical committee

Oil companies that have been indicted for allegedly receiving illegal subsidy payments insist that government officials signed off on the payments

Families of Dana crash victims reluctant to submit claims forms

Dana Air says that less than half of the crash victims

NYSC directs corps members to resume in troubled states

NYSC says that adequate preparations have been made to ensure the safety of the corps members in all the states

U.S. Embassy in Nigeria begins 119 million-dollar annex project

United States is expanding its embassy in Abuja

D-8 group to discuss Nigerian Gene Bank challenges

Nigeria is working with 7 other countries to develop high quality seeds

New NSA hopeful of Boko Haram ceasefire

The newly appointed National Security Adviser has visited Borno as a first step to resolving the Boko Haram crisis

Nigeria's life expectancy lowest in West Africa —— Expert

Zamfara state has not stopped illegal mining even after an acute lead poisoning described as the

4 killed in Yobe attack, police say

The attackers and the attacked lost their lives in the Damaturu crisis

Atiku, Ndoma-Egba commend history making Nigerian

The former Vice President said Mr. Ohuabunwa's achievement was a wake up call to Nigerian leaders to know that "no amount of money spent on education is ever too much."

Beware of fake EFCC officials, commission warns

he EFCC says some people are parading themselves as officials of the commission to dupe unsuspecting victims.

Police arrest 147 over Kaduna violence

I47 youth have been arrested for their involvement in the recent Kaduna Violence

EFCC arraigns fraudsters for defrauding Australian

Two suspected fraudsters, Abiola Ayanlaja and Michael Atirene, have been accused of defrauding an Australian lady.

Immigration refuses 31,556 foreigners entry into Nigeria

Nigerian Immigration Service said it denied over 30,000 foreigners visas to enter the country

Death toll in Kano attack rises to 18

Police in Kaduna says 18 people have been killed in the crisis

HIV/AIDS: WHO earmarks N10m for condoms in Adamawa

The WHO says the condoms will help reduce the rising spate of HIV/AIDS

Patience Jonathan bags UN Africa's Tourism Ambassador award

A UN organ has named Patience Jonathan a tourism ambassador

Insecurity: Northern youth blast Mark for blaming elders

Northern youth say that senate president has not been in the forefront of the fight against insecurity

SSS dismisses 2 operatives accused of armed robbery

The SSS has dismissed two of its operatives who were charged to court by the police for alleged armed robbery

FG, EPIC Oil to create 100,000 jobs through new refinery

The new refinery to be located in President Jonathan

UNILORIN expels 13 students for misconduct

The students have been expelled for such offenses as


After much ado, The Ogun State electoral commission has given the Obasanjo led faction of Ogun PDP, the go ahead to contest the local government elections in the state.

2 SSS officials remanded for alleged armed robbery

2 officials of the State Security Service have been accused of robbery

Commercial activities pick up in Kaduna

People thronged the markets and open banks in Kaduna following the relaxed curfew