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Dana Crash: Dana Air says crashed plane is fully insured

The management of Dana defends the airline over allegations that it has insufficient insurance cover

NPA retirees protest non-payment of 21 year old emoluments

Retirees of the Nigerian Ports Authorities, some of them in their 70s, took to the streets to protest the non-payment of their retirement benefits

36 governors seek increased security votes, state police, to combat Boko Haram

The state governors say more money is one of the things they need to tackle the rising spate of insecurity

Lagos doctors to amend suit filed against state government

The Lagos doctors under the employ of the state government worry that the National Industrial Court lacks jurisdiction to entertain their amended suit

Ogun PDP crisis: Obasanjo loses

An Ogun State high court has ratified the Buruji Kashamu and Bayo Dayo led faction of the PDP

Fresh youth restiveness: Kaduna reinstates 24-hour curfew

The Kaduna State government has imposed a 24-hour curfew following fresh uprisings in the city

Damaturu siege: How Gunmen tried to free colleague

The gun battle in Damaturu, the Yobe state capital, yesterday, was caused by gunmen who tried to free their colleague captured by soldiers

Gov. Aliyu calls on FG to release the White Paper on bomb blasts

Governor Aliyu of Niger state says the white paper will reveal those behind the bombings

Army confirms death of one officer in Kaduna attack

A soldier on duty at the Shalom Church of God was killed during Sunday

Midnight fire guts radiology department of Federal Medical Centre Abeokuta

Fire damages muti-million naira equipment Ogun hospital

Malnutrition linked to insecurity in Nigeria

A biochemistry professor of the University of Lagos, Osaretin Ebuehi, corrolate violence and insecurity in Nigeria to poor nutrition

JTF kills 5 gunmen, arrests 7 others in Kano

The Joint Security Task Force killed five gunmen and arrested seven other in Kano on Friday

NECO, post-UTME exams clash

Students seeking admission into Nigerian Universities are caught up in the clash in the NECO and post-UME examinations time-table

Landslide renders over 150 people homeless in Anambra

About 150 people have become displace in Anambra State as result of a landslide.

Churches bar members from donating blood, official says

Blood Transfusion centre in Enugu alleges that some churches have instructed their members not to donate their blood

Former THISDAY editor agrees to continue Sunday column after talks with publisher

Simon Kolawole, ex-editor of THISDAY, will not disappoint his numerous readers this Sunday.

Day of the African Child: Groups say children with disability are misunderstood

It is vital to challenge the belief that physical and mental disability is a sign of witchcraft

Ogun State ACN crisis deepens

Members of the ACN in Ogun State are upset with the state governor; they say he imposed on them, candidates for the forth-coming Local Government elections.

Air Nigeria resumes flight operations

Air Nigeria has been cleared by the Nigerian Civil Authority

DFID to spend 36 million pounds on teacher training in Nigeria

DFID says it plans to provide school teachers with intensive training in English, Mathematics, Science and Technology

Court jails LG officials over fraud

Two Local government staff of Taraba State have been arraigned by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission

Dana Crash: Dana Airline took compensation cover of $350m – MD

Dana Airways reassures relatives of the crash victims of the airline

'Diesel engine exhaust carcinogenic' — WHO

WHO says that exhaust fumes from diesel engines can cause lung cancer

Zamfara Attack: Residents flee Dangulbi for safety

A mass exodus has followed a Monday attack that saw the death of about 26 people in villages in Zamfara

Gunmen attack traditional ruler in Ogun State

An Ogun State monarch and his lawyer were attacked by gunmen in Ikenne