I’m ‘distressed, depressed’ by killings in Nigeria – Buhari
“It is not all Muslims that are against Christians and neither are all Christians against Muslims,” says Mr Buhari.
PTCIJ Documentary Premiere: Journalists in Abuja, Lagos call for press freedom
The short documentary is an exposition on the state of press freedom in the country at present.
Buhari appoints new ICRC boss, nominates six for NBS board
The nominations were contained in letters read at Senate plenary Tuesday.
Court frowns as prosecution stalls Dino Melaye’s trial
The court adjourned the matter to December 5 and 13.
Senate investigates diversion of N378billion NLNG dividend by Buhari’s govt
The federal government illegally diverted $1.05 billion to secretly fund subsidy payment on petroleum products.
Atiku ‘committed to elimination of fuel subsidy process’
The Peoples Democratic Party’s presidential candidate says the Buhari administration has mismanaged the fuel subsidy.
How we successfully separated, stabilised conjoined twins – Nigerian surgeon
Unemployed father of the twins appeal to government for a job
Presidential panel has no powers to prosecute suspects, seize properties, appeal court rules
The panel, upon conclusion of investigation, can only submit its report to the president.
Passengers protest at Abuja airport over faulty sound system
Passengers report cases of missed flights due to the failure.
My priority if elected Nigerian President – Oby Ezekwesili
The presidential candidate also reacts to the Gates Foundation report on Nigeria.
Prince Charles acknowledges UK role in horror of slave trade
The heir-to-the-British throne says the “atrocity left an indelible stain on the history of our world’’.
Court punishes Police for prolonged detention of man accused of robbery at Magu’s residence
The suspect has been held since January and the family says he has been badly tortured.
492 Shiites killed by Nigerian govt in four years — Falana
The lawyer asks for justice for victims of the extra-judicial killings.
Certificate Forgery: Adamawa lawmakers says won’t probe Governor Bindow
The lawmakers said the matter is already being heard by a court.
Senate reacts to PREMIUM TIMES report, vows probe of NLNG fund diversion
Senate President Saraki says he had been inundated by calls from Nigerians who wanted to know the position of the Senate on the matter.
Buhari quietly appoints son-in-law as head of Border Agency
The appointment was neither announced by the Presidency nor the Secretary to the Government of the Federation.
Why APC senators refused to remove Saraki as senate president – Shehu Sani
The lawmaker says the ruling party does not have the number of lawmakers required to carry out its plan.
Minimum Wage: NNPC assures of fuel supply as strike looms across Nigeria
The NNPC says it has enough petrol to last Nigeria at least 25 days.
Prince Charles to address herdsmen attacks during Nigeria visit – Official
The British prince will arrive Nigeria with his wife.
Minimum Wage: Ignore court order, go ahead with strike, civil society group tells labour
JAF said the strike is the only way to get the government to accept the proposed minimum wage.
UN reviews Nigeria’s human rights record, 13 other countries
The ultimate goal is to improve human rights situation for people around the globe.
Stop justifying rights abuses, Amnesty tells Nigerian, U.S. govts
“Basic human rights are not subject to whims of world leaders,” the global agency tells the two governments.