Why Nigeria can’t release Alamieyeseigha to Britain for trial – Presidency
The Nigerian presidency will also not hand over Mr. Alamieyeseigha to the U.K. for trial.
JTF arrests 4 gunmen, recovers arms, ammunition in Kano
The task force raided a building used by insurgents.
Leadership Newspapers journalists sue Nigerian Police, demand N10m damages
The two reporters were released on Tuesday evening.
APC sets up 14-member committee to resolve contending issues
May adopt final positions on all issues Friday.
INEC announces massive re-organisation, retirement of some directors
According to INEC’s consultants, the number of staff in the commission is way too much.
Denial of Registration: Rival APC sues INEC, hires ‘30 senior lawyers’
The party accused INEC of working in cahoots with the Action Congress of Nigeria, ACN to deny it registration.
Popular Abuja-radio programme “Brekete family” back on air
Brekete Family prides itself as being the only reality radio talk magazine programme in Nigeria.
Group petitions judicial council over El-Rufai’s controversial allocations
Mr. El-Rufai said he budgeted an annual grant to support the judiciary.
Christopher Kolade, SURE-P boss, has not resigned- spokesperson
Mr. Kolade has not resigned, his spokesperson said to PREMIUM TIMES.
My daughter died a natural death, says late Ekiti deputy governor’s father
The father of the late Ekiti State deputy governor, Festus Famuagun, on Monday dismissed speculations in political circles in the state that political opponents desirous of stepping into her post killed the late Olufunmilayo Olayinka, who died on April 6. Mr. Famuagun spoke while receiving members of the Ekiti State House of Assembly, led by […]
Nigerian Presidency resorts to Gestapo tactics as police detain four Leadership editors
In what critics are describing as a creeping descent into dictatorship, the Nigeria Police on Monday detained four journalists of Abuja-based Leadership newspaper for refusing to name their source for a story which alleged the presidency was plotting to sabotage the merger of the leading opposition parties in the country. The story, entitled “Outrage Trails […]
APGA controversy deepens as two national chairmen emerge in one day
The Appeal Court returned Victor Umeh as chairman.
Kidnappers of ex-Borno council boss demand N50mn ransom
The Borno State Government and the Kidnappers haggle over N50 million ransom. By Ola’ Audu
Group asks police to stop harassing Leadership Newspapers
HURIWA asks the Federal Government to go to court if it has a case against the organization.
Tambuwal raps Jonathan over “abuse” of state pardon
The Speaker of the Nigerian Parliament spoke in Abuja on Monday.