Amidst rift with Oshiomhole, Obaseki vows not to leave APC
Although Mr Oshiomhole, now the national chairman of the APC, helped Mr Obaseki to power, both men have been at daggers drawn for several months.
Alleged 820 Bus Fraud: Ambode’s commissioners deny indicting him
The ex-commissioners said the reports were a misrepresentation of the proceedings on October 15.
We’ll open up Calabar to the rest of Nigeria — Buhari
The president receives the Obong of Calabar, Ekpo Okon Abasi, Otu V.
Buhari approves N10 billion emergency works for Enugu Airport
This was the high point of the courtesy call on the president by a delegation of governors and leaders of the Southeast on Thursday at the State House in Abuja.
Buhari orders forensic audit of NDDC operations since 2001
The agency has little to show for the billions of naira it has received in the last 19 years.
Bauchi fires school principal for underfeeding students
The state government sacked the principal and some staff of Hassan Usman Katsina Unity College for serving the food of 350 students to over 1,200 students
How vigilante group tortured debtor to death over N3,000 – Police
A fellow trader had accused John Yakubu of owing him N3,000
Child rape ‘becoming alarming’ in Gombe – Human Rights Commission
Nine states alongside Gombe, are yet to domesticate the Act and the states include Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Sokoto, Yobe and Zamfara
Rivers govt. inaugurates Road Safety Advisory Council
The state advisory council is chaired by the Secretary to the State Government, with the FRSC Sector Commander in Rivers as the alternate Chairman.
Fayemi signs law to prevent abandonment of projects by new administrations
Mr Fayemi signs six other bills into law.
Fayemi presents scorecard on one-year election anniversary
Mr Fayemi said several development partners and international financial institutions will be funding developmental projects in the state
Bayelsa 2019: Police will deploy ‘over 30,000 officers’ for election – Inspector-General
“We will provide a level-playing ground for everybody and we will ensure that the election will be free and fair,” the police boss said.
Sex-For-Grades: UI releases hotlines for sexual harassment complaints
The Vice-Chancellor, Abel Olayinka, said the University of Ibadan has zero-tolerance for sexual harassments and misconducts.
Road crashes claim 351 lives in three Northern central states
A total of 2,413 persons were injured in the accidents that took place in Benue, Nasarawa and Plateaus States in nine months.
Kogi 2019: 45 parties adopt Yahaya Bello as candidate
The coalition also included 18 political parties that had earlier voluntarily withdrawn from the election to brighten the chances of Mr Bello in the election
INEC recruits 81 physically-challenged persons for Kogi election
The physically-challenged persons will serve as ad hoc staff during the November 16 governorship poll.
Man, 28, arrested for allegedly beating wife to death
Kazeem Yusuf allegedly beat his 26-year-old wife to death during an argument