Plateau Violence: Controversy, as herders accuse natives of beheading six members
The natives dismiss the allegations.
False monkeypox vaccination rumour spreads to Kwara
The state government refuted the rumour.
Plateau Killings: Adamawa governor offers to broker peace between Fulani, farmers
“I am in a good position to intercede, if it is established that Fulani people are involved in the hostilities.”
I owe no apology for inviting Zuma, erecting his statue – Okorocha
The governor explains why he invites the South African
Church’s N5,000 ‘deliverance fee’ stirs controversy
The fee was reportedly paid to The God’s Spirit Touch Church International.
What I’ll do as Yoruba’s new Aare Onakakanfo – Gani Adams
The OPC leader was appointed by the Alaafin of Oyo.
Wike distances self from vice presidential campaign posters
The governor links posters to mischief makers.
Taraba governor urges licensed miners to access C of O to avoid disruption
The governor says any mining title holder that refuses to take permission or access C of O would not be allowed to mine in Taraba henceforth
Jacob Zuma Statue: Okorocha distances self from viral tweet
The governor had been a butt of joke over erection of a Jacob Zuma statue
Out-of-school children in Sokoto drops by 50 percent – UNICEF
The Fund also says inspection of some projects in schools in Binji revealed a class of 48 pupils in which there were 36 girls as against 12 boys.
Nigeria Army officially ends operation Egwu Eke II
The COAS commends all the officers, soldiers and personnel of para-military organisations that collaborated and synergized during the one month that the exercise lasted
Monkeypox: Gwagwalada residents reject polio vaccine for children
Some parents are citing the outbreak of Monkey pox in some states as their reason for preventing their children from receiving the polio vaccine
Rivers govt announces conclusion of discussion with Real Madrid Foundation for football academy
“This meeting is the height of our deliberation to get the academy started.”
Monkeypox: Rumour of forced military vaccination spreads to Ondo, disrupts school sessions
Several schools closed abruptly on Tuesday as panicky parents besieged them.
Senate summons Minister over neglect of lead poisoning victims
Over 400 persons suffered blindness, infertility and neurological defects due to effect of artisanal and unwholesome mining in 38 villages in Zamfara in 2014.
DEVELOPING STORY: Nnamdi Kanu absent in court as Senator who stood surety wants out
Nnamdi Kanu’s whereabouts is unknown
Cameroonian gendarmes invade Nigerian community, shoot six – Police
“We found out that six persons were shot and they are currently in the hospital.”