UPDATED: Two killed, 37 injured in Nasarawa gas explosion
The government says it will steps to unravel the cause of the tragedy.
University of Abuja suspends SUG election indefinitely over violence
Some students laud the decision of the Abuja university.
Abuja Tremor: Minister suspends mining, quarrying, borehole drilling in affected areas
“I felt it on my feet. I was sitting down and I felt the ground was moving in my feet,” an Abuja resident said.
Several tricycles damaged as ‘Keke Napep’ drivers protest in Abuja
About 50 tricycles were damaged in the melee.
2019: PDP North-central leaders want consensus candidate
Bukola Saraki, David Mark and Jonah Jang are all from the North-central.
Niger govt pays youth volunteers N1.2 billion in three years
The volunteers handle sanitation issues and controls traffic, among other duties in the state.
Gunmen kill two in fresh Barkin Ladi, Plateau violence
Soldiers have been deployed to the site of Tuesday’s killings.
Abuja VIO generates N1bn revenue in first half 2018
“Impounding or seizure of vehicles does not make up to 10 per cent of the agency’s revenue.”
Niger pays N2.6 billion as retirement benefits to 1,599 pensioners
Out of the figure 456 pensioners were for the state, while 1,143 belonged to the local governments.
PDP kicks as Plateau Assembly again extends tenure of local govt chairpersons
It is the fifth time the tenure of the council administrators was being extended
23 Kwara lawmakers deny taking bribes to defect to PDP
The lawmakers are alleged to have each collected N15 million.
Thugs disrupt governing council meeting in Kogi Poly
The rector has reportedly been accused of high-handedness and gross misconduct.
Plateau tertiary institutions commence indefinite strike
The action comes following the end of a seven-day ultimatum.