Imo women march for Okorocha at 50

Some women in Imo state indulged in a road work in celebration of the state governor’s birthday.

Flood: Primary school building collapses in Bayelsa

The community members have appealed to the state and federal government for help.

Delta opens four more relief camps for flood victims

The floods in Delta State have displaced thousands of people in the state.

Mother accuses Lagos Judge of theft, harassment

The judge faces petitions on his personal conduct outside the room with the police and the NJC.

Flood: Bishop decries congestion in Edo relief camps

The relief camps in Edo State, for displaced victims from the floods, are congested.

UPDATE: Police confirm 25 killed in Mubi attacks, residents insist figure higher

At least 27 students were killed in an attack in Mubi, Adamawa State.

Flood: Two dead, thousands displaced in Delta

The governor of the oil rich state says the state cannot address the floods alone.

Sultan, Obasanjo pay tribute at Lateef Adegbite’s burial

Serving and former leaders poured encomiums on the deceased

UniBen main gate

UNIBEN blames flooding on FG, Edo State’s nonchalance

The University now needs N1.3 bn to address the flood that could have been prevented.

Lateef Adegbite buried

The former Islamic leader was laid to rest at about 4:10p.m.

Kaduna Governor says Kaduna is too dirty

Mr. Yakowa blamed everyone but officials of his government for the dirty state of Kaduna.

Sympathizers throng late Adegbite’s home

A condolence register has been opened at the home of the deceased.

Impeachment: Taraba Deputy Governor challenges Panel’s competence

The Deputy Governor is challenging the legality of the panel in court.

Falana weighs in on name debate in Osun

Human rights attorney, Femi Falana, is trading legal tackles with the Secretary to the Federal Government, Anyim Pius Anyim, who, Thursday in Abuja described the appellation, “State of Osun,” as illegal and unconstitutional. The decision by the current administration in Osun State to characterize itself as “State of Osun,” rather that “Osun State” has been the subject of contention between […]

Armed militants did not surrender to us, JTF, police say

Security operatives say they arrested 156 suspected militants in their raids since Monday.

Aerial view of flooded lokoja city3

Four people missing, hundreds of farmlands submerged in Kogi flood

At least four people have been reported missing in the flood that ravaged various communities in Kogi State.

Lagos shuts 13 more companies for N140m tax evasion

Lagos state clamps down on serial tax defaulters.

Adamawa relaxes 24-hour curfew in Mubi

Mubi residents can now move outdoors from 6.a.m to 3p.m.

APC Chairman, Adams Oshiomhole

Oshiomhole demands judicious use of Ecological Fund

Three local governments in Edo have suffered from the flood that has affected 23 states

Lagos Council closes illegal crèche

The crèche was located in a dirty environment.

Trigger happy cop to die by hanging, court rules

Three years after he shot a three-year old, the cop will die by hanging.

Ogun University to issue 6yrs backlog certificates

Over forty thousand students of the Olabisi Onabanjo University who graduated years ago, will finally get their degree certificates.

Lokoja and environs has been submerged by water

NEMA spends N300 million on flood victims in North Central

There is shortage of basic items in the relief camps set up for the flood victims.

Flood: Five dead as Jigawa farmers beg for food

Impending famine in Jigawa, if the Federal government fails to provide rescue and relief materials.

Tribunal strikes out certificate forgery case against Oshiomhole

The election tribunal held that allegations of certificate forgery was a pre-election matter not meant for the tribunal.