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Akpabio says Jonathan’s pilgrimage to Israel will change Nigeria

 Akpabio says: ““This being the first pilgrimage by a Nigerian leader to Jerusalem, I believe that God is going to look at Nigeria favourably and our lives would never be the same again.“ Advertisement

Fire guts PDP chieftain’s home in Ibadan

The PDP chieftain said he was however glad that no life was lost in the incident. Advertisement

Abeokuta boils as commercial motorcyclists clash in court

Suspected hoodlums believed to be members of the Ogun State chapter of Amalgamated Commercial Motorcycle Owners and Riders Association (ACOMORAN), popularly called Okada riders, on Wednesday took their violent factional battle to the premises of the Federal High Court, Abeokuta, where they engaged one another in a free for all. The warring factions of the […]

How we are sanitizing, restoring Aba — Gov. Orji

Governor Orji affirmed that Aba operations of the ASEPA was in need of equipment and urged the management to put the new equipment to use immediately. Advertisement

Cholera Outbreak: Plateau to deport Nasarawa refugees

11 lives lost from outbreak. Advertisement

Suspected Ogun Vigilance Service officer rapes student

 Incident cause protest by fellow students. Advertisement

Enugu Governorship: Chime knows fate November 8

As Court of Appeal adjourns hearing on suit filed against his nomination by the PDP in 2011. Advertisement

Nasarawa CPC chairman threatens court action against Gov. Al-Makura over state funds

El-Yakub regrets supporting Al-Makura in 2011 Advertisement

No Lieutenant Colonel arrested in Damaturu attacks – Nigerian Army

The 3 Division, Special Operations Battalion, Damaturu, on Monday refuted media reports that it arrested a retired Lieutenant Colonel, who allegedly led violent attacks on Damaturu on Oct. 24. Abdullahi Aliyu, the Commander of the battalion, refuted the report when Alhaji Ibrahim Gaidam of Yobe inspected arms, ammunition and vehicles recovered from the attackers. He […]

Police arrests notorious Ogun robber linked to dozens of officers’ deaths

The robber, popularly known as Ogodogodo, is responsible for the deaths of more than 20 security officials. Advertisement

Ogun broadcasters to assess performances of South-West governors

The association celebrates its 2013 week. Advertisement

Ogun Governor donates N2 million to ailing actor, Pa Kasumu

The actor was diagnosed with heart ailment. Advertisement

Commission will hear Ombatse priest testimony on October 28

The Ombatse priest asked that adequate security be provided for him. Advertisement

NGO rehabilitates, re-unites ‘area boy’ with parents in Abeokuta

The young man was a gang member. Advertisement

Electricity prepaid meters used to illustrate the story.

Pre-paid meters: Indigenous firms partner Ikeja DISCO on installation

The Ikeja Disco said the scheme is not compulsory for residents of the zone. Advertisement

Amosun swears-in new Chief of Staff

Olatunde is a Professor of Etymology. Advertisement

Ikogosi Warm Springs Resort records 190,000 visitors in 2 years

The resort is in Ikogosi, Ekiti State. Advertisement

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APC frowns at imposition of levies on council polls candidates in Enugu, Ebonyi

Party says it’s a rehearsal for the manipulation of the 2015 polls Advertisement

CROCODYLUS NILOTICUS

Crocodile causes scare at council secretariat in Kwara

The crocodile was eventually killed by the workers. Advertisement

Commission spends N192 million on education in Nigeria

The projects were done by the Nigeria-Sao Tome and Principe Joint Development Authority. Advertisement

The approved APC logo, released early Wednesday morning

Court dismisses APC’s application to stop local government elections in Kwara

The council elections are scheduled to hold on Saturday. Advertisement

Cholera: FG donates cholera kits to Zamfara

There had been an outbreak of cholera in Zamfara. Advertisement

Court remands four men for allegedly kidnapping two Warri Refinery workers

The suspects’ pleas were not taken. Advertisement

Collapsed school wall kills pupil in Ota

Four other pupils sustained injuries. Advertisement

Oyo NURTW: Court declines jurisdiction on Tokyo’s suit against Ajimobi, others

The applicants had asked that the governor be imprisoned. Advertisement