Anti-Corruption: Group honours Ribadu, Okauru, others
The group praised Mr. Ribadu and others for their effort in turning around the financial sector.
Why Plateau crisis has lingered — Police Commissioner
Plateau government urges citizens to return to God as crisis is sign of end time
Oyo stops payment of WAEC fees for students, introduces education levy
The decision is as a result of the state’s dwindling finances.
Former Ekiti “speaker” rejects Fayose’s appointment, refuses to be screened
The former lawmaker was an ally of the governor.
Police warn against children accepting sweets, biscuit from unknown persons
The police identified frequent ‘parties’ by youth as another easy means of getting initiated into cultism.
Kano marks 100 ‘illegal structures’ for demolition
Many filling stations will be affected in the demolition and beautification drive of the administration.
Patients suffer in Ondo Federal Medical Centre as doctors, management bicker
The resident doctors are threatening to embark on another strike.
Flood: Government to evacuate 10,000 people in Sokoto
The people will be evacuated from flood prone communities.
Edo will give priority to girl-child education — Oshiomhole’s wife
Mrs. Oshiomhole was later invested as the patron, Nigerian Girls Guide Association, Edo State Chapter.
Robbers invade Ebonyi University, steal millions from ATM
Witnesses say N10million may have been stolen.
Kaduna Senator buys army recruitment forms for 190 youth
The senator says he wants the youth to have a better future and help restore peace to the state.
Post-UTME: 6,000 candidates jostle for 1,000 Slots at Ekiti University
Two students were expelled for examination malpractice.
Electricity restored to Mubi, other towns retaken from Boko Haram
Mr. Mustapha said that restoring the light was capital intensive due to the level of destruction.
Sokoto outlaws lodging in hotels without valid identification
Governor Tambuwal commends the Federal Government for the proactive measure adopted in containing insurgency in the country.
Printers, artisans protest El-Rufai’s planned demolition of business cluster
Shop owners say they have been in the area for over 25 years
Tribunal rejects Wike’s motion seeking dismissal of election suit
The petitioner allegedly did not submit the Form TF007 within seven days required by the law.
Group demands reinstatement of Ogun teachers sacked over exam question
CDHR says the teacher was not treated fairly.