Sokoto conducts mass wedding for 125 couples

The wedding gulped N30 million.

Imo guber: Okorocha wins as Supreme Court rules against Ohakim

The Supreme said the Court of Appeal erred in its ruling.

6, 000 students admitted to Unizik for 2013/2014 session

94, 000 students applied to the university.


Three feared dead in Sokoto auto crash

About 11 people also sustained injuries.

Plateau postpones local government elections again

The last time council elections were held in Plateau was 2008

Four workers die at Kano tannery

The workers died trying to clear company debris

Delta Governor, Uduaghan arrives ancestral village by road for the first time ever

Delta State Governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan was full of joy and excitement on Wednesday as he accessed his own community, Abigborodo, by road for the first time. An elated Uduaghan told reporters that the 11.5 km Abigborodo road, which has two completed bridges of 20 and 150 metres, will be ready for commissioning before the end […]

NURTW seeks Lagos government’s help to eliminate miscreants from Oshodi

Once expelled from the popular market, miscreants have returned

Nasarawa Electoral Commission to embark on voters’ education ahead of council polls

Commission determined to conduct free, fair elections

UPDATE: Fresh violence rocks Ogun APC

The violence will be the third that hit the APC in Ogun within two months

University of Maiduguri students survive ghastly accident

The students were travelling from Gombe State

Strike paralyses activities in Oyo health centres

The health workers demand better welfare packages.

University College Hospital Ibadan

Ajiboye re-elected University of Ibadan ASUU chairman

Mr. Ajiboye was returned for a second term of two years.

Bomb scare: Lady’s box causes panic in Maiduguri

Residents and police officers thought the box contained explosives.

Police arrest man who allegedly set his wife, son ablaze

The suspect had evaded arrest.

Borno Government relaxes curfew on Maiduguri

The Borno state government had imposed a dusk to dawn curfew on the city.

Plateau requires 9 billion to revamp tourism sector-Commissioner

Before the violence that engulfed Plateau, the state was known as a haven for tourism.

Ex-Borno Governor’s campaign coordinator denies issuing statement on Maiduguri blast

Kolo allegedly blamed state government for Tuesday’s blast.

Mimiko drums support for new Akure regent

Governor says support for regent will bring peace

Ogun appoints new governing council for OOU Teaching Hospital

Council chaired by Dipo Otolorin

Ikuforiji urges INEC to adopt LASU’s e-voting system

School developed e-voting system for student union election

The approved APC logo, released early Wednesday morning

Nasarawa APC chairman warns members against inflammatory statements

Party accused of sharp practices By Ahmad Tukur