Sultan declares Oct. 26 Eid-el-kabir Day
The Sultan of Sokoto, Sa’ad Abubakar, on Wednesday declared Oct. 26 as Ed-el-Kabir Day following the sighting of the new crescent on Oct. 16. This is contained in a statement by the Chairman, Advisory Committee on Religious Affairs to the Sultanate Council, Prof. Sambo Junaid, and made available to the News Agency of Nigeria ( NAN) in Sokoto. The statement said, ” The […]
Man, 27, docked for allegedly having sex with woman near mosque
A 27-year-old man, Doyin Jibowu, was on Wednesday charged before a Surulere Magistrates’ Court, Lagos, for allegedly having sex with a 25-year-old woman near a mosque. Mr. Jibowu, of no fixed address, is facing a four-count charge of conspiracy, stealing, indecent act and multiple assault. He, however, pleaded not guilty. The prosecutor, Cpl. Merve Mberev, told the court […]
Traditional rulers involved in public brawl remain suspended- Amosun
A preliminary report indicted the two men of fighting in public.
Ogun police to parade kidnappers of Osun Speaker’s wife
The victim was rescued unhurt
FG awards N1.1bn road contracts in Delta, Senator says
The Senator distributed materials to members of his constituency
EFCC traces N1billion Abuja mansions to Timipre Sylva
The anti-graft says the former governor used fronts to acquire the choice properties in the nation’s capital
Jonathan attacks Mark, Tambuwal over budget remarks
The House of Representatives described presidential aide, Doyin Okupe, as a ‘political jobber’ seeking relevance.
Ogun pregnant journalist dies mysteriously, baby saved.
An operation was carried out to save the baby
Fear of kidnap grips Ebonyi Community over Aju festival
The Aju festival is celebrated annually in Okposi community.
PDP dissociates self from kidnap of Osun Speaker’s wife
The PDP sympathized with the Speaker for the kidnap of his wife.
Floods: Jonathan to visit Delta, Anambra on Friday
An Ijaw leader, Edwin Clark, has donated two of his houses as relief camps for flood victims in Delta
Maiduguri residents did not die, they were sleeping- Dep. Governor
The Borno Deputy Governor says the witnesses mistook sleeping folks as corpses.
Midnight inferno consumes Adire market in Abeokuta
At night, while the marketers were asleep, fire ravaged the stores and goods.
Hotels, Restaurants in Ogun to pay tax for food sold
Two bills related to revenue generation was passed by by the Ogun State parliament.
Akwa Ibom police brutalise 11 students for protesting Mubi killings
The protesters were students of the Mubi Polytechnic, from Akwa-Ibom State, where dozens of students were massacred by armed men.