Calabar, once clean, is now filled with filth, residents say
Calabar, usually regarded as one of the cleanest cities in Nigeria, is now overflowing with filth.
Oshiomhole rubbishes police investigation of Oyerinde’s killing, praises SSS
The Edo governor identifies loopholes in the police investigation of his aide’s killers.
MOSOP president, Ledum Mitee, to head NEITI working group
An Ogoni activist invited to head a body working on transparency in Nigeria’s murky oil industry.
Source of Akwa Ibom oil spill unknown, says Mobil
Mobil cannot explain the source of the oil spill in Akwa Ibom that occurred in an area it operates Mobil Producing Nigeria (MPN) says the source of the oil spill noticed on the Atlantic coastline in Ibeno, Akwa Ibom, is unknown. Deposits, suspected to be crude oil, were reported on Monday by residents of Atia community in […]
Balarabe Musa accuses PDP of sponsoring APGA crisis
APGA blames PDP for the crises rocking the party.
Bayelsa to roll out own flag, coat of arms, anthem
Months after Osun anthem crisis, Bayelsa plans own flag, anthem, coat of arms
Governor, Police blame Port Harcourt explosion on clumsy robbers
Rivers state governor says a blast in the oil rich state's capital was not a bomb attack by Boko Haram
Oba of Benin honours former FIRS boss, Omogui-Okauru
Former FIRS boss will be honoured by the Oba of Benin for her meritorious service to the nation
NAPTIP rescues 135 victims of human trafficking in Cross River
NAPTIP says most trafficking victims are from Ikom and Yala in Cross River State
Court grants Nnamani leave to travel abroad for medical treatment
Chimaroke Nnamani, who had a 124-count charge of money laundering slammed on him can now travel on medical grounds
Shell says Nigeria loses $5b annually to oil theft
Shell urges the country to plug the massive oil theft going on in the country
Moslem Community denies using mosques, schools as armoury
Muslims in Port Harcourt deny fostering Islamic militants
FG awards N9b contract to Julius Berger to rehabilitate Berger port in Warri
Julius Berger will be paid N9b to revamp a terminal that named after the German construction company
Power outage cripples economic activities in Nsukka
PHCN says that a technical fault from the Oji Power station has led to the poor electric
CBN staff shot by police in Akwa Ibom cries out for help
Akwa Ibom police try to cover up a shooting incident that resulted in the death of two of its officers, as a civilian victim cries for help