Sotitobire: Court sends prophet back to prison, bars journalists from covering trial
Journalists who were at the court to cover the case were, however, walked out of the court by the judge.
Sanwo-Olu reshuffles Lagos cabinet, appoints three new members
Governor Sanwo-Olu has moved three commissioners around, while two special advisers have been assigned new roles as commissioners.
Lagos Assembly confirms three commissioner-nominees, others
The three commissioners will replace those rejected by the Assembly last August.
Sotitobire: Four charged with killing police sergeant
The four were part of a mob that razed the church following rumours that the body of a missing child was exhumed from the church’s altar.
Passengers trapped as commercial bus catches fire in Ogun
Seventeen passengers were believed to be in the vehicle when the accident happened.
820 buses: Court fixes date for ruling on Ambode’s suit against Lagos lawmakers
The former governor is challenging the constitutionality of the probe of his administration by the House of Assembly.
Fayose: Court to rule on application challenging evidence by EFCC witness February 17
Mr Fayose is being prosecuted by EFCC over N6.9billion fraud and money laundering charges.
Alleged N11.5bn fraud: Court orders EFCC official, six others to appear in Alao-Akala’s trial
The EFCC charged Mr Alao-Akala and two others on 11 counts of conspiracy and fraud.
Amotekun: No going back on south-west’s security outfit – Akeredolu
Mr Akeredolu said governors in the south-west region are prepared to “pursue operation Amotekun to a logical conclusion.”
I’m not aware FG declared ‘Amotekun’ illegal – Makinde
Mr Makinde said the AGF’s pronouncment on the issue is his personal opinion.
Amotekun: Soyinka berates FG for outlawing south-west regional security outfit
Mr Soyinka said a serious government who cares for its citizens would not object to such initiative.
Police Interrogate PREMIUM TIMES’ Journalist Over Report Exposing Islamic Cleric Who Raped 16-Year-Old
The two journalists were detained for about six hours.
Amotekun: Southern, middle belt forum criticise Nigerian govt’s ban
Contrary to the AGF’s position, lawyers say there is no conflict between Amotekun and the provisions of the Constitution.
1 dead, four injured in multiple accidents on Abeokuta-Lagos expressway
The body of the deceased victim has been deposited at the mortuary of the State Hospital, Ota,while the survivors are also receiving treatment at the same hospital.
Ripples as Ondo, Ekiti governments grapple with doctors, health workers’ protests
The Resident Doctors at UNIMED teaching hospital in Ondo and Akure began their indefinite strike on Friday.
50,000 applicants for 1,000 teaching jobs in Lagos – Official
Mr Avoseh said some of the applicants that qualified for the job had been invited for the examination.
Another Nigerian student denied university admission after scoring 300 in UTME
The candidate also performed very well at the university’s post-UTME test where she scored 76 per cent.
Ogun Swears In 18 Commissioners, 15 Special Advisers
The political appointees later signed their oath of office, which was supervised by the governor, Dapo Abiodun.