15 killed, 38 injured as vehicle plunges into river – FRSC
The spokesperson of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC), Ogun State Command, Florence Ikpe, confirmed the incident.
Amotekun: South-west has no plans to secede – Fayemi
According to Mr Fayemi, the region is committed to the nation’s indivisibility and unity. According to Mr Fayemi, the region is committed to the nation’s indivisibility and unity.
Lagos bans tricycles, motorcycles in 15 local govts
The enforcement of the ban will begin on February 1
Police arrest 86 suspects for cultism, violent attacks in Ikorodu
The police said they arrested 65 cultists earlier in Ijede and an additional 21 on Saturday at Imota.
Oyo LG workers to boycott work over return of sacked council chairpersons
The sacked chairmen have been directed to return to office on Monday by federal authorities
Ogun confirms new case of Lassa fever, says patient alive
Between January 1 and 19, a total of 398 suspected Lassa fever cases were reported from various states across Nigeria, leading to 24 deaths.
Amotekun: Don’t back down, Nigerians tell South-west governors
Amotekun, a security formation launched by governors of the South-west states, is aimed at enhancing security in the region.
IGP directs Oyo CP to help reinstate sacked LG chairpersons
The council chairpersons were sacked in 2019 by the state governor, Seyi Makinde.
Lagos governor promises car gift to best primary school teachers
Primary school teachers went through a two week training process, organised by the State Universal Basic Education Board (LSUBEB) to increase capacity and develop manpower of teachers in the State
Nigerian undergraduate sentenced to 13 years imprisonment
Mr Adetoro was, sentenced to 13 years in prison and is also to pay N1 million as fine.
Amotekun: Recruitment suspended as states’ attorneys general develop legal framework
South-west governors met with Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, on Thursday, in Abuja over Amotekun
Amotekun similar to Hisbah, Civilian JTF, South-west Speakers say
Various opinions have been expressed on the rationale and legality of the new security outfit, Amotekun.
Amotekun: Ondo monarchs urge Southwest governors to kick-start operation
The traditional rulers urged the governors to conclude arrangements for the immediate take-off of Operation Amotekun in the six states of the zone.
NPA takes steps to end congestion at Lagos Port Complex
NPA and stakeholders have arrived at some decisions aimed at immediately resolving the congestion in the Lagos Pilotage District.
Police questions aides over killing of popular herbal drink seller, Fatai Yusuff
Fatai Yusuff, who was killed by unknown gunmen on Thursday.
Gunmen kill ‘Oko Oloyun,’ herbal medicine manufacturer
Mr Yusuff, who is also known as Oko Oloyun, was shot dead Thursday afternoon.
Ile-Arugbo Demolition: Saraki seeks out of court settlement
Hearing in suit filed by the Saraki family challenging the acquisition of the land by the state government resumes on Friday.
Amotekun: What we discussed with Osinbajo – Akeredolu
Mr Akeredolu said the governors, however, agreed with Mr Osinbajo to put a legal framework in place for the security outfit.
Amotekun: South-west speakers express support for regional outfit
The speakers also address the challenges facing their move toward financial autonomy.
Amnesty International condemns forced eviction of Lagos’ Tarkwa Bay residents
Amnesty International described the forced eviction as “a violation of human rights.”
Teen butcher docked over alleged threat to kill woman who underpriced meat
Sanda-ciddi Sinole allegedly threatened to stab the woman with a dagger
Court discharges ex-Oyo lawmaker, three others accused of killing ‘Sugar’
Temitope Olatoye, a.k.a. Sugar, then a serving federal lawmaker, was shot in Elesu village in Lagelu Local Government Area of Oyo State on election day on March 9, 2019.