Two Ekiti State University students convicted for internet fraud
The students were convicted after pleading guilty to the fraud.
Whistleblower docked for allegedly giving false information to EFCC
The defendant allegedly provided false information to the EFCC about a company where he was an employee.
Buhari alleges ‘undue politicization’ of Nigeria’s security situation
President Buhari said the relative successes of the administration since 2015 are clear.
Shell loses N202 million daily to vandals, oil thieves – Official
The company says the main attacks are on its critical assets that produce the crude oil.
Action Alliance demand arrest of national chairman
The opposition party accuses its suspended chairman, Kenneth Udeze, of impersonation.
UPDATED: Teenager sets herself ablaze to protest fiance’s inability to pay bride price
A witness told reporters that Aisha decided to commit suicide after she learnt that her fiance has no money to pay her bride price.
NYSC rejects 108 prospective corps members over questionable certificates
“Some of them did not undergo any academic pursuits but
obtained certificates through illegal means”.
Group protests death of Nigerian in China, calls for investigation
Joseph Nwajueze died in the custody of Chinese police.
Housewife drags husband to court for starving her of sex
Talatu, 35, told the court that Sulaiman denied her sex for five years.
UPDATED: Majek Fashek critically ill, seeks financial assistance — Manager
The 70-year-old singer was flown out of Nigeria on Wednesday after his condition became critical.
Police recover kidnapped Ondo university lecturer’s car
The professor was kidnapped on Thursday.
PHOTOS: Swazi King honours AfDB president Adesina at traditional ceremony
Mswati III, the King of Eswatini and head of the Swazi Royal Family, has honoured the president of the African Development Bank, Akinwumi Adesina, at a traditional royal reed dance event.
Court sentences teenager to 8 weeks in prison for traffic violation
The police charged the man with dangerous driving, failing to obey traffic rules, driving without plate number and side mirror.
UN receives 38 sexual allegation complaints against personnel
The organisation earlier received 37 similar allegations in the first quarter of the year.
Federal Fire Service establishes 6 additional zonal offices
The zones include Zone G, with headquarters in Minna, which is expected to cater for Niger, Kogi and Kwara, while Zone H, with headquarters in Sokoto, would cater for Sokoto, Zamfara and Kebbi