Malpractices: Thousands of 2019 UTME candidates won’t get their results – JAMB Registrar
Mr Oloyede said no results will be released until all the recordings on the CCTV installed across the over 700 centres in the country have been viewed.
Motorists driving against traffic to undergo psychiatric test – FRSC
Any driver caught driving against traffic during the forthcoming Easter would also be prosecuted for dangerous driving.
Speakership: Another Rep declares interest, writes Oshiomhole
About six member of the House have declared their intention to run for the position in June.
Nigeria’s ‘freest’ election witnessed vote-buying ‘worth N120m to N1bn’- Group
The 1993 election is generally believed to be the ‘fairest and freest’ in Nigeria’s history.
Nigeria produces 90 per cent of rice it consumes – Minister
Audu Ogbeh, the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, on Tuesday expressed satisfaction that Nigeria was now producing 90 per cent of the rice it consumed locally.
Buhari’s aide tackles Omotola over ‘hellish’ comment
Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde had described the poor state of the country under President Muhammadu Buhari.
Nigeria’s Appeal Court affirms conviction of Congolese for money laundering
The court also approved the forfeiture of $551,225.
2019: Female political aspirants share election experiences
A few of them identify vote-buying, stereotyping, and lack of funds as some of the challenges they faced.
Why Nigeria Should Develop own Indigenous Plant Variety Protection Laws – Experts
Nigeria currently does not participate in the multibillion-dollar global seed trade as a result of lack of a Plant Variety Protection law in the country.
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP): Seven things you did not know about Truvada
Truvada is intended to be used along with condoms, not in place of them, and doesn’t protect against other sexually transmitted diseases
Abuja communities hold protest at National Assembly over Army invasion
The protest has left journalists and other staff of the national assembly stranded outside the complex as the main entrance has been blocked.
Why 2019 Easter pilgrimage is delayed – Commission
The Easter pilgrimage had been slated for this month.
Nigeria’s daily crude production in 2018 stood at 2.019 million barrels – NNPC
The volume of crude produced translated to an increase of nine per cent above the 2017 average of 1.86 million barrels.
2019 UTME: JAMB arrests over 50 ‘professional examination writers’
Over 1.8 million candidates are expected to sit for the board’s ongoing UTME that commenced nationwide on April 11.
Nigerian agency to begin electronic verification of seeds – DG
The National Agricultural Seeds Council (NASC) says e-certification will enable easy tracking of seeds to the source
Nigerians don’t need WAEC certificate to become president – Keyamo
Mr Keyamo speaks in defence of President Buhari who was accused of not possessing a WAEC certificate.
Extra-judicial killings by policemen unacceptable – IGP
The IGP says vows to arrest, investigate and punish any police personnel involved in misuse of weapons.
Study reveals impact of poverty on children’s brain activity
The research revealed that children from lower-income backgrounds, had weaker brain activity and were more likely to be distracted.