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.
Buhari congratulates Netanyahu on Israeli election victory
“The Nigerian leader looks forward to continuing to work with the Israeli Prime Minister.”
Indians in Lagos want Prime Minister Narendra Modi re-elected
“This is a global movement to enable Modi continue as India’s Prime Minister so that the development experienced in India will not stop.
NNPC has sufficient fuel, Kachikwu assures Nigerians
There have been fuel queues in Lagos and Abuja.
Police officer ‘on the run’ after another fatal shooting in Lagos
The incident came two weeks after armed police officers shot and killed Kolade Johnson, 36, near a football viewing centre in a Lagos neighbourhood.
Centre organises mental wellness session for Nigerian journalists
The nature of the work environment for journalists can foster anxiety and lead to psychological challenges.
Studies show hope for millions of Nigerians with Type 2 Diabetes
Research indicates type 2 diabetes can be reversed.
Palm Sunday: CAN tasks Christians on sacrificial living
“We should pray for divine strength, learn to love unconditionally, just like Jesus.”
Insecurity: SERAP writes Buhari, 36 governors, seeks disclosure of spending on ‘security votes’
“We are concerned that rather than serving the citizens, the appropriation of public funds as security votes over the years would seem to serve high-ranking government officials…”
Buhari mourns ex-Appeal Court president, Mamman Nasir
Mr Nasir died Saturday and has been buried.
NPA managing director elected vice chair of IMO Committee
The committee works with member states of the organisation to ensure the observance of conventions and protocols.
WSCIJ trains PREMIUM TIMES staff on newsroom gender policy, practice
The training emphasised the need to integrate more females in the media’s decision making process and leadership.
Rotary International donates N2.1bn to fight polio
An official says Nigeria is on the last lap of eradicating the ailment.
Chibok Girls: Five years after abduction, Buhari says there is hope for their return
The statement says a mass surrender of militants is expected to happen soon in Nigeria.
Buhari arrives Chad for session with heads of state
Delegations from 22 member-countries are expected at the meeting.