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CAN Condemns Kaduna, Kano Bomb Blasts

CAN says attacks were a clear indication of the perpetrators’ inclination to evil and disregard for the true God.

Benin Republic Arrest Nigerian Oil-bunkering Vessel, 4 Suspects

It was not immediately clear where the ship and its crew were heading when the incident occurred

Jonathan seeks closer partnership between Nigeria, OPEC nations

The president says closer ties will open up more opportunities for investment

NIGERIA IMMIGRATION SERVICE

Immigration Arrests Human Trafficking Kingpin, 5 victims In Katsina

The victims are usually sent to Europe via Libya.

Eid-el-fitri: Nigerian Govt. declares Monday, Tuesday public holidays

The holidays will mark the end of Ramadan

Nigerian Govt. approves 16-year Water Master Plan

Annual demand for water to increase from 5.93 billion cubic metres to 16.58 billion cubic metres by 2030.

Road Safety Corps marshall, Boboye Oyeyemi

Tougher sanctions await reckless drivers – New FRSC boss

Mr. Oyeyemi commends President Goodluck Jonathan for appointing a career staff as the new FRSC boss.

NYSC vows to sanction corps members forging medical report for redeployment

The NYSC says many medical reports are fake. Advertisement

The approved APC logo, released early Wednesday morning

South-East APC angry over plot to impeach Enugu deputy governor

Rights group, HURIWA, also warns that the gale of impeachment and threats of impeachment is adversely affecting the country.

CAN-America condemns Ezekwesili’s airport detention

The group says Monday’s arrest of the former minister was unnecessary. Advertisement

#BringBackOurGirls: Campaigners to hold conferences around the world

 Wednesday marks the 100th day of the girls stay in captivity. Advertisement

Women with their babies

Experts urge govt to review policy on maternity leave

Family consultants and experts advocate for maternity and paternity leave. Advertisement

Nigerian women begin vigil for abducted Chibok schoolgirls

The women believe God will cause the release of the girls. Advertisement

Compass Newspaper: UNILAG Professor blasts paper for ‘pay-as-you-go’ policy

The University Don says the New Nigerian Compass newspaper’s pay-as-you-go policy cannot work. Advertisement

CISLAC demands audit of Nigeria’s defence spending since 1999

>The group asks the Nigerian Government to exchange the nation’s resource, such as crude oil, for military hardware

Jonathan, other prominent Nigerians mourn Lukman

Mr. Jonathan acknowledged the great intelligence, integrity, competence and humility with which Mr. Lukman distinguished himself in all his national and international assignments.<

British cannibal nurse found guilty of trying to meet girl

On an internet profile, the accused listed his interests as “cannibalism, mainly the hunting and preparation of young but sometimes not so young women.” Advertisement

OPEC condole with Nigeria over Rilwanu Lukman’s loss

Mr. Lukman passed away on Monday morning. Advertisement

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APC lambasts Jonathan over $1 billion Boko Haram loan

The party says the Jonathan administration is corrupt, inept and has no need for $1 billion loan. Advertisement

PDP blames APC for Nyako’s removal

The PDP says Mr. Nyako’s removal showed he had lost public support. Advertisement

Man, 20, electrocuted in Dutse

The man got electrocuted when he climbed a pole in an attempt to fix a faulty line to  is house. Advertisement

Caught in the act: Kidnappers arrested while collecting ransom

The children were kidnapped in Ogun and rescued in Ebonyi. Advertisement

Tinubu accuses Jonathan, PDP of contriving Nyako’s impeachment

The former Lagos governor said the president’s actions are capable of destroying Nigeria’s democracy. Advertisement

Nigeria publisher charged with defamation, refused bail

“The wrongdoing in this case would appear to be on the part of the police who are flouting the ruling of the High Court.” Advertisement

7,318 Nigerian students studying in U.S. – Official

Over 100 students are preparing to leave for studies in the U.S. by August. Advertisement