Reps to investigate alleged corruption, abuse of office against Orubebe

Orubebe has been accused of fraudulently acquiring some properties and refusing to declare them as required by law.

Three critically injured as bus ferrying 20 secondary school students crashes

Though some of the students were hurt, there were no fatalities.

Nigeria loses N81bn annually to medical tourism, tourism expert says

Nigerians who travel abroad for medical treatment are medical refugees, people who are forced to leave their country to escape death due to poor health care.


Four remanded for armed robbery in Ondo

The accused persons have been remanded in prison.

Group canvasses use of local plants for cleaning oil spills in Niger Delta

Kenaf, a local plant predominantly grown in the North, can be used to clean up oil spills in the South South.

Updated: Babalakin, Bi-Courtney boss, fails to appear in court due to “sudden illness”

EFCC alleges that Mr. Babalakin assisted James Ibori, former governor of Delta State launder several billions of Naira

Typhoid can be prevented through proper hygiene—medical doctor

Typhoid can become deadly

Group honours Kanu, Wagbatsoma, Okoya, others

Business Leadership Awareness Group will honour Kanu Nwankwo, Walter Wagbatsoma, Sade Okoya.

Breaking News: Court dismisses IBB $12.4bn Gulf oil windfall suit

The government said the Pius Okigbo report is missing.


Man, 47, sentenced to 7yrs jail for defiling 12-year-old daughter

The judgement was delivered in Benin


Angry lover baths Ex, Okada rider with acid

The lovers had a quarrel at the man’s house

US citizens lost N7.56 billion to Nigerian fraudsters in 2011

“The most vulnerable Americans are between the ages of 40 and 59 while women are three times more likely to be scammed than men.”

Governments must rethink policy on small-scale farmers- Report

The report advised governments on agricultural policies.

FG approves N2.2 billion for new Presidential Banquet Hall, roads in FCT

FG says the present banquet hall is ill befitting.

BP temporarily banned from U.S. government contract

US bans BP from new government contracts after oil spill deal.

Pastor Oritsejafor

CAN to sue Boko Haram at International Criminal Court- Oritsejafor

CAN says it considering taking Boko Haram to the International Criminal Court.

Early detection of pile prevents complication — physician

A diet rich in fibre can help prevent pile.

Bombed Jaji military centre shelters thousands of herdsmen, farmers

The civilian population at the centre constitutes security threat, the Senate Defence Committee said

Israel, Palestine take battle to UN

Support appears to be building in favour of Palestinian statehood

Iran “will press on with enrichment”- nuclear chief

Iran will enrich uranium with intensity despite international demands against the move

Gunmen kill two in Barkinladi, Plateau State

The men were buried in Sho village on Wednesday

Cigarette smoking

US court orders tobacco firms to admit lying with ads

Tobacco companies in US allegedly lied about dangers of smoking.