17 killed in Nasarawa community — House of Assembly
The attack occurred on Sunday.
9th National Assembly: APC North Central Governors endorse Lawan, Gbajabiamila
The governors met in Abuja, the Nigerian capital.
UPDATED: Two confirmed dead in Ibadan petrol tanker explosion
A witness told PREMIUM TIMES that many people died in the accident.
N30,000 minimum wage takes effect immediately — Presidency
President Buhari signed the bill into law on Thursday.
Former judge, Ofili-Ajumogobia, re-arraigned; granted N10m bail
Mrs Ofili-Ajumogobia was discharged by another court earlie this week.
#TRENDING: Nigerians react to CCT judgement on Onnoghen
While some Nigerians charged the Federal government to probe other corrupt officials in the country, others mocked the ruling.
Easter Message: Buhari urges Nigerians to exhibit hope amidst insecurity
Mr Buhari says his government will continue to equip and motivate the armed forces.
Court sacks Buhari’s ex-aide as elected Reps member-elect
The court replaced the ex-presidential aide with the son of a minister.
Speakership: Gbajabiamila responds to colleague’s ‘no retreat, no surrender’ statement
There are currently controversies surrounding who will occupy top positions in the 9th Assembly.
Nigeria’s Auditor-General laments poor implementation of audit reports
The official says the implementation of reports will deter corruption in the service.
Man drags father-in-law to court over wife’s refusal to return to matrimonial home
“I gave her two days to attend to her family matters. But this is getting to four weeks now and she has not returned.”
Court remands man for allegedly stabbing father to death
The accused was remanded in Ikoyi Prisons.
Alleged money laundering: EFCC re-arraigns ex-judge Ofili-Ajumogobia, Obla absent
The commission charged Mr Obla along with former Justice Rita Ofili-Ajumogobia of the Federal High Court.
Alleged Gang-rape: Court denies Babcock university student bail
The Babcock student and others are accused of gang-raping a Unilag student.
Facebook confirms uploading 1.5 million users’ email contact without consent
“The error was discovered amid a change to the sign-up process made in March,’’ Facebook said.
CCT rules it has jurisdiction for Onnoghen’s trial
The CCT ruling was given as part of the trial of the embattled CJN, Walter Onnoghen.
UPDATED: NSITF inauguration postponed indefinitely as Labour Union accuses Ngige of impropriety
Labour union leaders vow to resist inauguration of the board except Frank Kokori remains its chairman.