Civil society groups mobilize to commemorate January’s deadly subsidy uprising
Civil groups call for a reminder protest of last January’s anti-fuel subsidy removal.
Exclusive: Nigeria to join organisation of French speaking countries
The FEC will discuss the avalanche of contracts to be awarded
France to support Palestinian State at United Nations
France, a permanent member of the UN security council, will be the first major European nation to back the move.
DPP’s blunder stirs controversy in Cynthia Osokogu’s murder case
Cynthia Osokogu was murdered in a hotel at Festac.
Nwosu, ex-FinBank boss, others used fake customers’ names to acquire N18bn Shares
The leaders of the defunct FinBank are undergoing trial for corruption charges.
CAF shortlists failed Falcons for best female team in 2012
The award ceremony is scheduled for December 20.
Exclusive: Babalakin, Bi-Courtney boss, to be arraigned in court Thursday
The Bi-Courtney boss was questioned for several hours by the EFCC.
Security officials killed 10 civilians in Jos, witness, residents say
The STF has been accused of causing terror in Plateau.
Women group say Katsina Attorney General must resign for defaming rape victims
Attorney General of Katsina State blamed women for rape crimes committed against them.
Russian firm, UC Rusal, rejects Supreme Court ruling, says it still owns ALSCON
The Company says it will only allow BFIG official for inspection visit
US court dismisses defamation lawsuit against Sahara reporters
The ruling was another win for the news website over lawsuits challenging its stories
Ban congratulates President Ernest Bai Koroma on successful elections in Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone elections held on November 17.
Much-hyped Akwa Ibom e-library still under lock five months after presidential commissioning
Five months after President Goodluck Jonathan flew to Uyo to commission it, the Akwa Ibom e-library is still far from completion
Tinubu’s firm, others get N90b construction contract in Ogun
The state government said it followed due process in the award.
Nigeria Police to spend N2billion to fight Boko Haram in 2013
The Nigeria Police Force has earmarked N2 billion out of its 2013 budget of N319 billion for logistics, intelligence gathering and purchase of anti-terror equipment in order to step up the war against terror. The Boko Haram insurgency is the most serious terrorism challenge facing Nigeria at this time. Caleb Olubolade, the Minister of Police Affairs, […]
First batch of Dangote graduate truck drivers to complete training in January
The first batch of the 2,000 Dangote graduate drivers trainees will conclude their training in January, 2013, an official has said. The scheme was launched in November at the Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (NITT). The Director-General of the Institute, Aminu Yusuf, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in […]
Nigeria to buy aircraft for private domestic operators
There are too few aircraft to cater to the over 160 million Nigerians