Excess Crude Account: Governors to charge FG to court

The governor of the states in Nigeria disagree with the FG over deductions from the Excess Crude Account to offset fuel subsidy.

Our umbrella is big enough for all, PDP tells aggrieved members

The ruling party wants all aggrieved members to return to the party.

Political party seeks priority for Voter Education

The party believes that continuous voter education is essential for a credible electoral process.

Benue flood displaces 13 thousand people, submerges 50 houses

Over 13,000 people have been rendered homeless as a result of the flood in Benue.

Catholic Bishops of Nigeria

Catholic Bishops protest DSTV’s suspension of religious channel

DSTV’s removal of a Catholic channel has angered its audience and the Nigerian Bishops.

Catholic Bishops protest DSTV’s suspension of religious channel

DSTV’s removal of a Catholic channel has angered its audience and the Nigerian Bishops.


National Assembly will pass PIB into law- Deputy Speaker

The PIB is expected to lay a solid foundation for the regulatory operations of the oil and gas sector.

Adamawa police accused of causing businessman’s death

The police admitted to detaining the victim, until his death, while carrying out investigations.

Abuja administration buys 200 mass transit buses

The FCTA has purchased 200 urban mass buses to ply all routes in the FCT.

Cement company revives three public schools in Ogun

The company boss asked other companies to be more responsive to their corporate social responsibility

School heads in Ogun to sign attendance register

The school heads were mandated to lead by example in their schools.


Airforce Wing Commander dies ‘mysteriously’ in Yola detention facility

The Wing Commander was accused of going away without leave, AWOL.

Bakassi penninsula

Senator faults ICJ judgment on Bakassi

The lawmakers want Nigeria to appeal the ICJ ruling ceding Bakassi to Cameroon.

Nigeria’s environmental regulations afflicted with ‘chaos theory’, varsity don says

The don advocated for a reorganization of existing environmental policies.

Arik Air

Arik Air shut, passengers stranded

The airline and aviation authorities give conflicting reasons for the closure.

Sammie Okposo’s album, The Statement, gets distributors across Africa

The musician says a lot of money and sweat went into the production of his new album.

Government approves New Sugar Master Plan

The New Sugar Master Plan might attract over $1Billion in both local and foreign direct investments.

Bankers to partner anti-corruption agencies against money laundering

To combat money laundering and financing terrorism, bankers will partner with anti-graft agencies.

Ogun polytechnic expels 14 students over election violence

The students were expelled on allegations that they were involved in the election violence that occurred at the polytechnic.

Ibraheem El-Zakzaky

Nigeria Shiite Muslims to protest anti-Islam video

The sect’s leader said the protests would go on despite police warnings.

Taraba Deputy Governor admits fund diversion- Lawmakers say

The deputy governor allegedly says he should not be prosecuted for sins committed in a different dispensation.

Was justice miscarried in dismissing the case against Akpabio’s election?

An analysis of the ruling by an Abuja court that validated the emergence of Godswill Akpabio as the PDP governorship candidate in 2011.

International Telecom Union plans cut on mobile phone roaming charges

Mobile roaming charges across countries, especially for Nigerian consumers usually cost a fortune.

telecoms mast

Abuja residents complain about poor quality of mobile

The telecommunications service in Nigeria has steadily deteriorated with customers crying foul.

Lagos teachers commence strike on Monday

The teachers are protesting the non-implementation of their salary increase as promised by the Lagos State government.