UN tasks Nigeria on stigmatisation of ‘Boko Haram wives, children’
“There’s a convention on the rights of the child that protect these children and more needs to be done.”
UK regrets U.S. withdrawal from UN Human Rights Council
“Britain’s support for the Human Rights Council remains steadfast.”
Tragedy as truck consignment falls on vehicles in Lagos
The tragic incident happened Tuesday night around Ojuelegba bridge.
N1.6 trillion released for capital projects in 2017 budget – Adeosun
About a third of the capital releases went to the ministry of power, works and housing.
NHIS Executive Secretary in fresh trouble over N25billion ‘investment’
Mr Yusuf ignored a directive by the minister and reportedly decieved the governing council of the NHIS.
Nigerian govt outlines plan to permanently solve farmers-herders crisis
Ten states were identified as the frontline states to receive pilot interventions.
Abuja-based ex-Israeli minister arrested for allegedly spying for Iran
Gonen Segev lived in Nigeria on a self-imposed exile until he was arrested in Equatorial Guinea and extradited to Israel last month.
Abdul Kafarati sworn in as substantive chief judge of Federal High Court
He was sworn in by the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen.
APC Convention: No consensus candidates yet – Official
The governors of the party will meet on Wednesday.
Protesters storm APC secretariat, demand Oyegun’s NWC exit
The protesters carry placards praising a leading contender for the national chairmanship of the party, Adams Oshiomhole.
How Nigeria’s paramilitary agencies are handling BSC/HND dichotomy
In many paramilitary agencies, HND holders on level 07 have been upgraded to level 08 with their degree counterparts.
Over 500,000 people killed annually by small arms – UN study
Government representatives are meeting at UN Headquarters to review global action.
PTCIJ, others demand recall of suspended UI student journalist
The University of Ibadan rusticated Mr Adebajo over a critical newspaper article he wrote on the university
Polio: Over 100,000 children yet to be immunised in Northeastern Nigeria – Minister
The Boko Haram insurgency has made some areas inaccessible for immunisation covera
Rice smuggling: Nigeria to shut land border in few days
Nigeris says an unnamed neighbouring country is trying to ruin its economy.
National Convention: APC disqualifies 19 aspirants
The official says 18 persons petitioned the committee.
Adamawa Governor’s Chief of Staff, Abdulrahman Jimeta, is dead
The politician died in Saudi Arabia.