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FG, States, LGs Share N668.8bn Allocation For May

14 hours ago /
Nation 

The Federal, State and Local Governments have shared the sum of N668.8bn as allocation for the month of May.

Jega Slams Money Politics, says it’s Depleting Electoral Integrity

1 day ago /
Nation 

The former chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Professor Attahiru Jega says the influence of money politics is increasingly depleting Nigeria’s electoral integrity and may ruin the twenty nineteen general elections if not checked.

Kogi Governor Promises to Clear Salary Backlog

1 day ago /
Nation 

Kogi state governor Yahaya Bello says the salary arrears owed civil servants in the state will soon become part of history.

Traditional Rulers Back Reconstructing

2 days ago /
Nation 

Traditional rulers in Nigeria have added their voices to calls for the country’s restructuring.

Pilgrims Commission Rues Abscodment of Nigerians in Isreal

2 days ago /
Nation 

The executive secretary of the Nigeria Christian pilgrim’s commission, Tor Ujah has expressed dissatisfaction with the abscondment of Nigerians during the last Easter’s pilgrimage to Israel.

Justice Katsina-Alu Dies at 76

2 days ago /
Nation 

A Former Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Aloysius Iyorgyer Katsina-Alu is dead 

NGO wants Government to Stem Tide of Killings

3 days ago /
Nation 

A youth group wants the Nigerian government to do more to stem the tide of killings across the country.

Army Assesses Military Base Attack in Yobe

3 days ago /
Nation  Security 

The Nigerian army says it is assessing the security situation in Jilli, Yobe state, where Boko Haram terrorists attacked a military base.

Nigeria Air Force Denies Refusing Landing Rights at Air Force Base Makurdi

3 days ago /
Nation 

The Nigerian Air Force has denied allegations that it prevented a chartered flight from landing at its Base in Makurdi on 16th July 2018, for political reasons.

Iran Kicks, Petitions ICC Over US Sanctions

3 days ago /
International News 

Iran has lodged a complaint with the International Court of Justice against the United States’ reimposition of sanctions, the foreign ministry said on Tuesday. 

Trump Under Fire After Putin Meeting

3 days ago /
International News 

Donald Trump returned late Monday from his European tour to face ire in Washington, where US intelligence officials and senior Republicans were denouncing the president as “shameful” and “disgraceful” after he refused to challenge Russian leader Vladimir Putin over interference in American elections.

Army Refutes Story of Boko Haram Attack, says Incident Blown out of Proportion

4 days ago /
Nation  Security 

The Nigeria Army says only one officer and a soldier sustained injuries in a recent attack by Boko Haram.

President Buhari Visits Netherlands Ahead Of ICC's 20th Anniversary

4 days ago /
Nation 

President Muhammadu Buhari has arrived Netherlands ahead of his scheduled visit to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague

Buhari Arrives The Hague

5 days ago /
Nation 

President Muhammadu Buhari has arrived the Hague ahead of his scheduled appearance at the International Criminal Court (ICC) where he is expected to deliver the keynote address at the commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the adoption of the ICC Rome Statute.

Police Parade More Than 30 Suspects In Owerri

6 days ago /
Security 

The Imo State Police Command has paraded over 30 suspects alleged to be involved in several criminal activities in the State.

House Of Representatives Seeks Support For 2019 Census

1 week ago /
Nation 

Nigeria’s house of Representatives has urged the Executive to mobilize the National Population for the completion of enumeration, area demarcation and preliminary preparation of the head count exercise.

We are Winning the Anti-Graft War Despite Prosecution Delays – says Buhari

2 weeks ago /
Nation 

President Muhammadu Buhari says despite the delays in the prosecution of alleged treasury looters, his administration is winning the war on corruption. 

Lawyers Threaten Boycott of Courts over Selective Obedience of Court Orders

2 weeks ago /
Judiciary   Nation 

Some lawyers and rights activists are raising concerns over what they describe as the selective obedience to court orders by the presidency.

New Anti-Corruption Campaign Group Emerges

2 weeks ago /
Nation 

Fighting corruption through the involvement of the public is the focus of an anti-corruption campaign initiative tagged "strengthening citizen's resistance against prevalence of corruption”, scrap-c.

Cross River Students Lament Postponed Examination over Teachers Strike

2 weeks ago /
Education  Nation 

The ongoing strike by teachers in public primary and secondary schools in cross river state is taking its toll on the students as their ongoing promotion examinations have been postponed indefinitely.


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