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Breaking! Islamic Year: Sokoto Declares Thursday Public Holiday

Following announcement by the Sultanate Council on the New Islamic Year, Sokoto State Government has declared Thursday, October 15, 2015 (Muharram, 1, 1437) AH, as a public holiday.A statement issued in Sokoto signed by Malam Imam Imam, the spokesman...

Nigerian Army To Crush Boko Haram By December, Says Buhari

By Simon Ateba/Lagos @simonatebaPresident Muhammadu Buhari is "fully confident", he said on Wednesday, that the Nigerian army will crush Boko Haram terrorists by December this year.The terrorists have killed about 1700 people since Buhari was sworn into office in...

EFCC Arraigns Nigerian Professor Over 56 Million Fraud

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on Tuesday arraigned Professor Brimmy Asekhruagbon Uzimeghan Olaghere, before Justice U.P Kekemeke of the FCT High Court sitting in Apo, on a 2-count charge, for obtaining goods and cars by false pretence.Olaghere was...

SERAP asks Buhari to investigate Volkswagen over emission scandal

Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has sent an open letter to President Muhammadu Buhari urging him to use his “good offices and leadership to urgently investigate Volkswagen's business in Nigeria to see if cars sold to Nigerians rigged...

Breaking! Boko Haram Bomb Blasts Kill 7 In Maiduguri, Injure 11, The Terrorists Battle Nigeria Army In Kogi

By Simon Ateba/Lagos @simonatebaSuspected Boko Haram terrorists exploded three explosives in Maiduguri on Tuesday, killing at least seven people and injuring 11, the army said in a statement, as violence spreads in Northeast Nigeria.Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman, Nigeria's army...

Nigeria Federal Government Receives Final EU 2015 Elections Report, Pledges Free, Fair Electoral System

By Simon Ateba/Lagos @simonatebaNigeria's Federal Governnent on Tuesday received the report of the European Union Observer Mission to the 2015 general elections in the country, and pledged that future elections will be free and fair.A delegation of the EU...

Cleaning Up The Mess Left By Jonathan, Others, My Top Priority, Says Buhari

  By Simon Ateba/Lagos @simonatebaThe task before him, President Muhammadu Buhari said on Tuesday, is to clean up the mess left by the administration of Goodluck Jonathan and others who allowed corruption to eat deep into the fabrics of Nigeria.In...

Police Recover N27 Million From Festac Robbers, Lawlessness Returns To Lagos

The police in Lagos recovered at least 27 million naira from more than 40 robbers who stormed two banks in Festac Area on Tuesday morning.The robbers struck at Diamond and Access Banks located on 4th Avenue, Festac Town, Lagos,...

Lagos Court Orders Remand Of 17 Suspected Killers of Lekki Free Trade Zone Boss

An Ebute-Metta Magistrate Court on Tuesday granted the State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID) leave to remand in custody, 17 suspects held in connection with the killing of the Managing Director, Lekki Worldwide Investment Limited, Mr. Tajudeen Disu.Disu died  on...

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