Osinbajo condemns violent attacks in Taraba, orders security reinforcements
The Acting President also ordered the provision of relief materials to be delivered to the affected communities.
Abuja Water Board recovers N1.5 billion in 2016, consumers still owing N1.8 billion
The board said it is doing all it can to connect all areas of the Nigerian capital.
Police assure Abuja residents of tight security for Sallah
Monday and Tuesday have been declared public holidays.
UniOsun invasion: Panel concludes investigation, submits report
The six-member panel was inaugurated to ascertain the root cause of the invasion.
Pay our N19.7billion benefits, Ekiti pensioners tell Fayose
The workers say they are being owed over N19 billion.
Oyo govt. to demolish structures as flood ravages communities
Tuesday’s flooding affected 300 homes.
#Fundlautech initiative raises N5.8 million in nine days as Ladoja donates N2 million
The former governor also pledged his pension for six months.
Kidnappers of Sokoto businessman reduce ransom to N200,000
The abductors earlier wanted N500,000.
El-Rufai reacts to allegations of drainage contract fraud
The governor’s spokesperson said an official found culpable in the scandal had been dismissed.
Father, son, six others nabbed for kidnapping, killing APC chieftain
One of the suspects confessed to the crime of kidnap.
Bayelsa govt seals Chinese firm over N109 million tax liability
The government said the company owed tax from 2013.
16 women kidnapped as survivors narrate ‘shocking’ details of Boko Haram ambush of ‘secure’ convoy
“We can’t continue like this; we have to take the war to them; waiting for them to come and be repelled cannot help us,” a survivor said.
Kogi tertiary institutions workers suspend 5-month-old strike
The workers have been on strike since Jan. 31.
Taraba killings: Fulani communities call for Osinbajo’s intervention
The police confirmed seven people dead in the violence.
Governor Bello disowns 2019 re-election campaigners
“This is not the time for Mr. governor to be distracted by such politicking,” an official said.
Nasarawa won’t pay striking workers’ salaries – HOS
The NLC condemned the government’s position.
Corruption trial of ex-Benue governor Suswam stalled
The ex-Benue governor is facing two separate corruption charges.
Nursing Council inducts first UniJos graduate nurses 10 years after start of program
The 52 newly qualified nurses include 18 males.
LAUTECH Crisis: ASUU faults claims by Oyo, Osun states
The lecturers said a KPMG audit should not stop salary payment.