Police parade ‘fake officer’ 48 other crime suspects
He said that the suspect was arrested through a tip off.
Farmers have sex more often than other professionals – Study
Journalists are at the end of the scale — with one-fifth claiming they only had sex once a month.
Nigeria has standardised seed production, distribution – Minister
The minister said Nigeria is working to become West Africa’s hub for excellent seed practices.
Five reported dead in protests against Guinea President Conde’s third term bid
Citizens of the West African country fear that 81-year old President Alpha Conde, who has already served two terms (10 years), wants a third term
Bauchi fires school principal for underfeeding students
The state government sacked the principal and some staff of Hassan Usman Katsina Unity College for serving the food of 350 students to over 1,200 students
American boxer, Patrick Day, dies following brutal knockout
Day’s death comes after a 23-year-old Argentine super lightweight, Hugo Santillan, died in July from injuries suffered in the ring
El-Rufai: Ex-Human Rights Commission chief Odinkalu challenges court jurisdiction over trial
The Kaduna government instituted a case against Mr Odinkalu after he criticised Gov- El-Rufai’s comments after killings in the state.
Grass Cutting Scandal: Absence of judge stalls trial of former SGF Babachir
EFCC, in March, re-arraigned the former SGF on a 10-count amended charge.
Minimum Wage: Nigerian govt, Labour locked in negotiation hours to strike deadline
An agreement by both parties will be an indication there would be no national strike.
Sex-For-Grades: UI releases hotlines for sexual harassment complaints
The Vice-Chancellor, Abel Olayinka, said the University of Ibadan has zero-tolerance for sexual harassments and misconducts.
Faceless persons using my office for fraudulent acts – SGF
The SGF warns the faceless persons using the social media and other platforms to lure unsuspecting members of the public to submit CVs at a fee to his office, to desist from the acts.
Man, 28, arrested for allegedly beating wife to death
Kazeem Yusuf allegedly beat his 26-year-old wife to death during an argument
Buhari inaugurates 2020 Armed Forces Emblem, donates N10 million
The president encouraged Nigerians to donate generously in support of veterans and dependents of the fallen heroes.
Minimum Wage: NLC shuts down offices, schools in Asaba
The NLC members were seen patrolling Asaba in a marked Hiace mini-bus, closing government offices and turning back school children.
Ebola: Premium Times publisher urges special honour for Adadevoh
Mrs Adadevoh was the endocrinologist at a private hospital in Lagos when a victim of the dreaded illness arrived into the country.
Alleged N978m Oil Fraud: Court rejects defendant’s ‘appeal’ that judge refuses self
Mr Ali-Peters and his firm are standing on a 21-count charge bordering on obtaining money under false pretence, diversion of Federal Government funds and forgery.
EFCC re-arraigns Atiku’s lawyer for allegedly laundering $2 million
The duo was first arraigned before Justice Nicholas Oweibo on a 3-count charge bordering on the alleged offence on August 14.
Seplat Oil set to acquire London-listed oil firm, Eland
Seplat’s acquisition of Eland, whose main asset is the OML 40 license in the Niger Delta, is projected to boost Seplat’s production to 64,000 barrels of oil equivalent a day.
Nigerian Air Force wings ‘first female fighter pilot in 55 years’
NAF says 61 pilots are currently undergoing basic flying training, while 50 are undergoing various forms of advanced flying training courses both locally and abroad.
Rice Importation Ban: Customs officials ‘kill’ smugglers’ informant in Jigawa
Tasiu Muhammad, 22, a resident of Babura Local Government Area, was shot dead at Unguwar Gawo allegedly by officials of the Nigeria Customs Service.