Striking Kogi workers seek traditional rulers’ intervention
Workers in the state embarked on strike on September 22.
Kwara govt partners NGO on free cancer screening for women
About 4000 female civil servants will benefit from the screening.
Again, Supreme Court sacks House of Reps member Hembe
The lawmaker asked the Supreme Court to revert itself.
Jos Electricity company donates relief materials to Benue flood victims
The flood affected 24 communities and displaced over 100,000 people.
Driver jailed four months for stealing car battery
Convict said he stole the battery because his own was bad and he had no money to replace it.
JUST IN: IPOB: Plateau govt reviews curfew on Jos, Bukuru
The curfew was imposed on Thursday after the IPOB violence in Abia State spread to Jos.
Senate asks Nigerian Govt. to revoke N3.2 billion Benue road contract
Says contractor lacks the capacity to handle the job awarded four years ago.
CAN, NUJ Appeal For Restraint As Peace Returns To Jos
Two persons lost their lives in a recent violence in the state
Businessman Remanded For Impersonating Niger Governor
The accused allegedly used the governor’s name to defraud a Director of N18m
Nigerians Will Remain United Despite IPOB’s Agitation – Interior Minister
The minister was in Jos following a riot that killed two persons
IPOB: Plateau governor confirms two deaths in Jos violence, sues for peace
The governor held a meeting with religious and community leaders on Friday morning.
JUST IN: IPOB Crisis: Governor imposes indefinite curfew on Jos
The curfew will be from dusk to dawn.
Niger Govt. Releases N13m For Treatment Of Ex-NANS President In Indian Hopsital
Dauda Mohammed, NANS President between 2011 and 2012, is suffering from liver cirrhosis.
Fulanis did not carry out recent attack in Plateau – Leader
About 19 people were recently killed at Ancha community.
Jos task force debunks death of injured soldier in Monday’s skirmish
The assailants had reportedly killed 19 persons in Bassa LGA.
Kogi, Anambra Move To Resolve Lingering Boundary Dispute
Past settlement initiatives yielded no fruits