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100 Zamfara Kidnap Victims Freed Without Ransom, Says Police
100 Zamfara Kidnap Victims Freed Without...

100 Zamfara Kidnap Victims Freed Without Ransom, Says Police

The Zamfara police command has said bandits were not paid any ransom to free 100 children, nursing mothers, and others held hostage for 42 days. A statement issued by a spokesperson for the police, Muhammad Shehu in Gusau on Tuesday said the victims were freed at Kabaro forest in Maru local... read more »

Relocate Permanently to Your LGAs, Wards - Enugu Gov Orders All Council Chairmen, Deputies, Councilors
Relocate Permanently to Your LGAs, Wards...

Relocate Permanently to Your LGAs, Wards – Enugu Gov Orders All Coun...

Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State has asked all Chairmen of the 17 local government areas of the state, as well as their deputies and the 260 elected Councilors to immediately and permanently relocate to their respective local government areas and ward. This was contained in a statement... read more »

It’s Time to Carry Out Well-defined restructuring - El-Rufai
It’s Time to Carry Out Well-defined Rest...

It’s Time to Carry Out Well-defined Restructuring – El-Rufai

Governor Nasir el-Rufai of Kaduna State has said the time has come for Nigeria to be restructured I order to give more control to the state governments. El-Rufai who spoke at public lecture to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Arewa House on Saturday in Kaduna said the restructuring would be... read more »

FG Declares Thursday Public holiday to Mark Eid-el Maolud Celebration
FG Declares Thursday Public holiday to M...

FG Declares Thursday Public holiday to Mark Eid-el Maolud Celebration

The Federal Government (FG) has declared Thursday as a public holiday to celebrate this year’s Eid-el Maolud. The celebration is in commemoration of the birth of the Holy Prophet Muhammad. This was disclosed by Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Raud Aregbesola on behalf of the government who... read more »

Motorists Whine as Petrol Scarcity Rocks Abuja (Photos)
Motorists Lament as Petrol Scarcity Rock...

Motorists Lament as Petrol Scarcity Rocks Abuja (Photos)

There has been scarcity of Premium Motor Spirt (PMS) popularly known as petrol in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja as long queues were seen at most filling stations in the city, African News Today reports. Motorists in FCT have had to spend several hours in the queue to buy petrol for... read more »

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Government Too Silent, Not Done Enough to Address #EndSARS Demands – Osinbajo

Government Too Silent, Not Done Enough to Address #EndSARS Demands – Osinbajo

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Friday expressed understanding with Nigerians who feel that government has “simply not done enough” to protect its citizens from police brutality, giving... read more »

Photos: Public Complaints Commission Staff Embark on 7 Days Warning Strike, Stage Protest at Headquarters   

Photos: Public Complaints Commission Staff Embark on Warning Strike, Stage Protest at Head...

Staff of the Public Complaints Commission (PCC) have embarked on a 7 days warning strike to drive home their demand for payment of minimum wage. Staff members staged a protest at the... read more »

Women in Abuja Community Take on Repair of Abandoned Road, Pledge Readiness to Partner With Government

(Exclusive) Women in Abuja Community Take on Repair of Abandoned Road, Pledge Readiness to...

Residents of Byazhin Across, Kubwa a suburb in the Bwari Area Council of Federal Capital Territory, Abuja who have long clamored government’s intervention to fix their deplorable road... read more »

IPOB: Orji Kalu Begs for Nnamdi Kanu’s Return

IPOB: Orji Kalu Begs for Nnamdi Kanu’s Return

Former Governor of Abia State, Senator Orji Uzor has asked Nigerian government to permit leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, to return to Nigeria. The... read more »

Nigeria: Have Buhari's Children Served as Youth Corpers? - Reno Omokri

Nigeria: Have Buhari’s Children Served as Youth Corpers? &#...

Following the revelation that Nigeria’s current Finance Minister may have failed to serve in the mandatory one-year Youth Service Scheme and may have also forged an exemption certificate, Reno... read more »