The Media Trust Ltd, publisher of Daily Trust Newspaper titles, Aminiya, Teen Trust and Kilimanjaro magazine will hold an interactive session to deliberate with various stakeholders on the possible ways to liberate the economy out of its current travails.
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed on Tuesday reassured that the negotiations for the release of other Chibok girls in captivity were on-going.
The Acting Secretary of Federal Capital Territory’s Transport Secretariat, Alhaji AbdulHamid Suleiman, says Abuja Light Rail is 84.33 per cent complete.
A peace accord brokered by the Niger State Governor Abubakar Sani Bello over the recent clash between Gbagyi and Fulani in Rafin Gona and BCC Gbagyi villages in Bosso local government area of the state has began to yield result with the warring faction agreeing to return to their respective settlement.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Tuesday led the Nigeria''s delegation to Davos, Switzerland, for this year''s World Economic Forum holding this week.
Cross River State Governor Ben Ayade yesterday met behind closed-doors with President Muhammadu Buhari.
Oil prices rose on Tuesday supported by a falling U.
The Police in Osun, on Tuesday, arraigned one Odeyemi Liadi, 52, over alleged illegal possession of a Dane gun.
The timely intervention by officers of the Nigerian Navy averted a possible bloody clash between herdsmen and farmers in Okoti village in Odoekpe, Ogbaru Local Government Area of Anambra.
The hostility was reported to have broken out few days ago when Oku Iboku farmers encroached on Ikot Offiong and Inua Akpa land.
The 145 abducted children, who were intercepted by the Police in Plateau, did not eat for six days, according to Mrs.
accessed at any point nationwide, Mami explained, taking away the use of manual records.
Three suicide bombers reportedly sneaked into the institution and detonated Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), at three different locations, at a mosque near Gates 4 and 5 of the institution, killing Professor Aliyu Mani and six others including the suicide bombers.
Gambia’s Ministers of Finance, Foreign Affairs, Trade and Environment have resigned from President Yahya Jammeh’s government, according to report on Tuesday.
The immediate past Majority Leader of the Senate, Ali Ndume says he does not envy anybody who wants to be the governor of Borno state, and on his own will not struggle or lobby for the position.
The pandemonium broke out around the students’ hostel at University road in Oke-Baale area of Osogbo, capital of Osun State on Monday evening as a result of the bloody class by the UNIOSUN students.
The probe was sequel to a point of order raised by the Deputy Senate Leader, Senator Bala Ibn Na''Allah on the non payment of the salaries of the judges.
Jammeh is challenging the outcome of the December 1, 2016 presidential election which he lost to his rival, Adama Barrow at the country''s Supreme Court. But there are no judges to hear the case.
The referral to the Committee on Foreign Affairs was sequel to a motion moved by the Senate Leader, Senator Ahmed Lawan and seconded by the minority leader, Senator Godswill Akpabio.
A professor of Veterinary Medicine, Aliyu Usman Mani, unidentified student and three others were yesterday killed by a suicide bomber during early morning prayers at a mosque inside the staff quarters of the University of Maiduguri.
The Ministers of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, Defence, Mansur Dan-Ali and the convener of the Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) group, Mrs Obiageli Ezekwesili yesterday participated in a search sorties for missing Chibok girls in Sambisa.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has called for synergy among federal, state governments and civil society organisations to solve the numerous challenges in the Niger Delta region.
Senate President, Dr.
A Lagos-based lawyer and activist, Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa yesterday filed a suit at the court which seeks to stop Ibrahim Magu from presenting himself as the acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
The Secretary to the Kebbi State Government (SSG), Alhaji Babale Umar Yauri has described local governments in the state as mere salary paying organizations.
The Nigerian Air Force yesterday said fighter jets struck Boko Haram new hideout about one nautical mile south of Tumbum Rego in northern Borno.
The Commissioner of Police, Lagos State yesterday allayed fears of residents on suspected explosive substance which was allegedly dropped in a manhole in one of the Streets in Agege area of the State, saying there was nothing to worry about.
The Day One of a warning strike by non-teaching staff members of public universities across the country yesterday grounded critical services at the University of Jos (UNIJOS) in the Plateau State capital.
The Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG) in charge of Zone 2 Police Command, Kayode Aderanti has said that the abducted students and staff of the Nigerian Tulip International College (NTIC), Ogun State would soon be reunited with their families.
Hundreds of Nigerians mobilised by the civil society group, United Action for Democracy (UAD) stormed major roads and streets in Lagos yesterday to protest what they described as the rising economic hardship in the country.