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Shekau no longer “fatally wounded”, resurfaces.
Fire resumes in Niger Delta as ceasefire shatters.
2nd Chibok girl found.
Wickedness – IDP camp Officials operate sex-for-food programme.
Dad rapes daughter,
And other headlines

  • Shekau resurfaces in new video, says “I’m alive, safe and healthy”

  • Man commits suicide in Benin

  • $15m accounts: SERAP begs Court to order FG to prosecute Patience Jonathan

  • Pastor goes numb while destroying traditional shrine

  • Nigeria: Could Push Against Polio See Disease Eradicated by 2020  

  • Nigeria keen on cooperation with Chinese investors  

  • Nigeria: NCC Vows to Protect Telecom Consumers’ Right  

  • Abubakar Shekau Appears in new Video

  • Demolishing History in Lagos

  • Are we truly hungry?

  • Group threatens to Bomb University of Ibadan before October 1st

  • Sign Safety, Industrial Hazard Bill into law, Nigerian engineers tell Buhari    

  • Shekau resurfaces in new video; says I’m in a happy state, good health

  • Kidnapper leads Police to Spot Where he Buried Prominent Chief

  • Boko Haram’s embattled leader Shekau resurfaces in video  

  • Boko Haram’s Shekau ‘alive and well’   

  • Second ‘Chibok girl’ rescued, says Nigerian army  

  • Chibok girl found, first since abduction by Boko Haram  

  • Buhari Returns To Abuja

  • I Had A Very Successful United Nations’ Outing – President Buhari  

  • Boko Haram leader resurfaces in video after being ‘fatally wounded’

  • In Nigeria, Messianic Jews Join Contest for Souls of ‘Lost Tribe’  

  • President Buhari Arrives Abuja From New York NTA  

  • Wife Catches Husband Raping 15 year Old Daughter

  • Why oil workers, NUPENG, can’t go on strike now – Official

  • Embattled Boko Haram leader Shekau resurfaces in video  

  • Order probe of Patience Jonathan, Group asks Court

  • Boko Haram leaves Nigeria a lifetime of mental trauma

  • How suspected madman killed one, injured three in Jigawa  

  • Man’s Hand Cut Off While trying to Steal TV  

  • Vice-President Hamid Ansari on 5-day African nation tour from tomorrow  

  • Why United States Must Support Okonjo-Iweala For World Bank Presidency  

  • Edo election: PDP replies APC on alleged rigging plot  

  • Speaker’s accusers should first resign — Jagaba

  • NNPC loses N27bn after militants’ attack on Forcados oil pipeline  

  • Sanusi expresses readiness to face probe of tenure as CBN Governor  

  • #UNGA 71 – Buhari rates Self, Says He has Done Well  

  • British detectives in Nigeria to interrogate Dieziani Madueke’s associates over

  • Niger: Council boss vows to deduct salaries of absentee staff  

  • $15m scandal: EFCC set to pick Patience Jonathan  

  • One Soldier Dead as Bakassi Strike Force Attacks Troops  

  • Edo election: Oshiomhole declares September 27, 28 public holidays  

  • Soludo reacts to Falana’s allegation of $7b diversion as CBN Governor

  • Godfather to Edo PDP candidate can’t walk freely in Benin – Oshiomhole

  • Dariye Defected to APC to Escape Prosecution – PDP Chieftain

  • Remove Trade Barriers In Africa

  • No Local Government Under Occupation Of Boko Haram – Buratai

  • #EdoDecides – APC Planning to rig with INEC, Security Agencise

  • Recession: Tambuwal, Dogara, Udoma, others brainstorm on Budgetary reforms   

  • I’m Committed To Making PDP Return To Power – Makarfi

  • Budget Padding: The Drama, Antics As Majority Stands With Dogara

  • Recession: Senate’s Hazy Search For Solution

  • Do Not Sell National Assets, Negotiate With IPOB, MASSOB – Ohaneze to Buhari

  • The Untold Story Of Shema’s EFCC Saga  

  • I Will Beat Ize-Iyamu Hands Down – Obaseki

  • Edo People Will Reject APC – Ize-Iyamu  

  • Worse Economic Recession Looms Unless  – Gyoh  

  • We Must Come Together To Move Ondo Forward – Abraham

  • Federal University Abeokuta re-opens after unrest; orders students to pay for damages

  • Believe Me, This Buhari Cabinet Isn’t Flying – By Dele Momodu  

  • $17 Billion In Stolen Oil To Be Investigated, OPEC Member Nigeria Says  

  • How Patience Jonathan Acquired $20m found in her Account – Aide

  • Police Arrests 17 robbers, cultists

  • The Unending Search For Peace In Bauchi  

  • $17 Billion Oil Theft Investigation Underway In OPEC Member Nigeria  

  • Nigeria Oil Production At Risk Again – Oil Markets  

  • Forex crisis and unfinished naira-yuan swap deal   

  • Why Nigeria Is In Recession – Makarfi

  • Female IDPs Offer Camp Officials Sex For Food – Report

  • Legislature Will Work With Executive To Revive Economy – Saraki  

  • I Had A Very Successful UN Outing – PMB  

  • VOX POP: Who do you prefer on Abuja roads? Hawkers or beggars?  

  • Udoma: Stimulus Plan Not Meant to Sell Off All Critical National Assets  

  • Anxiety as Militants Claim Attack on Strategic Bonny Export Terminal  

  • Indigenous Shipping Lines Collapse, Sell Off Assets To Pay Debt

  • Nigeria: blackouts, violence and now recession  

  • Plagiarism: An inherent albatross in political speech writing

  • Two Years after it was Deserted, Bama Ready for Return of Residents

  • Sale of national assets no solution to economic recession – Bassey James  

  • I want to be a consultant on vegetable farming – Aimuda, farmer, technician

  • The National Driver’s Licence, My Story (1)  

  • Akwa Ibom: A blueprint for industrialisation, empowerment

  • Banking Credit to Private Sector Grew by 13.5% in Q2

  • Kachikwu’s Seven Steps to Halting Nigeria’s Falling Competitiveness  

  • From Economic Retreat, an Ambitious Stimulus Plan

  • Diezani: UK detectives in Nigeria to grill oil dealers  

  • Father rapes 15-year-old daughter, drugs her to prevent pregnancy  

  • Unidentified man commits suicide in Benin

  • No plans to sell off all national assets, says Udo-Udoma  

  • Lagos oil: Community tasks Ambode on Environmental Impact Assessment

  • Angry villagers demolish morgue, molest owner in Imo  

  • Okorocha instigated my son’s arrest over song on Nnamdi Kanu – Dansatch

  • Battle for Leadership in Apple Segment of Soft Drink Market

  • Divergent Views Trail Calls for Sale of National Assets

  • Baf: Restoring The Glory Of Public Primary Education

  • Nasarawa records 228,886 malaria cases  

  • Nasarawa govt to shut down 700 private schools

  • Residents will return to Bama in two weeks – Borno govt  

  • Seibel: Nigeria is a Fertile Land for Investments in Tech Startups

  • Dairo: Cliqliteworld is Designed as a One-Stop-Shop for Education, Fun  

  • Nema Faults Shettima On Prostitution In IDP Camps  

  • We won’t attend proposed summit, Niger Delta leaders tell Buhari

  • Bayelsa: Gunmen kill policeman in politician’s house  

  • Gym economy: Sustaining healthy living, providing lucrative jobs

  • North divided over Nigeria

  • Rivers Assembly workers threaten strike over unpaid allowances

  • Two militants, one soldier killed in Bakassi attack

  • Four die in boat mishap during Tompolo father’s burial

  • Avengers strike again, bomb Bonny export line in Rivers  

  • With Sustained Ceasefire, Kachikwu Forecasts 2 million barrels per day Oil Output by December

  • Recession: CAN Urges FG to Buckle Up, Desist from Complaining

  • Nigeria’s victorious Paralympians  

  • I did my best as governor of Edo State – Lucky Igbinedion  

  • Man hangs self in Edo

  • Rotary’s $35m New Fund to Boost Nigeria, Others’ Polio Eradication Efforts  

  • Stakeholders Decry Attempt to Gag Free Speech, Press Freedom in Nigeria  

  • Recession: National Assembly to summon Buhari, others over state of economy  

  • $20m Accounts: Efcc To Invite Patience Jonathan  

  • Buhari’s apology to Jonathan

  • More Hard Words For Unilag Senate  

  • The law might be an ass but it has a conscience

  • Group Urges UN/AU to Reject Call for Africa Countries Withdrawal from ICC

  • Things Are Quickly Falling Apart in Nigeria, Says Senator Lanlehin  

  • Fear Grips Kano Residents over Discovery of 2 Polio Cases

  • Doyin Salami Tasks FG on Clarity of Policies, Aspirations

  • Herdsmen Menace: Varsity Don Seeks Tightening of Nation’s Borders

  • Pastor stuck in shrine trying to destroy idols

  • Prince, two others killed in Lagos cult supremacy battle

  • Nuhari, Atiku, ECOWAS Chief to storm Enugu for African Veterinary Confab   

  • PDP is ‘Very Ready’ for Rescheduled Election, Says Senator Ordia

  • With Dariye’s Defection, APC Challenges PDP to 2019 Elections  

  • FG Advised to withdraw all Partnerships with Tobacco Operators to Increase lifespan of Nigerians

  • 45 Aguata Monarchs Endorse Obiano for Second Term

  • Recession: Obiano’s Decision to Suspend Taxes Faulted

  • Engage Niger Delta Youths in Skillful Scheme to Stop Restiveness, FG Urged  

  • Why Enugu is Demolishing 1,000 Illegal Structures, Says Commissioner

  • FG Orders Restoration of Ilojo Bar National Monument Lagos  

  • NECO: NANS, Labour Leaders Commend Fayose, Teachers

  • There will be no Nigeria without restructuring –Senator Lanlehin  

  • Economic Recession: Sign that Our Leaders Have Failed Us, Says Prophet

  • Niger Delta Group Supports Ojika for Imo NDDC Representative  

  • IPOB happy with sit-at-home compliance  

  • Bakassi militants kill 5 soldiers  

  • Niger Delta bombings: Ceasefire collapses

  • My UN outing successful – Buhari  

  • Tompolo’s father’s burial: 4 feared dead in boat mishap  

  • BUHARI FAVOURED SOUTH-EAST MORE THAN NORTH – Buba Galadima  

  • Ugwuoba-Anambra FG Road Rehabilitation: PDP, ALGON Hail Ugwuanyi’s Intervention  

  • Enugu Community Threatens Showdown with Govt over Takeover of Land   

  • Don’t Dump Apc For Pdp, Abayomi Tells Oke, Others   

  • Local content on IT: NCS, CCMON warn on dangers of non-implementation

  • Delta State Innovation Hub: Okowa gets e-government certification  

  • Why rusticated student, Adeyeye, was arrested – Unilag   

  • Falana Asks Efcc To Probe Fg Over $4bn Recovered Abacha Loot  

  • Proceeds from sale of national assets to fund 2016 budget — FG

  • Olu of Warri’s nephew shot dead in US

  • Boko Haram on verge of final defeat — Buratai  

  • Sand Eagles to Face CIV, Egypt, Ghana in CAF Beach Soccer  

  • Cocaine suspect hides drug in collar

  • Jegede: In this Election, We are Confident Our Record Will Speak for Us

  • World Bank, food technologists promote preservation tech for agribusiness

  • Otedola, Dangote, Elumelu, others mentor SMEs on secrets of their success  

  • Black Lives Matter

  • Bpe Not Involved In Oil Assets Sale — Investigation  

  • Aregbesola’s education policy in perspective  

  • The Nigeria Police’s Misguided Phobia About Public Protests  

  • PDP Reconciliation: How the Warring Factions Caved In

  • APC Governorship Primary: As Party Submits Akeredolu’s Name to INEC  

  • Victor Oye: APGA Has No Plan to Merge With APC for 2019 Election  

  • Abdicate the throne and go into politics, Senator Owie tells Sanusi

  • CBN, finance ministry tango: More dollar inflows recorded as financial markets close positive  

  • Oshiomhole: Edo People Will Punish PDP with their Votes on September 28  

  • Soludo hits back, says Falana’s allegation he diverted $7 billion ‘blatant lies’

  • CORONATION OF OBA OF BENIN: Three Senior Advocates of Nigeria tackle Ogiamien  

  • EFCC links Patience Jonathan with 9 houses, 2 hotels, one plaza

  • Passenger from Brazil arrested with cocaine in jacket at Lagos Airport

  • Edo 2016: Oshiomhole, Igbinedion In War Of Words  

  • Buhari, Change and Condemnable Murmurings  

  • As ceasefire collapses, Avengers resume bombings

  • Wike Appoints Special Assistant On Traffic Lights

  • Avengers blow up Bonny pipeline as ceasefire collapses  

  • Ogun pastor struck dumb after demolishing shrine  

  • Militants kill six soldiers in Bakassi   

  • Heineken boosts brand, sponsors Champions League  

  • ‘Nigerians want food on the table’

  • Will agriculture roadmap put food on the table?  

  • Building materials manufacturer decries policy on gas consumption  

  • ‘Oil discovery in Lagos won’t be a resource curse’

  • Where Has the Money Gone?

  • Made in Nigeria Policy: Cleaning the Augean Stable

  • Budget padding: How the hunter became the hunted

  • Ondo 2016: How far can PDP’s truce go?  

  • ‘Why I am in Lagos Mainland race’

  • Edo 2016: It’ll be the final burial of PDP – Oshiomhole  

  • Kashamu, Adebutu’s grassroots battle in Ogun  

  • ‘Anambra-North should complete mandate’  

  • How the National Assembly can help NIMASA – Peterside

  • Ripples over senate recession debate  

  • N90bn bailout: FG to evaluate states’ fiscal plan

  • Finance analysts divided over sale of national assets

  • Strong economy’ll attract investment from Nigerians abroad — Onalo   

  • Poor savings led to recession, says bank manager  

  • Nnpc Loses N27bn To Forcados Shutdown  

  • Recession: Personnel managers urged to be innovative  

  • Dwindling resources affecting fight against anti-labour practices — Ngige  

  • Budget Padding: All Eyes on the House  

  • Toyin Saraki gets ‘Speak Up Africa Award’

  • 2018 World Cup qualifier: Nigeria – Algeria cracker for Port Harcourt  

  • Gunmen attack troops in south Nigeria: army

  • Nigeria begins fumigation of northeast Bama town   

  • University of Ibadan bomb scare “mere rumour” – Police  

  • Let’s join hands to re-build state – Ize-Iyamu  

  • Recession: Nigeria insists on asset sales despite backlash  

  • Niger Delta Avengers claim first attack in energy hub since ceasefire   

  • Nigerian Economic Summit Group 22nd Summit to Focus on ‘Made in Nigeria’

  • Army, militant group record casualties during gun battle in Bakassi  

  • UK Anti-Corruption Police In Nigeria To Interrogate Oil Dealers Over Diezani Loot  

  • Rusticated Students Were Punished For Breach of Regulations, Not Protest, University of Lagos

  • I’m ready to face probe – Emir Sanusi  

  • Ondo APC primary and the conspiracy against Akeredolu   

  • CAN says it lacks power to get Nigeria out of recession, tasks FG to buckle up

  • Buhari restates need to recharge shrinking Lake Chad waters  

  • “No Referendum For Biafra” – President Buhari   

  • Defeat is staring APC in the face – Senator Urhoghide, DG, Ize-Iyamu Campaign  

  • Britain gives £80m to stop 70,000 Nigerian children starving to death as country is ravaged

  • Zenith Bank Staff Breaks Wife’s Legs, Abandons Daughters  

  • PDP’s final burial will take place on Sept 28 – Oshiomhole  

  • NDA ends Nigeria truce by pipeline blast

  • Re: Kachikwu on the run

  • Poll: Edo declares two-day public holiday  

  • Nigeria: Siasia Gives NFF Ultimatum Over Unpaid Salary  

  • El-Rufai, Emefiele Lays Foundation for Biggest Potato Farm in Sub-Sahara Africa  

  • Air Force Boosts Personnel Combat Readiness to Battle Insurgency, Militancy  

  • Ebola film ’93 Days’ scores big in first cinema outing  

  • Fear Grips Parents in Kano over Discovery of 2 Polio Cases

  • Exercise Crocodile Smile: 6 Soldiers Feared Killed in Cross River

  • Falana seeks probe of Sanusi, Soludo, others over ‘diversion’ of state funds  

  • Economic recession: Buckle up, CAN tells FG

  • FG says sale of national assets needed to fund 2016 Budget  

  • Police arrest 4 for allegedly diverting rice meant for IDPs  

  • Militants attack Nigerian troops in Bakassi, kill 1 — Army  

  • Niger Delta militants attack oil pipeline in southern Nigeria

  • No LG, territory under Boko Haram control – Buratai  

  • UK lauds Nigerian military’s successes over Boko Haram  

  • Niger Delta Avengers blow up Bonny crude export pipeline in Rivers

  • Boko Haram not in control of any Nigerian territory, Army insists  

  • Bakassi Militants Kill 2 Soldiers In Cross River

  • Lagos Concludes Inauguration of 114 LG Roads

  • Seek Medical Examination Before Taking Drugs, Pharmaceutical Society Advises Nigerians  

  • Nigeria: Bauchi to Construct, Rehabilitate, 175.312 Kilometres Roads

  • Terrorist group threatens to bomb Univeristy of Ibadan  

  • We’re proud of our Army- Odusile

  • A stand with Dogara is a stand with fraud – Jibrin tells colleagues

  • 1,000 Persons Deployed To Clean and Fumigate Bama  

  • Breaking: Militants Attack Troops In Bakassi

  • Hajj: 1,000 Sokoto pilgrims return home

  • Probe Sanusi, Soludo for alleged diversion of funds while in CBN – Falana begs EFCC

  • Police detain corpse for hours over mourners’ misconduct

  • FRSC: No Going Back on Speed Limit Devices

  • Boko Haram militants shoot Christians returning home from church in Nigeria, killing 8; 2 other attacks claim 10 lives

  • Wike appoints aide on street, traffic lights  

  • Army denies attack on journalists in Benin  

  • Man Arrested For Raping 15 Year Old Daughter

  • Sale of national assets needed to fund 2016 budget – FG  

  • Niger Delta Avengers Blow Up Crude Export line in Rivers State

  • Nigerians should tackle recession with prayers – Ex–Sokoto Deputy Governor, Gusau  

  • Over two million captives rescued from Boko Haram – Buratai    

  • Man nabbed for raping daughter in JSS-3  

  • First batch of 499 pilgrims from Kano State return home  

  • Defection: Dariye is looking for soft landing, escape from EFCC – PDP Chieftain  

  • Jonathan could have given Patience $20m EFCC seized – Lawyer  

  • Man arrested in Lagos for raping own daughter  

  • Nigeria: NPA, UK Govt Partner On Trade Facilitation, Investment   

  • Customs Moves to Enhance Trade Facilitation

  • My husband beats me for drinking his two cans of milk – Wife tells court  

  • Govt, States, LGs Shared N2.53 Trillion in Seven Months   

  • Jude Ndukwe: Note to Sultan, APC – Fulani Herdsmen are not foreign terrorists  

  • PDP Asks Inec to Declare Joshua Dariye’s Seat Vacant

  • Japan Donates Agriculture Implements to Borno Farmers  

  • Govt Inaugurates Governing Boards of NPA, Nimasa  

  • Recession: Agbakoba advises Buhari on what to do before selling off national assets  

  • Okada rider denies raping 8-year-old, says “my manhood was too big for her”  

  • Nigeria: House to Investigate US $17 Billion Stolen From Undeclared Crude, Natural Gas Exports

  • Adesoun’s statement false, misleading, malicious – PDP  

  • Boko Haram Kills Two Soldiers

  • Niger Delta Avengers claim first attack in energy hub since ceasefire

  • Why Buhari should not sell national asset– Senator  

  • How robbers pose as taxi drivers to attack Abuja residents  

  • BIAFRA ; The First Protest that Truly Worked

  • October 1 deadline for enforcement of speed limiting device is sacrosanct — FRSC  

  • Sit-at-Home Directive ; IPOB More Tactical, Evades Military Joint Task Force  

  • As debaters, Trump and Clinton both have strengths and weaknesses  

  • Chocolate City battles Brymo, says N20 million invested on artiste yielded below N3 million  

  • Clark, others rebuff Niger Delta summit, warn Buhari not to listen to Amaechi  

  • 15 Boko Haram Terrorists Killed in Nigeria  

  • Dear Sultan, Fulani herdsmen are not foreign terrorists

  • Court grants bail to 7 members of Shiite group  

  • Blackouts, violence, now recession: Nigeria’s troubles mount

  • Nigeria: LASIMRA to Rid Lagos of Fiber Cables Laid in Gutters

  • FG fixes October 3-21 for PHCN’s Ex-Staff, pensioners verification  

  • Nigeria: Govt to Prosecute Developer Who Demolished Lagos Heritage Building  

  • Islamic Movement in Nigeria strongly condemns illegal attack on Free Zakzaky protest In Abuja

  • Pro-Patience Jonathan protest was a rented crowd – MURIC  

  • Kaduna State Govt performs ground breaking of $120m potato farm

  • Nigeria Army brutally attack peaceful free Sheikh Zakzaky protest in Abuja

  • NNPC posts N24bn deficit in one month  

  • Terrorists threaten to bomb University of Ibadan for bringing western education

  • How ex-Edo Governor, Igbinedion, Ize-Iyamu diverted N4bn loan to private account – Oshiomhole  

  • Two Armed Robbers Killed in Abuja  

  • SARS not Authorized to Kill – Inspector-General of Police

  • I Prayed for Several Years to become President – Buhari  

  • Playing the part of a rape victim made me hate acting – Foluke Daramola’s daughter

  • EFCC Arrests Own Operative for Taking N15m Bribe  

  • Six Die After Eating Abacha in Lagos

  • Merck Re-Launches Diabetes Drugs in Nigeria  

  • Nigeria Hunts Down 700,000 Firms in Tax Crackdown to Offset Oil Slump  

  • $31m laundering: Youths protest in support of Patience Jonathan

  • ZAMBIA vs NIGERIA – Super Eagles Strike force Excites Fans  

  • Ahmed Musa’s Move to Leicester earns Kano Pillars £800,000

  • Agbakoba to Buhari: Don’t rush to sell-off national assets

  • Looters Behind Niger Delta Militants, Says Buhari  

  • Udoma: Lack of Policy Implementation Forced Nigeria into Recession  

  • Fashola: How We Achieved More Power for National Grid Despite Sabotage  

  • Rural-Urban Drift: Ghost Villages Versus Over Crowded Cities  

  • Nigeria: Report Reveals Increase in Psychoactive Drug Use

  • Almajiris: The Travails, Pains And Gains Of Nigerian Street Beggars  

  • Recession: Sparing A Thought For The Less Privileged   

  • Sunny Ade is A World Citizen, Says Isiaka Adeleke

  • The Change Agenda: Misdirection and Compounding Anomalies in NIMASA Appointments  

  • Believe Me, This Buhari Cabinet Isn’T Flying  

  • Fruitful engagement of youths is solution to recession – Saraki  

  • Nigeria Loses N3trn in Six Months to Niger Delta Crisis, Says Aminu

  • Bilateral Business Relations With China Good For Nigerians – Kusamotu

  • PMB Must Look Beyond APC To Arrest Economic Recession – Bello

  • Ojude-Oba: A Celebration of Tradition  

  • Ogah vs Ikpeazu: When Judiciary Abandoned Own Decisions

  • Buhari’s Proposed Emergency Powers and How not to Kill a Nation  

  • Lawyers Want EFCC to Investigate Ex-NBA President

  • Dickson’s Wife Delivered of Quadruplets in American Hospital

  • Abdulmumin: Ethics Committee Begins Sittings, Falana Demands Suspension of Hearing

  • APC Primary: Oke, Boroffice, Abraham Reject Affirmation of Akeredolu  

  • Mixed Compliance Greets IPOB/MASSOB Sit-at-Home Order  

  • Mediafacts’ Report Reveals Fluctuations in Newspapers Advert Revenue  

  • Promasidor’s Maths TV Quiz Ignites States Competition

  • Maltina Teacher of the Year Finalists Emerge Thursday  

  • FG eyes China for funding to bridge infrastructure deficit  

  • The Power Tussles Within APC

  • My Regrets As NDDC Acting MD – Semenitari   

  • Nobel Carpet Wins Africa’s Best Interior Design Award  

  • Detained Nigerian blogger to spend at least 7 nights in jail  

  • Insurgency: ‘Obama’s Praise Tonic For PMB’

  • Nigerians want effective legislations as lawmakers resume from recess

  • Enough Of Modern Day Slavery  

  • Edo PDP Petitions Internationall Community, Alleges APC Attempt to Manipulate Governorship Election  

  • Niger government, NECO, WAEC Agree on N676m Debt Settlement

  • ‘Why ECOWAS Parliament Can’t Make Laws for the Community’  

  • NNPC Reaps $53m From Direct Oil Sales

  • PMB Appeals For Speedy Global Aid In North East, Lake Chad

  • Resident Doctors’ Strike Paralyses Activities In ABUTH

  • Tension As Ijaw Oil And Gas Producing Communities Protest Against Alleged Marginalisation  

  • Shiites Condemn Maltreatment by Security Forces, Demand Release of El-Zakzaky  

 

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