Ramadan: No provocative preaching in Kano

The Kano State Police Command has warned Islamic scholars or persons delivering sermons, lectures or preaching against the use of provocative and inciting language during the Ramadan period and beyond. The post Ramadan: No provocative preaching in Kano appeared first on News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

Davido releases FALL on Apple iTune, YouTube

Davido has made good his promise to release both the album and the video of his new single, FALL. The post Davido releases FALL on Apple iTune, YouTube appeared first on News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

British nurse returns to Sierra Leone after surviving Ebola

British nurse Pauline Cafferkey returns to Sierra Leone after surviving the virus, to see the Ebola patient who infected her in 2014. The post British nurse returns to Sierra Leone after surviving Ebola appeared first on News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

Air Force bombs Boko Haram insurgents hiding under trees

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) on says its helicopter gunship, Mi-35M Super Hind, bombs Boko Haram insurgents hiding under trees in Borno state The post Air Force bombs Boko Haram insurgents hiding under trees appeared first on News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

Coroner’s verdict: Adeleke died of drug overdose

The Coroner appointed by the Osun Government to investigate the cause of death of Sen. Isiaka Adeleke declares that his death was caused by drug overdose. The post Coroner’s verdict: Adeleke died of drug overdose appeared first on News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

My relationship with Buhari cordial – Saraki

Senate President Bukola Saraki, says his relationship with President Muhammadu Buhari remains cordial, despite false claims in some social media. The post My relationship with Buhari cordial – Saraki appeared first on News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

Just In: Suicide Car bombing kills many in Kabul

Afghan officials said at least 50 people have been killed or wounded in a suicide car bombing in the Afghanistan capital of Kabul. The post Just In: Suicide Car bombing kills many in Kabul appeared first on News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

US ready for North Korea missiles

The U.S. military concludes its first-ever missile defense test involving a simulated attack by an intercontinental ballistic missile The post US ready for North Korea missiles appeared first on News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

UK’s Muslim police boss quits over Manchester bombing

The Chief Executive of the UK’s police and crime commissioners, Nazir Afzal, resigns through his Twitter account over Manchester bombing. The post UK’s Muslim police boss quits over Manchester bombing appeared first on News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

Real origin of Egyptians traced to Europe

New DNA analysis of Ancient Egyptians shows they are more European than African, following ancient DNA analyses from Egyptian mummies by team of scientists. The post Real origin of Egyptians traced to Europe appeared first on News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

Aisha Buhari goes to London to join PMB

Aisha, wife of President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday left Abuja for London, to spend time with her husband, now on medical leave. The post Aisha Buhari goes to London to join PMB appeared first on News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

Vampire bats attack, feast on humans in Brazil

Vampire bats spark panic in North East Brazil, as they feast on humans, leaving one man dead and more than 40 people being treated for rabies. The post Vampire bats attack, feast on humans in Brazil appeared first on News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

Trump attacks Germany in furious tweets

US President Donald Trump responds to criticism from Chancellor Angela Merkel with a new attack on German trade tactics and defence spending. The post Trump attacks Germany in furious tweets appeared first on News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

Cholera kills 75 in Sudan

Cases of cholera or in officialese, watery diarrhea in Sudan have increased in White Nile State with 75 deaths, and 4,188 infections, the state’s governor says The post Cholera kills 75 in Sudan appeared first on News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

Nigerian youths behave like tenants in Nigeria – Donald Duke

Former governor of Cross River, Donald Duke has called on Nigerians, especially young people, to play a pivotal role in leadership and governance. The post Nigerian youths behave like tenants in Nigeria – Donald Duke appeared first on News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

UK Election: Poll numbers not good for Theresa May

British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative Party risks falling short of winning an overall majority of seats in parliament in a national election on June 8, according to YouGov poll The post UK Election: Poll numbers not good for Theresa May appeared first on News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).