The Police have said miscreants fired at a convoy of soldiers in Kogi State last Sunday and not Boko Haram members as widely reported. A statement by the Force Public Relations Officer, Emmanuel Ojukwu, on Tuesday in Abuja, said the miscreants had...
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Residents of Michika and Bazza towns of Adamawa State have raised the alarm that contrary to the claims of military authotities, the towns have yet to be recaptured by federal troops from the violent Islamic sect, Boko Haram, which overran the com...
Minister of Health has said there's no single confirmed case of Ebola in Nigeria currently and it's safe for primary and secondary schools to resume but the Nigeria Union of Teachers, NUT, is not convinced. Today September 16th, NUT directed its m...
President Goodluck Jonathan has appealed to the Nigerian Union of Teachers to shelve its plan to embark on strike in protest against government’s directive that schools should resume on September 22. The NUT had maintained that it would be unsafe ...
The Standards Organisation of Nigeria has commenced investigations into the causes of the building collapse at the Synagogue Church of all Nations. The head of inspectorate and compliance of the organisation, Engr. Bede Obaye, made this known when...
A 45-year-old-woman today Tuesday September 16th allegedly walked out alive from the rubbles of the collapsed building at the Synagogue Church of All Nations in Ikotun, Lagos.Ibrahim Farinloye, the PRO of the National Emergency Management Agency, ...
Borno State Agency for Mass Literacy Tuesday said it has successfully registered 1000 nomads in adult education and skill acquisition since the beginning of this year. The Director of the agency, Alhaji Abbah Alibe told journalists during an inter...
The Borno State Agency for Mass literacy, on Tuesday, said it has successfully registered 1000 nomads in adult education and skill acquisition in 2014. Alhaji Abbah Alibe, the Director of the agency stated this in an interview with newsmen in Maid...
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A court-martial in Abuja on Tuesday sentenced 12 soldiers to death by firing squad for mutiny. The court, which handed the judgment at 1.35 a.m., also handed a one-month jail sentence on a soldier and freed five others. The condemned soldiers are ...
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