March 19, 2019




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Woman slumps, dies after police arrest son

A 42-year-old woman, Asiata Adeyanju, reportedly died of shock after operatives of the federal special anti-robbery squad (FSARS) arrested her son. The


ISIS, Boko Haram Are Recruiting Child Refugees- Quilliam Report

  Jihadi groups, including Isis and Boko Haram are accused of recruiting child refugees in a desperate attempt to attract new recruits to their ranks.


NNPC financial statements up to date – spokesman

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) said on Sunday that it had updated its outstanding audit of the group financial statements from 2011 to


Nigeria’s Foreign Reserves Hit 19-Month High

Nigeria’s foreign exchange reserves rose to $30.8bn in April, the highest level since September 2015. The increase could be attributed to a recent rise in


Sanusi Warns Of Imminent Herdsmen, Farmers’ Clash in Kano

The Emir of Kano, Mallam Muhammadu Sanusi II, on Wednesday, warned of a possible clash between herdsmen and farmers in Kano if the sale of grazing reserves


Lai Mohammed calls for institutionalised stakeholders’ meeting for Digital Switch Over success

Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has called for the institutionalisation of regular meetings of stakeholders in the Digital Switch


Breaking: Nigerian Senate passes bill to jail corrupt Customs officials for 5 years

The Nigerian Customs Service Management Act (Repeal and Re-enactment) Bill, 2017 was passed today, Wednesday, May 31 by the Nigerian Senate. The bill was

Suicide bomber kills three CJTF members in Borno

The Police in Borno on Tuesday confirmed that three members of the Civilian Joint Task Force were killed and 17 other persons injured in a Monday night


NUPENG blasts Kachikwu, says allegations against ‘deeply political’ 

The Petroleum Tanker Drivers’ branch  of the National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas, (NUPENG) has described the ongoing supremacy battle between the


FIRS to block bank accounts of 6772 corporate tax defaulters

Babatunde Fowler, executive chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), said that 6,772 corporate bank accounts will be frozen for defaulting on