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INEC Assures of Credible Conduct of Election

12 months ago /
Nation 

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC says it has put necessary machinery in place for the conduct of credible elections in Nigeria.     

Institute For Security Studies Participants Seek Modification Of Nigeria’s Security Architecture

12 months ago /
Security 

Participants at the executive management course of the Institute for Security studies say there is an urgent need to modify Nigeria’s security strategy to contain emerging threats.

Protests At Energy Commission Of Nigeria As Re-Appointed Director-General Resumes

12 months ago /
Nation 

The Director general of the Energy Commission of Nigeria, Prof Eli Jidere Bala has resumed at his duty post.

Cross River Communities Cry Out Over Pollution

12 months ago /
Environment 

Forest Communities in three local government areas of Cross River State have called on governmnent and relevant non-governmnental Organizations to come to their aid over environmental polllution, contamination and degredation of their waters by the operating companies in the areas.

SDP Calls For Level Playing Field For 2019 Polls

12 months ago /
Politics 

One of Nigeria’s opposition parties, the social democratic party is wants the federal government to create an environment conducive for a hitch-free preparation and conduct of the twenty nineteen general elections.

Melania Trump Jacket 'I really don't care” Stuns On Migrant Visit

12 months ago /
International News 

Melania Trump surprised the world by visiting child migrants on the US-Mexico border Thursday -- but it was her choice of clothing for the trip that stunned the internet: a jacket emblazoned with the words "I really don't care, do you?"

Oshiomhole Unopposed for APC Chair as Ebri Pulls Out

12 months ago /
Politics 

The coast is virtually clear for former governor Adams Oshiomhole’s bid for the chairmanship of the All Progressives Congress.

World Cup 2018: France Eliminate Peru Out Of World Cup

12 months ago /
Sports  

France has beat Peru 1-0 with a goal from Kylian Mbappe to book its place in the last 16 of the World Cup and crush the South Americans' hopes of progressing in their first appearance at the tournament for 36 years.

Shiite Members Arrested Over Killing Of Policeman In Kaduna

12 months ago /
Nation 

The Police Command in Kaduna on Friday said it has arrested nine suspected members of Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) known as the Shiite, over violent attack on police officers in the state.

World Cup 2018: Argentina On Brink Of World Cup Exit After Croatia Win

12 months ago /
Sports  

Argentina faces world cup first-round exit in Russia after suffering a 3-0 loss to the Croatians in Nizhny Novgorod, which left them with one point from two games.

Federal Government Outlaws Training Of Private Personnel By Private Consultants

12 months ago /
Security 

The Federal Government of Nigeria has outlawed the training of personnel of private security companies by private consultants

Nigeria, India To Collaborate In Solar Power Production

12 months ago /
Science and Tech 

Nigeria and India are to deepen collaboration in the production of solar power and other renewable energies with a view to fast tracking industrial development in the world’s most populous black Nation

Airforce Cautions Personnel Against Partisan Politics

12 months ago /
Security 

The Nigerian Airforce has cautioned its officers against involvement in partisan politics as the election season draws near.

Sex-For-Marks Lecturer Akindele Dismissed By OAU

12 months ago /
Education 

The Governing Council of the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) has dismissed Professor Richard Akindele from the services of the University.

Nigeria Spearheads Plan To Recharge Lake Chad

12 months ago /
Nation 

The Nigerian Government is spearheading a collective plan to recharge lake chad with water from the Congo Basin River Ubanji.

US School District Dragged To Court Over Death By Suicide

12 months ago /
International News 

The parents of a 12-year-old girl who took her own life are suing the school district in the US State Of New Jersey, saying it failed to prevent bullying.

South Sudan Rivals Meet In Ethiopia

12 months ago /
International News 

President Salva Kiir and his bitter rival Riek Machar met face to face for the first time in nearly two years during a dinner hosted by Ethiopia’s new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed

Nigeria To Begin Voluntary Repatriation Of 91,000 Refugees From Cameroon

12 months ago /
Nation 

The Nigerian government will begin a voluntary repatriation of over 91,000 Nigerians from Cameroon next month.

Coalition Of CSOs Protest Strike By NEMA Staff

12 months ago /
Nation 

The humanitarian crisis being experienced in the north east of Nigeria is capable of escalating if the ongoing strike by workers of the national emergency management agency if not properly handled.

Defense Minister Commends Adamawa, Rivers Legion

12 months ago /
Security 

Minister of defense Mansur Dan Ali has comended the Rivers and Adamawa state chapters of the Nigeria Legion for initiating and executing scholarship schemes for the children of veterans.