Those who preach hate must be arrested – Sultan

Sa’ad Abubakar III, the sultan of Sokoto, has called on the federal government to ensure the arrest and prosecution of people who preach and promote hate speeches in the country. Abubakar gave this advice at the opening of a two-day ...

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FRSC gives final notice on speed limit enforcement

The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC), in Plateau said on Wednesday that the Feb. 1 dateline for the enforcement of the speed limit regime remain sacrosanct. The command in a statement signed by its Public Education Officer, Mr Andrew Bala, ...

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Imo government floats commercial Airline, to be operated by Dana

The Imo State Government is set to launch Imo Air to be operated by Dana Airline, in a partnership deal. Dana Airline Communications Manager, Mr Kingsley Ezenwa, made this known in a statement in Lagos on Tuesday. According to Ezenwa, ...

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“This country would have been in fire”, Suleiman boats after Fayose foils attempt to arrest him

An attempt to arrest Apostle Johnson Suleiman of The Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide by operatives of Nigeria’s secret police, Department of State Service, DSS was allegedly foiled by Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State early Wednesday morning. Apostle Suleiman has ...

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3 dead in in failed Borno suicide bombings

Attempts by Suicide Bombers to attack a mosque and a security post in Borno State were foiled by vigilant security men and volunteers. It was gathered that the incidents occurred at Usmanti and Kaleri area of Mafa Local Government Area ...

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FG set to evacuate more Nigerians from Libya

According to the Deputy Director,  Search and Rescue, National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Dr Bandele Onimode, the Federal Government is to evacuate another set of Nigerian from Libya in February. Onimode  made the disclosure on Tuesday in Abuja when he ...

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NYSC orientation camp back in Adamawa after 3-year

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has resumed orientation of corp members in Adamawa state, after a three-year suspension caused by the Boko Haram insurgency. The last orientation was held in Adamawa in March 2013. Speaking to Tuesday in Yola, ...

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Nigerians buy petrol for N145/litre because of “Unnecessary charges” by PPPRA

Members of the House of Representatives say “unnecessary charges” by Petroleum Products Price Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) are the reason Nigerians pay N145 per litre for premium motor spirit (PMS). At a public hearing on Monday, the ad hoc committee on ...

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Buhari pays N72b for Lagos-Ibadan railway

President Muhammadu Buhari led Federal Government has released N72 billion counterpart funding for the construction of Lagos-Ibadan modernisation railway project. The Minister of Transportation, Mr Rotimi Amaechi made this known at the quarterly Presidential Business Forum which was presided over ...

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30 retired AIGs, others sue Buhari, Police


Thirty senior police officers retired in 2016, have challenged their retirement at the National Industrial Court, Abuja insisting the force was ‘influenced’ to retire them. The officers sought the powers of the court to interpret certain parts of the constitution ...

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