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Thursday, March 23, 2017

‘Mr. President, Where is Your Justice’ – Shiites Demand the Release of Zakzaky

The killing of over 300 Shiites and the arrest of El Zakzaky, which preceded further attacks on the group in Kaduna and Kano states, has sparked condemnation from local and international organizations even as the Nigerian government has yet to prosecute anyone for them.

Senate Asks Hameed Ali to Resign Over Refusal to Wear Customs Uniform

The AGF wrote the senate saying Ali could not appear before the senate i Uniform as the matter was in court.

Breaking: Plateau Commissioner Slumps and Dies While Jogging with Governor

The tragic incident has also been confirmed by the Director of Press Affairs in the State, Mr Emmanuel Nanle, who said they did their best to save his life.

Breaking: 4 Dead, Scores Injured as Multiple Blasts Rock Maiduguri

According to the Borno State Commissioner of Police, Damian Chukwu, the blasts occurred near the city's Muna Garage area at about 4:30am.

Mother Barred from Seeing Son Arrested by SARS Since 2015

She asked the police to charge her son to court.

AGF Intervenes in Row Between Senate and Customs Boss Hameed Ali over Uniforms

Attorney-General intervenes in senate row with Customs boss, Hameed Ali, gives reasons why Ali cannot appear before senate or wear uniforms while all parties have been sued to court

Police Arrest Pastor who Allegedly Tried to Blow up Church After He Was Sacked

He said he regretted his action afterwards and called the church officials to tell them about the bomb.

ABU to Speak on Melaye Today as Senate Probes Allegation of Certificate Forgery

The senate also promised t probe the allegation about an imported SUV by the Senate President

Customs Boss Hameed Ali Speaks from Presidential Villa, Says He Will Not Appear Before Senate

Comptroller-general of the Nigeria Customs Service, Col Hameed Ali (rtd) spotted at the Presidential Villa, gives reasons why he would not be wearing the agency's uniform or appearing before the senate anytime soon

Noise Pollution: Lagos Bans Live Bands at Restaurants, Imposes N500,000 Fine on Defaulters

Lagos State government in a bid to tackle noise pollution has announced a ban on live bands performing at restaurants and beer parlours with a fine of N500,000 for violators.

Third Mainland Bridge Suicide: Search for Doctor Oji Continues as Mom Hopes for a Miraculous...

Emergency officials continue search for Doctor Oji who reportedly jumped off the Third Mainland Bridge on Sunday as his mother keeps up hope of his return even if by a miracle.

Ile-Ife Clash: Afenifere Protests as Police Parades Traditional Ruler, 19 Other Suspects in Abuja

Pan-Yoruba group alleges undue sectional deployment of federal might as police parades traditional ruler, 19 others arrested in connection with Ile-Ife clash.

Rivers Rerun Election Bribery: It’s Unsafe to Try Suspects in Rivers – FG

The governor was accused of paying a N360 million bribe to election officials.

Man Caught with Fresh Human Head, Hands in Badagry; Kogi Ritual Murderer to Hang for...

In Kogi another ritualist has been sentenced to death for killing two brothers.

Court Orders Remand of Chinese in Prison for Importing Fake Tyres

The government said the tyres did not meet the required Nigerian industrial standard.

Nigeria Introduces New Immigration Regulations to Curb Influx of Terrorist Herdsmen

The ministry of Interior and the Nigeria Immigration Service on Monday launched the new immigration regulations to tackle foreign terrorist herdsmen

Nnamdi Kanu: Abuja Court Sets Date for Final Ruling

Backed by a vocal group of pro-Biafra agitators ahead of hearing today, Kanu, in the company of Igbo elders, made a colourful appearance in court after his 11-count charge was reduced to five.

44 Dead After Plane Crashes at Wau Airport, South Sudan

The exact cause of the crash is yet to be ascertained, but sources at the airport claim chaos erupted when a fire broke out on board

Perpetual Student: Dino Melaye Still at ABU Zaria for 7th Degree, Dares Magu to Arrest...

Senator Dino Melaye challenges Sahara Reporters, says he is studying for 7th degree as he dares EFCC to effect his arrest

‘A Slap on the Presidency’ – Reactions Continue to Trail Magu’s Rejection

Following the decision of the upper legislative chamber that completely rules Magu out of future consideration for the job, a Lagos-based legal practitioner, Robert Clarke, has faulted the screening process, describing it as a slap in the face of the President, Muhammadu Buhari.


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