President Buhari Receives PDP Govs, Others in London (PHOTOS)

President Muhammadu Buhari has received seven state governors who left the country on Tuesday to visit him in London.The seven governors – led by...

Semah G, Blind Boy Featured in Flavour’s ‘Most High’ Video Thrills Liberian President

His melodious voice thrilled President Sirleaf of Liberia so much that at the end of the event, she promised him a brighter future and a fully funded surgery.

Outrage as Trump Bans Transgender People from the US Army

Like much else President Trump has been obsessed with since assuming office in January, his latest policy is a roll back of Obama administration-era rules.

Osinbajo Swears in New Ministers After Presidential Media Aides’ Information Dissonance

It is not yet clear whether the latest dissonance in the presidency is as a result of a communication gap or mere power tussle, but Nigerians are rapidly growing impatient with the embarrassing scenario.

Much Ado About Nothing! Relief as Man who Named Dog Buhari Walks

In a ruling Tuesday, magistrate, O.O. Adebo of the Chief Magistrate’s Court in Sango-Otta dismissed charges filed against Iroko on the grounds that the prosecution failed to substantiate its case against him.

Buhari ‘Sad’ Over Renewed Violence in Southern Kaduna

Visiting the community on Tuesday with the Minister of Interior, Lt. Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazzau (retd.), El-Rufai said the perpetrators of the attacks, who had already been identified by the security agents, would be made to face the full wrath of the law.

Alternate Nigerian Chart: Jon Ogah’s ‘Uncle Suru’ Picks the Top Spot

Jon Ogah is definitely on his way to becoming a super star as his single Uncle Suru tops this weeks Alternate Nigerian Chart. The success story track features Adekunle Gold and Simi.

At Last, Senate Passes Peace Corps Bill

This comes after the upper legislative chamber adopted the conference report on the bill to establish the Nigerian Peace Corps, after it was so advised by its committee on judiciary, human rights and legal matters.

Breaking: Rival Libyan Factions Announce Ceasefire; Elections Soon

Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj, the leader of the United Nations-backed government in the capital Tripoli, and Gen. Khalifa Haftar, the commander of the factional Libyan National Army in the east, reached an agreement in the French capital on Tuesday.

Buhari Speaks: Writes Guinean Leader, Conde, Thanks Him for Prayers for His Good Health

Buhari's letter was a follow-up to a call he made to Conde.

“I Almost Didn’t Graduagte from UNILAG” – Toke Makinwa Brings Book Tour to Emotional End

Toke Makinwa has taken to her Instagram page to announce that she is going to end her book tour at her alma mata, University of Lagos.

Nnamdi Kanu Dismisses Arewa Youths, Warns Igbo Living in the North are ‘Sacrificial Lambs’

The controversial IPOB leader blamed “poor education” for the misunderstanding, but warned that Igbo, who resided in the North, were doing so at their own peril.

IMF Predicts Nigeria’s Economy to Outpace S/Africa’s Economy in 2018

Both continental giants will however grow slower than the estimated global growth rates for the coming year which has been put at 3.6 percent by the Bretton Woods institution.

PDP Governors Among Fresh Delegation to Visit Buhari in London

The visit is believed to have been facilitated by the National Security Adviser

Nigeria Loses 150,000bpd as Suspected Militants Vandalise Trans-Niger Pipeline

The country has agreed to cut its oil production following a meeting of global oil producers in Russia on Monday.

Nigerians Drag Bayelsa State Lawmaker who Built ‘Floating’ Toilet for Her People

Hon. Kate Owoko, a member of Bayelsa State House of Assembly, built an 'ultra-modern' floating toilet for her constituency and invited press to commission it. Nigerians didn't take kindly to her project at all

Security Men Foil Prison Break in Bayelsa

Prison breaks are common in Nigeria

Five Injured as Chainsaw-Wielding Man Goes Berserk in Switzerland

Swiss police, who gave no further details of the mid-day attack, sealed off the centre of the old town close the German border in northern Switzerland.

Court Freezes Minimah’s Accounts Over Alleged N13.6 billion Fraud

The EFCC said told the court that the freeze was necessary to prevent Minimah from dissipating the funds in the account

APC Governors Meet Buhari, Presidency Releases Picture

The statement said the president is watching development back home closely and will return home as soon as his doctors allow him.

5 Boko Haram Suspects Arrested in Kano After Shootout With Police, Army Begins De-Radicalisation

Nigerian Army begins de-radicalisation of Boko Haram suspects as Nigerian Police arrest 5 suspected terrorists after a shootout in Kano

Renowned Yoruba Author, Actor Adebayo Faleti Passes On

Veteran Yoruba actor and poet, Chief Adebayo Faleti passes on

Saudi Arabia Repatriates 198 Nigerians Granted Amnesty for Living in the Country Illegally

At least 198 Nigerians repatriated from Saudi Arabia with assistance of the Federal Government after they were granted amnesty for residing illegally in the Kingdom

Many Feared Dead After Building Collapse in Meiran Area of Lagos, Survivors Trapped

Many residents are feared dead in a building collapse in the Meiran area of Lagos while survivors are believed to be trapped within the ruins

Tragic: Refuse Truck Kills LG Chairmanship Aspirant on Eve of Lagos Council Election

The driver of the truck reportedly fled the scene of the accident

Nnamdi Kanu Fights Bail Conditions; Wants to do Rallies, Press Interviews

Ejiofor argued that the bail conditions were excessive

Taxi Driver Who Killed Ex-Ambassador Nabbed by Police

Sikiru Lamidi, a taxi driver in Abuja who allegedly killed former Nigerian Ambassador to South Africa, Ngam Nwachukwu has been arrested by dectectives from the Apo Divisional Police Station, Abuja

Badoo Members Murder Two Lovers In Ogun State.

In the early hours of friday morning some members of the Badoo cult group suspected in the murder of two lovers in Ogun state.

Trouble as ‘Witchcraft’ Halts Papua New Guinea Election

Reports say the count in Papua New Guinea's troubled general election has been delayed in one province following accusations of sorcery.

Breaking: Former Attorney-General Olu Onagoruwa is Dead

Onagoruwa, a foremost human rights activist reportedly passed away in the early hours of Friday at the age of 80. He'd had a stroke since the alleged brutal killing of his son by the military.