Police clash with IPOB members in Ekwulobia in Anambra state, one IPOB member feared dead but group is undeterred
NBS posits that most bribes were paid to speed up or finalise an administrative procedure, some are paid to avoid a fine through frequent encounters with police, while others are paid to avoid the cancellation of public utility services.
Federal government improves security measures around EFCC Chairman, Ibrahim Magu and family as well as other top operatives of the anti-graft agency following Wednesday's attack
The minister however expressed optimism that the impasse would be resolved when both sides head to the negotiating table Thursday
The spokesman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Wilson Uwajaren, on Wednesday said the death threat was addressed to the Head of foreign exchange malpractices fraud section
In his ruling, Justice Abdulaziz Anka dismissed the objections of counsel to the Nigeria Police Force, Emmanuel Eze, ordering that the N300m rights suit be heard.
Professor Yemi Osinbajo, the Acting President of Nigeria, has assigned portfolios to the two new ministers recently confirmed by the Senate.
The Anambra state police command has invited Aloysius 'Bishop' Ikegwuonu for an interaction at the police headquarters in Awka on Friday
Obasanjo had criticised the lawmakers saying their constituency project was corruption.
Bernard's lawyer says he will appeal the conviction
Three other people were killed in what the police said was a cult-related shooting.
Aloysius-Ikegwuonu, popularly known as Bishop visited the injured victims of the Ozubulu killing which happened on Sunday, 6th of August 2017 at the St Philips Catholic Church, Amakwa Ozubulu, Anambra state.
Professor Itayavyar, the Benue state Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology announced on Tuesday the closure of the schools following their failure to meet necessary requirements
Led by Charly Boy, the #ResumeOrResign protesters left their meeting point at the Unity Fountain in Abuja and took their campaign to Wuse market in the central area – where things took a sour turn.
A robbery suspect arrested by the operatives of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (FSARS), said he went into gun-running because borrowing guns for robbery operations was too expensive.
Federal government accuses lecturers of ignoring its efforts to resolve crisis as ASUU strike enters day 2
The police said the kidnappers pretended to be members of a local vigilante group protecting the community against the dreaded Badoo group in Ikorodu
3 Sergeants were given an orderly room trial and recommended for dismissal.
The police said the couple have been arrested.
Over 300 people have been reported dead after a heavy mudslide and rain hit the Sierra leone capital of Freetown. Buildings were left submerged in mud after a heavy rainfall throughout the night reportedly collapsed a hillside in the Regent area
There would be no teaching, no examination and no attendance of statutory meetings of any kind in any of the union’s branches across the country.
Eyewitnesses said that the suspect initially denied the allegation, stating rather that he lost his way, but later admitted to the crime which he blamed on hunger.
It is the second such attack on a restaurant popular with foreigners in the last two years, and no group has come out to claim responsibility as heavy exchange of gunfire continued into the early hours of Monday.
The soldiers have been arrested and detained at the Ibereko barracks, Badagry
The State said it would not tolerate any act of indiscipline by its officials
Davids and Kluivert made the surprise appearance alongside Mugabe, 93, at a youth rally for the ruling ZANU-PF
The incident happened seven days after 13 people were killed t a Catholic Church in the state
Rescue operations have so far yielded results
President Buhari tells visiting media aides that he feels ready to return back home. Find out why he isn't already on a flight back to the country.