Food crisis

Deepening food crisis pushes Nigeria’s northeast closer to famine – aid agency

Famine could soon strike tens of thousands of people in northeast Nigeria as food stocks run low, prices soar and aid supplies dwindle due...

Germany commits to united, prosperous Nigeria

The German Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr Bernhard Schlagheck, says his country will support a more united and prosperous Nigeria devoid of wrangling and urged...

Bad policy cripples water supply in Ebonyi

A former General Manager of Ebonyi Water Corporation, Mr Paul Okorie, says bad government policy on water management and administration are responsible for the...
Buhari

Buhari receives APC delegation in London

President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday in London received a delegation of All Progressives Congress (APC) which comprised national leadership of the party and its...
flooding

Buildings on drainage channels in Lekki, Osborne, others to go

In a bid to mitigate the incidence of flooding, the Lagos State Government on Sunday ordered owners of properties erected on drainage channels and impeding the...
Nigeria

FG to establish Presidential Council for SDGs 

From JAMES AWANO, Abuja Senior Special Assistant to the President on Sustainable Development Goals Princess Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire has said that the Federal Government will establish...
Hosa Okunbo

Oil swap scandal: Ex-Senate whip, Owie defends Hosa Okunbo

As details of the controversial Offshore Processing Agreements (OPAs) known as oil swap comes out, former Chief Whip of the Senate, Senator Roland Owie, weekend, defended...
Onosode

LBS gets Onosode family’s N400m donation for research centre

The Lagos Business School (LBS) has received N400 million from the Gamaliel and Susan Onosode Foundation  (GAMSU ) toward the enhancement of the institute’s...

Saudi Arabia: 198 Nigerian returnees arrive Kano

The aircraft conveying 198 Nigerians illegally residing in Saudi Arabia touched down at the Malam Aminu Kano International Airport at about 10 am Saturday into the waiting...

46, 000 IDPs return to Borno from Cameroun, Chad, Niger – NEMA

Following the relative peace in Borno following the liberation of some areas,  46, 000 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) displaced by Boko Haram insurgency have returned...
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